If there is an ethical issue involved, it applies equally to working and retired people, I would think. I don't think the decision should be different for working people than for retired people.The free admission at the museum that I posted about is available to all county residents. Since I'm a resident of the county, I assume that applies to me.My guess is that the reason in this case for the free admission is that the museum is partially supported by tax-payers. Even though I am retired, I pay way more than my share of the taxes in this city, but I still don't think that should be relevant to the moral issue. If it is free to all residents, then there shouldn't be a moral issue.The other one of "pay whatever you want" is more difficult. I haven't been confronted with that and am not sure what would be the right thing to do. - tmeri
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