Farmer Smith has 40 chickens and he collected all of their eggs this morning, planning to sell them tomorrow. He doesn't need the money, he just doesn't have a use for so many eggs, and figures he can gain some revenue. He hasn't taken stock yet, the eggs are just sitting in some baskets, waiting to be counted. Farmer Smith needs to cut some firewood, so he leaves to do this. While he is a way, James, a man who is not hungry and has plenty of money, but just happens to want some free eggs today, takes 12 of the uncounted eggs. Farmer Smith comes home, sorts his eggs in to dozens, and is very pleased with the fact that he has 60 dozen eggs. He sells all of them the next day and goes home with a big chunk of cash. Five miles away, James has enough eggs for the next week, and they were free. Is stealing in this case immoral? Is stealing from Wal-Mart immoral?