You can resolve the paradox by thinking about them as sets, rather than single instances.
GRAND THEFT AUTO ⊂ STEALING
SHOPLIFTING ⊂ STEALING
since not all cases of stealing are cases of grand theft auto or shoplifting. (It is possible to have a case of GRAND THEFT AUTO && SHOPLIFTING, at least if the dealership has a large enough window.)
Of course, I doubt the Globe and Mail is concerned at all with the proper rigor of set theory, or indeed any form of logic whatsoever.
These are troubling findings.
Techdirt has not posted any stories submitted by JTD.
Submit a story now.