Hundred's of years ago there were sheep farmers in England. Each farmer had some land for grazing, but there was also common land from which everyone could take. So many farmers took advantage of this and only grazed their sheep in the "commons". After a short while the "commons" were ruined and no one could enjoy it. Today we know this as the "tragedy of the commons".
I see the same thing happening today with people buying things only from the web avoiding local sales tax and with big-box companies such as Walmart that provide low prices on goods yet shrug off health benefits leaving it up to the state to pay for it. In both cases the "commons" is the government (the collective people of the state), and the tragedy is government debt.
Of course, you are probably free to do what you want, but in the end you are probably screwing us all. Thanks.