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5-25-2007 @ 1:41PM
Ugh, some people are so thick headed.Trust me, I'm coming from FFXI, a game that was made virtually unplayable by gold farmers, and where the economy was absolutely horrible.It's easy for people to condemn gold selling practices. It's illegal, a general nuisance, and I think we all agree in general is a negative practice.With that in mind, get off your high horse. It's easy for you to repremand them and thier practices from the comfort of you home. Bet you have food in the fridge, sitting in your computer chair, and hey... guessing from some setups I've seen on this site, you're not doing too bad.It's their job people. They do it to provide sustence to themselves and their people. To use an analogy, and I might get flack for this, think about soldiers in the military. That is their occupation, and granted it might be a more noble one. But that is what they do for a living. And when we send them off to a unfavorable war, we tend to sympathize with them. Bring our soldiers home. In short, we don't hate the person, we hate the practice. But some people can't discern the two."As for playing a sob story and drumming up pity? Go die in a fire. Guess what? Life's not easy. Life shits on all of us from time to time. Bottom line, they've failed at life, and they're failing at virtual life as well. Ruining other peoples gaming experience for fun and profit, and somehow they see themselves as these knights in shining armor. Yeah. Right. Die."You are an ignorant fool. Try leaving your state, or getting out of the coutnry, or caring about someone other than yourself for a while. They ruin your entertainment experience so that they can eat. Yeah, they must be the scum of the earth.Honestly, people like you need to be slapped in the mouth and thrown on the streets.
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