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6-21-2007 @ 4:04PM
" So many of us are enraged about the impact of gold farming on the game we love so much, but the fact is, we need to do something real about it, not just foster a pet hatred for poor people thousands of miles away."Um, thing is that according to the article some of these people certainly have the skills to do something else:"On most days Li’s replacement is 22-year-old Wang Huachen, who has been at this gold farm for a year, ever since he completed his university course in law. Soon, Wang told me, he will take the test for his certificate to practice, but he seems in no particular hurry to."And the author doesn't even go into the fact that there are some American based gold sellers as well. Of course the author engaged in gold selling himself, and not only made a living but produced a book and now this series of articles. So I think I'm going to continue hating the gold farmers in an equal opportunity, multinational kind of way. Though I think I hate the hunter bots more.
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