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4-17-2008 @ 4:49PM
what do you call anyone who pays 15$ a month to play a game?look at it from a 12 year olds point a view, then look at it from a pro-athlete's point of viewand ...your still playing real money to play a virtual thing, nothing new herethe amount you pay is relative to those with money or lack thereofwhat about the Trading Card Game.....you telling me its around cause people play it?morelikelly then not, looking for llot cards, now how is that different?its like politics, if you pay tax on it ( pay Blizz) its legaldont pay tax its illegal (gambling, prostitution, drugs)you cant tax (or its extremely difficult to) thses things, hence illegalnotice cigs are still legal?....cause i cant grow their grade with their additives that have me by my balls
4-17-2008 @ 5:04PM
I agree with the main point you're making, but your arguments are for crap.Things aren't illegal because they can't be taxed. Things aren't illegal because they're not taxed. In fact, drugs ARE taxed in many places (See, for example, Kansas) and still illegal. It's also just as easy to tax the sale of WoW gold as it is anything else. This isn't a taxation issue, it's an issue of Blizzard not liking something and making it against the rules.
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