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12-15-2008 @ 8:42PM
Video game money. Problem solved.
12-15-2008 @ 10:09PM
A thousand times this.
12-15-2008 @ 11:41PM
video game money/ "real" moneySame damn thing, that slip of paper is worth nothing without the context of society telling us it's worth something. Same with the video game money, it's worth what people say it is, and if the blacksmith, and the customer, and all else involved thought it held value, then it held value in the exact same way some piece of paper holds value to you
12-15-2008 @ 11:56PM
Treating people well > "videogame money lolz"
12-16-2008 @ 5:14PM
Its not about the money or the Mace or whatever. its the fact that this guy is a total jerk wad and probably isn't better in real life. underline its the princeple of the matter not the money
12-16-2008 @ 1:20AM
Slow news day huh? Welp I guess I'd say that there is something to be said for the utilitarian cost for what this guy did to his customer. It is video game money, which by any normal person's standard has incredibly low value (not to mention that it doesn't actually belong to you). And the amount of the already useless video game money that was 'stolen' is so incredibly small that there can't possibly any value to discussing the morality of it. It's like discussing the morality of a fly landing on the back of an elephant and taking a dump on it. Sure, it would discomfort the elephant if any creature took a dump on it. But if the little bit of poop on the elephant doesn't really matter to the elephant then what does it matter if it was morally right of the fly ? Should the fly have to make amends to the elephant? I'm using allegory but I think you catch my drift. Delete this post and move on imho.
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