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4-12-2010 @ 10:01AM
That's an interesting analogy there.See, because imagine you ran a system like that in WoW. And suddenly decided you weren't going to put up with it anymore. You tell those slackers "pay up or don't raid". They reply "we don't have the time/skill/opportunity to farm that money, so we'll have to not raid then" which could be true. Or they could be slackers. What happens? No-one raids. You have 17 people, which isn't enough for ICC 25. So everyone loses out. If you don't look after the less fortunate, the results are felt across the guild.So in real life, what do we do? Tell the unemployed and low earners and lazy "tough luck" and let them die of starvation? That's basically what you're suggesting. But then, who's going to clean your offices? Who's going to collect the trash? Who's going to do all those shitty low-paid jobs you're utterly reliant on for your own comfort?
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