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4-15-2010 @ 11:18AM
You ripped this WHOLE article off from MasterofWarcraft.net, which was posted on March 16th on their site! At least give them credit... http://www.masterofwarcraft.net/2010/03/guide-to-saronite-shuffle-gold-making.html
4-15-2010 @ 11:47AM
Estranasai....He's ripped this off from dozens of sites. This new columnist isn't creating the wheel or telling anyone anything new. He's just reposting information that's been in the trade community for many months with the dangled carrot of "get rich quick". A false carrot at that.
4-15-2010 @ 1:27PM
Hey look, they linked to the same ORIGINAL POST I DID! I guess neither of us can claim ownership of the saronite shuffle. Crazy- imagine the wow.com contributing editor responsible for writing about gold making writing about a major and popular method of making gold!
4-15-2010 @ 3:16PM
That drawing was posted (by me) in the JMTC forums last August as part of a discussion on the economics of high-volume prospecting. It's been up for 9 months, and several sites have referred back to it while putting their own spin on the numbers as Blizzard tweaks the market price of Infinite Dust. (Basil actually asked me beforehand if he could use it, for what it's worth.)I also coined the term "Saronite Shuffle" in the same post. Had the coin flip gone the other way, it would have been the "Saronite Sling". I'll take Snappy Words That Begin With 'S'' for $500, Alex.
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