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5-08-2010 @ 12:21PM
It's called CAPITALISM. Supply and demand. Lowest price wins in our simplified market, because quality isn't a determining factor. If you're getting undercut by a huge amount, buy it up and consider it wholesale supply for your own storefront.I totally agree with Robin and Lisa's assessments. Play smarter, not louder.
5-08-2010 @ 4:34PM
The wow market isn't like capitalism at all. A simplistic way to define capitalism is a clever way to vote on who has the best product with your money, where in wow all the products are the same but the cheapest producer wins. Essentially wow is a free market, nobody is forcing you to do anything with laws and your "taxes" are deducted before you receive the money.
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