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11-17-2011 @ 9:33AM
Citation, plz.Some of us want to work hard and actually *get ahead* not fall further and further behind so others can profit obscenely off our labor, while real wages remain stagnant and the cost of everything from healthcare to basic necessities of life rises to meet shareholder profit demands.That's not "being lazy." That's "being ruthlessly exploited and then being called a lazy, slacking whiner when you object to that exploitation."But, on topic: back in Wrath, I regularly ran dungeons and raided lightly with my guild because I felt, even with my relatively limited play-time, that I could add something to the group and not be a weight to carry. This is absolutely not true of Cataclysm, where things are not only difficult, they're almost prohibitively so for many casual raiding guilds. My own guild's raid sector has repeatedly imploded from a combination of burnout and drama occasioned by punishing learning curves that have stymied our progression.
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