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Simcountry is an Online Digital World where you are the President of a country.
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Calling on Treasurer Juduas Sam Amechie Slim Dave Pat (Fearless Blue)

Simcountry: Simcountry Bulletin Board  Calling on Treasurer Juduas Sam Amechie Slim Dave Pat (Fearless Blue)

sfo Treasurer (White Giant)

Tuesday, July 15, 2008 - 03:44 pm Click here to edit this post
Why would anyone want to sell something they labored hard to build just so he can run it in the ground? We have seen him time and again buy people's countries and ceos and they crash and burn because he lacks any skill.

It isn't that he is a threat, because he can't fight his way out of a wet paper bag. It is about respecting your hard work enough to not just sell it to someone who lacks the patience to do what you have done. I implore you all, no matter how hard up you are for coins and cash, to make him build his own. Maybe when he is forced to not take the easy path, he might actually learn to appreciate this game and treat it a little more respectfully.

William, be a man, stand up, do your own work. It isn't hard. It just takes time. Buying your way to what you perceive as respectability has not worked for you in the past. If something doesn't work, why keep doing it the same way? Build your own. Learn from your mistakes. Don't repeat the same mistakes over and over. We have seen you buy empires time and again and run them straight into the ground. You have had some wonderful purchases and what do you have to show for it? Nothing.

It wouldn't hurt to actually read some of the documentation from time to time and actually devote some hours to your economy. You don't even have a basic grasp of the economics of this game. I shudder to think of having your credit card bill and realizing that you had absolutely nothing to show for those purchases. Paying someone for the answers has not taught you anything because you never took the time to learn. And your personality is so grating that no one wants to give you the time of day to teach you. So stand up, be a man for once in your life, and devote yourself to learning the economics of this game. You just might gain some self respect and garner a little bit from your fellow players. Don't confuse respect with likability, that's an entirely different issue. You have a long way to go there. But respect should come first. Having players like you, second.


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