No, the problem ehre is that you're basically challenging digital goodss and claiming them as objectively worthless. if you stopped at admitting you were being subjective, then it could have easily been written off, but no, you're heavily insisting that all digital goods are worthless and a waste of money.
The problem is the backers and people behind the idea of 27000 USD for imaginary ships, I don't mind with digital goods at all in fact i love digital goods, but digital goods that you defend is not even worth to defend
You're basically crapping all over artists, musicians, novelists, and anyone else that sells their goods digitally.
You will not win that war. You will never win a shred of it, because everyone will tear you a new one, and rightfully so.
See, you are trying to make me look like I hate the artist that sell their music for 10 bucks, while in reality, you the one who defend a shady artist that sell their product more than what they should have deserve. Buddy you defending the wrong artist , you have been scammed
People spend their hard earned money on what they want. It is not your decision to make, to tell people what they should spend their money on.
LOL, i am just commenting , I am not even care, how long have you been in Internet. "It called Forums "
I think some rich folk are insane for spending so much money on fancy food, but guess what?, I don't care in the end because it's not my money, and even then their money goes towards the company they bought from, which in turn gets cycled around the world via purchases and payments to make.
That's great at least you admitted , but the problem is you seems defending the company
Also, people rent movies on netflix, millions of people do this, despite knowing full well that they do not own said media, but are merely renting it. The same way I know that our games are not legally mine, due to the fact that I am paying to make use of the license, to play said game. I do not own the code, nor will I ever.
Yeah but not for 27000 USD