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    in this thread: people who don't know how to script
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigWorm View Post
    in this thread: people who don't know how to script
    How sure are you?
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    Unless you are doing this while at your job... hmm.

    Also f2p spellups rock! I bet a shitload of simucoins get bought just for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gelston View Post
    That isn't Louisiana's minimum wage, that is the federal minimum wage. We never set one here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigWorm View Post
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    In order to script enough f2p characters to equal the gross wage benefit of a federal minimum wage job for the same amount of time investment, one would have to simultaneously script 80* f2p characters with logic and bigshot efficiency high enough to get an average of 2k per until level 30. Assuming all those characters could then sell at $50 each.

    I don't even know if Gemstone has enough 1-30 areas for 80 characters to be leveling in them all simultaneously.

    80 character conclusion =

    80 characters * $50/ea. = $4000
    $7.25 * 543 hours = $3936.75
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    In order to script enough f2p characters to equal the gross wage benefit of a federal minimum wage job for the same amount of time investment, one would have to simultaneously script 80* f2p characters with logic and bigshot efficiency high enough to get an average of 2k per until level 30. Assuming all those characters could then sell at $50 each.

    I don't even know if Gemstone has enough 1-30 areas for 80 characters to be leveling in them all simultaneously.

    80 character conclusion =

    80 characters * $50/ea. = $4000
    $7.25 * 543 hours = $3936.75
    But you could also get welfare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drauz View Post
    But you could also get welfare.
    Oh, could you? What qualifies one for welfare anyway? Not to seem like an idiot or someone unwilling to google it, but I'm an idiot that's unwilling to google it for lack of reason.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    Oh, could you? What qualifies one for welfare anyway? Not to seem like an idiot or someone unwilling to google it, but I'm an idiot that's unwilling to google it for lack of reason.
    You only have to submit like 5 applications a week for jobs you don't qualify for, bam, welfare forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gelston View Post
    You only have to submit like 5 applications a week for jobs you don't qualify for, bam, welfare forever.
    I had a renter for awhile that got fired for falsifying documents. He went 9 months on unemployment doing exactly this (getting paid close to my salary) before I eventually evicted him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gelston View Post
    You only have to submit like 5 applications a week for jobs you don't qualify for, bam, welfare forever.
    Hate to break it to you, but Louisiana has a 24-month cap on welfare payments within a 5 year period, as well as a 5-year lifetime cap.

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