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Comment: Re:Wow (Score 1) 594

by Desipis (#28916109) Attached to: "Cash For Clunkers" Program Runs Out of Gas

Top bracket taxpayers are overwhelmingly small business owners paying their business taxes on their personal tax returns. Cutting taxes means more money to reinvest in small businesses that produce most new jobs in America and providing less discouragement for workaholic small business owners to keep working when they really don't have to.

Giving money (tax cuts or whatever) to top bracket tax payers, means that some worker somewhere has to provide goods/services/labour to the rich person to get that money flowing back into the economy. Giving money (tax cuts or whatever) to the poor/disadvantaged, means that some worker somewhere has to provide goods/services/labour to the poor people to get that money flowing back into the economy. The difference isn't the stimulatory affect but rather who benefits from the economic redirection.

Of course I don't see America as a country that is lacking in cars, so I don't see the point of focusing funding in that direction.

Comment: Re:Impact? (Score 1) 316

by Desipis (#27962951) Attached to: On the Feasibility of Single-Server MMOs
I think that it would be better to break up the servers in some sort of meaningful way like say, play time limits. Have a server with unlimited time, one with a limit of 20 hours a week, 5 hours, etc. That way you can cater to a wide variety of players and they can all have a meaningful impact within the way they wish to play. If you rely on procedurally generated content then there shouldn't be a major issue with supporting different outcomes on different servers.

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