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Petition for devs to give me free favor points

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  • Petition for devs to give me free favor points

    I earned some serious favor point-action by donating my time to Hospice. I think that everyone who does community service, even if it is because it was an alternative to paying a fine or being put in jail for a few nights, should be given some favor points for actually leaving their house. I know, I know, leaving our homes is against the second commandment of the Internet, but what would Jesus do? He'd probably jump on his Harley with a bottle of bub and help out at the local community center like a bad-ass who can cure leprosy but called me a viper because I gave him a dirty look which was actually just me glaring at the clock behind him trying to figure out the time because I forgot my glasses.

    Community service=free favor points.

  • #2
    That's a seriously stupid idea!
    Most people do voluntary work because they want to do good, not because they're hoping for some sort of reward. If you've been forced to do community work out of committing a crime, then tough luck on you. It's your punishment, not your reward. Personally, I am proud to do voluntary work - I do it for FREE because I've chosen to help out people. And I'd be more than embarrassed to ask others to pay me for it in any way.


    • #3
      It's not that I don't believe you when you claim to do community service... but the trust between you and I isn't strong enough for me to blindly accept that you do community service. You and I need to work on our trust-so I want you to fall backwards and wait for me to catch you, after that we can do an obstacle course together.

      Anyway, when most people volunteer they expect SOMETHING out of it, whether it is a warm fuzzy feeling or resume fodder. I do it for favor points though-I expect favor points. If I didn't get favor points for doing community service then why would I do it?


      • #4
        Don't do it then. Simple.


        • #5
          I love the idea. I would offer to wipe tables at Stringfellows.

          There is a reward for community work... it make's you feel good about yourself. You cann't get away from that and may not realise that that is why you do it... why not throw in favour points too ?

          Can I not volunteer to do something on the internet at home though ?


          • #6
            I agree with Caitir... volunteer work is done for something: love of someone or the people you serve. People who need to do community service as punishment are not the same as volunteers. They come in and get out as quick as possible.

            And this sort of work wouldn't benefit the company who created the game. I mean, they're not huge like some companies who can make commercials saying look at where some proceeds go.


            • #7
              um guys, I think you're missing the sarcasm here.

              it's a joke
              [CENTER] I don't know half of you half as well as I should like; and I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve.


              • #8
                For every hour of community service I should be given 13 favor points. Why 13? Because 13 is the number of tears I cried for orphaned children when I was planting trees for breast cancer awareness.