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RE: A Challenge: Make STEEM Great Again...

in #steemit2 years ago (edited)

Why the fuck should I lift the weight of a dead business?

That's like saying to be a legit Tinder profile when half the accounts are scam bots. Except here we came to get paid. But look, the robots took over the power and even the most popular posts without votebots can hardly sustain a living.

And now you're telling me to lift the weight of a dead website? Why? Quality or not I get 1-5 likes and 0 to $0.10 per post. Sola.ai was the same way: Great bloggers, horrific payout. And then it got shut down.

And if I'm not able to see the value in being compensated for my work, and they still haven't bothered to fix their fucking garbage search system like I've been waiting over a year for and they've only had enough time to downsize their labor force and fuck up my passwords, in the face of going from $5 to $0.30 cents with a three-month power down wait... then I'm fuckin' out.

Let the votebots siphon out the rest of the value out of here and let's see if MEOS is any better or if that's the Black Mirror episode we've been waiting for.

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And now you're telling me to lift the weight of a dead website?

Nope. That’d be your interpretation/projection.

I guess that’s a challenge not accepted.Lol.

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they've only had enough time to downsize their labor force and fuck up my passwords

It’s pretty clear from the beginning in all of crypto that it’s one’s own personal responsibility to backup their keys and passwords.

You can’t blame anyone but yourself for that one.

Ok dude, have fun feeding the robots since you want to edit your post and present an argument based on "my projection" instead of my point.