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/Aug/2011

Once again, wondering "Why bother?"

By: havocofsmeg @ 10:45 (EDT) / 2 / Comment ( 0 )
Well, I'm running good in the league and with a little over a week until the end of the month, I find myself in a posistion to make a charge for the top 2,000 places in the league that pay. But after looking at the payouts for the lower places I find myself once again thinking if it's worth making that charge. 

For those of you who don't know, I don't have 20VPP and I don't have the money to throw at getting it and people who finish places 501 though 2,000 with less than 20VPP get all of ***drumroll*** 50 cents!
Which brings me back, once again, to those two words hanging in the title of this blog post: Why bother.

And here I find myself realizing the truth of both the PSO league and PSO tournies: unless you are the at the high business end of them, there is so little point that there might as not be one.
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