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Why did this never occur to me before?

It would have been a much more interesting and interactive life to get a percentage of the product instead of ISK at the Customs Office.

How did I miss this? I'm sure I never thought about it. I was to focused on raw numbers, cash flow, and not the potential obnoxious and fascinating struggle of product movement.

This may have an interest for me only due to my struggle with Planetary Interaction. I just don't get it. I've read tutorials. I've burned with jealousy over the sucess of others. I have not managed to have any sucess in something that others swear to me is an incarnation of simply.

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  1. Very glad you are posting some again...missed reading your blog's while you took a break...:)

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  2. Really interesting if there was a reasonable but limited space to accept product, which would result in inactive corps collecting nothing.

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  3. Since taxation of reprocessed ore was changed from minerals to isk... I don't think you will get anywhere.

    Yet CCP sometimes does make things more challenging - look at the ESS, which dispenses tokens that must be hauled out and redeemed for ISK.

    Planetary Industry still looks like placeholder art: pins instead of buildings (which float above the pins when selected, sometimes obstructing the view when you're trying to nudge pins as close together as possible.)

    Steve Ronuken is pushing for some CCP attention on PI.

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