I was curious how you would reply, but I guess I over looked it. I agree that this conversion has gotten out of hand.
Now let's be honest. You obviously didn't know anything about job bidding sites before you commented in it's defense. Your initial comment asking for advice proves it. The only valid thing you said in our discussion was that the American dollar is worth more than some other countries. And you abandoned that argument quickly. I'm guessing it's because I pointed out that there isn't any reason why they couldn't make more if they weren't being taken advantage of.
You also made a vague comment about an "economics" wikipedia page, but you failed to elaborate on how economics supports your argument. I think that would have been interesting discussion, and your best shot, but it appears you don't know enough about that either.
You did make an excellent point that morality is subjective, but you still avoid answering if it's right to take advantage of people or how that might be considered subjective. I even asked you directly on several occasions. You don't want to answer that question because no matter how you answer, it would weaken your argument.
The fact is, you lost the argument a long time ago. You haven't said anything of significance in a while. All you are doing now is making personal insults and making false claims in order to anger me and put me on the defensive in hopes of diverting our discussion from a main issue. I admit you have been fairly successful with it. You are a very good troll. But that doesn't amount to much.
If you really wanted a "genuine debate", you would have stayed on topic and already made your points by now. Instead, you turned this into a flame war, and I've lost interest. So no PM's and no more discussion. That is, you can keep talking all you want, but I'm going to ignore you.
One last thing... If you want to be a stand-up guy, you could try to find and post a few helpful links for Michal11. I've already done it and I think it's the right thing to do, since we wasted so much of his time and took over his thread for (as it turns out) no apparent reason.