We sure do love to work. Throw us into an online degeneration simulator, and we'll just end up making jobs for ourselves. Anything to feel that familiar slow trickle of income as our life slow-trickles away.
That's what's going on in Grand Theft Auto Online. Rockstar boasts that its community has created more than one million virtual jobs (Thanks, Obama). To commemorate the occasion, Rockstar's verified its favorite races and deathmatches so that everyone can experience the best that life has to offer.
Of course, you don't need to play by society's rules and do what's acceptable. You could go your whole GTA Online life and never take a single job, just doing what it takes to eke by. You don't need their system because you're not just another sheep.
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