I have to work about 8 to 10 hours a day full time to feed the family i love most.
In fact I love Diablo III so much i have spent about $400 already in RMTAH to get good gears
and continue feeding my precious family.
Aside from this HILARIOUS contradiction, where you say you love Diablo, yet you spend 400 bucks on gear, ya know, while feeding your precious family with some other money you have, lemme just say this...
how about us people who got families and wont prioritize games above anything else? we want a fair battle too,
You seem to take your work pretty seriously, yet...imagine for a second if a new employee came along and was instantly put into a position above you. A position you've been working years to get promoted to. And through the grapevine, you find out that that person who got hired to that position didn't have good credentials, didn't have a great resume, nothing like...know why they got position?
Because they paid 400 bucks to have it. They didn't earn it, didn't work hard like you did...they just paid 400 bucks, and poof...they're farther along than you.
That's why people hate the AH. Because others use it to get farther ahead than their skill should be getting them. Meanwhile, people with the integrity to take their time and go slow and put little bits of time into the game when they have it available, earn their way, and still don't get as far as the guy who drops 400 bucks for a set of gear they barely know how to optimize.
You wonder why people hate the AH? That's why. Not only are you chopping and slashing into the remaining time you'll be interested in the game, by paying real money for top line gear, but you're also advancing yourself farther along without earning your way.
You want to redeem yourself in that? Create a hardcore character, or build up characters without the help of the AH, only using gear you find. Do that, declare you do that, and people will respect you more.