Yesterday, 11:00 PM · 42 replies and 702 views.
I'll provide the same reasons I always do:
First and foremost, I value the game making sense. I wouldn't change the rate I'd pay for a job because the person I hired decided they wanted to bring more people along. To do so would be idiotic and everyone being idiotic is greatly disruptive to my suspension of disbelief, which is a key part of my enjoyment of games like this. Likewise, costs not increasing with money supply is equally absurd. Everything should cost 20-50 times as much now because that's how much rewards for various actions have increased. Yet, prices remain static, which is another slap in the face to believability.
Secondly, money being easy to get has made manipulating the BGS easier, even unwittingly, and has resulted in the BGS progressing in a different direction, at a different rate, than would have been possible had incomes remained plausible. This is, in my view, a decidedly negative gameplay effect.
Lastly, it encourages players to behave in absurd ways. I was winged with a...