1. I never said that I was/wasn't willing to do this.
2. Think of it from a career perspective. If you run a grocery store, using your logic, you're saying that you should just give your products away. Why? Because it's a nice thing to do. Give people food so they can eat for the night and not have to worry about going hungry. But, you wouldn't have any money for YOU to buy food. You'd have to rely on other people being "nice" and giving you free food. That wouldn't work out.
point one is flawed.
You said the other person should pay the middle man
Point two. This isn't a career It's a couple of guys helping each other out
And you're saying that people should be nice to be nice when in reality, it doesn't go that way. We don't live in a Utopian society and unless there's incentive to do something, people usually won't do it. What about the person rewarding the middleman? Why shouldn't he be nice and give something in return for all the work that was done for him?
True, we don't live in a Utopian society and people are not always willing to help each other out.
However, I know a few members on MPGH who challenge the rest of the population, they are good people and their "reward" from helping someone comes in the form of self satisfaction and pride.