For the sake of this discussion, I want to talk about expropriation. I’m pretty sure that every property owner owns a property that they’ve bought for the next few years. As long as you’re working with a lot of people, it’s a good approach to expropriate.
Expropriation is the process of acquiring something that is not owned by someone else. It is the act of taking something that someone else has no claim to.
You can think of this as your own property, minus your money. Its the thing you want to protect, and the thing you want to make as valuable as possible, all while still being a free person. That is a pretty powerful idea, and Expropriation is a pretty powerful thing in the game.
In Black Ops 3, you can take a person’s belongings to expropriate them from them. The thing is, when you take something that belongs to someone else, you can’t just take it and make it yours. You have to give it away. So you use your assets to give something away, like the cash in your pocket. It’s a pretty cool system, and you can buy some cool stuff with the cash, like some pretty nice upgrades to your car.
If you play Black Ops 3, you can give somebody your cash and then tell them the thing is yours after they give it to you. A lot of people are pretty upset about this, because they dont like to take it upon themselves to give things away. But it works, and I get a little bit of a thrill every time I do it.
In Black Ops II, you could give it all to someone, or just say, “You’re going to be paid for the stuff you bring home.” That way you don’t have to worry about it costing you anything. And it also lets you know if you’re selling your stuff to the wrong people, or the guy who’s trying to get rich off your stuff.
The way it works is you give it all to someone, and they buy it for you. If it goes bad, you dont have to worry about it for yourself.
The example that comes to mind is the guy who’s trying to get rich off his stuff, because if you think he’s going to use it for his own good, then you don’t need to worry about it. You just wear a hat, and you want to be part of the success of his sales.