You seem to be missing the point entirely. Your so called standards and ethics are different between civilizations (even today!) and they evolve overtime in the same civilization.
As for the "it doesn't affect anyone" argument...can you point me to one country that comes even close to having libertarian laws and/or ethics? You can't. There are lots of things that affect people in negative ways directly or indirectly. Yet no one questions them. If you eat junk food and become fat...guess what the healthcare system has to pay for your fat ass. That affects everyone in a negative way. Should we outlaw this behavior as unethical?
There is no objective code of ethics. Bringing up objectivity through inter-subjectivity actually makes my case for me. Remember that society is constantly evolving when it comes to ethics. 50 years ago it was supposedly objective that black people were inferior here in the USA. The standards and ethics of society reflected that through the laws that were in place.
By the way, a VAST MAJORITY of people would agree that farming is a pathetic waste of time. Remember that us hardcore gamers are the minority and the farmers are even more of a minority. Guess that settles it...
I will concede though that I came across as too harsh on the people who farm. I did not post that to feel better. I don't believe they are any better or worse than I am. I just find what they do as pathetic. I'm sure some people would find what I do as pathetic. Everyone has that right. I should have stopped before demeaning the people directly.
HAHAHA...is this the same Christianity that executed "heretics," extorted money from "laymen," and waged a "holy war?" By the way get your facts straight. It was the Persians who first implemented that.