Actually, the sources on his website contain plenty of material already:http://forum.insomnia.ac/viewtopic.php?t=3313&sid=c88a0fdde2ecfc9d7dd4df8568957733
Well, there are many ways to make money, and flipping burgers is certainly one of them, but there are others. When faced with a similar situation, for example, I chose to steal money using an elaborately-planned scam. The entire business lasted a couple of months, and then I had enough money for half a decade. Plus it was extremely interesting, challenging, fun, etc. Crime in general is extremely fun -- I would be doing it even if I were not being "paid" (lol) to do it.
Where the dude on Shmups went wrong is that he misinterpreted my indignation as proceeding from an opposition to scamming ON PRINCIPLE, whereas in fact I am simply opposed to people who scam ME AND MY FRIENDS. A good analogy would be someone who has his pockets picked in the middle of a crowd, and who realizes this and turns around and shouts: "THIEF, THIEF: CATCH HIM!" -- a reaction which by no means implies that the person who shouts like that is opposed to theft on principle, but only to the person who stole from him.