I agree. It's like these people feel entitled to send me 10 emails a day, demanding I spend an hour of my day fixing their business problems - business problems they created. And then they complain when I expect to be paid for it, even in light of the fact that they're asking me to do the exact opposite of what they'd originally paid for. Web designers expect to be paid for a change in specs, so do I. What gives them the right to abrasively demand I work for nothing? Quit acting so entitled. If it's not even worth $29, then why are we even having a conversation?
Of course, I suspect you're actual point was just the opposite of that. And to that, all I've got to say is, go sell your hippie-s*** down the road. I've got work to do.