Friday, January 11, 2013

Forty-Seven Billion in Shares Sold

Just yesterday we passed the forty-two billion mark, and today the forty-seven billion mark has been passed! You know what that means: It's time for a Quintuple Supreme Protector's Tip of the Hat™! Daniel Plain gets the honors today, thanks to his purchase of 5,000 shares in the New Order. Daniel is now our biggest single shareholder, an impressive feat indeed.

Unlicensed miners of highsec, tremble in fear! That money is going to help us encourage you to change your ways.

22 comments:

  1. Meh. http://proveldtariat.wordpress.com/

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  2. I won't tremble. Those ISKs are all going into one man's wallet and he won't give them back. These likely end up at SOMER BLINK after a drunken night of EVE by James. Only James will then be trembling due to his hangover and his agents in anger once they find out.

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    1. Plenty of Knight's lost ships have been replaced using that money already. That is a fact. What you said is an assumption. Fact > assumption.

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    2. Fact: A catalyst costs <1 million isk.
      Fact: There is not enough thugs to burn through 100 million isk worth of Catalysts in a month.

      Therefore: 90%+ of scumbag isk is used for personal reasons such as the aforementioned SOMER Blink. This is not called assuming. This is called inference, an advanced form of logical reasoning. But I don't expect undesirables to know that. You'd rather cling to zealotry. Scum...

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    3. The ISKs are getting more. Clearly, James is not spending them all, but hoarding them.

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    4. People please. James has already written up his currin trading history and has explicitly stated dividends will be released 'when appropriate'. Don't think for a second that any of the people buying shares aren't aware of the possible "risk" here.

      The thing is there is already a dividend on those shares. If anything this blog is extremely entertaining (updated daily!) and who knows, maybe he'll change hi-sec for the better as well.

      Godspeed James315.

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    5. What risk? My investment went towards ships of war for the Knights & has been returned to me with interest in the form of tears.

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  3. James 315 is a hero! He deserves our isk as he does our praise!

    Thank him for saving us all from ourselves. A donation to James 315 is the ultimate act of breaking the chains of isk worship!

    Blessed be The New Order and it's Knights! A new era awaits us all in his high sec!

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  4. Hmmm, won't give them back huh? I was recently re-imbursed for the full cost of 42 catalysts and their fittings used in the destruction of code-violators. Other knights can testify as to the many more hundreds of millions of ISK returned to them through the catalyst reimbursement program. He indeed does give it back, through funding our ganking operations indefinitely.

    Educate yourself, read more minerbumping.

    -Galaxy Pig

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    1. Did you pay James ISKs only so he can give them back to you?

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    2. 42 Catalyst will, at most, cost 80~ million isk once all t2 fittings have been considered. You are an exception, not a rule. Most will not throw away or bother to gank as they do not have the mental deficiencies necessary to act in a zealot like manner.

      Upon doing my own research, most bump thugs loose approximately 10~ Catalysts every two weeks. If I tried to make an average number of Catalysts lost between all bump thugs, it'd be around 5 a week.

      5*4 weeks in a month=20 Catalysts
      42C=80~mil
      20C=40~mil
      Where C=Catalyst

      This is 40 mil per month average cost of running the ganking thug brigade. This extortion cult has gone on for roughly 7 months.

      7*40=280 mil

      That is 280 mil from an alleged 41 BILLION.

      And you really think he isn't using that money for himself?

      Belligerent Undesirable Logic.

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    3. Well if only 5 miners got ganked per week why all the tears?

      Or did you forget to multiply by the number of gankers? Or maybe you just pulled the number of ganks per week from your arse?

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    4. > If I tried to make an average number of Catalysts lost between all bump thugs, it'd be around 5 a week.

      5 Catalysts destroyed. Clearly you can't read. Ofcourse, I wouldn't expect an undesirable to read.

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    5. "And you really think he isn't using that money for himself?"

      I didn't expect him to reimburse people for catalyst losses. I figured the stockholder program was a way for James to accept tips from people that enjoyed his reading. I'm entertained, so the ISK is well spent.

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  5. WHO'S TROLLIN WHO BRAH???//

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  6. The only thing in eve worse than a bot is a role player. Yuk. Don't slip on the D20 and break your necks on the stacks of D & D manuals you guys must have stacked up all over the place.

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    1. I DIDN'T SPEND ALL THOSE HOURS PLAYING D&D AND NOT LEARN SOMETHING ABOUT COURAGE

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    2. Sorry I didn't catch that one. Don't worry I'll wait around a bit and see if another toy flies out of your pram.

      No need to shout.

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    3. Comment touches nerve severing head. +1 satisfaction.

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  7. You bitch about roleplaying in video game?

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  8. 10 catalysts every 2 weeks?!?! More like 10 catalysts every two hours. You sir, have no clue.

    Yes, if you're a shareholder and you gank, you can make your stock purchase back and then some through the caty reimbursement program, and you get to keep your shares. But remember, catalyst reimbursements are just that, reimbursements on money you already spent.

    -Galaxy Pig

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