Wednesday, March 27, 2013

The Next Frontier of Space Lawyering


In Kamio system, a mysterious traveler sought out an angry miner.


Before the New Order, most miners (assuming they weren't AFK) tended to be a trusting lot. They welcomed newcomers. Now, the rebels are bitter and xenophobic.


New Order Agent ZZEZ 'Murika recognized the troublemaker instantly.


Babatunde B Babatunde, attorney at law, space lawyer extraordinaire and scourge of the New Order! How many Code violators have been able to escape justice because they lawyered up and abused some technicality?


Christofear Parlato was shocked, but this is only the tip of the iceberg. Space lawyers have been out in force, ever since the dawn of the New Order.


Babatunde is far more enterprising than most. The typical space lawyer defends himself, or defends others in the system for free. Something tells me Babatunde never does anything without getting paid.


Turning space lawyering into a proper business is the best new emergent gameplay since Space Therapist. The New Order always supports local business.

18 comments:

  1. Damn this dude is a genius, how do I sign up to be his paralegal?

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  2. My, activity seems to have dropped since James pussied out of running for CSM.

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    1. How do you figure? You're still posting here. I'm still posting here. He's still posting here. We're all named anonymous, but then again, so are you.

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    2. I'm still here too. I was here before the CSM run, so why wouldn't I be here after?

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    3. Yeah, if anything, no CSM to worry about will mean more time for the real awesomeness of minerbumping.com.

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    4. I'm glad the New Order will keep on focusing on playing the game instead of politics

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    5. I was here before minerbumping.com was ever thought of. So suck that up you filthy little tarts.

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    6. You were here before here was here? Sounds like someone ate a whole box of lying pills. Go back to your room, the adults are talking.

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  3. I admire this space lawyer's entrepreneurial spirit.

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  4. I endorse this product and / or service.

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  5. If they didn't pay up 10 million isk, sutely they would pay up 100 million Isk to get their losses back right?

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    1. EVE never ceases to amaze me.

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  6. *jaw drops*

    *head explodes*

    Jesus wept.

    Now...now I have seen EVERYTHING.

    And dude, I have been to Bangkok, Amsterdam, AND Juarez.

    ---- Mike Adoulin

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  7. Every person of worth should have a lawyer on retainer at all times. Don't these rebels know this? Are they not people of worth?

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  8. It's like paying 150 euros to a lawyer only because you don't want to pay 10 euros of taxes...and you pay those 150 just to get a hope, knowing that probably you will have to pay the 10 euros tax anyway if you want to live like a free citizen in your country. This is beyond absurd.

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  9. If the day ever comes that the New Order nuts up and stakes a shot at me I plan on calling on the expertise of Babatunde B Babatunde to get me compensation.

    Cato
    Gallant miner extraordinaire

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    1. Have you nutted up and taken a shot at the New Order? Or do we just take it for granted that you are nutless?

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  10. I visit the minerbumping channel erryday to discuss all things mining.

    Cato
    Mining Royalty

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