Miner tears come in all languages. A fairly recent addition to the EVE universe, Japanese carebears typically write their tears in the form of philosophical poetry.
What I want to say
Although Yaro did have to attack when I dug into common
Carelessness? I was away in front of the PC?
Do not say that selfish
If you do you can not do Japanese anyway
Do not come to send messages.
Or try to even translate this content?
The French bot-aspirant has a unique style, as well, full of charm and romance.
you and your alliance pirate can always go nicely ... you do ...
but keep it organizes = D
Ps: not very brave to tackle the minors!
she is beautiful piracy ^ ^
And then, of course, there are the Russians...
Fuck you asshole for dick!
On occasion, a miner will speak in broken English. Now, I'm no "grammar Nazi"--the New Order is about as far from Nazism as it gets--but sometimes the English is so badly broken that it's impossible to understand.
An illegal miner named PROZGENII ALYaBIEW lost his fail-fit Retriever during a routine compliance review of the Madirmilire system. The Agent in charge, Shizuka Mena, sent him a nice note to let him know how to avoid ganks by following the law.
Our hero received a curious response. How should we interpret this message?
At first glance, it's obvious: A Russian bot-aspirant tried to translate his reply and it got garbled. Happens all the time.
Almost a half hour later, the miner drafted a follow-up reply, since he hadn't heard back. On second glance, it's even more obvious that PROZGENII is using a bad Russian-to-English translator: The use of the word "creature" gives it away. This would be the point where carebear apologists and critics of the New Order would accuse us of persecuting people for their nationality.
Shizuka had pity on the miner. Identifying him as a Russian, the Agent attempted to make arrangements for a better translation.
Surprise! It wasn't a translation problem at all. PROZGENII is no Russian--why, he's as English as Big Ben, cricket, and crumpets!
Just another life lesson for all you MinerBumping readers out there. First impressions can be misleading. If you give a carebear the benefit of the doubt, you're doing him a kindness. Carebears are almost always in worse shape than they appear at the surface. Roll up your sleeves, highsec, there's a lot of work to be done.