Monday, March 3, 2014

Two Hundred Sixteen Billion in Shares Sold

It's always nice to start off a new month with a brand new shareholder getting a Supreme Protector's Tip of the Hat™. Maniacal Laughter Ltd. proved that it's a responsible corporate citizen when it purchased 2,000 New Order shares and sent us past the 216 billion isk mark! The corporation earns a Double Supreme Protector's Tip of the Hat™ for this achievement.

Carry On Friend was designated as the representative of Maniacal Laughter Ltd. to receive said Double Supreme Protector's Tip of the Hat™. Responsible corporate citizens of highsec, you could be next! Our cause is just, so the isk keeps flowing.


  1. We are happy to be a part of the lawful democratic society of High-Sec! We are very grateful of Supreme Protector's gracious acknowledgement of our most illustrious Agent Carry On Friend's contribution! It is our honor to give our lives to make High-Sec a safer and more respectful place for all citizens.

  2. CODE's delusion that they actually matter (at all) is one of the most amusing things I've encountered as a miner.

    Firstly... why does D400 single-handedly account for 40%-50% of CODE's damages? That is pretty pathetic. One guy should not be outdoing dozens upon dozens.

    Gevlon Goblin, while operating for a mere handful of months, has had more of an effect on miners than CODE has in it's entire existence. I watched CODE come into my areas of operation over and over, months on end, and never saw one miner change his habits. In one week, Gevlon Goblin was able to get half the miners to quit, the other half to used tanked Skiffs. Almost no one would go AFK when he was online.

    Think about that, guys. One random dude in 3 months having more of an effect than 150+ of you have in well over a year. This is why people always say, CODE members are the bottom feeders of the EVE community. They are like the brothers of the miners. Not too different, and as a result very competitive. A brother always tries to convince himself he's better than his brother, but on the outside everyone see's them as one in the same.

    Lastly, I had figured when reading this site that CODE members were master trolls or something; that they would be rather difficult to one-up in a verbal engagement. What I have found is James' clearly ignores the 4/5 times CODE members get verbally raped, and instead chooses to post the 1/5 times they come out victorious.
    There is nothing more amusing than watching a CODE member exit a system in silence after being ridiculed in local and having no comeback whatsoever.

    Enjoy guys. :D


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