We all have fun with the miners. That's what they're there for, to produce content. We tease them about their Miner Bingo quotes. We know what they're going to say even before they do; it's a source of amusement for everyone.
When Andar Purvanen lost an anti-tanked Mammoth, it was reasonable to suppose the 3 and a half year veteran of the highsec asteroid belts would stick to the script.
But Andar did the unexpected. He called the Agent on duty, PV Rock, a "cad". Who says cad anymore?
Andar suggested he might be 63 years old, which is over five times the age of our average Agent. And again, he called PV Rock a cad.
By the third time he used the word, it was pretty clear that Andar was trying to make cad "happen". It doesn't work that way, though. A miner cannot unilaterally decide to create a new Miner Bingo square. A good highsec catchphrase grows organically, like a strawberry. It can't be forced--at least, not by one person.
Later, Andar contacted me and offered some negative feedback about my Agents. He called them "kids", thus abandoning his cad campaign and invoking a genuine Miner Bingo square. Miners, you see, are a bit like snowflakes. Very, very, very, very similar-looking snowflakes.