Guess what time it is?
You have guessed correctly.
We've seen the evidence that CODE. is the most relevant alliance in EVE. The counterargument? Goons must have sacrificed their own mining barges and freighters, to make us seem more relevant. It was a high-risk, high-reward strategy for them.
Either that, or the Goons are going to destroy us. Take your pick.
Meanwhile, in the Mining channel:
...The carebear "community" remains as toxic as ever.
What's this? Nitshe Razvedka, an Anti-Ganker and author of the "Fin Udan did nothing wrong" thread in the Market Discussions subforum, has a secret source inside CODE. Who's the spy, and how much intel was stolen as a result of this breach?
Actually, Agent Snigie Audanie was merely showing off the openness and transparency of our fair organization.
Nitshe was not amused. But our schedules remain secure.
Nobody does courier contracts quite like Agent Ryan Ahashion. He's so good that he doesn't even need a hauling ship!
This time, Ryan lost 49 million in collateral to confiscate about 600 million worth of illegal mining equipment. Remember, carebears: Your courier contracts may be inspected by our Agents at any time.
AJ Kon's contact notification was ominous--sort of like getting a term paper returned with "see me after class" written on it. However, in this instance there was no need to have a discussion. "Neutral Standing"? Everyone knows there's no room for neutrality when it comes to the Code.
Another of the internal contradictions of the anti-Code carebear: They bristle at the thought of displaying a mining permit, yet these same rebels will still plaster my name all over their bio.
Speaking of internal contradictions: "He's a nobody, but everyone in EVE needs to band together to fight him."
After the New Order began to change highsec, Galrak Malinkorn bemoaned the loss of civility and kindness and gentleness that highsec once had. Why couldn't people behave with honour and decency, like Galrak--
Oh, right. That Galrak Malinkorn. I guess I do remember him.
What happened to mining, you ask? The Code, my friend. It's a much better system. Give it a chance!