Zuul Achura > you choose to kill themThe Code requires miners to buy a permit, tank their mining ships, and meet other basic, reasonable requirements. Buying a permit is a sign of obedience--and so is sacrificing yield in favor of tank. When rebel miners encourage each other to mothball their Hulks and Mackinaws in favor of Procurers, they're unwittingly doing the work of a New Order Agent. In succinct and devastating fashion, Bing made this point. How would the carebears respond?
Zuul Achura > I choose to talk them into a procurer
Bing Bangboom > Flying a procurer in highsec means we've already beaten you.
Bing Bangboom > why else would someone fly one if they weren't afraid of us?The miners, stunned, didn't know how to answer him. Zuul Achura lamely argued that miners need to tank up for protection from all the non-Code-related miner ganks. Heh.
Zuul Achura > take your head out of your ass
Nero Jove > Bing Bangboom you realize this is a video game right?
Zuul Achura > its not afraid of YOU
Zuul Achura > its to avoid ganking from... anyone and everyopne
Bing Bangboom > Every Skiff and Procurer is someone who is afraid of us.In truth, the miners couldn't find a counterargument because there wasn't one to find. Bing rhetorically checkmated the entire Kino miner population.
Zuul Achura > no
Bing Bangboom > These ice fields USED to be full of Hulks, Macks and Retrievers.
Bing Bangboom > Those people fly procurers and skiffs now
Zuul Achura > every skiff and proc is someone who understands there is a balance between security and yield
CaCi-A 001Me > Bing Bangboom see, and there it is. it's not about the bullshit you keep preaching with the code, it's about you getting easy killsUnsurprisingly, the miners expressed their anger and frustration.
FIONA LIA > Really iam not really affraid of a small kid
Nero Jove > Bing Bangboom come into WH space and enforce the CODE
Nero Jove > i DARE YOU
FIONA LIA > U can´t even do the job yourself. u have to let someone els risk it
Bing Bangboom > I have gone to WH space and enforced the Code.Nero Jove set his fellow carebears up for another fall by challenging Bing to prove that he'd enforced the Code in wormhole space before. Those familiar with Bing's career could only smirk and shake their heads.
Bing Bangboom > I've destroyed 3 POSes single handed.
FIONA LIA > that did´t happen very well since u are here
Nero Jove > preach to us
Nero Jove > share the word brother
Bing Bangboom > I am sharing it now.
FIONA LIA > U mean the bla.bla.bla bla.bla.bla ?Bing Bangboom referred the carebears to his legendary forum threads. The much-celebrated tale of Bing's triumph over liberty involved memorable exploits (not the bad kind) in wormholes; Bing's classic "Cry Havoc" thread has over 25,000 views. Checkmate. Again.
Nero Jove > shhhhhh Fiona - crazy fanatics dont know they are crazy
Nero Jove > dont burst his ganking bubble
Bing Bangboom > You can read about it at www.minerbumping.com... in the FORUM.
Bing Bangboom > "Cry Havoc and let slip the dogs of war"
Bing Bangboom > and "Inferno"
Bing Bangboom > quite gripping adventure and intrigue
Zuul Achura > you should move to amarr space, Bing Bangboom . people are much more gullible thereUnable to defeat Bing in elite PvP or in a debate, the miners considered organizing a highsec-wide miner protest. But the highsec miners have no leverage, as the "services" they perform are completely unnecessary.
Bing Bangboom > I move around a bit... but I'm the Agent for Kino . Other Agents have Amarr space
FIONA LIA > ups my bad
FIONA LIA > Lets all mine And not sell our ore´s for a month. i think people will be happy about it, And this code will be very famos
Nero Jove > see thats exactly what needs to happen
Bing Bangboom > Eve doesn't need your ore.
Nero Jove > every miner in Eve stops mining. And when the cry goes up we tell them we refuse to mine until CODE is gone. Then watch the war decs fly and Bing log off for a month with James and his followersOur hero knew it was all bluff and bluster. He encouraged the miners to tone down their rhetoric before they embarrassed themselves any further.
FIONA LIA > i like it
Bing Bangboom > Miner, calm down....
John Dad > miners dont need isis comander in eveThe miners embarrassed themselves further.
FIONA LIA > True word
FIONA LIA > So the Code is isis ingame hmm, that make sense
CaCi-A 001Me > no, they are role players and ppl looking for easy kills
FIONA LIA > But still they want to be isis in this game
Bing Bangboom > you miners all really need to calm down... you will worry yourselves into anemia....But the miners all said they were perfectly calm. They needed to say it, because it wouldn't have been apparent otherwise.
FIONA LIA > yes yes mr isis man
Nero Jove > feeling quite calm this morning
CaCi-A 001Me > same here
FIONA LIA > same here
Bing Bangboom > anyone who needs a permit can send me the 10 million ISK along with an email and I will send you the permit.Zuul whined that 10 million isk is "very expensive"--despite saying all miners should purchase Procurers, which cost more than that. Bing felt he'd made his point well enough, so he gave Kino's miners an open invitation to send him money for permits. In the meantime, Bing docked up and remained in station while he went AFK for the next seven and a half hours. All local chat would be logged during his absence. Would the miners of Kino use that time to come to their senses?
Bing Bangboom > 10 million ISK is cheap
FIONA LIA > what are about a new player, they can´t affort that
FIONA LIA > or a trial
Zuul Achura > 10 million is is VERY expensive. those pay are not paying 1`0 mil ISK they are paying their brain
Bing Bangboom > the rest of you can wait until its your turn and THEN you can buy a permit after you lose your ass(ets)
To be continued...