Friday, November 4, 2016

New Order Bathroom Protocol Supplemental

One of the most frequently quoted posts in MinerBumping history is the New Order Bathroom Protocol. Contrary to carebear spin, this policy doesn't restrict the rights of miners; it expands them. Long story short, miners are permitted to leave their barges in an asteroid belt or ice anomaly and go AFK to use the bathroom. If they get permission from an Agent.

If.


An anonymous commenter on a recent post came up with a fine suggestion for improving highsec miner bathroom conduct--to the miner's benefit as well as everyone else's. It's hard to argue with good hygiene, though I wouldn't be surprised to see the Anti-Ganking crowd come out against washing one's hands.

The following additional rules apply to all highsec miners who go AFK to use the bathroom:

1. Miners must thoroughly wash both of their hands with soap and water immediately after using the bathroom (and before returning to their keyboard).

2. When an Agent asks a miner whether he washed his hands, the miner must answer the question truthfully.

3. When an Agent asks a miner whether he washed his hands, the miner isn't allowed to act all offended.

The New Order continues to make life better for all in highsec!

19 comments:

  1. I don't like you guys very much but this is fucking hilarious

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    1. OH i love these guys, and this post is a great example why.
      I loled the whole time reading it.

      I wouldn't be surprised if James' last name was Brovlovski. He's a master.

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  2. But where oh where is Ming?

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    1. Probably washing his hands like the rest of us civilized people.

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    2. IMPETUOUS BOY!

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  3. Well it is good to get some clarification...
    Of course I cannot remember a miner asking permission.... so whether or not he washes his hands becomes a moot point (except for the people he shares the keyboard with / cooks for etc)

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  4. I don't know but mining seems a dirty job, so in my opinion it's better for miners to wash their hands before and after.
    Just my 2 eurocents.

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  5. I got news for you. Anyone that is too lazy to "dock up" is certainly too lazy to wash their hands.

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  6. Every time I think it's safe to drink coffee (or anything) while reading minerbumping, The Saviour of High-Sec comes out with another post like this! Too bad I can't get reimbursement from the NO treasury for the keyboards I have ruined. Having a waterproof keyboard should be a requirement for reading mb.com

    Sun-Tzu

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  7. If there's one thing I've observed, it's that miners need the basics spelled out for them in minute detail. I applaud this clarification.

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  8. If there's one thing I've observed, it's that
    I'VE HAD MY SHIT PUSHED IN

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    1. Is that because of Minerhumping, or Minerdumping

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  9. To further clarify, agents don't need to wash their hands because we've mastered the art of not pissing on our hands.

    Another example of the separation of classes between agent and miner.

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  10. This is yet another example of James making the highsec world even better for miners.

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  11. We need to ensure they wash behind their ears, too.
    Plaque buildup in the ears is a serious problem for miners.

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  12. Fukit, hose down the nasty bastards before any attempts at communication.

    Podding them is another effective form of sterilization.

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  13. https://vid.me/xiOq best noob kill ever

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  14. I support this effort for a clean, germ-free Highsec!

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