Previously, on MinerBumping... Vrix Nation did what it always does, but for some reason the autopiloters were surprised to be ganked.
Every day, the carebears prove why they're the bad guys. Their invective is absolute poison. Also, they use the autopilot function.
Kaniak couldn't believe that he kept getting ganked. It's almost as if autopiloting in your pod is a bad idea. Better keep doing it, just to make sure.
...With respect. Our Agents should be treated with respect. What's the Russian emoticon for respect, again?
Carebears don't like to PvP in EVE, but they don't enjoy their chosen PvE activities much, either. That's why they'd always prefer to be doing something else at the same time.
On the other hand, some of their "I wasn't AFK, I was just..." stories lack credibility. The only believable ones are when the carebears admit they were using the bathroom.
Critics say that there's little risk in ganking pods in highsec. Not true. You could be attacked by a dreadnought at any time, innit?
Politeness goes a long way in highsec; it's a wonder more carebears don't make use of it. For example, Aetius Romano could have said, "I respectfully decline to obey the Code at this time. Here is an advance of 10 million isk should I choose to buy a permit in the future. On second thought, I think I will obey the Code, and I'd like to buy a permit."
See how much better that sounds?
Score another victim of the denialists. The Code is real, it's relevant, and it's here to stay.
MonteCristo claims that autopiloting is a necessity because it's the only way to travel long distances when your schedule is busy. Not so. You can always break up your journey into pieces and do a few jumps per day.
I'm not certain what the problem is here, but I'm guessing this guy wasted a PLEX.
Our Agents are remarkable. They're even able to gank autopiloters who don't play EVE.
Ever notice how genuine new players like Damasceno SaadiAltir have a much better attitude about being ganked than do the veterans? They haven't been infected by carebearism yet.
More and more people these days read the Code and accept its many truths. They might need a little kick in the pod to start obeying it, but that's no problem at all. The New Order has Thrashers to spare.
To be continued...