Ah, Miner Bingo. It's a tradition almost as old as the Code itself.
When one looks at the Miner Bingo board, one's gaze naturally falls upon its center square. The center square is the most valuable one, since it can be used to complete a Bingo on the diagonals.
It's not by chance that the center square received its designation. It contains the highsec miner's favorite word.
Time and time again, a miner's thoughts drift back to that same word, much the same way one's gaze is drawn to the center of the Miner Bingo board. Sometimes the word describes the sum total of the miner's thoughts at that moment.
On other occasions, the miner does have a bit more substantive message that he wishes to communicate--but only in tandem with his favorite word, which tends to eclipse or undermine said message.
In fact, in most situations, the miner doesn't have a point to make. He knows this would be too obvious if he were to send a blank EVEmail, so he must fill it with something. With what? You guessed it. The word is added--sometimes repeatedly--to create the illusion of a thought.
For example, consider this EVEmail. It's virtually nonsensical. "Blunt blow in the same location and will be gf bitch"? Yet even if the substance of the message could be translated into plain, intelligible English, we would gain nothing, because there is no substance. Therefore, we lose nothing by the fact that we cannot understand the miner's words.
An even more extreme example:
You see? Though the translation was garbled, we understand this miner as well as we would if we could speak perfect Russian.
Some miners think they're not allowed to curse in EVE. They don't abandon their favorite word, though. They can't. "Fokin" or some other corruption will have to do.
When a miner deploys the F-bomb, his true intentions are always revealed, no matter how he may dress them up. Here, the miner's rage is ineffectively concealed by his alleged (and frequently debunked) argument, "You can't claim territory in highsec!"
And here, "That loss has already been replaced." (It hasn't.)
"I'll get my revenge on you with my elite PvP main or powerful friends from nullsec." (He won't.)
"Suicide ganking isn't PvP." (It is.)
Of course, some miners manage to refrain. Their self-control is enough--barely.
But our Agents know what's in their hearts, and no miner can hide it for long.