Saturday, June 6, 2020

Highsec Miner Grab Bag #211


Time for more content! Welcome to the latest edition of the Highsec Miner Grab Bag.


I don't know why carebears complain about being ganked. According to people like Daj Padecain, they actually make money by losing all their stuff.


Lelouch ViBranton sounds like he would be neutral between the fireman and the fire. Sorry, Lelouch, but you're either in compliance with the Code or you aren't.


After losing his ship, Holden Fall invited Agent Dishrag to discuss the matter in person--presumably to engage in violence in-game. Dishrag declined, leaving Holden uncertain of how to proceed:


Of course, Dishrag instructed the miner to simply obey the Code if he wanted to mine. Holden considered this...


Alas, the miner lost his mind again. Which means he'll probably be losing another ship, too.


Biggus-Dickus chose to CONCORD his Orca while it was being awoxed. Miners, you should always take a deal when it's offered by an Agent.


"my corp is in war with the CODE i think"? Maybe check that out?


In fact, our Agents do the impossible every day.


...A typical afternoon in the "Mining" channel.


What are the odds that this miner washed his hands?


The Code is an unstoppable force. Miners, you can either pay now, or pay later and lose your ship. Our Agents will be standing by to accept your isk once you've finished doing the math.

19 comments:

  1. Miners are scum.

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  2. I'm out of the loop what's up with the Greer thing?

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    1. Among other miner-things he threatened with legal action for his videogame-character was featured here. Later he decided that spamming this very blog would cause the downfall of Code, and he tried to extort James in order for him to stop.

      Ahh and he initially posted with an account on his actual name, so we remember him as such.

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    2. lol he claimed to be launching a DDOS attack by spamming the comments, and was bragging about how he was crashing James' laptop

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    3. I have to admit I had to spend and extra 1.7 seconds on average to scroll trough his miner-things for reading the comments. This marks the most trouble a miner (or AG) caused since James saved highsec.

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  3. "my corp is in war with the CODE i think"? Maybe check that out?

    lololol

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  4. Those who fail to learn from the mistakes of their predecessors are destined to repeat them.

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  5. "The Code is an unstoppable force. Miners, you can either pay now, or pay later and lose your ship."

    I honestly don't understand why this is so hard for miners to understand, especially this far into it. How many years, how many tens of thousands of dead highsec criminals, before they learn?

    Miners are dumb.

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  6. The Code is an unstoppable farce. Anon 2:24 am, that is what you meant to say.

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    1. I win anon 4:10 PM. Much rage CODE rage trigger for little effort.

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    2. Nope, you just got told the facts, and you can't understand that. Low I.Q. and all, you are obviously another highsec shitter that's too stupid to quit, like shardani.

      But you just keep posting tears and rage, miner. Your kind will always fail.

      Always!

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    3. You seem upset. This might help.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diazepam

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  7. Is the New Order Treasury about half what it was not so long ago?

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    1. Your kind (low IQ) have been fixated on that for 7 or 8 years now.

      What's your point, and what's changed since 2012?

      How much ISK in the ag coffers? Oh yea...

      You're a special type shitter, huh?

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  8. Anon508 You whine worse than a miner. I swear you ARE a miner lol

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    1. "look at meeeeeeeeReeeeeee!"

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  9. Then Lucy IntheSky WithDiamonds promptly humilated herself: ganked in an Orca as well, and dropping way more loot then her previous kill lol. Filthy miner!
    https://zkillboard.com/kill/84744030/

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