A few months ago I had some customers ask me if I accepted Bitcoin, and I had to say no because I did not know very much about it. So I started reading about it and after a many articles and videos, I have decided to add it as a payment method.
I don’t know if it’s a Fad or the Future, but from what I understand it has a lot of potential. More anonymous purchases, lower fees, no middle man, and less risk for fraud / identity theft.
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Also, I want to take this opportunity to talk about some recent updates I have done, and others I am working on…
- I have added fittings and a video discussion for the Scythe Fleet Issue (ScyFi) to the SFI PRO Guide
- I have added a new Fleet Video guide to the Frigate PRO Guide which teaches how to run a Interceptor + Stealth Bomber Fleet
- I am recording some new videos for the Anti-Inty section of the Frigate PRO Guide
- I am redoing the Fitting Guide and Cheat Sheet for the Anty-Inty Guide to better fit Rubicon
As always, all updates are free. Simply log in and the delivery pages are updated to show the new updates.
As is Tradition, I have re-edited my recent Night Walker PVP Video to slow it down to real time speed and narrate through all the fights. Doing this allows me to show you my thought process and describe the tactics I used to get the fights and kills.
You will see me fly the Wolf, Federation Navy Comet, Vexor Navy Issue, and Tornado.
Remember to watch in full screen at 1080p…
Note: What follows is my account of EVE Vegas. Much has been forgotten because of too much alcohol and too little sleep. And much will be omitted due to the “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” Rule.
Still dazed from the night before I have no memory of when I woke up Sunday. I believe I woke up around 10am when Chubs and Shaz came to my room. They had to check out before 11am and after they did, they stored their bags in my room. Not long after that Weze also dropped his luggage off in the room so he wouldn’t have to carry it around all day until his flight.
I had done well so far this weekend and had only had very mild Hangovers. But today was different. Something about mixing Vodka and Redbull leads to a sour stomach the next day. Not to mention I was tired and felt like a Zombie for the first 3-6 hours of the day.
We then reunited our entire group, with a addition of someone we had met the night before named Muffy Rox who apparently is blue with a group we had been fighting recently in Genesis.
Most of the group was now hungry, while I still felt like garbage. Some how there was a unanimous vote for us to go to In and Out Burger.
A few minutes later someone with a phone told us there was one only a mile and a half away. Due to the fact we would have to walk, we began to lose hope and our dreams of In and Out started to fade.
Then out of no where Muffy Rox told us she had a car and could drive us. Shocked by this revelation, we accepted her offer and walked down to the parking garage. It turns out she had a Cadillac Escalade which was an added bonus.
Once we were in route we relied on Amorir to navigate us to our Lunch/Breakfast. Unfortunately, his …Read More…
Note: What follows is Day 3 of my account of EVE Vegas. Much has been forgotten because of too much alcohol and too little sleep. And much will be omitted due to the “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” Rule.
My alarm went off at 9am. I had previously set it for 8:30 but thankfully changed my mind.
Strangely, despite the fact that I had only gotten about 4 hours of sleep, I jumped out of bed with ease and made my way to the bathroom to get ready for EVE Vegas check in which started at 9am.
Dehydrated from the heavy drinking the night before, I decided it was best to find some kind of fluids. My first thought was to go to the Sports Deli and get a fountain drink, since they have free refills and I could be certain to quench my thirst.
When I arrived at the Sports Deli they had a breakfast menu out and I could see them cooking breakfast on the grill and griddle. It looked good so I ordered something called a “QB” which is ham, eggs, cheese, and some potatoes.
Sounds good huh?
Wrong! It tasted like cardboard, $14 dollars of bland cardboard. Evidently they are against adding any fat or flavor to their foods.
I forced almost half of it down while watching football (it was noon back on the east coast and the Gators were playing) then threw the rest away.
Now it was time to find the conference area where I could check in and get my Battleship model. The signs were easy enough to follow but they never ended, just one long hallway after another for what seemed like a mile.
Finally, at the end of my trek I started to see Space Bros carrying bags filled with Battleships, and just past them a desk with people at it.
I approached the desk, ticket in hand and was given the choice of a Tempest or Apocalypse. I had wanted the Megathron but evidently they didn’t even bring those. So I settled for the tempest since it looks more like a spaceship and not a futuristic laser rifle.
After getting the battleship I was given a T-shirt for EVE Vegas 2013 and some coupons for in game shirts and Dust suits.
Swag in hand I decided to go drop it at the room and see if Astro had woke up yet before attending any talks.
When I got to the room Astro was ready to leave, so I dropped my loot and we headed back to walk the never ending hallways.
Talking on the way down, Astro informed me that Chubs and Shaz had stayed up all night drinking and were among the first in line to check in with beers in hand. After checking in at 9am they evidently went back to their room to pass out and were not seen again until about 5pm.
Once Astro had gotten his loot, we headed for the large conference room and found 2 others in our group.
The first talk we heard was about doing Exploration Combat Sites in Null Sec to make ISK. Evidently this guy had worked out that the best way to do it was with two faction / plex fit Sin Black Ops Battleships and a Proteus on 3 accounts.
The process was simple… Fit for the exact resists of the rats, use the right damage, find sites with the Proteus, covert cyno in the RR Sins, run the site, and cloak up. This avoided camps because the Black Ops always jumped through the cyno and not gates.
It was an interesting idea and I see no reason why it wouldn’t pull in the stated 1 billion ISK per night when put to use.
Next up was the big Announcement Talk about the new Rubicon Expansion.
This really didn’t reveal much but between this talk and some later questioning of the Devs I …Read More…
Note: What follows is Day 2 of my account of EVE Vegas. Much has been forgotten because of too much alcohol and too little sleep. And much will be omitted due to the “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” Rule.
I woke up at the crack of noon, in truth I had been just tossing and turning for hours but hadn’t felt motivated enough to get out of bed.
It had been 24 hours since my last shower so I figured I must be stinking a little at this point. So I headed for the shower. Once in the shower, standing there naked, I looked to my right only to notice a very creepy window into the hotel room.
From this I could clearly see Astro watching TV and broke out in laughter at how creepy it was. On the other side of the wall the Window is Camouflaged by a big mirror, only adding to the creepiness.
Moments later we were off to find some food, I suggested the Sports Deli because the day before I had gotten a Half Pound Cheese Burger that was reasonably good and only $13 bucks with a drink.
I order just Fries and a Fountain Drink while Astro gets a large $12 dollar Turkey Sub.
After repeated attempts to contact Shaz and Chubs (the former Usurper now Gents guys), Astro and I decide we should walk the Strip and go do the Roller Coaster at NYNY.
This was complicated by my inability to tell Google Maps I was walking not driving. But, with persistence Google pointed us in the right direction and we were off on what would be a long walk with A LOT of stairs.
It was about 3 miles to get to the NYNY and 2 of those miles were on the strip which rather than using cross walks prefers to make you walk up stairs (escalators if you’re lucky) to get to a bridge over the street.
Toward the beginning of our walk we came across a very large crowd and tons of police in front of the Bellagio. As we squeezed through the crowd to get by we realized it was a press conference about the movie “Last Vegas” where apparently some of the Stars in the movie would make an appearance.
It was a warm day with temps somewhere around 80 degrees and humidity at a laughable 15% or so. Compared to Florida this is much more bearable because your sweat actually evaporates, unlike in Florida where …Read More…