- HEADLINES: CARRIER’S FIRST BATTLEFIELD DEPLOYMENT - AL HASA
- EDITORIAL “LEARN THE FUCKING INTERNET YOU FUCKING SUDACAS.”
- TRADE US MineZ Trade Run
- TRADE US MineZ Trade
- TRADE US MineZ Trade
- PvP Drill 102nd Mass PvP Event - Run for your Lives
- DOMESTIC Shrauger both Pride and Disappointment
- FINANCE Spyware could not get the PIN. Flogged for incompetence.
- ORDERS: *
AL HASA, GRAVELANDS- The much vaunted Aircraft Carrier experienced its first combat trials while raiding Al Hasa. As with all jobs and occupations, it was realized that the Carrier pilot was also important and not just the Carrier weapons themselves. The carrier was much appreciated by those who the carrier pilot directly supported(predictable), but it was noted that those who the Carrier often supported were those who broke out of formation way too much to pursue premium players retreating and the Carrier pilot had to keep signaling them to return to formation. The group killed five players in total in one raid and captured about four diamond swords and iron armor sets.
Irishkaiser - Another conversation with a certain Imperial Citizen, unfortunately, it did not turn out as cool or as smart as the previous one. Alright you fucking faggots, it’s time to teach you worthless dumbasses a thing or two about the internet because it seems you all have either incomplete ideas or myths about the internet, connection and ping rates.
Now, the most common myth and the main point I’m going to tackle is this fucking racist lie about how internet connection is simply by region(NA/EU/AU… etc.) and that ping is everything when deciding connection rates. Ping does gives a rough estimate of the time it takes for a minimum amount of data being sent and returned you douchebags, but there are way more factors than that as to what describes a good connection.
You also have to consider the amount of packets(or bits of information) you can send at a time which can be limited by packet loss from various factors or even by your service provider’s shitty prices and deals. What the fuck do you people think Mbps is used to MEASURE FOR? Most people know what it means, but think it only applies to them or their local areas and think that when it goes on an international level, it doesn’t really count.
Someone with a shit connection or shit country thanks to glorious-leader types usually have a lower average of Mbps that they can send or download at a time.
Another myth is that people think that you simply send information to server hubs and then magically, it’s sent all the way to the recipient’s computer as if it’s DHL or any package delivery service. That’s fucking wrong and that’s not even the right metaphor as international package delivery services may take indirect routes for various reasons(dropping off other packages, don’t have clearance to land, need fuel).
Take a look at this map of undersea internet cables around the world. Look at that shit. A LOT OF countries or colonies there just have no direct connection with each other. Or else that map would look like a messy pile of crisscrosses that’s completely ignoring physical and arbitrary boundaries. That’s only international by the way, countries can have variances and different policies and infrastructures on domestic internet which means that the information being sent has to go through the routes each individual countries have built for themselves BEFORE IT ARRIVES.
Now, for a minimum amount of information sent(pinging), this is negligible but when you start sending constant streams of packet information you suddenly realize a lot of things factor to make sure that even ALL YOUR PACKETS GET SENT THROUGH. Sometimes, some internet gateways can experience huge bottlenecks one day and can only send in a couple at a time because it can get overloaded(that’s why there’s a Mbps limits) because of some porn addicts.
There is also the countries' own business competition landscape to consider such as an internet service provider’s outright refusal to peer to another(this is rare) or deliberately cheats another internet service provider when peering with them(this is more common). Yes, business between competitors is also a factor and sometimes it’s not a good one.
An example would be SingTel, the biggest Singaporean internet service provider and also conveniently has close ties with the government. The reason it’s the biggest is because it holds a practical fucking monopoly on INTERNATIONAL GATEWAYS AND CONNECTIONS. Other companies survive and get by by other means, but they are generally concentrated and better suited for local connections and are pretty fucking good when playing domestically as SingTel is just negligibly slower in such a small country.
The other companies also have TO FUCKING PEER TO SINGTEL TO GET SUFFICIENT INTERNATIONAL GATEWAYS. Of course, as a business, SingTel wouldn’t just give it to them. A similar story is here in the Philippines, the worst internet connection in fucking Asia, about monopolies fucking with competitors and people, charging high rates for shitty ass gateway accesses, though MAD-MAN DUTERTE THREATENED THE INTERNET SERVICE INDUSTRY THAT IF THEY DON’T GET THEIR SHIT TOGETHER AND PROVIDE MEANINGFUL SERVICE, HE WILL ACTUALLY INVITE FOREIGN COMPETITION.
WE LOVE YOU, PRESIDENT.
And so, I close this editorial to tell you that a lot of things factor into connection you American dumbasses who have never read a single book in your lives other than your gay ass Percy Jacksons.
1) Direct/Indirect connection between countries.
2) Mbps allotment
3) Infrastructure/IF YOUR PACKETS CAN EVEN GET THERE
4) Local politics and economy
These four broad factors can decide whether the internet is good and not just based on /ping you fucking sudacas. God, you Americans are dumbasses but I only put up with you because you also have bountious amounts of sluts. Yeehaw.
The Directory proudly announces that has cancelled the trade run for a major Military Exercise
The Directory proudly announces that it has delivered
5 Infinity Bows
in value exchange for
I actually do not know, but Saltpeter, eh?
The Directory proudly announces that it has delivered
in value exchange for
I forgot exactly, but someone made another low trade that’s akin to TOURISM. /u/cyclone please correct me on what you actually traded.
A major military exercise where the subordinate officers failed to organize their men. A recreation of a certain campaign.
Failures were also seen in high command where the Field General made a typo by adding a negative to coordinates and effectively divided the force in half when logging in. The Engineer has learned not to place his cobwebs as soon as they reach the area as he WASTED FOUR FUCKING COBWEBS WHEN HE ARRIVED ON PLACES THAT DIDN’T FUCKING NEED THEM.
People also seemed to dick around in the cobwebs which may cost lives if unguarded, so please stay away from them. The 93rd’s supply train was well-trained as he was a veteran but the 501st’s supply train seemed to want to expose himself to danger all the time. Maybe he wants to just be in the thick of action, but being in the thick of action is NOT WHERE THE SUPPLY TRAIN IS SUPPOSED TO BE.
The only casualty came from the 93rd who died of “natural causes” and not of any hostile elements. Which is good because you know, anything can happen in war and a single misstep or a forgotten water drink can lead to SUDDEN DEATH.
Most people have learned what it takes to run for your lives now. But the planning left to the subordinates IS EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTING. The author feels that though the senior officers appointed their subordinates to plan, the author thinks that during their training, the senior officers are WAY TOO CONTROLLING and does not give the subordinate officers the independence needed to help them grow in their positions, which is essential for smart, intelligent battlefield officers. One in particular, from the 501st is seen as too quiet and submissive to be in that role, only because a senior officer appointed him to that role was he given to it.
Yes, the author does not deny that THAT is what the military exercise is all about as it is to give them hands on experience, but the author complains that when he was given the subordinates, the subordinates were sold to him as “ready for it”.
Shrauger just done a lot of good this week, but our confidence in him with a certain Victor-Alpha has been demoralized with the issue that there’s a deadlock and delay. But Shrauger done good this week… He done good.
It’s my fault. Really, I’m sorry, but my schedule has really not been with the market time(opens at 9:30AM-11:30AM, 2:30PM-4:30PM). I will punish myself by inserting more money into the Clan Bank for loss opportunity.
1) Trade Run completed. SOP.
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