My campaign strategy is not a difficult one to grasp. I wish to represent all players. You do not need to be part of a large alliance. You do not need to go along with the status quo. Your voice is as important as anyone else’s. I’ve been adamant and steadfast in this belief despite much criticism over the years. Continue reading
I had the sincere pleasure of being part of a Lost in EVE debate podcast over the weekend. Sadly, I had to cancel my appearance on EVE Radio due to a real life tragedy that also occurred over the weekend. If you haven’t voted yet, you owe it to yourself to listen to this debate. Continue reading
Haven’t voted yet? See what other CSM 7 and other CSM 8 Candidates have to say about me before you do, then get out and vote!
I want you to vote for me. I honestly believe it’s a vote well spent. It’s important. What’s more important is that you vote at all. That matters most. Continue reading
It often amazed me how malnourished most pod pilots looked. Relying on their tube fed protein goop for sustenance, many of us had alienated ourselves from our own humanity, from the enjoyments that came from the simpler things in life. Things like a good stew. Continue reading
Sometimes I felt like I was doing it right. That’s a great feeling that I held onto until the next crappy thing came along. Shakor’s words still echoed in my mind about my “non-platform”, about not playing the political game and pandering to the masses on a given topic. Apparently, providing a dedicated avenue of communication to the people wasn’t sexy and attractive, and Shakor’s bet, as well as many others, was against me securing a seat on the Council of Stellar Management. Continue reading
There is often a misconception regarding politics – that it is a game played by soft, old men that can no longer play war. That is a naive and foolish viewpoint. Continue reading
Recently I put out the question via Twitter: Why should your voice matter to the CSM? Here are some of the replies that quickly came forward.
@ROW_Skyreth They’re meant to speak for we players. No point in them otherwise.
@TheDranchsause Because the CSM is there to give a face to the voice of those who, for whatever reason, aren’t CSM.
@AzamiNevinyrall Because they relay my concerns and suggestions to CCP …