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Oh CCP, Why are you making my computer suffer?

The launch of CCP's new launcher is just becoming a pain in the ass. Today, my lovely gaming machine that normally eats processor hogs for breakfast started vomiting all over the eve client. I had to drop my graphics settings on one client to free up processor room. It seems to be a familiar problem. I know they need to tweak the launcher more but it is damn annoying all the same.

Beyond that, I am back home and happy about it. I'm exhausted since my time is in the wrong zone but that just means its a perfect time to wander around and do silly things. I tried some pewpew but the guy docked to fast. I've mostly been salvaging and making isk.

Having finally gotten my standings over a 7 I pulled my first level 5 mission ever. Yay me. We will do it later today I think.

Right now I'm jsut readjusting myself, dealing with jetlag and selling teh salvage from my level 5 missions as well as the backlog from my level 3's. In the background in Rens, some guy is trying to convince people to invest in his Investment corp. People are cheerfully trolling him. I am sure enough people will actually listen and give it a try. Banks succeed in Eve because people are greedy, optimistic, and ignorant. I think I will follow this group, named The Guild of Collegious Investors to see if they succeed or become yet another Eve scam story. Either will be amusing.

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