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Logistics Skillbook Injected

I finally finished the last prereq to logistics today. Yay for my plan but lord it sucked. I've had a few skill setbacks as I've had to take a day here and there to learn other items for other reasons that affected me a bit more personally and immediately. The funny thing is I spent the 24 mil for the skill book and injected it. An hour later, looking at my wallet, I couldn't figure what I had spent 24 million on. I checked transactions and felt like an idiot.

Now I'm going to take some time to improve my drones and skill myself fully and comfortably into my logistics role. I am feeling, right now, that I won't be called upon to use it anytime soon. I still have to skill into logistics 5 and that is another month of training. I'm going to give myself a few weeks doing other things that will help me with what I do every day (such as pewpew for isk) and then plug that in.

Also, I forgot a skill with my poor Alt so she is delayed by a day to getting medium autocannon specialization. I ran up to the station that had the loyalty point store I needed and gleefully spent 3,200lp for the book. However, when I tried to inject it, it told me that I was an idiot. Whoops. That is fine however, I don't have my ships in the area yet. I hope to god that someone does the jump freighter run this weekend.

In my continual restructure of who or what I am in Eve, I've decided to stop being so damn closed mouthed with people that irritate me. So yes, I've upped the bitch factor some and I feel a lot better for doing it.

I have a new player chat room I hang out in. I like it there. One guy however is a bit vicious with his comments and his opinions of everything. He has just started running incursions and he is busy showing screen shots of his wallet and whining that they are being nerfed. He acts like the nerf is removing the damn things from the game. He admits that he enjoys the fact that he doesn't have to pay a damn bit of attention to them and the isk just flows in. I don't care what people do for their isk. I'd whore on incursions in a moment. What bothers me is when people

Instead, I chew at my low sec sites. I'm making plenty of isk so I'm not complaining. I got to finish two of them before work today for instance. The wormhole that has been making life irritating has closed finally. However, thanks to the dozens of wardecs the alliance has sent out the area of overrun with neutral toons, many from those alliances.

Oh, time to put the oneiros together....

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