Have your say on the direction and operation of PCEO
Members of PCEO (as well as the wider public) are finally being given the chance to voice their opinion on important matters regarding the direction of PCEO and it's top level leadership.
A new [PCEO] Democracy page has been set up with a collection of public polls to help inform & guide the direction of the community. The first round of polling has been set up to establish sentiment regarding:
The polls are understood to be non-binding, meaning they will not directly result in direct changes , but rather help improve understanding of the current mindset of members and the wider public.
A recently filed class-action suit has divided opinion between fans of a classic model of vehicle. The Karin Jester, an iconic brand with a lasting legacy, has earned its fair share of reputation over the years but a recent lawsuit amid a brand relaunch threatens to taint said reputation.
In a stunning turn of events for the Los Santos legal district today, a lawsuit has been successfully filed for the first time since 1996. Three days ago, Edward Pine was making deliveries to a popular nightclub in the West Vinewood area. As he was making his rounds, he alleges that his delivery truck, a silver Bravado Rumpo, was sideswiped by a purple Benefactor
Glendale. The owner of the Glendale, Mary Porter, alleges that she was exiting a nearby parking lot when Mr. Pine carelessly pulled away from the nightclub and sideswiped her. Police provided us with this photo taken after the fact.
About two days ago, an early morning jogger notified authorities of a car wreckage off Baytree Canyon Road in Vinewood Hills. The car, a yellow Bollokan Prairie, was found heavily damaged in a ditch about 100 yards north of the road’s intersection with Mount Haan Drive.
The long awaited results of PCEO Fashion 2018 are finally with us!
Points were awarded by members for 3 categories; style, creativity and sex appeal. The combined points total has been counted, but the result is so close that it's impossible to pick an outright winner. Unbelievably, both of the top two candidates finished with a grand total of 513 points each!
Congratulations to all the winners, and a big thank you to everyone who took part. Awards for the top 3 contestants in each category, along with a breakdown of all the scores can be found below:
Earlier today, Blaine County residents were shocked to see a private jet make an emergency landing at the McKenzie Field Airstrip in Grapeseed. According to authorities, a Buckingham Nimbus flight from San Fierro to Los Santos had reported an engine failure and pilot Rich Ford was forced to perform emergency maneuvers.
After they had finished speaking to the local authorities, we questioned pilot Rich Ford, and co-pilot Fernando Jimenez, on what exactly had occurred. Mr. Ford gave us a timeline of events and Mr. Jimenez explained the reasoning behind their decision-making.
Having previously attacked PCEO lobbies, controversial members Xenograag and friends are now settling into life as citizens of PCEO. The decision to form a truce and invite the group into the Peaceful community has divided opinion amongst members:
The voting card is embedded below. If you cannot see it, then you can launch the voting card in a separate window instead by clicking here.
PCEO fashion 2018 submissions are now open to all members of the Peaceful CEO community.
Finalists will be invited to take part at an in-game recording to showcase some of the hottest threads in Los Santos.
Users of pceo.online were frustrated today, after a wordpress vulnerability lead to the appearance of unwanted popups on the site.
Peaceful CEOs took to reddit to alert the team of the issue, and site admins quickly identified and removed the malicious code. Admins are now working hard to restore the platform to prevent re-infections:
Thanks to a generous donation by member Cxsket, PCEO News was finally able to purchase it's own Maverick Helicopter today. As a result of this acquisition, the cash strapped media company has reduced it's Aerial footage cost from Lester's extortionate rate of $700 per 12 minutes, to a much more reasonable rate of $200 per spawn.
The PCEO founder had this to say:
We've always wanted a helicopter here at PCEO News. They're used daily, but after purchasing the News office and garage we just didnt have the money left over. I've already sold a bunch of personal cars and even sunk my Classic Sentinel refund into the company. Despite this, we were still about 200K short for the cheapest helicopter before today. Getting one now is the icing on the cake and we're very grateful indeed.
oo7im has apologised to fellow member iscareurparrot, after an accidental weapon discharge resulted in the player's unexpected death.
oo7im and the rest of the development team are still hard at work preparing www.peacefulgamers.com for it's official launch announcement.
Work is currently focused on streamlining the 'back end' application system, as well as finalising plans for an exciting in-game launch event for [PCEO] members.
Whilst work on the project continues, the wider [PCEO] team is still doing a great job providing security for lobbies and ensuring things run smoothly.
A day of celebration and leisure turned violent on Friday, when a gathering of peaceful citizens with their blimps and other aircraft was met with police brutality in yet another such incident to plague our fair city.
When PCEO News arrived on the scene, it was a majestic spectacle: an air show on Del Perro beach, with a rainbow of blimps and specialty aircraft, and citizens gathered in peaceful enjoyment. It didn't take long, however, for the many celebratory flares filling the sky to create panic among our generally calm and helpful police force.
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