How to turn Chat On/Off and rearrange the Chat Order To turn your chat On or Off, you first need to click the settings button on the main menu in 8 Ball Pool.
If you are having trouble finding the button, you can see where it is by looking at the picture below: On the settings menu, you will see 3 options: Sound, Ignore Chat Messages and Chat Order.
There are eight official Cipher Pols that are numbered from CP1 to CP8 with two unofficial units, which are named CP9 and CP-0. 9 has the license to kill any citizen that does not cooperate with the World Government or acts in contrary to its interests.
If they encounter pirates, they will apprehend them, but, as an agency, Cipher Pol seems to focus more on political threats to the World Government than more generic criminals.
So far, the CP agencies seen on the Grand Line are CP5, CP6, CP7, CP9 and CP-0.
They supplement the Intelligence Branch of the World Government's Marine forces, but seem to operate more as a counter-insurgency agency that also has more general law enforcement duties.
They have some authority regarding recruitment for the Marines, even dealing with the Underworld for unique individuals.
This person will be the main account holder, and can also set up other people as ' Delegate Users'.
"14, 88" is a code among neo-Nazis and white supremacists referring to one of two 14-word pledges repeated by members of the Aryan Nation: "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children" or "Because the beauty of the White Aryan woman must not perish from the earth." The repetition of "88" refers to the eighth letter of the alphabet, "H," which is how neo-Nazis abbreviate "heil Hitler" so they can quietly signal each other.
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There's a concept called "Baneposting" where trolls fill comment sections with references to a line spoken by Tom Hardy's character, Bane, to Aidan Gillen's character during the opening scene of The Dark Knight Rises.