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Your instructor was actually correct, research has time and again shown that males are indeed better at mathematics. Of course you can find a female who is exceptionally gifted in math, however, in general, males do better with math. It has to do with the different ways in which male and female brains work.
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Nice write up Meatloaf. I notice that you never give a slurl to the places you review. This would be helpful for readers to find the sims you review. Thanks, Edna
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@All Seeing Eye. Open that all seeing eye and re-read my post jackass. I'm not going in your store anyway, I think buying anything is Second Life is a waste of money. LL gave me a folder of free clothes and shapes. I would feel silly "buying" what was given to me for free. People like you are the problem with America today. Nobody owes you a living friend, that is your responsibility. Most of us in SL are there for entertainment and have nothing to do with this copy bot crap yet you think you have a right to impose on my use of Second Life to fatten your bank account? Screw you. If you want to make money in SL go ahead, but with this device you are imposing on my liberty solely to benefit you. I'm tired of supporting crybabies that won't do for themselves. Learn how to script and put a damn call back function in your item so it won't rez unless the person trying to rezz it is listed as a legit buyer in a database. Put a friggin watermark on your textures that shows your store name or slurl. If you can't figure out how to protect your business without imposing on the rights and liberties of others that owe you nothing then like I said earlier, get the hell out of SL.
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I had to check the date to ensure this wasn't an April Fools post. I've been using SL for five years now and have never copy botted anything. I do, however, enjoy trying out new viewers when I come across them. I've never seen a veiwer yet that puts a disclaimer before you download and use that says "This viewer is only to be used for copy botting and griefing". So I try out a new viewer having no intention of copying or perhaps having no idea that I could copy, and I am put on a list of known criminals? I think it is the other way around; the morons that use the device are the griefers and the people who are the real criminals. What the hell is wrong with Linden Lab to yet again let something like this exist in Second Life, let alone have it for sale on their site? If LL wants to retain and grow the memberbase, they really need to put a stop to these people who undermine their platform by bypassing the LL discipline procedures. I don't give rat's ass about copy botting, I'm in SL for entertainment. I don't buy foolish new things and have nothing to do with the situation. I should not have to be put out so some moron that does can make a buck. Get a real life job like most adults get. If a content developer can't stand the risk of copy botting or refuses to follow the proper channels to report it, then they should get the hell out of Second Life. The vast magority of SL users don't need your new tee-shirt or whatever crap you are selling so sod off and stop trying to interfere with my and everyone else's enjoyment of SL. I am with you Senban Babii, SL residents need to boycott any and every area in SL that uses this system.
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That one is pretty damn hot. Shame that there is always a 60 year-old fat man behind these hottie avatars.
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I run several adults web sites where amateur women can and do post their photos. Everyday there is another one of them complaining that they surfed the web and found their beaver shots posted on some photo sharing site without their permission. We’re talking photos of these women showing their face and engaged in sexual acts here, and now these women who are college students, lawyers, teachers, doctors, etc have no control over where their intimate photos are being shown. When they come crying to me (there is nothing I can do for them once it leaves my sites) I tell them the same thing I would tell content creators in Second Life…once you post (or rez in this case) something on the internet, you have no way of getting it back. A simple rule to live by; if you can’t bear the thought of something being out there with no control over it, then don’t post it. If you are old enough to post a photo of your VJ on the web or to create an object in Second Life, you are old enough to know that there will always be some scumbag waiting to steal/copy it within seconds of it appearing on the web. Hell, it isn't even limited to web based stuff, ask Rolex, Louis Vitton, etc. about their "Chinese Lines". Right or wrong, that’s just how it is.
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Congratulations in even getting your freshman to come to class. I figured ALL 18 and 19 year-olds were too stoned or busy sexting to bother with going to class. Our younger generation is doomed. Doomed.
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(Sung to the tune of Monster Mash) I was walking through the Lab late one night When my eyes beheld an eerie sight It was Prokofy – he was nude – as were several Lindens And then when I looked down - I saw they were all riding Scion chickens I thought to myself these must be delusions from my flu But when I turned around – I saw that Phil was there too It was the Lab It was the Linden Lab The Linden Lab The place was looking pretty drab The Linden Lab But they say the break rooms’s pretty fab At Linden Lab It was the Linden Lab
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Oh brother. You bought it, you own it. End of story, ignore those silly restrictions. Content creators - if you don't want people to own stuff you've made, don't sell it. Pretty simple, you can't have it both ways. Don't take my hard earned money and then turn around and say you aren't giving me what I paid for. "Boo Hoo if paying customers are meanies and say they want they pay for us content creators won't make new stuff". Guess what? Who cares? You don't think SL already has enough boots, dresses, shirts, houses, and other junk already? I've worn the same hair, clothes, and shoes in SL since 2006. Not changing my outfit has never once caused me to have less enjoyment or stopped me from doing what I want in SL. Once I took the freebie outfit Mercedes Benz was giving out at their sim. How many times have I worn it? Never, not a once. Grow the hell up. This ain't real life. You don't need to change you clothes in SL, and you sure as hell don't need "sex beds". If you get off watching avatars (aka cartoons) making repetitive movements resembling sex acts, maybe you need to take a very serious look look at your mental health. As far as the damn chickens, I bought some and let them starve. I already paid for them and see no need to give more money to that silly alien to keep them "alive". When they died from starvation, I dropped them right into Sion's inventory with a note telling him what he could do with them.
Toggle Commented Oct 20, 2009 on Brown Suede Boots With EULA at Alphaville Herald
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