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Dave
Nanga
David, Lord Junibalya, 3rd Duke of Nanga
Interests: Art, Sailing, Second Life
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This looks really beautiful. Nice article!
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Thanks for making the suggestion RedWrath! You are most welcome.
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Thank you Ally. Happy New Year to you too. The work is not just mine. The stamp team provides all the key data. Teresa, Robert and other team members provide most of the journalism. My humble contribution as editor is just to put it together. I'd like to publish a lot more information about our stamp locations, so would encourage readers to make use of our Events & Announcements section, which is there for just that purpose.
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Thanks for picking up the typo, Robert. I have fixed it.
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Well done Martina! Your enthusiasm is an inspiration.
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I agree Martina. Both are lovely designs but Sandy’s is more official-looking. 🙂
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Hello Martina. I am glad to see you are first on the scene as usual! As I said in Events & Announcements, the terminal at Impervectly Pervect is still not yet in place. We're hoping the owner is OK, but have no reason to suppose it's not coming soon. I am afraid that the RTCSL terminal has been withdrawn. Sorry about that. Have a great day.
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... and thank you for your kind word about the article.
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Thank you for the heads-up Martina. As we discussed on-site when I visited in response to your message, I seem to have jumped the gun on this one. It had been reported that the terminal was placed but that's apparently not true. I have taken it out of New Locations for this week. I am very sorry to have wasted your time and that of other readers.
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Thank you, Amanda.
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You’re right. The risk isn’t millions of users causing prices to rise. The real risk is that an ambitious expansion fails and LL goes bust. Those of us who treasure SL will be rooting for it to succeed.
Far be it from me – as a mere muggle – to second guess the artistic intent of a fine artist. I'd assumed it was a culinary reference. https://www.gimmesomeoven.com/jambalaya-recipe/
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Thank you very much Andie. Glad you enjoyed Teresa's article and I am sure you'll enjoy the train when you catch it.
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Thank you Martina and Amanda, you are both very kind.
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You got them all!? Wow. Well done Martina. Yes, I am writing a report on BBBack to Earth for next Saturday's Gazette, but your comment is most warmly appreciated. Your enthusiastic presence during SL20B has been inspiring. Thank you.
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Martina, our SSiDs are all programmed to stop working today - the official closing day. I am not sure if they will be extended, so fingers crossed. I believe you have collected every stamp that was available in practice so you can congratulate yourself. I hope to see you at today's party, where you may be in for a pleasant surprise.
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You are too kind Robert. I don’t have your tech skills so this kind of work is all I can contribute to SL. I love how it introduces me to people with all kinds of enthusiasms I would never otherwise have met. Like you for one very good example! Sent from my iPhone
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If your YouTube settings had permitted, I would have embedded it in The Gazette like Robert's.
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Thank you so much for your comment, Tarrah. I am happy your'e having a good time at SLB and look forward to seeing you at BBBlast Off!!
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Thanks for your comment Tigermeat. I hope you get to meet all the Ambassadors!
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