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We do a lot of things in SL that would break the law in real life. If SL was real, what crimes do you think you would be convicted of?

For myself, I'd probably be convicted of breaking and entering, trespassing and grand theft of cookies.

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Driving an unregistered, uninsured vehicle, at excessive speeds, off bridges, into canals. Associating with known arsonists. Firing a weapon within city limits. Building and placing houses without per

We do a lot of things in SL that would break the law in real life. If SL was real, what crimes do you think you would be convicted of? For myself, I'd probably be convicted of breaking and enteri

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16 minutes ago, Bree Giffen said:

breaking and entering, trespassing and grand theft of cookies.

If you don't break or disable security devices, it's not really B&E.

If it is freely accessible to public entry (no B&E) then there must be prominently displayed signs stating no access or it isn't trespassing.

The cookies are all on you, tho.  I'm afraid you will have to do some hard time in the slammer.

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I assaulted a Republican on my sim making disparaging remarks about the poor by ejecting them, experiencing glee when I saw them flailing about at the sim periphery.

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4 minutes ago, Luna Bliss said:

I rode through a city without any clothes on, on a bicycle. Long ago of course, when I was very young.

"Bicycle races are coming your way
So forget all your duties oh yeah!
Fat bottomed girls they'll be riding today
So look out for those beauties oh yeah"

- "Bicycle Race", Queen, album Jazz

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1 hour ago, Rhonda Huntress said:

If you don't break or disable security devices, it's not really B&E.

If it is freely accessible to public entry (no B&E) then there must be prominently displayed signs stating no access or it isn't trespassing.

 

Maybe, maybe not.  In Colorado, my property and house are considered 'private property' without me putting up any sort of barriers or signs.  If someone came into my house, uninvited, even if the door is unlocked, it is still trespassing.  

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   Driving an unregistered, uninsured vehicle, at excessive speeds, off bridges, into canals. Associating with known arsonists. Firing a weapon within city limits. Building and placing houses without permits, and almost certainly violating building codes. Crossbreeding hexed, feral apples.

 

   I'm not bad. I'm just rendered that way.

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1 minute ago, Dillon Levenque said:

Loitering. I just happened to be leaning on the streetlamp cuz I was checking my watch, Officer.

Next time, ask the nice officer if he is "looking to party".  Officers like to party.

If the answer is no, say "Bad cop, no donut!"

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