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Vere Messerchmitt

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About Vere Messerchmitt

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  1. Roleplay requires nothing more than an active imagination. If you want to roleplay as a vampire, you don't need Bloodlines to do it. Sure, play aides help, but I suppose that- were it up to me- I could do without a play aide that doubles (mostly) as a shameless money-sink (and, I'd add, isn't much as a play-aide either). Not anti-vampire, or even anti-Bloodlines for that matter. But I'm very pro-imagination. Comes with years spent playing pencil and paper RPGs where all you really had was your imagination, but honestly, it's a capacity everyone has. I'd give it a try.
  2. Efurou wrote: Syo Emerald wrote: You are a lame troll. Get some better topic. Ranting about child avatars is so 2009. Can't you come up with something entertaining? Your false arguments are boring. Come on, you can do better. Why would anyone be bothered about someone discussing something on a discussion forum? What does it matter who old the thread is? If the people complaining about the age of the thread have nothing to add to the topic - they can just not answer, no? I find child avatars annoying also. And no - it does not violate anyone's human rights to ban child avatar's on a
  3. Syo Emerald wrote: You are a lame troll. Get some better topic. Ranting about child avatars is so 2009. Can't you come up with something entertaining? Can't you? Accusing people of trolling is so 1989... when that word actually had a meaning.
  4. "...with the false assumption that a real child is controlling a child avatar..." I don't think anyone's assuming this. For one thing I think it pretty much breaks the logic behind the proposed stigma that "people only dislike child avatars because they assume there is a sexual agenda behind them- always". Children (who actually are children) don't fetishize the lives they're living 24/7, it takes an adult mind to do that. If we're talking about Linden's motivations for placing restrictions on child avatars, I think the only assumption here is: the observing 3rd party has NO way of knowing
  5. Dresden Ceriano wrote: I'm just going to chalk this up to you not knowing any better and leave it at that. Have a nice day ...Dres I was about to chalk up your posts to the same phenomenon. Seems fair. Cheerio.
  6. Dresden Ceriano wrote: Vere Messerchmitt wrote: Abigail Merlin wrote: holly necropost batman.. Did you dig this up just to troll? No. You? And does doing a google search for SL policy on this sort of thing and turning this up at the top of the search incidentally constitute some form of "digging" I was previously unaware of? ...but in answer to your second question... yes, most definitely. Then you have a bizarrely under-represented concept of "effort" I suspect. The reality is I didn't need to "dig" for anything. I searched and this rose right to the top immediately. I'
  7. Abigail Merlin wrote: holly necropost batman.. Did you dig this up just to troll? No. You? And does doing a google search for SL policy on this sort of thing and turning this up at the top of the search incidentally constitute some form of "digging" I was previously unaware of?
  8. Eileen Fellstein wrote: I have found that largely this veiw of child avatars comes from people's unspoken belief that everyone here has a sexual agenda at all times, hidden or not. In short, most simply assume you are acting out on a perversion. They can't accept that someone having a child avatar is a way to express their inner child as you say, or that perhaps they are just a person that really finds children to be wonderful and something to celebrate. They also have never seen a so-called "child avatar" that acts or behaves remotely like actual children do. I know I have yet to see
  9. Admittedly, these are all links. The actual items still exist so far as I can tell. But it was a whole LOT of work to do to have to re-do it all again. Is there something Technical support can do for me here? EDIT: I have no idea why I can't reply to people replying to me in this thread, my only option seems to accept replies as answers. Seems like a pretty messed up way to handle support. What happens when the answers offered don't answer my question? As in this case: the links aren't broken. The links are ENTIRELY MISSING. They aren't in lost and found, they're just... gone. So whil
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