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Nadine Zeid

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  1. It's real nice that the dude who had Pepita (I'm assuming that it was him) deleted my post and my partner's post in this thread. He did us a favor - would have been nice to get furniture back but now we have an even better bedroom set than we had before and the other items thankfully all but one were copy items since I found other copies in my inventory. Also would have been the ethical thing for him to notify everyone and give people at least a chance to retrieve furniture items - no ethical business person would skip out like he and his real life wife did.
  2. I know it's been a month and a half since the last post; but, I have been searching through the forums regarding mesh and stumbled upon this thread. I have to mostly agree with the OP about mesh - I can't say I absolutely hate it; but, I can say I do not like it for the most part and I sure do not want to be a clone of 1/6 the SL female population. I don't do big boobs - so I could care less about the Tango and Lolos (or whatever they're called). I like a bit of jiggle I have for my smallish boobs and smallish behind. I've been popping around SL for the past week after taking a long brea
  3. I agree with you. I have a fairly high end PC with a high def monitor and I can tell you - seeing people with face and body lights make me shudder, get sick at my stomach, and try to get away from them ASAP. Using Windlight (or any other settings) is a million times better than even the most subtle of facelights to highlight a person's avi and make the avi look great. Facelights and bodylights are so 2008 for me (that's when I joined SL) - I dumped them sometime in 2009 or 2010 and have never looked back. When I'm in stores that are highly lit like they've got facelights/bodylights in the
  4. Same thing with me and my partner - we tried to go there on Tuesday (to our skybox) and found out that we were locked out also - we had no copy furniture in there that was expensive so that's all lost I guess. I've sent a notecard but haven't received a reply - tried to send an email to the email but it appears that email no longer works.
  5. Thanks Corann. Your very last sentence says it all: So no matter how you slice the pie we are all customers in one way or another.
  6. You're welcome Alysandra. It is such a pain to have to do everything you've done in order to ditch this dude; but, sometimes we have to take multiple tacks in order to get rid of jerks who want to stalk and harass. I know all too well what you've had to deal with. Fortunately, when all of this was happening with my friend and I, I was the one who had triple security on my PC so they couldn't get into much of anything important on my PC before my IP shut them down. I wish I would have had my old laptop working at that time as the stalkers/harassers would have been automatically reported to
  7. @ Lilie Foxtrot: I've heard about that but have never searched for them. I know the thing that finally got our stalkers off our back was this: On the other site, I used a room of mine and started rambling on and on to no one but myself about what I'd do to get back at the stalkers (I said stuff about getting a person I knew to hack their computers, plant viruses, and destroy their real lives with all the hacker I knew of could do to them). I did all of that due to the fact that one of the stalkers had a friend whose husband was staff at the other site and we knew that my friend and I were
  8. Excuse me - anyone who pays anything in the way of rent, tiers, purchasing Lindens, uploading textures, and so on do contribute to the bottom line of LL. Premium should not automatically give better "customer service." Yes, it's customer service - anytime a business is in business, the service it provides in dealing with problems associated with things like billing, products, defective items, safety, security, and so on is called "customer service." Even people who work for a non-profit charity in real life provide "customer service" when answering their clients' questions, trying to help t
  9. @Corann - There is so little a person can do about anything relating to Second Life problems unless having a premium account. This is totally wrong. Just because people don't want to or can't pay monthly fees does not mean that their problems should be swept under the rug - but that is exactly what SL/LL does. Those of us who do not have premium accounts have to rely on the goodness of other community members as well as taking matters into our own hands when necessary in order to solve problems. This is becoming the way of many online sites - no way to contact customer service directly, on
  10. I've got a question for the OP - do you live in the same place as you always have with your old and new accounts? Also, does your friend use your place as a landing point or as home? The reason I ask is that my friend and I found out that a place we had previously lived in had some kind of a device buried below and so deep that even the sim owner couldn't find it - the device was placed as a griefing object that caused 100% failing to TP - even from inside the house to outside the house. We checked every object inside the house and found nothing. A friend of mine happens to know scripters
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