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  1. Tillicum Islands Presents BATTLE OF THE DJ’s A NON STOP 3 DAY GLOBAL EVENT SPONSORED IN PART BY BOSL RADIO FEB 8 – 10, 2013 1st Place – L$10,000 2nd Place – L$5,000 3rd Place – L$2,500 DJs from around the world go head-to-head competing for cash prizes and available slots at The Lounge at Tillicum Island. This event will receive both SL and RL on-air radio coverage by the most prestigious audio group in Second Life. This is an opportunity for YOU to bring your best skills as a DJ and show what you’ve got! The winners will be selected by a popular voting method conducted by the patrons,
  2. Verena Vuckovic wrote: No, my argument is that one's online status in public sims has nothing to do with privacy and it's a complete joke to pretend it is. If you are on a public sim then you are by definition viewable on radar to anyone on that sim.....which could include anyone in SL, and that includes anyone you are 'hiding' your status from. How can you then claim your online status is 'private'.....when you are yourself displaying publicly that you are very much online ?? You have no idea who might be on that sim before you go there, and you have no idea who might TP in while you are
  3. I'm not superstitius and I never seem to realize it's a Friday the 13th until it's over or is half way through (like just now, seeing this thread), so I'm not doing anything differently because of the date. I'm having a pretty good day, and am going to go buy a new phone in a few minutes which is always fun! Hmm... maybe I should wait on that until tomorrow..... oh that's right, I'm not superstitious. Happy Birthday Peter!
  4. SHOPPING!!!!! Oooh that might motivate me to do some serious inventory cleaning. I may not need incineration after all.
  5. Madelaine McMasters wrote: /me hugs you all up. This is starting to look like an epidemic, Leyna!!! _______________________________________________________________ Thank you Maddy. Interesting, according to facebook data spring break and two weeks before Christmas are the likeliest times of year for a breakup. April Fool's Day is popular, as well as the summer holiday and the day after Valentine's Day. ___________________________________________________________________ I have fallen very far behind on my "Warm Welcomes" project. ______________________________________________
  6. As of of today you can add me to the "moving on" group. yay me. While it's nice to know I'm not alone, I don't wish for anyone to be hurting like this because it sucks! Part of what is hard for me with SL is that we joined together to help bridge a long distance relationship gap in between times we saw each other. Since we joined we did almost everything together until the last couple of months, and now he's not really on anymore. Being an introvert, I'm not so inclined to... well whatever it is that extroverts appear to do do more comfortably and gracefully than I do. I tended to keep
  7. OMG!!!! I love this thread! I was going to pick out some favorites to comment on but I can't, they're all great - awesome job guys! (and gals )
  8. Celestiall Nightfire wrote: If someone says they are terribly distraught over something, I don't have to believe it. Especially, if the over-dramatic "feeling" is way out of proportion to the event. Some people like to make hyperbolic-dramatic statements, and blow things way out of proportion. Also, known as, "Making a mountain, out of a mole hill". I understand your point, I really do. If I've been around someone long enough to know that being Chicken LIttle is a way of life for them (and it doesn't take long for that to become apparent) chances are I'll be long go
  9. When I first saw this thread a couple of weeks ago this is the song that instantly came to mind. It's been an earworm since then so I figure if I post it will go away.
  10. Darren Scorpio wrote: I mean if you are roleplaying a dog for example do you howl or do you actually type out clearly what you want to say? No, I pretty much just howl. People are impressed with my written howling skills. kidding!
  11. Thanks Ariel! That makes sense, and I guess it's pretty obvious I don't have kids.
  12. Dresden Ceriano wrote: I'm not usually big on entering contests such as this, but I think, in this case, it would have been fun... if only just to show off a bit... lol. Unfortunately, I only just noticed this contest, having been sick for the last few days, and seeing that it's completely screwed up from the start, I won't be participating. Knowl has some very good points, to which I would like to add a few... This should have been announced way ahead of time, that way a buzz could have been started about it... more people would have known to enter it when the time came, entrants would
  13. What I don't understand is why I see so many people roleplaying kids who can't pronounce their "r"s. Where does this come from? Is that a standard or something? I'm sincerely curious. eta: I don't mean to be critical of speech impediments - I had a serious lisp when I was a kid so there's no lack of understanding what that's like. But I was the only one in my kindergarten class that had a problem with speech. Good times.
  14. Awesome! You might check to see if they can do a backlit keyboard, mine doesn't have one and I do wish I'd asked them if they'd do that. If either of you do go with xotic pc I'd love to hear how it turns out for you! (I'm not an employee or anything, I just get excited about this stuff )
  15. ooh I wanted to add, it was totally worth it to have a system built, I think it was 12 days from the time I ordered it to the time the blessed event occurred and it was deposited into my arms. They kept me appraised of every step along the way which was pretty cool too.
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