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  1. 49 minutes ago, Angelina Sinclair said:

    MMOs have managed having hundreds of players in hubs, chatting and messing with their inventories just fine which is basically what we do.

    Other fps games have done more than 50+ player combats. You can look at Fortnite and they do thousands of 100 player battles, daily without flinching.

    The technology is there to be better than this.

    Maybe 100 was an exaggerated amount but to have sim owners pay $250 a month? They better be able to handle a few dozen players battling it out without flinching.

    MMOs yes have 100s .. thousands even but sitting across many different servers put a hundred in combat at one time on your screen and there will be someone if not half the lobby with lag I guarantee it .. fornite is no exception to this lol .. that's pvp.. ever played a high round zombie game in cod then wipe the train with a wonder weapon bets are you're going to lose your connection .. that's pve .... there are so many other factors to consider with lag. What hardware you have.. is it up to date ... your ISP... and so on .. SL I'm sorry, is a bit more then standing at a hub looking through a inventory js ..  

  2. 5 minutes ago, Coffee Pancake said:

    Planetside 2 .. 

    🙄 Just because you can play it doesn't mean its playable or there's no lag .. i can pull up many games I play and all with different results ... what is good for you doesn't mean it good for someone else ... If I get into a lobby full of Americans I know damn well I'm screwed.. not because of skill lol but I'm going to ping all over the place ... likewise if they jump into a game I manage to pull host on :)

  3. 5 hours ago, Angelina Sinclair said:

    SL is limiting its own growth by the limits of its technology.

    If it could handle 100+ players doing combat without lagging to hell then SL would be booming in other ways.

    But since the tech had such issues the only thing that can grow without being effected is the sex stuff in SL

    You can't even have a Fair event like Collabor88 without immense lag. 

    So sex content is not holding back SL, it is SL holding itself back. Sex content is just keeping it alive.

     

     

    No game can handle 100+ people in combat ... Well not ones I play. Take COD some days I struggle to even move. Pc hardware has a big part in this, as well as where in the world you are. Ping/latency, sighs my forever headache living way down south  :) 

    Is sex content keeping SL alive? erm part of it maybe but as a whole I doubt. 

  4. 2 hours ago, Sam1 Bellisserian said:

    Thanks but I think I'll skip the add-ons. I just want to be a bit bigger not actually LOOK like I gained weight. I have enough cellulite and stretch marks in RL. LOL

    lol don't we all ... any way you do it ... its your avi and you are the one it ultimately has to look perfect for :)

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  5. To add the affect of looking bigger without moving sliders I added cellulite and chubby tummy layers ... gives a little texture to the ultra smooth skin look. 

    If you dont want to do that. I'd add body fat as suggested above. I think my avi sits on 10.

     

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  6. 1 hour ago, Jordan Whitt said:

    So I have decided to start doing all the things that have scared me in SL...things like actually talking to people, being sociable (still failing at that one though), but the biggest was participating in an art exhibit.  I have always enjoyed taking pictures and how I can express myself through the media that is available to us in Second Life, but I have never felt "good enough" to call myself an "artist" or to put myself out there in an exhibit. 

    But I did it and it opens tomorrow.

    Snapshot_001 (5).jpg

    Lm please .. 

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  7. 5 hours ago, Lucia Nightfire said:

    IDK, I'd prefer clever/witty dirty talk/humor over dank meme slanging anyday, the latter of which is what I seem to get with the more younger crowd these days. 🤨

    AKA, The younger crowd doesn't appreciate my aged refined sense of clever/witty dirty talk/humor. 😞

    Try mmmmmmmm seems to be all they understand .. Oh ooh and ..  spank (slap slap) 🤭

  8. 8 hours ago, prv2nd said:

    Trying something is better than not trying at all. I can't take much more 1960s-1980s dirty talk lol. 

    Because 18-30 year olds have so much class and sexual stamina?? ... I'd have wit, charm and a proper conversation over a sex educated from phub, mmmmmmmm spamming, gesturebating millennial any day. But hey, each to their own. Maybe try Roblox or minecraft 🙄 

  9. 22 minutes ago, Mollymews said:

    yes but it wasn't a NEW ZEALAND!!! call to select Laurel Hubbard. It was the NZ Weightlifting Federation who decided made the selection

    If it wasn't a New Zealand call then what does the 'NZ' in NZ Weightlifting Federation stand for? Just wondering. I stand by what I said. Was and did represent New Zealand. He may have as cindy said it "followed the rules' but does that make it fair?(competition wise). 

  10. 3 minutes ago, Mollymews said:

    the trend setter in this case is the International Weightlifting Federation, who determine the qualifying requirements for weight-lifters to compete in the Olympics

    when google for "olympic weightlifting qualification" then it links to a PDF on the International Olympics Committee website where this is all explained. Each sport aligned with the IOC gets to define the qualifying criteria for their sport

     

    Was and did represent, NEW ZEALAND!!! I can read wiki ... doesn't make the whole saga right. Don't get me wrong I'm all for someone competing but on a fair stage...like I suggested... mix grades :)  

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    17 minutes ago, Mollymews said:

    the actual issue is: Should a society limit a person to their physical body parts that they were born with?

    if yes then that's the end of any debate

    When competing in sport then YES! If they are going to allow such crap to happen then make a mixed grade up. NZ being NZ, racing to be world trend setters again 🙄 doh!

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  12. 19 minutes ago, Phil Deakins said:

    That was just plain wrong. I only know of New Zealand that did it. It was in the weight lifting, in which the guy used to compete in men's competitions. Fortunately, he didn't get anywhere in the olympics, but it was absolutely wrong to enter him in the women's competition.

    Totally agree! and I'm from NZ 🤦‍♀️

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