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  1. tako Absent wrote: HughJegow wrote: What to expect? Delays in development, expensive development tools, lots of subsequently retracted promises, wholesale regular pr, project manager and coder sackings, bugs, lag, disappointment and abject commercial failure. ^^^ Negatron ^^^ ^^^ AntiDecepticon ^^^
  2. It means that LL has decided to subsidise users from countries which charge VAT. They can not avoid handing the relevant monies over to the appropriate fiscal authorities, so they are effectively giving a discount, thereby discriminating against those, such as US citizens, who are not affected by such a taxation regime. How do you feel about that, you 75% of LL customers who are paying more than the subsidised 25%?
  3. irihapeti wrote: HughJegow wrote: It's good to know that cannibalism is still alive and kicking (so to speak) on North Island. I thought it was just the Samoans that you allowed to migrate there to bolster your flagging rugby team. no we allow anyone they all taste the same with tomato sauce on Ewwwwwwwwww!!!! That's disgusting!!!! Tomato sauce, that is.
  4. Ardvinna wrote: Sometimes I like to misunderstand things. Most ESLers have no alternative.
  5. Ardvinna wrote: HughJegow wrote: I think most people here could benefit more from improving their English. the people I met are far too polite to correct me. You obviously haven't fully understood my posts.
  6. Huh, you give someone an answer that works and all you get is Thaks!
  7. Perrie Juran wrote: HughJegow wrote: KarenMichelle Lane wrote: Welcome to the General Discussions Forum.What would you like to post as a discussion point? How about: "Why, at 13:00 SLT yesterday, were the top fifteen threads (with one exception) more appropriate to the Answers, Your Avatar, Technical or other forums, even external sites?" Because some people are idiots. Next question. I disagree vehemently with your analysis. I would posit that most people are idiots.
  8. Cerise Sorbet wrote: BabyGia wrote: So basically what you are saying is that it can be done? Right? I'm saying that there is room for a little more customization or better facial expressions (a few heads already use this stuff), but you'll never see a mesh head in Second Life that can use all the shape sliders. They simply weren't made to be used that way in the ancient times. In another universe you could do it.
  9. This thread is a conclusive demonstration that if something isn't worth doing, it's certainly not worth doing twice.
  10. CheriColette wrote: bluelacroix wrote: Hello to you too HughJegow! Hmmmm, okay, well that was not the nicest way you could have put that. I'm sorry i bored you. i was hoping to avoid a scripting solution so i didn't want to post it there, i thought it was a pretty basic 'general' question so i thought it made sense to post it here (as this is called general discussion), and from the subject line it's pretty obvious what i'm asking, so if it is not of interest to you please skip it so you aren't bothered. i hope your day gets better than it was. :matte-motes-asleep-2: Best wishes, ~Bleue Seems your question did create some discussion I try extremely hard to convert boring, inappropriate threads into interesting discussions; it is perceptive of you to notice. ~Heue
  11. Bobbie Faulds wrote: Look at your map...it is marked with N, S, E and W, more for convenience for indicating where things are since that is what we are used to. Of course, since it's a virtual world, there is no magnetic north to work from. Since it's a digital virtual world the concepts of East and West have no validity whatsoever.
  12. Gadget Portal wrote: Nothing like the old, "I have no idea what it is or how it works, but I suspect that it's the problem." routine. You have stolen Ebbe's future defence of SL V2!!!
  13. Kelli May wrote: HughJegow wrote: An internet agreement is not worth the paper it is not written on. Take the ToS for example . . . Sam Goldwyn couldn't have put it better (and technically, he didn't). Bring on the empty avatars!
  14. What to expect? Delays in development, expensive development tools, lots of subsequently retracted promises, wholesale regular pr, project manager and coder sackings, bugs, lag, disappointment and abject commercial failure.
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