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  1. Now listed @ 55k Still some wiggle room on the price since, yknow, if you lower it to the actual lowest price¸ people expect to pay less than that! Shoot me an offer in-world
  2. I resisted the tempation to put RARE in my title but it is in fact one of only a handful of Horizons parcels raised ~10M above the surrounding area, and the only one for sale. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Horizons Ariel/146/68/32 L$ 67.5K or best offer. 1024m, 702 LI. No objects included in sale -- house photos for demonstration only Contact: cicelydawn Resident Cheers!
  3. My place in Horizons. The soft light, pink skies, and of course the double prims. Love it here.
  4. I think the oft-seen "I don't usually IM first" is a direct and unforunate result of inaccurate assumptions about what it means to send or respond to IMs, especially in clubs. So we end up with the SL equivalent of middle-school dances with people lined up opposite the dance floor not wanting to make a move. Having grown up in this culture of silence it never really occured to me that open chat could be an antidote of sorts. Ever been shouted at because you sent an innocent IM and then didn't want to go home with them after 15 minutes? I don't want to live my life based on that kind of negative experience! To expand on my previous comment: people who don't often visit these kind of clubs may not realize we get a steady stream of "Gee it's quiet in here" types who generally leave five minutes later. And yet in these places conversations do happen. Shopping or sales are usually a good bet, everyone has an opinion there.
  5. People who want to chat in local often seem to be under the mistaken impression that "It's so quiet in here" is a conversation opener. Even the weather would have better results!
  6. I was informed in a previous thread that "True oldbies are quite a bit older than 13" so don't go buying that wheelchair yet. Second Life: where 7 feet is average, $50 is a lot of money, and ten years is a short time.
  7. It's on the list of development ideas/plans for the Aeros Apollo, which is currently in beta. Progress details can be seen here https://bitbucket.org/aeros-in-sl/faq/wiki/Aeros Apollo
  8. I think that’s a misconception because only oldbies stand around saying “Look at all these oldbies! I’ve been here 13 years how bout you! Remember prims??” There are TONS of Residents in Bellieseria. How do you recognize an oldbie in Second Life? Wait five minutes, they’ll tell you 😛
  9. Well, next time lead with that! The soon-o-meter thing is a long running joke
  10. @Laurelrose Anthony it's the Hive farmhouse kitchen
  11. I wouldn't give it a second thought and I doubt it's close. There's a big difference between a hint and a tease and that comment from Patch is clearly a tease. If there's more context that makes it seem like an actual hint, happy to be proven wrong!
  12. Apologies if you are well aware of this but since you are a brand new member I feel it should be mentioned: if you give up your plot expecting to immediately obtain a new premium home you will most likely be disappointed. Take a good look around the forums. Supplies are limited. The When did you last see a Bellisserian home available? thread gives an idea of the lengths it might take to get a home at this particular moment. In summary, the only homes available are small releases by LL and those abandoned by others. A few are abandoned every day. There are 2-3 small releases (20ish homes each) per week which are at random times and sell out in seconds. On the other hand if you increase your tier level so you have 1024 free, you can try for a new home without giving up your old. You'll only be charged if you get a new home.
  13. Right? Took a minute to find something I could post here though .. language!
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