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  1. For several years now, I have wanted my own land. I have heard of cases where people are paying $100 of real money a month to have virtual land... Am I misinformed or is that true? Considering I make a couple dollars over minimum wage I can't afford something like that. How much does land actually cost? Can a premium account offer land? I just want a fairly small piece of land I can build my own house and yard in, I don't need anything insane in scale. I'm sure this was answered elsewhere, but I couldn't seem to find it. Thanks in advance.
  2. There's no guarantee that an alt will work, as LittleMe Jewell said, it's honestly just a random chance based on factors I'm unaware of.
  3. Since I'm into CGI porn, I find SL sex quite satisfying, that is, if the animations are nice and the poses align.
  4. "The fact that you think you're entitled to everyones attention is disturbing." -MaggiJin same^ Obvious bait posts aside, The easily visible Second Life community (outside of the forums, in actual SL) It's difficult to find active/tolerable users, as Hunter Stern said multiple times. People are indeed impulsive, and I'm sure it does fuel the reasons most people post the "b my firen pls" posts. In terms of my looks putting people off, yes, it does, we have confirmed this. There are much more inviting users that don't really care what you look like and do talk to me, but it happens very rarely. The only reason I started looking on the forums for friends instead of in-world, is because in world everyone is silent/afk and it's impossible to not run into one toxic user. I did begin and still do engage in trying to find people through common interest places.....But well, these days the only places that are populated are "clubs", and that's an incredible vague interest. Pretty much all I have done in SL for the past year is log in, hop from place to place to meet people, fail, and then leave. This lasts for about 1-4 hours.
  5. Me too, I can only log into my alt...
  6. Yeap, this is exactly what I experience, if not with a little life stories exchange in the first session. Spot on, I was treated like a moldy ham sandwhich in highschool, and the hints of people acting like that here are probably giving me "Vietnam flashbacks" Me too, I just ran into one last night. Yeah, very true. Personally I see friendships as people you stick around with because they make you feel nice, they improve the quality of life on a level money can't offer. Morgan Rosenstar , thanks for your completely different point of view on things, I do like to see if I'm being completely stupid or if I do have a point regardless of the situation. We shall continue; "What a harsh judgement from someone who doesn't want to be judged." I'm not calling people garbage, I'm just saying the end-result is garbage. Also, I never said I wanted to be judged or not, I did however say basing friend decisions entirely on looks is something I disagree with. I do need to ask where I seem intolerant, I'm just not seeing it. For the most part I tolerate a lot of things that negatively effect me, but I'm just sharing how I feel about this stuff happening over and over again. I'm aware that nobody is out to attack me or deliberately trying to push me away, but it's the unintentional end-result. I shouldn't even be expecting people to work with me on things, it is stupid I think that way, but for the most part I can't help it. Another dumb thing about me: I put in the time and effort to help people and (usually) expect friendship in return, depending on how much time I invested. That and even I found the person nice and wanted them to stick around. I can, apply my "opinion thing" on my post but against me. and so here's my attempt; "Ejefief, you can't expect everyone to like you regardless of how much you think you helped them or how nice you were to them. Thank you all, very much for your responses.
  7. I will start off by saying, holy crap, I didn't realize there were this many users on Second Life still. Anyways, what am I talking about here? Off and on I'm seeking friends and family, and regardless of how much a person "falls in love" with me, they always somehow flake out on me, and I continue treading on through Second Life by myself in abandoned sims, occasionally messaging people in my "friends" list something along the lines of a joke or "Hi how are you" since they won't bother letting me go any further than that. It may sound sad being by myself in empty sims all of the time, but I don't mind it for the most part, I enjoy exploring and seeing what people have built over the years. But it is, growing tiring and greater in scale and numbers of me getting flaked. I will respond to someone's post of looking for a friend and or family, tell me a life story about how they're sad and all this crap and how it would be perfect for us to do this and that. Annoyingly, they will avoid a meet-up 99% of the time, and keep me waiting for days because "something came up" and never say what. Then after days of me waiting, and starting the chat over and over again, they will eventually say: "Oh I just did this and that, or my girlfriend is having a baby, I'm going to delete my post, sorry" Just, what the heck man. You pour out your life story to me and tell me you like me as a friend or whatever and then you don't have the time to even bother looking at me? Oh please. This has partially to do with the anonymous factor of the internet, and they can cower away from any hint of dedication and keep being afraid of it or whatever. This is just something that's bothering me, even replying to my posts in-world IM and then flaking out is just ridiculous. And finally, another "problem" people seem to have is they get their jimmies rustled over me being a PS1-era looking person. I understand they want 2000000% immersion in a software with already arguably dated graphics mixed in with low res textures and models that aren't well designed from creators and some UHD characters that do look nice, but CRIPPLE computers because they have subdivision maxed. Anyways, I'm not always low res but I prefer it, it's not even that bad really, I have fingers and a fairly nice appearance graphically. In a way people being so incredibly against stylized low res mesh avatars is slight discrimination. That is an insanely strong word for what I'm trying to say but it's all I can think of at the moment. And it in a way destroys the whole idea of what a family is. You can't pick and choose your family in reality, and I know you technically are in Second Life. But family is about loving the person for who they are, not by their looks or quirks. Family is about balance and caring for each other regardless of faults. But, this being Second Life, 99% of users could care less. One lady told me that I "look noob" because of my low resolution nature. I could tell she's not even SL savvy, but I knew what she was trying to say, I look low res compared to most avatars. Anyways, just annoying garbage I'm dealing with and decided to share, feel free to share your thoughts on getting stood up etc. I hope I can get a family together one day in SL, my previous one shoved me out because they had new friends and just quite frankly didn't give a damn anymore. Image added for something to look at + more interesting topic
  8. I would love to get to know you, it's growing empty just roaming around SL neighborhoods by myself all the time.
  9. I'm an odd-ball but, I would love to get to know you.
  10. Hey there, I know there's already others posting about looking for a family, but I thought I would give it a try. I'm searching for a family with open arms to a new member, weather we consider each other to be related or not is not relevant to me, I just want to live together and talk and do things together. I don't care how old you or the members are, I just want a kind, inviting family to be a part of. I'm a bit silly and goofy but I'm also caring and knowledgeable. Please feel free to message me in world if you are interested, I'm also very open to starting a family if there's nobody surfing on here with pre-built families looking for additions.
  11. It appears I missed that post somehow, I submitted a ticket, thank you all.
  12. Hello, and thank you for reading, I have been on Second Life since 2013, and I haven't really met any solid friends over the years, causing me to visit infrequently. I visit usually popular places, but sometimes obscure places, and I haven't been able to meet anyone. The primary issue is that I tend to meet fake users (trolls) or those that are TOO into SL to bring up real life or escape their role-play mode to enjoy the moment. Then if all of those pass, another issue comes up which is most can't bond with/understand my personality, and we don't get along. I'm just looking for people who CAN immerse theirself into Second Life, but always see it as still virtual, and can joke around and have fun with that. It would be great to become part of a family and live together, weather it be virtually related or just a bunch of friends in a house, it would be great. Feel free to share your thoughts, or if you'd like to get to know each other, don't hesitate to share, sharing is caring.
  13. Insanely late response incoming; cykarushb, how the heck does SL run decently at all on that CPU? I've tried an Ahtlon 5150 and it CRIPPLES to a halt if there are ANY other avis nearby. Perhaps your SSD DOES help, I dunno. Even my FX-4100, 16GB DDR3 RAM (with my GTX 1080) suffers hard with non-standard avis, I go from 90FPS WAY down to 5-10 in a room of people regardless of settings. Since it appears SL favors single-core performance like games do, I've decided to go with Intel's new Core i5 8400, or equivalent of money isn't as tight as it is now. I'm seriously contemplating buying Ryzen since I'm a VERY heavy multi-tasker, but I'm also attempting to transition to competitive, high-framerate gaming. Of course Ryzen will handle that and even moreso in the future, but GTA V is the only game holding me back as I play it religiously, and it is NOT optimized for AMD very well at all. Ryzen gets about 50-100FPS, with an average of 65-70 on ultra settings, but I'd like to be in the 100s at all times to eliminate as much input lag as possible. Regardless I recommend Ryzen to everyone, the price to performance ratio is just insane, beginning with the motherboards.
  14. Honestly this could apply to either a "guy" or a "girl"; VERY tight skinny jeans/pants, camo pants, leather pants with pockets, leggings, Corsets (actual modeled ones, not the texture overlaying the stock SL avis), simple clevage shirts, wearing just a bra with a jacket around it showing the belly and stuff, Converse shoes both high and low tops, sandals, Long nails, optional if painted or not, Red hair, Sunglasses, Gas masks that cover either the entire face or just mouth area, Devil horns, And regular cutie panties. I know, I find average-day clothing really sexy actually and it's a little bizarre, but some of the things I mentioned are a bit unique, ie; devil horns/gas masks.
  15. Problem solved, this tutorial points out things REQUIRED for proper exporting that nobody has pointed out; For others having the same issue, you're welcome. The issue was HOW it was exported, BVH exporter needs to be used, not Blender's normal exporter.
  16. Thank you guys, I'm a scrub to Second Life in-depth, I have been around since 2013 doing nothing but walking around and talking in the virtual world. I will wait it out for a while since SL reported knowing about Marketplace issues.
  17. Someone bought my $10L animation on the marketplace, I see it in order history, but my SL currency has not changed. Is there a process I'm supposed to complete that I'm missing?
  18. Thanks for the quick response! I'm happy to know LL does IP and MAC address ban.
  19. Hello, I was curious how banning in Second Life works. I know that you can ban someone from your land but what if that abusive user goes around being disruptive elsewhere? Can they get their account as a whole banned? Are they IP banned eventually? Or are they eventually banned by their computer's unique motherboard manufacturing number?
  20. Yeah I made it simple to match my character's style, mid to late 90s video games, so I made the animation simple and slow
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