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  1. Thank you for your opinion. I do accept that "The one who owns the land, rules the land". But there are a few things I wish to bring under the spotlight in regard to your response. Firstly. I assert myself as a one of the many commoners on SL and this hasn't been a one day issue, it has been repetitive and a rather routine issue. (Of which everyone is certainly aware) Secondly. Lives are meant to be lived whether they are First or Second Lives. AFKing isn't worthy of being called "Living the life". To give you a clearer picture, imagine a constricted road-block with the AFK p
  2. Requiring the General Public's opinion for the construction of an "AFK Zone" Sim available at one click of a button or on ejection of the avatar. Reasons behind the motive: 1) AFK avatars consume valuable space at popular sims, preventing active people from entering. (They are detected late by ejection systems on the sim) 2) AFK avatars leaving people interested in conversations clueless after their first message. 3) AFK avatars being generous contributors to lag at various sims. 4) Unites AFK avatars with those of their kind; bonding between similar people. Please Note:
  3. I suggest you start making friends first and not look for a soulmate right away. SL's not a dating website, so I cannot assure you that you will find a soul mate, but keep up the hopes. People in SL often tend to be AFK or lose interest in conversations. Their desire to reply depends on how you start the conversation and how engaging you are. If a conversation ever goes wrong don't pester yourself about it, sometimes the problem could be with the other person's mood too. I prescribe that you do the following: 1) Go to places where people are active and in large numbers. 2) Ini
  4. Irrespective of my answer, people two years ago and people now have the same problems...........And same problems have the same solutions. Apart from that, your comment is not relevant to this forum. I'd appreciate if you could submit your "tips" personally to me.
  5. Yes, finding friends can be hard. But finding friends doesn't really depend on your interests, it rather depends if you're ready to initiate a conversation with someone or propagate the conversation. There's something i would like to clear for you, most women feel that another person needs to start a conversation with them and they themselves just wait for this to happen.(General Opinion). There's nothing wrong if a lady initiates the conversation, and most people feel glad when this happens (in a positive way). I would suggest that you do the following, these personal tips shall help yo
  6. Yes, finding friends can be hard. But finding friends doesn't really depend on your interests, it rather depends if you're ready to initiate a conversation with someone or propagate the conversation. There's something i would like to clear for you, most women feel that another person needs to start a conversation with them and they themselves just wait for this to happen.(General Opinion). There's nothing wrong if a lady initiates the conversation, and most people feel glad when this happens (in a positive way). I would suggest that you do the following, these personal tips shall help yo
  7. Yes, finding friends can be hard. But finding friends doesn't really depend on your interests, it rather depends if you're ready to initiate a conversation with someone or propagate the conversation. There's something i would like to clear for you, most women feel that another person needs to start a conversation with them and they themselves just wait for this to happen.(General Opinion). There's nothing wrong if a lady initiates the conversation, and most people feel glad when this happens (in a positive way). I would suggest that you do the following, these personal tips shall help yo
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