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Lucille Babenco

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  1. Seems a nice home, It's is built with style and reminds RL, certainly worth keeping it. Logically there will be some who love it and others not so, depending on what kind of home and environment were they searching for. I've been looking a Victorian home as close as possible to the sea, in shoreline or with ocean overlooking. Like almost everyone here, I spent weeks trying and I think I finally found one that suits me: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Ingram/149/145/23 Let me post a few recently snapshots 😉 Sand, grass, sea views, the train track...
  2. Sometimes annoying object problems are solved simply by contacting their owner, and having a good and friendly conversation about the issue. There are people who simply make mistakes due to their ignorance, even could be items that were accidentally misplaced when they tried to rezz them into the homes, or simply they were forgotten . I agree with you that we can't AR in the first minute after seeing the wrong item/s, obviously a friendly solution avoids to fill and send an AR's, that should be the last option, if in a "reasonable time" they ignore their responsibility or answer you rudely or aggressively. But I also put myself in place of those who, after obtaining their ideal home, have to live there with the visual aggression clearly against the LH rules, and of an unfortunate aesthetic. As I said previously, my Linden Home isn't my main residence but I want to keep it as a pleasant place to visit with friends, and it’s disappointing if it’s going to turn into the classic mainland dumpster.
  3. I hope than the "generic" solution that Linden provides to ARs related to clearly inappropriate content isn't only "leave the home and look elsewhere for a new one". That would be very unfair to residents who really like their homes and want to keep them in their current place.
  4. I want to think that Linden will do something more tan says "we need your help", obviously we have the option to report but I don't want to be a Linden cop sincerelly, I don't work for them. In addition, the AR reports will grow proportionally to the number of the released Linden Homes, and could be huge in a few months, that means more waiting time to solve them properly, probably because will be consider them as low priority. As I said in a previous message, Linden will be dedicating many resources to Bellisseria, I hope that the monitoring of wrong content against the rules be much more effective than the classic mainland. Maybe they should have special staff for it, it's just a suggestion.
  5. Personally I think that Linden is dedicating many technical resources to build Bellisseria and preserve this special aesthetic, and not to becoming a new crap container as the classic mainland that we all know. I understand that each person has their own particular "decoration" style, and likes certain kinds of things, but we don't talk about interior decoration. The aesthetic nonsense that we've seen repeatedly harms the entire neighborhood that has to live by its side. Of course, there is always the option to move, but what happens if your current Linden Home is the one you had always dreamed of? Why do you have to abandon it up because someone simply ignores the rules of behavior in Bellisseria? I've decided to get a Linden Home just to enjoy the landscape and views of these sims, It's not my usual residence, but it's sad to see how other people converts an high quality creation into a dumpster.
  6. I'm also taking a second look of the photo, seems two homes… may be an alt, who knows. But I have another doubts… where are the original boat houses?
  7. The only justification is that most of these owners have the "classic way of thinking" about mainlands ("I pay my tiers and do what I want), and they don't understand what's Bellisseria, nor the rules.
  8. It's incredible the aesthetic destruction that's appearing in the boat houses, they were never my favorites even located in open seas for sail, but this is simply grotesque. They destry Moles work and torture neighbors with that disaster.
  9. My current Victorian has the rails aside, and would be cool to see the train there someday. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Ingram/149/145/23
  10. LOL, that seems a drug dealer home... only needs some graffitis on the walls and random garbage bags thrown to the ground. And maybe a corpse, as a final decoration. Seriously, although we can decorate our homes as we know, something like that ruins our experience as neighbor. I think that if I had that neighbor, I would leave the home in less than a minute.
  11. May be the home owner suffers a serious attack of narcissism, "I have it bigger than anyone"
  12. The second one... lol, must hate the water, but I also don't understand the meaning of own a house boat and covering the sea... wanna build a second home?, is that a tennis field?
  13. Seems that someone's moving truck suddenly exploded and went there over the roof... Or maybe your neighbor is another one of those magnificent creative geniuses who wants to add a special detail to his/her home.
  14. Just because they're very generous people who want to share their immense creativity and excellent decorative skills with the rest of Bellisseria residents. The Linden Home rules are simply for others, they have immunity to make our eyes bleed ...
  15. Yea, those roads are very tempting for small vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles ...
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