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Sy Beck

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  1. I do note though that nobody even bothered to reply to or discuss those questions, so not much point trying to resurrect a dead thread unless it's for the irony.
  2. No, it's a double post. You've already answered it in another thread created by "Community Manager" who set you the questions to answer and which anybody else who wants to answer can do too. Are we to assume that you are going to repeat all the previous questions all over again as seperate threads and answer them with the same answers?
  3. Spike Clemenceau wrote: Like I said, if it's all you got to offer as a community? what else do you offer past the orgasm? Cup of tea and a cookie usually sees me through the refractory period in both SL and RL. Coincidentally that is exactly what the blood donor service give you in the UK after donating. Any connection? Enquiring minds wish to know.
  4. It was interesting what you said about the Garlic Tool. How many tools are there in the vampire community? And what uses are they put to?
  5. Well I might fit the role of evil landlord demanding rent or something in kind. I fear though the role of rent boy may have many more clambering over me for the part.
  6. I'LL SAY IT AGAIN!!!!!! Count Von Count on Sesame Street, he played a major role in my formative years. Can't say any other one has come close to him in his contributions to the worlds of art, education, mathematics or modern day child care. The others should really be ashamed of themselves for giving the undead community such a bad name.
  7. Caitlin Tobias wrote: My favourite part of my sim is in our Sky Arena, a lovely peaceful place to practice Katanafighting! Those are terrific features and I can see why visitors to your sim would stop and stare at them for a long time, probably why you need a Katana to hurry them along their way no doubt.
  8. Pamela Galli wrote: Oh, another "favorite part" thread. Well, okay, here's another favorite part of mine: That's a fantastic house Pam. Tell me now, was it expensive or competively priced. I bet a house like that has many attractive and unique fixtures yet still remains within the reach of many newcomers' budgets. I can tell, even from here that it is high quality with that all important low prim count that today's modern buyer seeks. One note of caution though, you might want to erect some type of netting over that upper patio to deter certain nocturnal flyers.
  9. I'm planning a large event quite shortly where I'll have upwards of 40 people in a building. The building itself is used for the storage, malting, milling, mashing, lautering, boiling, fermenting, conditioning and filtering of various grains before being bottled for market. Obviously holding such a party in these surroundings is not without some obstacles. Although I feel confident myself in organising such an event on these premises I am of a lazy disposition and was hoping to find some kind of template or best practice model within these pages. Sadly, I'm finding no such credentials anywhere to organise this event in such a location and was wondering whether you, with your aptly titled thread, would be able to give me some pointers? Many thanks in advance, Sy.
  10. Count Von Count on Sesame Street, he played a major role in my formative years. Can't say any other one has come close to him in his contributions to the worlds of art, education, mathematics or modern day child care. The others should really be ashamed of themselves for giving the undead community such a bad name.
  11. Klint Clowes wrote: Yes...i gave to you an example...in our system, we have a Blessing Potions(free) and when a person drink this, is automatically out of our system "Holy enema Batman!"
  12. I'm planning a large event quite shortly where I'll have upwards of 40 people in a building. The building itself is used for the storage, malting, milling, mashing, lautering, boiling, fermenting, conditioning and filtering of various grains before being bottled for market. Obviously holding such a party in these surroundings is not without some obstacles. Although I feel confident myself in organising such an event on these premises I am of a lazy disposition and was hoping to find some kind of template or best practice model within these pages. Sadly, I'm finding no such credentials anywhere to organise this event in such a location and was wondering whether you, with your aptly titled thread, would be able to give me some pointers? Many thanks in advance, Sy.
  13. A Vampire Shop? Is that like a shop that sucks business out of another one? Oh...how remiss of me not to see the irony.
  14. There's a guide to the manual? Why doesn't that surprise me.
  15. Oh......Protect "N"oobs, I thought it was another unfortunate spelling mistake of Klint's announcing a new product line in garlic coated brassieres.
  16. Klint Clowes wrote: Charly, I see a long time ago, around 5 Free HUDS in marketplace, but i have no idea if this systems are work or not...i can say about my system, because I work on it...If you need more details about, ask me ;] Can I ask if you wrote the instruction manual for it?
  17. Klint Clowes wrote: I’d go to the top of the Castle and yell, "The End is neaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar!" And I'll be right behind you to assist in your prophecy.
  18. Pamela Galli wrote: Givenchy Paule wrote: My favorite part of my sim would be the central park area. It's right next to river bridge, has seating areas, and it's near the landing point so you can greet people as they arrive. It's also near the main Vampire building on the sim. As my sim is a vampire mafia themed sim, it is a city design, complete with a pier area to throw drained victims bodies off when your done with them! We were inspired by the theme of our role play, Vampire Mafia, and the mixing of 2 popular themes... I mean, c'mon... imagine a Mafioso Don that already rules by fear and respect. Mix that in with vampire powers and you'd have one bloody reign! Givenchy Paule wrote: My favorite part of my sim would be the central park area. It's right next to river bridge, has seating areas, and it's near the landing point so you can greet people as they arrive. It's also near the main Vampire building on the sim. As my sim is a vampire mafia themed sim, it is a city design, complete with a pier area to throw drained victims bodies off when your done with them! We were inspired by the theme of our role play, Vampire Mafia, and the mixing of 2 popular themes... I mean, c'mon... imagine a Mafioso Don that already rules by fear and respect. Mix that in with vampire powers and you'd have one bloody reign! Not sure what this thread has to do with Vampires, but my favorite part of my two Houses sims is my newest house, the Grey Goose Cottage: That's lovely and I love what you've done with the garlic along the front. Do you perhaps employ stakes to support them?
  19. Is there a reason why these feature/promotional threads of SL's leading Vamp creators has been changed from having all their questions and responses on an easy to read, coherent single post? This shows a clear lack of foresight and inconsideration to the reader. If I wanted to read and respond to Suzanne Soyinka's thread it was all in one easy to find space. If I now want to read the thoughts of today's selected Vamp creators I'll have to do it quickly because the nature of the forum mechanics will have them spread scattered disjointedly throughout the page very soon. This unnecessary padding will also mean that a post from someone as interesting as Soyinka will soon be shunted off the main page with all this unnecessary padding out.
  20. Charly Muggins wrote: You're the Man! So, can you publicly explain how to get your avatar's name removed entirely from the Bloodlines database rather than simply having it marked as "removal requested"? +1 Kudos
  21. I know that nobody could ever accuse you of bowing (or curtseying in your case) to the stereotypical, but surely of all your planned professions you are missing the mainstay of any cheeky porn adult scenario; the plumber! Every plumber in an adult scenario comes with a bag of innuendo and risqué terminology as standard not to mention that their main work stance is prostrate on their back on the floor fixing a lady's pipes, as it were. Furthermore, a plumber is usually accompanied by their plumber's mate for that essential menage á trois scene.
  22. Your choice in boyfriends is better than your choice in pets. Spend more time on him, as a man he's lot less complicated, can at times feed himself and upgrades are available if you ever feel the need. :smileywink:
  23. Couldn't 50% or any of these questions be directed at the creator or the product's group inworld via IMs or notecards or even going to the website link provided earlier? Call me a cynic, but it's begining to smack of product placement.
  24. Qwalyphi Korpov wrote: I think you might be right about where this should go. I asked over there about what fit but never got a response from LL... well, no response about what fit. Lol, the irony :smileyvery-happy:
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