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Ima Rang

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  1. I am well, thank you. Travelling a bit more than I care to for work these days, but otherwise, getting on well. Of course, I was making an observation, not an accusation. It was, as per usual, an interesting read, with interesting discussion/feedback. I did pop into another thread related to the signatures obtained for a change.org initiative-an open letter to LL, if I recall correctly. I see that doom, despair, and life is not fair, are still hot topics What are we without our miseries? Indeed, you recall correctly...I have very strong views on these things as well. Unfort
  2. Still schooling the virtual public on how to behave I see. Hope all is well...it has been a long time.
  3. So basically what you have is a list of 3,000 individuals that either did not read the TOS at all, or read it without comprehension. The TOS explicitly states that if you do not agree with any part of it (and it does include that they are not your partners nor are you guaranteed an income from your use of the service), that you should not accept the TOS, and you will not be granted access to the service-perhaps that is why the anonymous nature of the post.
  4. I miss the good old days. It was a lively place back then. This new format feels so...rigid, thin...lol.
  5. Venus Petrov wrote: Haha! Ima, I don't know who or what you're talking about. :matte-motes-big-grin-wink: P.S. I cannot seem to get to your link on your sig line. Have you dumped your blog? Ha! I think the link was to my old forum, which I did eventually dump. My poor neglected blog is still there.
  6. In the old days, the RL discussions did present opportunities for people to demand acknowledgement of their rights to speak freely but at the same time scream pleas to have their sensitivities protected from the opinions of others...failure to comply brought about the grim RIC'er. There was a great deal of comedy gold derived in those days. After a while though, it became a bore reading pretty much the same person claim they were mauled by a rabid schitzophrenic gun toting imaginary clown named Sybil. If you had the audacity to call BS on such tales of woe, you got the verbal beat down from t
  7. LaskyaClaren wrote: This is almost enough to bring me back here. Almost. (It sounds as though you were a few inches from making it a sure thing. :matte-motes-evil-grin:) That's what she said.
  8. Derek Torvalar wrote: Caitlin Tobias wrote: Are you trolling me, Derek? Me? Nooo! I am just an interested bystander. Ok, well maybe a little. ;-) Hey stranger! It appears I missed all of the fun, again! BTW, how did OBR go this year? Seems I missed it too. Twerk our way to awareness?
  9. Caitlin Tobias wrote: Ima Rang wrote: Caitlin Tobias wrote: LlazarusLlong wrote: As many may have realised (you too, probably, Caity) I am also unwilling to post in these forums with my main, I did indeed and I totally understand. The current, and past years, environment here in this forum, created the opposite of a safe place for people expressing themselves. An opinion is considered trolling...a joke is seen as griefing and moderators seem to be afraid of : #jesuis..... Troll! ;P GRIEFER! Why I NEVAH!!!
  10. Caitlin Tobias wrote: LlazarusLlong wrote: As many may have realised (you too, probably, Caity) I am also unwilling to post in these forums with my main, I did indeed and I totally understand. The current, and past years, environment here in this forum, created the opposite of a safe place for people expressing themselves. An opinion is considered trolling...a joke is seen as griefing and moderators seem to be afraid of : #jesuis..... Troll! ;P
  11. ZyklonBee wrote: It was always a risk, Ive used this handle for about 3 years now. Never caused a problem.. But in retrospec I should of make it something alittle less risky.. But without the risk there really is no pay off. Im glad some of you understand the underlaying meaning What is the underlying meaning? To be disrespectful? Sadism? Masochism? What? It is a digusting name and I can't imagine why you would "risk" such an offense.
  12. Parrish Ashbourne wrote: Have we reached the record for longest thread yet? The longest thread displaying blind assumptions caused from cranium to colon contact.
  13. Ebbe Linden wrote: Teager wrote: Ebbe, While catching up on the last 10 or so pages of posts which happened last night, I've noticed a lot of you saying, in essence, "SL1 won't change; if you don't like it, don't switch." I can understand the reason behind that response. I, too, am getting tired of reading dozens of rude comments by the same handful of naysayers. But, speaking as one of many content creators whose full real life income is earned from Second Life, this response isn't helping to build my confidence. Any way you look at it, the launch of SL2 will divide our user base betw
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