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  1. Kascha Matova wrote: Theia Magic wrote: Do not attempt to read between the lines or write words into what I stated that aren't there. I meant exactly what I said and nothing more. However, if you wish to take it a step further and classify Bob as a liar for simply playing a female avatar, that's your choice. I never said "it's not a crime if you don't get caught". I'm saying people have the right to play whatever avatar they please, but if asked, either say you don't discuss RL details or tell the truth. Do not lie. Why so defensive here Theia? I'm not attacking you. I'm n
  2. You can dig for a fight where there is none all you like, and continue to try to find words in my statements that aren't there. Sorry, but I don't take the bait. In case basic human decency escapes you, it has nothing to do with TOS or any "rule". It's about not being a liar and intentionally deceiving people. Is that really such a hard concept to grasp? ETA: Though completely irrelevant to the topic at hand, I make no claim that I look like my avatar, in fact if someone asks if I'm as attractive as Theia I'd likely laugh as I respond "oh heck no". I refuse to lie. Heck the only woman I
  3. Kascha Matova wrote: Theia Magic wrote: You're missing my point entirely. At no point did the dude in the Adult sim say to Bob "hey, are you a RL woman?". The question was never asked and Bob never offered the information. Bob isn't lying by omission or otherwise. Fred point blank and deliberately lied, claimed to be a RL woman, and even passes along fake RL pics. It was an act of 100% deception for the purpose of furthering his own agenda regardless of how it would effect the person he's with. I'm not saying for a moment the man mounting Bob in the Adult sim wouldn't be seriously
  4. Canoro Philipp wrote: i dont think is morally wrong to be an immersionist. to separate the RL self from a fantasy self. is not morally wrong to live a Second Life as you please to do it, even if that fantasy expands outside of SL. there are no limits set about how much resources can be invested to create a fictional character. if a person believes that a fictional character is true, like many times happens, is not the fault of the creator of the fictional character, is just that that person choosen to believe it is real. some people create a fictional second life not with the malicious int
  5. You're missing my point entirely. At no point did the dude in the Adult sim say to Bob "hey, are you a RL woman?". The question was never asked and Bob never offered the information. Bob isn't lying by omission or otherwise. Fred point blank and deliberately lied, claimed to be a RL woman, and even passes along fake RL pics. It was an act of 100% deception for the purpose of furthering his own agenda regardless of how it would effect the person he's with. I'm not saying for a moment the man mounting Bob in the Adult sim wouldn't be seriously ticked if he found out Bob was a RL man, but u
  6. Just because you have no issue with it doesn't mean others don't either, nor does it mean they're getting "exactly what they wanted". Just because you choose to live in pure fantasy within Second Life doesn't mean others do, for some it goes way beyond fantasy into very real emotions. If someone trusts another person, and they are blantantly lied to, the person lying is at fault not the person who was deceived. Steve falling in love with Fred, thinking he's a RL woman because that's what Fred told him, is just plain wrong. You can't genuinely care for someone if you're blantantly lying to
  7. Well I've been pretty quiet on these new forums, but this one got my attention. I personally don't care what gender avatar a person chooses to use so long as it doesn't hurt another person by doing so. Let me explain. Bob plays a female avatar in Second Life. He gets off on watching two girls go at it and frequents Adult sims, taking part in random one night stands. There is obviously no emotional attachment in such a scenario, and the person with Bob's female avatar will likely never be the wiser the typist is male, so no harm no foul. Ruth plays a male avatar because though born a RL w
  8. That is a huge redesign improvment on the sign up page. It looks a lot better and is much more inviting. However, why don't they have furry newbie avatars anymore? They used to long ago.
  9. Be very careful when buying resell items. Copybotting a huge problem in Second Life, and often those items aren't being resold. They're stolen content.
  10. I personally like the parcel windlight settings, especially when the owner sets them to fit the mood or better highlight the sim theme itself. If you don't like them, just hit the button declining them. No biggie. I personally keep my settings on CalWL, everyone looks fantastic and the sky is nice and bright.
  11. Trying to find posts on these new forums will definitely do it
  12. Denver Ghost wrote: Theia Magic wrote: There is no reasons to keep Redzone alive. None. It's the epic failure of copybot detection being as only .025% of banned avatars are banned for copybotting. Then, take into consideration the number of those avatars banned because they were incorrectly linked as an alt to copybotter, the success rate gets even more dismal. As for griefers? Again, do you have any idea how many innocent people have been banned because of bad avatar links? Thousands of them. Thanks to LL's action to make revealing alts against TOS, at least it can't be used to
  13. There is no reasons to keep Redzone alive. None. It's the epic failure of copybot detection being as only .025% of banned avatars are banned for copybotting. Then, take into consideration the number of those avatars banned because they were incorrectly linked as an alt to copybotter, the success rate gets even more dismal. As for griefers? Again, do you have any idea how many innocent people have been banned because of bad avatar links? Thousands of them. Thanks to LL's action to make revealing alts against TOS, at least it can't be used to violate privacy anymore. However, it's very
  14. It’s also important to note that we are going to remove the “voting” feature in JIRA in one month. Today, we do not use voting to triage or to make product decisions and the last thing that we want to do is set false expectations. So, when you are interested in what action we will take on a particular JIRA, use the JIRA “Watch” feature so that you will be immediately updated in email when there are new comments on that particular JIRA issue. We will continue to use the number of Watchers as an indication of the level of interest. Why would you stop counting votes while the vote button is stil
  15. I suspect it's absolutely none of your business if they are using an alt. Get life already. Who the hell cares if they have an alt? Go make your own alt and leave them alone.
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