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Rosemaery Lorefield

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About Rosemaery Lorefield

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  1. Some people like to help newbs, some people like to watch newbs get boxes and stuff stuck all over their avis. Personally I don't hang out at them because I heard there are people there. Skerry.
  2. You don't have to accept the inventory offer, so it's not at all like a stranger shoving something in your beach bag.
  3. Oh sorry, didn't think you'd actually have another smart remark for that so I never did come back and check. You are being too critical of someone who obviously did not understand the situation, so yea, I did mean you. Likewise, if you are going to be just outright mean to people who need help, don't expect to be taken seriously either
  4. It must be nice to be the one perfect person who has never made a mistake or needed help/advice on something.
  5. There are better ways of advertising. Find venues where your target market goes and buy ad boards, join business groups related to your business, get an ad in a magazine, blog, etc. People at info hubs may or may not be interested in the business you are promoting and most of them will feel spammed if you send unsolicited LM.
  6. I use Caspervend and I love it. The pack I bought seems to have every kind of vendor you could want, but I use the panel display and the holovend to rez demo's. You should grab their demo box and see if ione of the vendors suits you. Setup was pretty easy, even for me lol.
  7. <<So why have a policy ~or laws for that matter~ which are unenforcable? What's the point .. >> Same in RL. Child rape is illegal, but it still happens. The only way we know about it is if someone gets caught. Guess we should just make child rape legal then, huh? <<I think that the OP is perfectly justified in pointing out the futility & hypocracy of LL policy when it comes to sexual age play.>> I don't think futility had anything to do with her post. She's mad because she isn't allowed to depict child pornography on her screen through the use of Second Life.
  8. <<It is also absurd that, as a verfified adult, I can be thrown out of an adult establishment for not meeting the owner's (not LL's) arbitrary height restriction>> Club owners have the right to throw you off of their land for any reason. They pay for the land, they make the rules. Deal with it.
  9. <<They've made a moral decision for you, whether you like it or not>> No sweetie. They have made a legal decision that reflects the laws in the US and protects them AND you, whether you like it or not. Do you know that you can go to jail for performing an act of child sex age play? It's called child pornography and it happens to be illegal.
  10. Wait...those things are worse than child rape? FYI- child sex age play depicts children in sex acts. Children are incapable of consent. Therefore, age play depicts scenes of child rape. IMO, the worst crime that can be comitted. That and, child pron is illegal in the US, where LL operates from. Depictions of other sex acts are not illegal.
  11. I gave my personal stance plenty, there is no sense in arguing it further. If you still have questions about my stance, please refer to my earlier posts.
  12. Yea, Pro-pedo. Really you should be a little more careful than to throw around those kind of insinuations. Bottom line is, you cannot prove any person is a sex offender, even if they say they are. It's not up to you, or the OP or anyone to decide what is the truth and what is not when it comes to people's personal information. Just like you can go around saying I'm pro-pedo, anyone can go around saying some IS a pedo. That is wrong, no matter how you try to defend it.
  13. <<The lists of convicted sex offenders tell what their crime was, tho>> Except that people don't always check. People who did not commit a violent or forceful rape have been harassed and had trouble finding work as a result of being on the registry. I don't know if SL people are any more prone to due diligence than people in RL. <<I do feel that it's reasonable to stay informed about who these people are and to keep an eye on them>> In RL, I would agree. There are children in RL. There are no actual children in SL to be preyed upon. <<I'm talking about a list of convicted sex offenders kept by the local police>> I think the lines are blurring as to what I was talking about. I'm talking about SL, and how it shouldn't be treated the same as RL. The OP wants there to be a list for SL users who "may be a threat of abuse", and later something about convicted sex offenders. All that can, and should, be done in SL is to report child sex RP if it happens or solicitation. If, like someone suggested, being a sex offender is against TOS (I'd like to see that entry), then I suppose reporting people who are supposedly sex offenders? Personally though, I think it is a greifer messing with them. Actual pedophiles hide their nature so they can fool victims and those around them.
  14. The issue is, from interacting in SL you A. cannot know whether or not someone is/was a pedo. B. Likewise, you cannot tell if they are reformed, if they ever were a pedo. Like I said though, which you might have misunderstood- YES!! Those who actually are child rapists deserve the harshest punishment available, but it is not up to individual people to continue to mete out justice when they believe the sentence is too light. Should you watch your children if a known pedophile lives in your neighborhood? Absolutely. Should you post signs and harass that person? Absolutely not. Same goes for SL, double even since the children are not actually children at all.
  15. <<(I know of one guy (rl) who had his life ruined because someone for whatever reason reported his name to "pedo hunters", had to change his name, get cosmetic surgery, and now lives in another country, that's what vigilante lists do).>> Scary! I'm so happy to be a girl. I know females can be offenders also but it sometimes seems like friendly single men just have a big target on their backs. Most importantly, in another post I pointed out that sex offender, and even "abuse of a minor" doesn't mean he is, or was definitely some raving violent child rapist. It could very well mean that in 1986 or whatever, he was a 16 year old having sex with his 16 year old girlfriend. NOT what I would call a dangerous person. I would like to add though, I do believe that those who are found guilty of actual child rape or abuse deserve the harshest punishment available. However, once they have served their sentence, whether I agree with the term or not, they should be left to live a normal life. I agree with that.
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