Jump to content

Selene Gregoire

Resident
  • Content Count

    4,968
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    4

Everything posted by Selene Gregoire

  1. First mention of homesteads is in this sentence. The sentence says nothing about prim count or LI nor does it say the OP is renting a homestead.
  2. It's fine to want to help a friend and you can do so by providing him/her with links and information. What you can't do is take care of the situation for your friend. They have to do that for themselves. LL has to remain in compliance with California and US privacy laws.
  3. Proper scrambled egg with fresh sauteed mushrooms, skillet browned taters with dry minced garlic and onion, one slice of real bacon (low sodium) and one slice of turkey bacon. Yummy brunch! Om nom nom
  4. I'd like to know who is paying for it and where they're stashing it. Or does a new heart patient that recently had a massive heart attack, can no longer work and isn't receiving disability (since it hasn't been approved yet) just somehow magically have an income? Someone has to stay at home with him. I can't be in two places at once. And there are no "safety nets" for people like us. Been down that road more than once already.
  5. I created this account August 31, 2005. My main was created the year before. Both are "heritage". Vanity used to refer to the last names people paid LL extra for and were limited to a select few. Rather like how the name Linden is limited to LL employees only.
  6. @Amina Sopwith Oh come on. You can do better than that! 👼
  7. Welp. That leaves me out since I can't afford to pay for the air I breathe.
  8. My post didn't have anything to do with popularity yet everything to do with biased favoritism. Giving preferential treatment to someone simply because you don't like someone else, regardless of quality, talent, etc.
  9. Sounds more like the residents playing favorites with the sims/regions they want to keep in SL. No one wants their region/sim/parcel/land to live or die on the whims of strangers.
  10. Not if you are a heart patient. https://www.heart.org/en/healthy-living/healthy-eating/eat-smart/sodium/sodium-and-salt
  11. I must have missed seeing that part about it being a homestead. I used to have one and I did have a few rentals. But that was way before they upped prim count/LI. It's still in my Picks and on the grid, too. lol ETA: I went back and looked. I didn't see where anyone mentioned homesteads until you did Lindal. Would you mind pointing me to it? Please.
  12. Are people really that desperate for something different to eat?
  13. Combining salt with chocolate is an abomination. The flavors clash, not compliment. Most people eat way too much salt and then have a heart attack. As the RL other half recently found out the hard way. Lucky for him I stopped adding much in the way of salt to my cooking years before I ever met him. So now we only have to shop for the no salt added foods. Of which the variety available today is vastly better, compared to 40 years ago when my father ended up with a pacemaker I don't care for pretzels anyway. Too salty. Remember, salt is a preservative. The more you eat, the more damage you do to your body. https://www.verywellhealth.com/eat-it-with-a-grain-of-salt-1958878 ETA: The human body does require small amounts of salt, about 2 grams per day, so you can't cut it from your diet completely. But you can get it naturally just from the foods you do eat so you don't need to add salt to most things.
  14. A 1024 has an LI of 351. Someone is getting ripped off renting a 4096 at 312 LI.
  15. What is wrong with people?!? Salt and sweet do not go together!
  16. Yesterday I ate a food like substance. Today I ate a food like substance. Tomorrow... I think I'll eat some real food.
  17. I"m the one who slammed the door in his face so no I haven't contributed to a lower grade. If anything I did him a favor. ffs
  18. Yes. Both. And some will flipflop between SL and RL. Like fish out of water.
  19. Not difficult, impossible. People are not completely honest in answering surveys. If you've ever worked for a research company and had to do them over the phone, you'd know, too. Of course, any results are going to be skewed and conclusions are not going to reflect the actuality.
×
×
  • Create New...