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  1. Some might think if they can't afford to tip then they shouldn't go at all. This might be true but in most cases your attendance is also of benefit to the venue owner and the performer. So if you're attending an event where the place is packed and you can't afford to tip then yes, you are taking a space of someone who indeed does have the money to tip but can't get in, but if the event has few attending you're actually helping the event to look more successful by increasing the numbers of those in attendance. I always tip and tip generously when attending live music events. My bestie in
  2. I spent a lot of time in Sansar during 2017-2018. During that time I had the pleasure of meeting and hanging out in a group with Ebbe during many of the Atlas Hopping events coordinated and filmed by Draxtor. What impressed me so much about Ebbe was just how much he was one of us. You never would have guessed he was the CEO of Linden Lab while we were just hanging out. He had an insatiable excitement for exploring the many experiences residents had created while getting to know all of us. But there was the other side of Ebbe where he donned that CEO cap. He had a firm grasp on the technic
  3. Perhaps I sounded catty, but it wasn't my intention. I watched the video the first time it popped up and liked what I saw. Having it pop up again when I click on my saved bookmark doesn't bother me. It's seriously a single click to get to another part of the site. With all that has transpired in the past year, I find when I'm getting triggered by something on the computer then it's time to take a walk. So it might have sounded catty, but it's actually what I do myself to try and maintain a healthy mental outlook.
  4. Doesn't bother me in the least. It's a simple click to another page. If this is so disturbing to you, perhaps you've spent too much time at the computer and need to take a walk.
  5. I don't buy skins that target looking older, but rather use tattoo layers to add details that age my avatar. I have bought lots of skin detail tats from Izzies. Doing it this way makes it so much easier to get an avatar that doesn't look like anyone else.
  6. Agree. The combination of too lax efforts on the federal government and the refusal of citizens to take the threat seriously is why the US has fared much worse than say your country. Australia got control of the situation so much faster than the US.
  7. It was irresponsible of the administration to not assume that the virus had spread outside of China when travel restrictions to/from China were initiated. There were already reported cases outside of China at that time of that closure. Then compound that disaster with the ineptitude of the state government in New York. The combination of those two mistakes took the lives of many citizens. That disaster at least prompted other state governments to take action. Unfortunately, too many state governments caved to pressure put on them by the administration, who was more concerned with propping up t
  8. You need to look no further than all the deaths in New York City to see that the travel ban from Europe came way WAY too late.
  9. If discussion actually leads to listening and understanding each other's concerns and viewpoints without judgement, then the thread serves a vital purpose. If those participating are simply here to further their own agenda without actively listening to others, then I too see no purpose for the thread.
  10. I've actually questioned the live market origin theory from the beginning. I didn't have any kind of evidence. But it made more logical sense to me than the one being touted by the media. I held my suspicion mostly to myself, other than discussing it with a couple of my close family members. I'm still not certain where it originated. What I am certain of is that no one has really provided ANY concrete evidence to prove the origin. I'm still waiting on that!
  11. Hmmmm .. that's not how I remember it. Many of the far right kept saying masks were pointless and refused to wear them because masks can't filter the tiny airborne particles. Honestly, this country has become so divided that people don't listen to each other anymore. They determine if a person is worth listening to based on the person's political affiliation first, and secondly if it supports their own political belief system. Factual evidence is way down the list of their criteria. Or that's become my experience based on my own family and friends. It's extremely depressing and isolating.
  12. I'm totally not one of those who believes in conspiracies. I also question every source for veracity. I find enough credible sources to make me question the origin of the virus. No one has proven where the virus began. I think we all need to keep an open mind and support further investigation.
  13. I make something similar to yours except I substitute dates for the butter and sugar. The dates have the sticky consistency to hold all that stuff together and are super sweet but won't spike your blood sugar the way sugar does. I also add pecans for extra protein and yumminess.
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