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Budget Friendlier Home MILL-K RENTAL - NEW YORK ECONOMY LOFT Stay in the MK NY Eco-Loft for our shared values on: 1) OWN SECURITY CONTROL - Have your own access to the security system from CasperSafe. - Add your friends or prevent unwanted guests 2) THE HIGH-QUALITY ADULT FURNITURE - Each of the MK NY Eco-Loft is furnished with high quality adult poses/animations and from awesome brands, such as: Ruckus, Debauchery, Rawage, TIS bento dances, etc. We pick the quality furniture for your needs, allowing you to save your cost and reduce your hustles.
For those who don't know, Linden Realms is an old-school adventure game the Lindens built within SL, and is accessed via Portal Park. Completion of the game rewards the SL resident with L$50, and this reward can be received once per week. Over a year this amounts to L$2600 that residents can spend on clothing, tier fees, whatever they like. This has been particularly handy for new residents, and for anyone with no payment info on file. Recently LL changed Linden Realms rules to now require that residents who play the game have payment info on file, and must use that to buy L$, before the
A thing I have been seeing for quite a while now is the question of "Is Second Life dying?", or statements that outright state it is. I am a researcher into a lot of Second Life related things. Be it from studying the protocol to better document it, to archiving historical content, to looking deeper into the Grid status to see what is normally unseen. Today, I bring my research to the public for a informative look into the question "Is Second Life dying?". I'm going to divide this research into three key parts: Concurrent residents Region/Grid growth New resident
Gachas seem to be popular items, but I see a lot of sellers on Marketplace marking gachas with huge, sometimes surly disclaimers. Most are along the lines of "buy at your own risk, zero refunds, zero redeliveries." That doesn't sound legit, and I avoided gachas... until tonight. I was in a friendly sim, saw an interesting gacha item for just L30, and took a gamble. Nothing was delivered. I wasn't surprised. I sent a friendly IM to the seller (there were numerous copies of this item available) and asked when delivery would be fixed. Before a reply came, SL sent an automated message: