Saturday, April 21, 2018

New Secondlife Land Policies

I was watching the live-feed of Ebbe Alberg's Secondlife Town Hall where he was talking about starting to experiment with different land hosting and pricing models.  It struck me that he has no actual plan yet, just sort of investigating making a plan.

Meanwhile...

I can rent an ark server that holds sixty people going to fucking war with scores of dinosaurs for $50 a month, compared to a secondlife server that's 1/10th the size and only holds forty people that costs Over $200 a month.

Friday, April 20, 2018

Who Keeps Banning JMAA





He thinks it's me and the guys from the cuck tendies discrod, but it's really isn't.  We may be the only people who actually watch him.  I honestly believe it's people from Britbong's discord who are doing it to fuck with him because he's kind of spergy.

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

So How Did Joe Leifstrom Get Banned Anyhow?

When Secondlife still had people, Joe Leifstrom spent most of his time at Hyannisport with a small group of people.  As Secondlife emptied out, that little group began to realize they were stuck with Joe so they began quitting secondlife all together.

Alone and friendless. Joe Leifstrom migrated to Help Island with Pixie Khitan (who was in the same position)

Joe has control issues.  At Help Island, he decided he just didn't like having Chase McClure and Colie Ceriano around.  Their presence really bugged him so he acquired a sim crasher and went to work. 

For over four months Joe would crash Help Island Public on an alt whenever Chase or Colie would show up, being careful to change his proxy IP each time to protect his Joe Leifstrom account. 

Eventually, Linden Lab went beyond IP and matched the machine ID's of the sim crasher to Joe and deleted all his accounts and removed his right to access Secondlife.

Discord Bans Britbong For Threats

Britbong lost all his discord accounts today, in reaction to an incident last week where he used an alt account to dox and threaten swatting of a former female member of his own discord.

He's made new accounts and someone else owns his Britbong "fan" discord, so it was never in danger, but it's good to see that Discord responds to quickly to situations like this and acted not only on the account he used to make the threats, but on all his accounts.

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