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Wex Is Not Always Wex

2dor.com Tudor Village is for sale, including the entire village, tavern and Globe Theatre!

You could organize a play group to perform at the Globe Theatre in Sl’s London Park, if you dared, and there are dozens of other angles you can come up with about this website, 2dor.com, which is actually a FOUR CHARACTER DOT-COM, and don’t you forget it. That short name is worth plenty¬† just by itself, and the fact that it also makes some parcel of SENSE gives it even more value.

My estimate of the value of that website, once developed, could easily run into the tens of thousands of dollars, and with a break such as backing with the Sharks, hundreds of thousands of dollars in commercial value.

Also keep in mind that the website is not new — it’s decades old, and on google searches, that does count for something, along with the fact that there’s a proven track-record of traffic to that site, meaning that every day, there are potential sales to customers who, in effect, “walked in the door”. Continue reading

…and Furthermore…

Just now got to a “save” point in a wild and crazy design binge in copper with Ashanti Style Circle Drops & Threaded Beads, mostly copper-on-copper, but a few surprise elements thrown in, as well. I’m intending to show them this morning at the ICW, if time and other stuff permits. I took a moment to jot this down, then I’m off again to the Never-Never Land of coppersmithing.

Point of Interest: Nebulae look so fantastic, and all it takes is a swirl of the cosmic finger to set one off. From the outside, it looks totally incredible, but who knew that PEOPLE live inside those galaxies???

Still, from the Cosmic Viewpoint, it’s worth a few dozen crushed bugs and nearly self-extinct species of two-legged bipeds.

Yet Another Point of Interest: What about taking a bunch of kits to a fair or trunk show in a shop or mall space, making the parts halfway — beating the paddles, forming the circles, doing everything to make it possible for someone to choose the beads they like, then YOU put them on the circle or core, seal it, put the ear-wires of choice on the item, and ring up another SALE!!!

WHAT EXACTLY IS THE GIMMICK???

There is no gimmick. You’re making the finished piece, but THEY are choosing the gemstones or other beads that go onto the piece, and THEY decide which one goes where, and THEY can do that part themselves; you then take the piece, seal and finish, and put it into their hands or into a “Take Me Home” baggie and yes, that’s the whole plan.

See You At The Top!!!

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A Quick Update

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Hotter than a pistol, I’m building my ass off in the Ashram!!!

This urban disaster area is just one of my latest building efforts to provide a background for the PLS adventures on which you’ll be going in the near future. I can assemble a complete city with all the trimmings and extras, but more than that, I’m able to build a world that can’t exist in this time-space but does exist in another one just beside this one.

You’ll note that there’s new My Life as a Boy material that’s been posted, and more to come. The respite was strictly temporary, because there was a lot of work needed in the Ashram. You will note that the number of working shops, stores and food services in the Ashram are growing at the rate of between one and three business places per day, with plenty of new shops featuring the L$25 price tag for all items in the shop, making learning how to dress oneself, buy clothing and other accessories and handle objects somewhat easier.

Please note that we’re talking baby talk here — dressing yourself is a major issue in Second Life, as you’ll discover upon undertaking the task of removing one item of clothing and replacing it with another, or taking something off and putting something else on.

Even more confusing and disorienting is the process whereby one changes one’s avatar entirely. This can cause bizarre disruptions in reality.

Then there’s the question of WHY??? Why buy electronic fashions, binary cosmetics and digital jeans?

It’s not the thing itself, it’s what you learn by doing it.

See You At The Top!!!

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