Roots.

Amping up the volume here!

[The Beautiful Plastik Machine.]

I’ve been marinating a while, I’ve been just kind of skating along a long line of thought that’s been itching to get out of my brain, and I think i’ve gotten to the point where I’m just gonna say what I’ve been thinking.

No one works together in Second Life anymore. No one has each other’s backs.

I started Second life almost as soon as it started. In 2004, I was a high schooler, and I was lonely as hell. I discovered Second life, I made friends, and some of those relationships are still holding strong to this day. The internet and games like Second Life are an amazing tool we have in our social arsenal, and this generation, I like to think, has become a bit better for it. We live in a world where we can have friends in Egypt, in Peru, in Greenland, and in Russia, We…

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