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While spending a pleasant evening at Sn@tch a few nights ago, trying to fish all the pieces of the Glory dress ( shown here), I couldn’t help but camera around the store. I spied a treasure I just HAD to have!

The Apprentice

Beautifully drawn with a fine attention to detail, this compliments perfectly my yummy shoes from Indyra Originals

The Apprentice

These photographs are taken at my old stomping ground, Hobo Island. I received a TP from an old friend and jumped at the opportunity to revisit.

The Apprentice

We settle in comfy chairs to watch some old episodes of “Dragnet” woohoo!

The Apprentice

Time to go, so I waved a cheery goodbye 😀


Dress: The Apprentice by Sn@tch

Shoes: Coquette Noir by Indyra Originals

Hair: Drucilla in Black – Midnight by Sirena

Jewelry: Necklace and Earrings No. 122 by Kraftika

Skin: Suntan Misty Twilight by League

Photographed at Hobo Island

Sometimes it’s important to remember your roots.

According to the Secondlife group ABC friends, access to Secondlife by Australians will continue as normal.

From Wolfie Rankin, moderator ABC Friends group of SecondLife:

ABC Island Admin, Daveinoz, phoned Senator Conroys’ Office just now and asked if Secondlife would be banned, They said, and this is a direct quote “Absolutely, Categorically not”.

So there you have it. No need for hysteria, tears, threats, panic. All is good

Australians Banned from SecondLife? No way mate

Shown above is a group of assorted hobos, some Australian, enthusiastically celebrating the “news”

“Linden Lab has received no indications from the Australian government that it plans to block Second Life and will keep our community apprised of any developments on that front. In the meantime, we want to assure Australian Residents that Second Life remains accessible and functioning in your region.

Australia has and will continue to be an important market for Linden Lab, and we’re committed to providing the best possible Second Life experience for the users in that market. Some of the most exciting uses of Second Life have come out of Australia, a diverse community of Residents that includes major universities, K12 schools (in Teen Second Life), large enterprises and many thousands of consumers, who spend hundreds of thousands of hours inworld each month.



Claudia L’Amoreaux
Education Programs manager
Linden Lab | Second Life Grid”

July 2009



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