Welcome Mr Janitor and Mr Oud! Minsk, make sure you join the Free State Project group right away if you can. I'm trying to catch up with the Facebook group. More members, please!
Now, for a fun story about an interesting experience I had this morning in Second Life. I had just arrived at Zephyr Heights, a very cool place featured in this article on the front page of The Phoenix, not long ago. This is well worth the read if you want to know more about SL before getting your FREE account: http://www.thephoenix.com/article_ektid17440.aspx
Zephyr Heights is a special place to me since it was where I made some of my first friends in SL, and I was there at the grand opening. We had a fun water balloon fight, did some skateboarding, and I even got a trophy for a boxwood derby I entered. When I get a house, I will probably have a special shelf for that trophy, making room, of course, for the huge Golden Porcupine trophy I expect to be getting.
So anyway, this morning I arrived at Zephyr Heights and was standing on the street when I was greeted by a big pink bunny. He tried to sell me some weed. I declined. ThatÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s when a female cop showed up and told me not to trust the bunny. She was an officer of the Zephyr Heights Police Department and I wasnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t quite sure what would happen. Zephyr Heights is a private parcel so I wasnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t sure what kinds of laws the ZHPD enforced. Was there a law against virtual weed here? Did the bunny have a rap sheet? I politely asked the officer. Well, the reason not to trust the pink bunny should be obvious, just look at him! That was the gist of her reply. Duh! I laughed at myself for overlooking the obvious. I was also told that the only job of the ZHPD is to eat donuts and drink coffee. I had not noticed the donut with pink frosting in the officerÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s hand. I started to virtually salivate. Yum, donuts.
It also happened that the police chief was standing nearby, although he was not on duty and was not in uniform. He yelled at the junior officer for not eating enough donuts. I immediately took a liking to these officers of the law. We then headed over to an old warehouse to play russian roulette. I had heard about this game (in the article above), and I thought it would be a hoot to play with a pink bunny and a few of ZHPDÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s finest.
So after a bungled attempt to get us all in the police cruiser, we took another unmarked car, although I seem to have been stuck in the trunk with my head sticking out of the side of the car. It was awkward, to say the least. Arriving at the second story warehouse, the four of us sat down, picked up the 6 shooters, and started to play. I got killed my first shot. I thought it might be rigged, but my luck picked up in later rounds.
Here are some pics from that tense experience. For some reason here the female cop is holding her donut to her head. The donut was apparently loaded. http://www.sluniverse.com/pics/pic.aspx?id=95807&sort=PictureID+desc
HereÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s another picture after the bunny and the off duty chief got knocked out of the game. You canÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t see it, but IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢m sweating bullets here.http://www.sluniverse.com/pics/pic.aspx?id=95808&sort=PictureID+desc
I think this cop is hawt. Clearly she does not eat enough donuts. Hmmm, donuts.