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Plot Tracer

Wot - nothing abou the massive demo on SL against G8 over the period of a week - and also the Cre-8 garden on Isla Montevideo? slurl:

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Patrick

There is nothing more disconcerting than hearing occasional chatter among camping zombies.
They need to have a balloon or something float down from the ceiling and end up squarely in front of the camper's face that says "T-online." Better yet, before they cash out, they would be required to put the X in the right bracket ("You are being paid by [ ] T-Mobile; [ ] T-online; [X] T-backs").
It's a strange universe that the best carpeting is provided by a mobile carrier...

MSGiro Grosso

I'm just surprised that a corporation would stoop to that level. Is that all their marketing braintrust could come up with...or their agency for that matter? I feel like it's the equivalent of Disney throwing their hands in the air one day and saying "Screw it! We're doing porn because it's easy, cheap and makes money." There are many more interesting and useful ways to engage the community and get them involved with your brand. You just gotta put your back into it and do some heavy lifting. I expect too much integrity from these corps I guess.

Nexii Malthus

I am surprised that a Teen Fashion brand would try to open a sim in the Adult Grid instead of , logically, the Teen Grid.

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According to Maya chronicles(the Book of Chilam Balam), Hunac Ceel, ruler of Mayapan, conquered Chichen Itza in the 13th century. Hunac Ceel supposedly prophesied his own rise to power. According to custom at the time, individuals thrown into the Cenote Sagrado were believed to have the power of prophecy if they survived. During one such ceremony, the chronicles state, there were no survivors, so Hunac Ceel leaped into the Cenote Sagrado, and when removed, prophesied his own ascension.
While there is some archaeological evidence that indicates Chichén Itzá was at one time looted and sacked, there appears to be greater evidence that it could not have been by Mayapan, at least not when Chichén Itzá was an active urban center. Archaeological data now indicates that Chichen Itza fell by around AD 1000, some two centuries before the rise of Mayapan.

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While there is some archaeological evidence that indicates Chichén Itzá was at one time looted and sacked, there appears to be greater evidence that it could not have been by Mayapan, at least not when Chichén Itzá was an active urban center. Archaeological data now indicates that Chichen Itza fell by around AD 1000, some two centuries before the rise of Mayapan.

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