Tuesday, October 30, 2012

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Stay Safe, NWN Readers in Hurricane Sandy's Path!

The woman known in Second Life as Whiskey Monday makes a very succinct point that's worth considering more than just about anything else at the moment:

Hurricane Sandy Second Life users

Stay safe, all of you reading this who are in Hurricane Sandy's path (or indeed, it's wet and brutal wake). I know there's a lot of you out there. And if you feel like checking in to let your online friends know how you're doing, please do in Comments -- I'm sure they (and me) want to hear from you.


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Uccello Poultry

Safe here in southern Maine. I have SL friends in Massachusetts and Connecticut that I haven't heard from yet, though.

Orca Flotta

SL seems to be a lot emptier the last few days. I guess the people have other problems right now than some silly virtual world in their computer; they are probably busy evacuating that computer to the basement.

Best of luck y'all.

Hamlet Au

Stay warm up there in Main, Ms. Poultry!

@Orca -- Yeah, I noticed slower traffic yesterday and was wondering WTF, then realized, Oh yeah, a lot of people have more important things on their mind than this silly blog.

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