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Wednesday, October 05, 2011

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Lum Lumley

#7 (GOL) is an extremely popular techno/dance club. #10, Crossroads, is, if I'm not mistaken, another very popular social spot for blues music (sometimes live) and dancing. #20, Sweethearts, is essentially a Frank's Place competitor.

So yes, there is some NotSex happening.

bradley gazov

Lum, you are right - Crossroads is a blues club with a biker theme. I used to DJ there back in the day.

Ignatius Onomatopoeia

Right on Gerontology Ed!

Jo yardley

I wish I could find the 1920s Berlin project on that site, but they say it doesn't work with sims that start with numbers in their name :(

Arcadia Codesmith

A meat market with suits and ballgowns is still a meat market.

foneco zuzu


No other business enterprise helped so much internet like the porno industry, so for once lets face the fact that most of the World, really think as meat, sex is as important and necessary to breath and live.

Arcadia Codesmith

Oh, don't get me wrong. I've got nothing against romance and/or naughty bits.

And I like jazz. I even like the eclectic mix of standards, blues, movie themes, bossa nova, and rat pack crooners that most "jazz" clubs play in lieu of actual jazz.

I'm just amused by the suggestion that a jazz club in the middle of a list of sex venues is some sort of outlier. The set dressing and social conventions are different, but I'll bet you would be hard-pressed to tell the difference from a transcript of IM traffic.

Although... okay, I'll grant you this much, there might be fewer typos at the jazz clubs. Maybe.

Ajax Manatiso

Good to see Krymov back in the top 50. A gorgeous sim with lots of romantic PG activities and events.

Catnap

Sexy Nude Beach sim is not 2 of the 3 things mentioned in its name.

It is on a beach though.

I'm perpetually amazed at the popularity of the place. It gives none of what it purports, it appears to have never used traffic gaming, its got an ugly mall strapped onto the back end that nobody uses, it has no events, and it has no security.

All it has is the name and the 20L weekly fee for being in search.

Yet somehow that's all it takes...

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