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Monday, May 18, 2020


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Sales Be Gone

Are you really sure you want to buy our product? It's just not a good time for us.
No, you definitely can't have premium package. We might be able to throw something together, but you're going to have lower your expectations.

Honestly, it would be best if you just go to one of our brokers. Run along.

Helen Moore

This pandemic has been very miserly in throwing opportunity around. For most people and business, it's required flexibility and sacrifice. If growth is knocking on your door right now, don't you have some bigger obligation to pursue it? It's a gift that's coming from so much devastation around you.

Grocery store workers and health care workers and others are putting their lives on the line to keep this society running. LL has an opportunity to meet demand that isn't going to cost them their lives. Get your head out of your cloud. Try harder. You really owe that to those of us who are swimming in Suckfest 2020.

Susan Wilson

Godspeed to the cloud migration!


I think LL made a mistake in their announcement. It read, "We have a crack team working on that...". That should have read "We have the team on crack...."

Tsah Resident

I just want to know if the Mainland will also move to the cloud, which would eliminate the current LAG is has. Owning a region on the Mainland and paying a monthly fee to SL deserves the same advantages any other land owner may receive.

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