At least, an attack on the Birthday Cake (or should that be cakes, as these were giant birthday cupcakes?) at Second Life’s Seventh Birthday Party (SL7B).
And this is a perfect illustration of why Linden Lab is wrong when it suggests that the Ninth Birthday Party for Second Life should be held in the disparate communities and thus demonstrate … erm … community.
I’m sure the dragons can throw a perfectly awesome party in their own region. I’m equally sure that their immensely talented creators can contruct the most delectable of birthday cakes, and that the dragons can happily raid it to their hearts content.
Watched by … other dragons. And people who know about the dragon community. Not by people who will be taken by awed surprise: “Wow a dragon! That’s … huge! Wow – there’s another one! Oh aren’t they gorgeous! Oh – they’re raiding the cake! Isn’t that hilarious! Oh look – there’s a golf course. Oh my, pirates! And there’s a library … Was that a giant cockroach?”
That’s what the birthday is all about.
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