Second Life is so cool, but why pay for the things that other people have worked hard to build and created when you can save yourself $1.25 US and simply rip them off? In fact, you can simply snarf people’s stuff for FREE then re-sell them and make BIG MONEY, here’s how:
Step-by-Step instructions on how to steal hair, shoes, clothes, skins, huds, scripts, animations and anything you can think of in Second Life and get aways with it legally!*
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The first thing you have to do is be a) greedy, b) self-centered, c) a childish idiot who is unwilling to take the time to learn how to do things that are worth being proud of. Is that you? Great, read on!
Now that you have chosen to become a Second Life, Second Class Luz0r, you need to know how Second Life works. “But wait, the very fact that I want to steal means I’m lazy and immature, that I have no patience or character, and now you’re saying that I actually have to learn something?”
If you want to gain status among the those who have none themselves, it’ll actually take work. Face it, your sense of worth is already probably pretty low if you are going in this direction, so any little ego pump from those who know less than you has got to be worthwhile, right? You get to keep on depending on others to make you feel good instead of taking that time to create something that will give you actual mad skillz that people will have a REAL reason to respect you for.
The fact is that you can simply start off by bragging a lot. Lie about those mad skillz. As long as you provide no actual evidence of them, you aren’t breaking the Second Life Terms of Service. See? So let’s move on.
How to steal things in second life!
Ripping a skin is easy! The first thing you have to do is to put aside all decency and then, well, *I* know how, but I’m l337 and you have to really kiss my butt for me to share that information with you. Give me some L$ first.
How to steal hair in second life! The first thing you have to do is get a demo. If you can’t afford the L$1, then beg for it at a public sandbox. Don’t worry, dignity is secondary to getting mad propz from people who can’t create. Whine, plead, cajole and finally threaten something you have absolutely no power to do. Find someone that really looks like a newbie and threaten to shoot and kill them if they don’t give you their money. They might not have any money so at least this way you can have a good excuse to dispute your being ejected, banned or getting an abuse report filed on you for having griefed them because you could not see straight though your inner desperation and greed for external validation. I mean after all, It’s Just a Game(tm) right?
(Dear Griefers: Why is it when you are annoying someone It’s Just a Game, but when someone else is getting the better of you, they are Total A*holes, B*tches and various other names that require punctuation? Awww. Poor thing. One’s own medicine usually tastes worse.)
Back to our subject: The supply of freebies is infinite and that with the smallest amount of research you’ll learn that FREE does not mean junk, in fact, some of the best quality things I have were absolutely free. Second Life is the same as First Life (for those who have one, you know what I mean).
There are givers and there are takers.
The givers are those who create because they are interesting people. They have their own vision and make cool stuff. And they give it away because they recognize that they can keep making stuff. They aren’t greedy. On the other hand, takers usually spend the very same energy (or more!) that they could be using to create in researching how to rip these aformentionned people off.
You have a choice as to who you want to be. You can be cool and make stuff (and make money), or you can be a luz0r and rip stuff off, and make other people lose money. Which do you think is cooler?
Here is an alternative: Second Life Freebie places. MORE than you can handle and lots to learn from.
Stealing clothes in Second Life. So now, you’ve created your third alt, and you have no real friends and are pretty bored and the hair that you wanted doesn’t look good on your new alt, so the next thing you have to do is…
Have you read this far? If so, you are:
a) A loser who needs to grow up and understand when keywords are being trapped to mock low-lives. But even so! There’s hope for you yet. If you can slog though all this text, you might have what it takes to be a genuine creator. The thieves who have not read far this are double-lazy loser.
b) A builder or content creator who was originally outraged at the boldness of the article and recognized that I’m trying to tweak the pathetic little rip-off artists into considering that what they are doing lessens them as much as it hurts another.
c) One of my friends being nice to me by reading this article.
The moral of the story? There are losers who are searching for these kind of keywords and finding my blog. I certainly hope that you recognize that you can be better than a petty thief. Take the time to learn. Learn to build. Learn to script. Learn social skills! You’ll find that as you actually develop REAL skills that you will aquire VALUABLE attention, interest, respect and admiration from people who are actually worth respecting themselves.
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Many people, it seems are quite explicit in their intention to thieve, and make no qualms about it. For you people I have 3 words: Learn to build! Get good enough and YOU can make some real money in second life (enough to pay for your groceries or mortgage, even) if you choose to be a creator rather than a mere leech. You get to choose: thief or actual cool person.
Do take the time. you can use Second Life as a way to waste time and simply aleviate boredom, or you can use it to prototype the skills of becoming an full and interesting human being.
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