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I WAS BANNED FOR NO REASON


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ad first... no reason at all to write in CAPS.. it's rude and shouting.

 

second... a simowner can ban you for no reason at all... he might not like your big butt or small hips... or nose... or... pink skin...blond hair... in short: he doesn't need a reason he can do it anytime and everywhere on HIS land.

 

there's nothing you can do about it.

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ad first... no reason at all to write in CAPS.. it's rude and shouting.

 

second... a simowner can ban you for no reason at all... he might not like your big butt or small hips... or nose... or... pink skin...blond hair... in short: he doesn't need a reason he can do it anytime and everywhere on HIS land.

 

there's nothing you can do about it.

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Tiffany, dear...

You need to understand some things about Second Life.

First, as you've been told by others, a land owner can ban anyone she wants to, at any time, for any reason...or for no reason at all.  The Golden Rule in SL is, "He who owns the land, makes the rules."

Second, a lot of Adult places prohbit avatars under, say, 30 days old.  This is not anything personal against you.  Many griefers use new, "throwaway" accounts to harass people and places.  By imposing this restriction against new accounts, a club or a region can help keep these troublemakers out.

Third, the message about scripts could have several causes.  The most likely is that the land owner has disabled scripts from running at that location.  This is another security measure to foil troublemakers.  However, it has nothing to do with your being kicked out.

Fourth, typing IN ALL CAPS is considered to be "shouting" on the internet.  Many people consider it to be rude.

Fifth, it pays to be polite.  A sense of entitlement, and insisting on your "rights" is not a good way to make friends in SL or to have an enjoyable time here.

Finally, there are over 20,000 regions in Second Life.  If one of them has rules or restrictions that aren't to your liking, simply go somewhere else!  There are endless "somewhere elses."

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