I suddenly realised I'd dreamt last night that LL removed map-tracking. Not that I want them to, particularly. I think it was because I was talking to a new person who offered me friendship and I refused. He said, "Don't want to be my pal, eh?" and I said I didn't do friendship as it's weird. I think map-tracking should be of the same order as "given rights." That is, it should be something one can give or revoke as needed. It would be REALLY nice if calling cards and friendship swapped places on the pie, but I'm not holding my breath on that one as it's been asked for by many people for years.
posted by - 4:15 PM
Map-tracking is such an invasion of privacy! I don't even track Theo because it feels so rude. Of course, he is usually in the other room and I can shout for a tp if he seems to be having more fun than I am...
I get people landing on my head all the time. It usually is ok and appeals to my silly side, but at times I'm busy. I kept getting people landing on my head in play rehearsals - I hope no one noticed. All summer I had ninja boys landing on my head but now school has begun they are gone.
I just remembered that one person who teleported onto my head during a rehearsal was a newish resident who was role playing a drowned sailor, and who I thought was kind of interesting. He dropped onto my head at the New Globe and made me angry, so I defriended him, although defenestration might've been my first choice.