Bettina Tizzy at the re-opening of the Crescent Moon Museum
I don't like parties, and Tayzia was delayed anyway, so I spend about ten minutes at the re-opening of the museum. It was well-attended, and I spent most of the time talking to Bettina Tizzy, whose forest I recently video-ed for Higbee's SLPRS machinima. ^ That's the only decent picture I took - the rest blow. I mentioned I had nice ones from the opening and Bett told me someone is doing a history and might like them. Well I remember it - it was ages ago in
I saw someone with a "Quaker" title* and asked her if she was a Friend. She responded affirmitively and gave me a landmark to a Friend's island. I'm not religious and know nothing about the ways of the religious, however I do notice more and more religious organisations in SL. It's not a good or a bad thing unless their members act as missionaries, in which case it is bad (same for any group that tries to pull one in - like the ponzi schemers or past day's sleazy casinos and clubs). If the Jehovah's Witnesses start knocking on people's doors there will be a rush to verify (well, maybe) and move to XXX land beyond their grasp.
*"Quaker" shocked me a little.
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