It's just this little chromium switch, here... (derspatchel) wrote,
It's just this little chromium switch, here...

Meanwhile, at the International House of Prozac...

Tonight in Second Life I finished off most of the building of my crazy house-like thingydo. I had to get rid of the beanstalk cause it sucked, but kept and refined the very nice platform-based design. It's pretty much a multi-tiered version of my old Poet's Seat roost. This time around, however, I have named the structure International House of Prozac.

Being a well-to-do man-about-town, I realized that what this game needed more than anything else was fine art. Oh, sure, we have textures galore, and casinos, and LAND FOR RENT signs, and sex tables, and furries with multiple instances of color-changing genitalia, but there's no art. I seek to remedy this situation by opening an art gallery. Soon SL residents from all over will be able to purchase and take home a life-enriching work of art for their own home use.

That said, I'd like you to meet our latest acquisition:

I think it goes very well with the companion piece.


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