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http://worlds.com/ Worlds.com is a MMO where you create worlds, avatars, and basically anything. It pretty much Second Life but way more weirder. There's a hell world, a world made of colorful polygons, and random stuff like these There has been stories of Cults, and player models being stuck and staying there forever. If you want to see gameplay of this MMO, Vinny's video pretty much sums up the whole game. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqel0k0NzNU If you are still brave and curious after watching that, click on the link to try out the game; it's free. http://www-static.us.worlds.net/cgi-bin/download.cgi?action=full&bundle=WorldsCurrentVer Thoughts?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBOB_aJWVO4 Are you a girl? No Yes! Do you like Nintendo? Yes! Then you'll love the new Nintendo Girls Club YouTube channel! also I hope you guys appreciated the Punch-Out!! reference in the title, what with Little Mac being topical at the moment Hosted by actress Jorgie Porter from Hollyoaks (a UK soap opera for those not in the know) as well as a few other female celebrities (Kim Cattrall from Sex and the City to name one), Nintendo has launched a brand new YouTube channel that's strictly aimed at its female demographic. It will feature videos, trailers, and more all specifically tailored for the girl gamer market, with an apparent emphasis on the 3DS/2DS but with a few Wii U titles like Super Mario 3D World and - yes! - Sonic Lost World thrown in for good measure. The big question is though... is this a good idea, and a step forward for women's rights in the world of gaming? Or is it a bit of a misfire, seemingly reinforcing as many stereotypes as it attempts to break, what with its princess-themed logo? And more importantly, will it actually do Nintendo any good in these troubling times? In all honesty it'll probably amount to nothing, and just be a little thing they're doing to keep appealing to their female fans. But that doesn't mean it can't prompt some discussion! Oh... and... umm... did anyone else find this bit of the intro video really creepy? "It's-a me, being a pervert behind-a the curtains! Wahoo!"
http://uk.lifestyle.yahoo.com/parents-fury-at-10-year-old-supermodel.html Why would a Mother let her do this, I know kids model clothes but they model clothes for their own age group, not clothes a grown woman with more money than sense would wear. This guy would love this: Sorry to sound like the Daily Mail but I find this wrong.... Do you think the kids are over sexualized by the media and clothing companies?