Jukebox, Saturday Night


Back to the magic of the metaverse…. is it possible that I could be standing alone at a jukebox in my studio in Second Life and suddenly be transported back in time to the childhood of my human self, staring, mesmerized, into this gleaming cathedral of sound and color, listening wide-eyed and reverent before the tabernacle as the spinning wafer teases out a piece of paradise itself? Yes, anything is possible in Second Life. In this world, in fact, you can still get to heaven on a buffalo nickle. I put a spell on you…

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4 Responses to Jukebox, Saturday Night

  1. Seraphine says:

    well, *almost* anything is possible in SL.
    but really, when i say that, then i’m only looking for exceptions rather than the possibilities.

  2. Chrome says:

    yeah… but ya know what’s even more fun, sera? turning exceptions into possibilities – especially useless ones like inworld video chat, which I invented the other day (in my head). wound up in a drawer with the rest of my collection of useless possibilities, in case you ever want to borrow it. :)

  3. Seraphine says:

    um. drawers are rather creepy,
    unless they are in the kitchen.

    happy thanksgiving, chrome.

  4. Chrome says:

    drawers are like tiny attics in a way, so, in that sense they can be kinda creepy. never thought of it that way; but then, you do have a way of revealing things unseen.

    happy thanksgiving to you too, seraphine.

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