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 on: Today at 05:55:57 AM 
Started by David60 - Last post by terrance2874
Terrance, how / where did you watch it?
David, this website: "www1.nyc.gov/site/media/shows/half-life.page". Just watched it again...at 2:20 this morning, west coast (dst) time. mrgreen

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 on: May 21, 2019, 03:09:28 PM 
Started by David60 - Last post by David60
I remember you (plus your user name is memorable).  There aren't many of us around from 1997 anymore and it's great when someone from that era shows up to make a comment.  This is one of the very few web sites from that time about any actor that is still online and (somewhat) active today.   The emotional intensity of the message board in the nineties was amazing and I'm glad I had that whole experience.

OpenDNS did respond quickly which I appreciate.  This is part of their response:
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"Our research team has investigated the domain Larisa.com and have removed the  Pornography and Nudity tags in OpenDNS but have applied the Lingerie/Bikini tags because of threads like this: http://www.larisa.com/forum/index.php?topic=798.2145

If those images could be removed or that thread deleted we could probably removed the Lingerie/Bikini tag."

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Fuck that obviously, I'm not going to censor bikini photos. 

But these kind of ratings do have consequences.  For a while Larisa.com seemed to drop off Google entirely and I was mildly curious why.  It appears that Google factors in these kind of porn ratings.  Google is no longer the honest and transparent search engine it once was and is clearly driven by political and economic considerations (which is their right as a private business so long as they don't abuse monopolistic powers).               

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 on: May 19, 2019, 11:22:25 PM 
Started by David60 - Last post by daedalus perihelion
I was thinking about this site today and realized I hadn't been on in some years. When I tried to access it, OpenDNS blocked it for "Bikini/Lingerie." Perhaps my filter is just too strict and I need to lessen what it blocks, but I don't think this site should be blocked for any reason.

(Hope you're all doing well here. Larisa.com was one of my most visited sites circa 1997-2004. It's good to see it's still around even if it has changed quite a bit.)

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 on: May 14, 2019, 08:01:04 PM 
Started by David60 - Last post by David60
"America’s high prices are scaring patients away from using the emergency room"

https://www.vox.com/health-care/2019/5/10/18526696/health-care-costs-er-emergency-room

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 on: May 14, 2019, 07:59:30 PM 
Started by cmkat1 - Last post by cmkat1
What are ppls thoughts on the latest terrorist attack in SL?

Well, one of ny first thoughts upon first hearing the news was something like 'I recall reading on SL's wiki page that they were extremely sucessful in basically eradicating terrorism domestically (The Tamil Tigers, etc).  I guess that's no longer the case.  *Sigh*...' 

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Why would terrorists target hotels and churches? What could they possibly gain?  Cry

Perceived as easier to attack than military targets, maybe?

I've always been led to understand that terrorists' main weapon is fear.  By attacking so-called 'soft' targets they create feelings of uncertainty in a populace.  And, if the actions grab the attention of the media, sooner or later it might influence the tourist trade (for example).  Leading to political/economic instability.  Thus turmoil and chaos. 

More simply, they might attack those types of targets for purely emotional impact, hoping to 'break the spirit' of a nation, I suppose.  Basically, they want attention.  So they then can make demands.

Finally, a bit simplistic perhaps, but I'm reminded of a line describing The Joker from the Dark Knight: 'Some people just want to see the world burn.'

(hey, this is a Larisa board; I thought it at least somewhat appropriate to have a Heath Ledger reference! lol)

budoka you are a genius, you must be the one who quoted the Alex Mack episode 9/11 conspiracy!

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 on: May 14, 2019, 07:56:27 PM 
Started by David60 - Last post by David60
Terrance, how / where did you watch it?

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 on: May 12, 2019, 09:29:52 AM 
Started by David60 - Last post by terrance2874
I watched episode one on my phone last night. Will watch the next ones on my tablet. I liked it. biggrin

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 on: May 11, 2019, 09:34:21 AM 
Started by David60 - Last post by Doink
Watched the first episode and it's got a ton of potential and is well-written.  Laughed out loud at a few scenes.

You'd probably need to expand the scope/characters for it to work for an 6-10 episode run on a streaming service, but I could see them being interested in developing it.

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 on: May 11, 2019, 01:27:55 AM 
Started by David60 - Last post by budoka_ch
Seems like there's a limited online run of episodes?

Anyway. here's the link.

Dunno how long it'll be up, whether it'll switch to a 'pay-to-view' at the end of the run (June 2), or what.

(hey, smolder Wink)

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 on: May 03, 2019, 02:35:38 PM 
Started by MysticPhoenix - Last post by terrance2874
So this is how we still reply huh Terrance...

I know, the lost and forgotten Smolder...for good reason...he should be...he's was and is still a dumb drunk fuck...

I picked this one on purpose...my man Mystic Pizza...um, Phoenix (he knows)...will know why...we have plenty of history...

See...I've been long gone...Larisa...well, she's just been what she always has...herself...

Do we really want it any other way?...

As always...your full of shit dude...me...


mrgreen mrgreen

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