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Posted on Wednesday, May 25th, by Germain Lussier. When we ran the story about 3D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy beating the opening day box office record in Hong Kong of the all-time box office champion, Avatar , it was just kind of a joke. But now, we just might. As previously stated, 3D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy is a remake of a film of the same name about a sexually frustrated teacher in ancient China who gets wrapped up in the harem of a new friend. The Hollywood Reporter ran the news about the 3D blockbuster and said that, after it beat the opening day gross of Avatar read about that here it went on to basically sell-out the entire first week. Plus, in both those countries, the film was released uncut with an R18 rating.
Hello, before I start to talk about my 'problem' which is most likely my stupidity, I'd like to inform you that I'm a total newb and hope for your kindness and love. So I chose a classic avatar to start the game, and tried to get naked to see what I am working with. When I took off all my clothes, or thought i did, I was left with a white top and white underwear on, and a handbag that didn't seem to want to go away. I was wondering if there would be a way to remove these items.
When a virtual journalist for a virtual newspaper reporting on the digital world ofan online game lands on the real-world front page of the New York Times, it just might signal thedawn of a new era. Virtual journalist Peter Ludlow was banned from The Sims Online for being a bittoo good at his job--for reporting in his virtual tabloid The Alphaville Herald on thecyber-brothels, crimes, and strong-arm tactics that had become rife in the game--and when the Times,the BBC, CNN, and other media outlets covered the story, users all over the Internet called thebanning censorship. Seeking a new virtual home, Ludlow moved the Herald to another virtualworld--the powerful online environment of Second Life--just as it was about the explode onto theinternational mediascape and usher in the next iteration of the Internet. In The Second Life Herald,Ludlow and his colleague Mark Wallace take us behind the scenes of the Herald as they report on theemergence of a fascinating universe of virtual spaces that will become the next generation of theWorld Wide Web: a 3-D environment that provides richer, more expressive interactions than the Web weknow today.