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4/16/2007
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Mitch Wagner
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Second Life Image: This Guy Looks Like He Has A Baaaaad Hangover

I found this guy during some random exploration in Second Life. He looks like he had a little too much to drink the night before. He's enormous--to get an idea how big, look very, very closely and you can barely see my avatar, Ziggy Figaro, sitting on the left knuckle of his left hand. I found him in Sweet Leaf (SLURL)). Screenshot below the fold.

I found this guy during some random exploration in Second Life. He looks like he had a little too much to drink the night before. He's enormous--to get an idea how big, look very, very closely and you can barely see my avatar, Ziggy Figaro, sitting on the left knuckle of his left hand. I found him in Sweet Leaf (SLURL)). Screenshot below the fold.

A weird thing floating above the Sweet Leaf area in Second Life

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