In case anyone reading is in Second Life, Linden Lab hit me with this yesterday. According to the USA Patriot Act, I had to submit photo ID (yet again) or lose all of my sales $ and account access. Consider it a warning to any other Second Life users in the United States, and the population in general.
[NSA] You must identify yourself so that you may be cataloged, logged, and categorized. It is useless to resist, as only subversives would resist, and they always lose. Corporations are the only people that can be trusted, without prior verification. [/NSA]
It's a double standard, just like AirBNB. As a real innkeeper, I pay thousands of dollars for insurance, licenses and commercial utility rates. Meanwhile, some little boy in New York can rent out his apartment with no questions asked.
I saw this picture and got a flashback from when I was a kid and used to play on my PS one like this, anyone remember the good old time? (now I wished I knew the feeling of playing the NES but it was before my time, PS One was my first console ever and it has given me many good memories)