Candidate Falken on SLelections:
Ok. When ‘reviewing’ the whole SLelection crazyness I could say: ‘Damned, no Falken administration. *sobs*’. Or ‘I did f*ck up on some things, sorry!’ or ‘Wow! Thank you all for this great response and participation!’. Or do a whole rant on what I would really like for Second Life’s future. Or say that we’ve ’sort of’ made our point. Yet I’m just going to say: ‘Hell! I got to sleep with Myg!’ ;)
Candidate Falken (not to be confused with Vint Falken)
Concerned SL Resident’s last letter:
Thanks for participating in the 2007 SLelections for Governor. Before we announce the winner and the new Governor of Second Life, we would like to thank all the residents who participated in this SLelection. Your candidacies were strong, your platforms inspiring, and your campaign posters excellent! You have shown us many excellent paths for Second Life’s future.
However, we had some minor problems with returning the SLelections 2007 voting boxes into our inventory. They were, um, lost. Luckily upon contacting Live Help, the Lindens were able to tell us the following:
“We were pleased to see all the Residents participating in the democratization of Second Life. After discarding the votes of the residents that are not registered with our Identity Verification System, it is clear that the community wishes to re-elect Philip Linden Governor of Second Life. We are very happy with that, as this means we can keep our current jobs in the Linden Administration. Thank you for voting.”
Congratulation to Phil on his reelection. Please note that any protests of election results will be considered broadly offensive and offenders will be Abuse Reported. Despite any discrepancies you may think you see, we stress that this does not represent a change in our position, and we remain committed to the same democratic principles we have held from the start.
The Concerned Residents
*copy pastes ‘SLelections’ folder from Desktop to disk D, Second Life, closed, SLelections*