Sekret Spy Cam!

I’ve been fighting Real Life to cram in some Second Life time for the my current build projects so I haven’t been blogging lately, but an envelope filled with pictures was on my desk when I woke up today — pictures from sort of Sekret Spy Cam that must have been following me while I was building late last night. Well, rather than succumb to potential blackmail, I’m going to proactively publish the PG-rated shots (no, you can’t see the other ones!) here thus diluting the chances of anyone trying to get my last L$47 through nefarious means. I have nothing to hide, but I think I’ll wear clothes while I build from now on (safety first, girls!).

Looking past my tushie, you’ll see there is at least one reddish room inside the build.

That appears to be a ladder over my shoulder? What kind of structure uses ladders?

Hey! That looks like hay! Could this be some sort of barn-like structure?

If it is a barn, why does it have a nice spiral staircase around a stone column and a nicely-glazed fancy window?

This build is almost done anyway — end of the month, I think — and I’ll get started on another. I’ve already finished a prior build and I think there is a third one on the list. I don’t remember. I wish my would-be blackmailer had left a reminder.

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Blackmail: 1550s, from black + M.E. male “rent, tribute,” from O.E. mal “lawsuit, terms, bargaining, agreement,” from O.N. mal “speech, agreement;” related to O.E. mæðel “meeting, council,” mæl “speech,” Goth. maþl “meeting place,” from P.Gmc. *mathla-, from PIE *mod- “to meet, assemble.” From the practice of freebooting clan chieftains who ran protection rackets against Scottish farmers. Black from the evil of the practice. Expanded c.1826 to any type of extortion money (source).

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