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So who the hell is this Dio person?
Diogenes Aurelia Kuhr--commonly known as "Dio"--is the in-world persona I use to explore Second Life, particularly the areas that have an historical theme or which function as immersion environments.
Who am I? Well, that ain't important. Dio's in charge here. She has been known to take on various roles, such as a barmaid or storyteller in the steamlands, or a cranky confederate widow in Old West sims. In the past she's even showed up as Queen Elizabeth I in a Renaissance sim and as Head Librarian at Hogwarts castle. But more often than not, you're gonna find her in places like 1920's Berlin or one of the ancient Roman sims.
If you want to look me up in-world, I can be found in search under the name:
(I just included her rp middle name above because it sounds nice.)
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Monday, December 6, 2010
I fear for the future of the republic...
The above was seen in the food section of certain big box retailer...