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Friday, April 26, 2013


After a damn long week of work and sh*t to deal with it's finally weekend! Hooorrraaayyy! Excited? I sure am...

The Good Gorean Forum has been quite "dead" however that doesn't stop me from making my listings of freebies stuff. I recently updated some Freebies list with more landmarks of stores so feel free to visit here: Freebies & Cheapies @ The Good Gorean Forum.

Fifty Linden Friday is on! Start shopping at the first store location @ and subscribe to keep receiving the list every week. 
Theres some cool sales going on i totally recommend: Closing Sale at Censored & Chloe, RaMa RoWanberry 50% Off Sale, 10L Sale at Sleeping Koala (you can find cute tops in here), April Showers Sale @ Ellemo (Implant Clothing, yay!) and visit the Cookie Jar Bargain Event for 55L cute furniture.

GE Maps - V 60.0 is going to come out sometime this week, excuse my mess while i continue packing.

Enjoy the weekend honorable goreans.

★ Mesh Hair from ploom (95L - My Attic Event) ★
★ Mesh Top from [M.o.w] (Group Gift)
★ Mesh Skirt from Gor Gurls (200L - Part of "Gor Gets Roped" Outfit)
★ Mesh Boots from Koko (5L - Marketplace)

"It was now the month of the vernal equinox on Gor, called En'Kara, or The First Kara. The full expression is En'Kara-Lar-Torvis, which means, rather literally, The First Turning of the Central Fire. Lar-Torvis is a Gorean expression for the sun. More commonly, though never in the context of time, the sun is referred to as Tor-Tu-Gor, or Light Upon the Home Stone. The month of the autumnal equinox is called fully Se'Kara-Lar-Torvis, but usually simply, Se'Kara, The Second Kara, or The Second Turning. As might be expected, there are related expressions for the months of the solstices, En'Var- Lar-Torvis and Se'Var-Lar-Torvis, or, again rather literally, the First Resting and the Second Resting of the Central Fire. These, however, like the other expressions, usually occur in speech only as En'Var and Se'Var, or The First Resting and The Second Resting."
 Outlaw of Gor, p 178
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