'Second Life' War Protest Ensures Continued Occupation of Iraq For Next 1,000 Years
Give it up for liberals: they managed to find the one way left to make traditional protests even more ineffectual and embarrassing. Have 'em on the internet!
The sick and unhealthy online fantasy world of Second Life was home to its own anti-war demonstration last weekend, just outside the pixilated "capitol" that doesn't really look very much like the Capitol. 120 avatars (the Second Life term for "losers") descended on the boxy structure waving incomprehensible signs, dancing, and feverishly awaiting their next bout of pretend internet-sex with fellow 27-year-old men pretending to be 19-year-old girls.
We stopped watching half-way through -- who gave a better speech, Jesse Jackson or Lawnmower Man?