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March 17, 2015

Boycott the Shemale Gym

Filed under: Second Life Shit! — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , — Hugsie @ 8:00 pm

I haven’t posted anything about Second Life in AGES. SL has been largely uneventful as of late, except for today. I was having a rather average day, hanging out at the Shemale Gym and suddenly I was kicked out, no warning, no discussion. So I looked up to find the owner MarinaMario, and asked her why I was banned, and this was her reply.

[19:14] (You): why am i banned?
[19:15] Marina (MarinaMario): i am tired of those freeloaders who only come to make money at my place never donate just ONE L$
[19:16] (You): i've never made money at your place.. and I have rented signs at your place before.
[19:16] (You): but whatever.. be like that.

To ONLY make money? Seriously, I’m probably the only person that goes to the Gym that actually chats in local. Everyone else just IMs in private all fucking day while Marina her self (the owner) is tucked away in some corner out of public view. Maybe she needs to do MORE at her one place to liven things up.

Okay so besides that, lets assume that she is having financial issues paying her tier. I guess she thinks banning people will some how make her more money? Where’s the logic in that? Donations are by definition voluntary. No one who vists the Shemale Gym is EVER obliged to “donate.”  Maybe Marina needs to find a dictionary as to what a donation means

donate [doh-neyt]
verb (used with object), donated, donating.
1. to present as a gift, grant, or contribution; make a donation of, as to fund or cause: to donate used clothes to the Salvation Army.

verb (used without object), donated, donating.
2. make a gift, grant, or contribution of something; give; contribute: They donate to the Red Cross every year.

It’s not mandatory as if I pay dues for club membership. Besides it’s not like I’ve never paid her a dime in the past, and I hardly ever get hired there let alone “make money.”  She must assume I’m super rich, which I can guarantee you I am not. It’s not like I openly solicit my self by nagging everyone there asking for money with sex. I don’t work like that, hell I don’t even actually “work” until I’m hired. I wait for people to IM me and ask for sex, and then I’ll lay on the sales pitch. It’s pointless to solicit people for sex.

So fuck the Shemale Gym; I declare a boycott! If she keeps threatening to ban residents because they hadn’t donated to her lagged out shithole, then she will be in a world of hurt down the road. Her place will close down if she keeps this attitude on going.

August 6, 2014

Ranking up in GTA online

Filed under: GTAV Online, Xbox 360 — Tags: , , , , , , , — Hugsie @ 6:41 pm

These are legitimate ways to rank up in GTA online!
No hacks, no glitches, no modded lobbies involved.

I’ve been able to rank TWO characters to level 200 using these methods.

Grinding on Rooftop Rumble with hard difficulty SOLO                                              

You’ll need:

  1. Pegassi Zentorno
  2. Micro SMG
  3. Any type of MG or assault rifle (I like special carbine)
  4. Sticky bombs or Grenades (optional)

Approach the parking garage from the south side (from the tracks under the overpass of the freeway).

The Zentorno has a bullet proof back end. Drive backwards towards the garage and keep the back end of your Zentorno towards the enemy, using it as a shield.
If you can get armor upgrades for your Zentorno, this will help.

Use your Micro MSG (or AP Pistol) and shoot down all the “professionals” that you see. More will drive up along your right, DO NOT turn to look at that approaching car, or the “professionals” at the garage will approach your car and take you down. That car will eventually turn left and be in your line of sight so you can keep shooting at all the “professionals” and keeping them away from your car.

Once you’ve killed the “professionals” on that side of the parking garage, keep backing in your Zentorno into the garage killing everyone inside. Use sticky or Grenades to blow up everyhing as you continue to use the back side of your Zentorno as a shield

Always keep and eye on the mini-map on the bottom left of your screen in case any of the “professionals” creep up around and take them out before they can shoot you.

Once everyone is dead inside the parking garage drive out into the alleyway. Two vehicles will spawn about one block west from your location heading towards you. One of them will drive into the alleyway you are in.  Toss a sticky bomb in the alleyway and detonate it as the enemy vehicle drives near it, and then drive off into the nearby intersection where that enemy car came from.

You should ignore the other vehicle that has pulled up at the other side of the parking garage because at this point the NPC with the package you need to complete the job is about too spawn.

He will spawn near the intersection you should already be at. He may drive north, or west, but usually he heads east over the bridge; go after him!

Equip your Micro SMG aim for the drivers head though the rear window of his car. If you’re accurate enough you can take him out quickly. Pickup the document and make your way to Martin to finish the job.
Special note: DO NOT USE the AP Pistol when killing the driver as you may blow up the vehicle, destroy the document and thus fail the mission.

Optionally once you have the document, you can drive back to the parking garage and kill those last  remaining “professionals” that pulled up earlier that you had ignored. It’s and extra 100RP, and some times if you don’t take care of them they may chase after you while you’re driving to Martin’s house, but that rarely occurs unless you’re driving a slow car.

Earn 200 RP every 70 seconds, AFK at the Car Impound                                                                    

Head over to the car impound. Make your way around the back side between the tall building, and the impound. There is a small walkway between the back of police building, and the large building next door. Just jump up on what look like metal cabinets, then walk over to the duct work and climb that, then climb the wall onto the roof top where the Heleipad is.

The trick is finding a sweet spot to stand in as the cops tend to move at first.  Some times they WILL see you (and sometimes shoot you) if you’re standing too close to the edge of the rooftop, ot by that door as shown in the video below. I find it better to stand on the corner of the Helipad.

Once you make it up there find a spot and watch the game to see if you start to lose your wanted level, and let that repeat. After you’ve lost your wanted level twice you should be in good shape, if not move your position around that rooftop and you should be able to find a sweet spot.  You’ll likely rank 2-10 times overnight depending on what rank you’re already at.

Slap a rubber band around the right stick, plug in USB play-n-charge in it (or use wired controller) and let it sit there when you go to bed, go to work.. or go have a life.

It may also help to disable controller vibration so it doesn’t make weird noises when you get phone calls in the game.

See this video, thanks to GirlGamingCentral

The best way to leave this when you’re done is to walk over to the other side of the Helipad, and crouch and wait to lose your wanted level. You won’t gain another wanted level as long as you’re on that side of the building. Then walk (west) towards the tall building, jump down to a low rooftop, then from there to the ground, and be on your merry way.

Troll the marines at Fort Zancudo, get a 4-star wanted level and hide for 400 RP                        

Drive out to the north-west side of Fort Zancudo. You can get there by going though the tunnel, as you drive north, and make a right turn at the first street you see.

Drive up and break though the gate. Just as your car drives over the arrow on the ground, you’ll get a 4 star wanted level.

Immedately drive out and make a right turn onto another nearby street. Follow the dirt road and turn left, and pull in front of a small building. There may be NPC workers here on a break but they will not bother you. Stay in this posistion for about a minute and you’ll lose the wanted level, and gain 400RP.

The reason this works is the game still thinks you’re at the Military Base, and the normal police do not hunt you down with helicopters. The military doesn’t use helicopters to go after you, so it’s VERY easy to evade them as long as you stay within that area and out of line of sight of the military. The military can’t exit the large fences that’s keeping you from getting inside, but a FEW do spawn outside and will make there way towards you but they are easy to evade. DO NOT go driving off up the mountain side or back towards the main road as the normal police with helicopters will get on your ass ASAP, and you’re screwed.

See this Video to see where to go, this video also shows it differently than how I explained it, but this will give you a good idea on what to do.

Thanks to Rambo, and DOPEGAMERHD

Here is a list of YouTube channels I watch to keep my self updated on GTA, other than the Rock Star Newswire.



Dynomite Gaming


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September 9, 2009


Filed under: Second Life Shit! — Tags: , , , , — Hugsie @ 6:13 am

My spaking new Freebie Penis (v3) has been out for about a week now. I recently posted it as a freebie on XStreetSL and it’s already gotten a 4.3 star rating!  I’m also starting to create my own content to sell on Xstreet, as well as vendos in Morken.  XStreet is a great way to get your products out there and to make some money, and it’s FREE to use! The only thing you really have to spend on is if you want any promotions for your sales to appear on the front page when you get onto XstreetSL.

This is a lot better than the auctions that has that nickels and dimes you for every little thing you post for sale.  You have to pay a wholesale fee for EVERY copy made, meaning if you want to give it away for FREE, you still have to pay for EACH copy you give away.  Auctions on don’t last for ever, at most a couple months.  Xstreet items remain online indefinably, which can lead to things getting very cluttered. Xsteet does take a 5% cut from every sale, which I find reasonable considering they give me an online store front that lasts forever for free!

Couple of problem with XstreetSL that bug me is that I constantly have to keep re-logging in. It apparently can’t REMEMBER me if I close my browser and open it up again and go back to Xst.  But what’s EXTREMELY annoying is I have to CONSTANTLY keep telling it to enable mature content, so  I can just see the things I’m selling!  Maybe it doesn’t like FireFox or something?  They really need to re-do the web design at XStreetSL and make it more intuitive, and smart enough so i don’t have to keep doing the same things over and over and over.

Another thing XstreetSL needs to do is do away with the separate money balance.  You still have to depost money into XStreetSL before you can buy anything. Also when you sell items the L$ dosen’t drop into in-game L$ balance as you do with all other transactions.  You have to go onto the XStreetSL website and withdraw.

October 22, 2008

So you want to open yet another TS Club?

Filed under: Second Life Shit! — Tags: , , , , , , , — Hugsie @ 11:54 am

Honestly there’s too many of them.  There’s only a handful of popular shemale/TS clubs that are active. I’m not referring to groups, I’m talking about physical locations in SL that have a place to hang out, dance, have sex, and so on.  Places like Shemale Sex Palace/Garden, Sanctuary, Forced Fem University, and so on.

The biggest problem I have with most of these places is they have a dress code.  Places like Twisted Shemales I’ll NEVER go to again because of their stupid rules.  I can’t even go there with my penis hang out of my skirt with out getting shit from those people.  Just because my cock shows though my outfit doesn’t mean their establishment will LOSE money. In fact if they didn’t have a dress code, and I became a regular there, their business might actually improve more than it already has. If it has. They only allow their dancers to be nude, and that only AFTER they have tipped enough money to do so.  That just smells of money greed and is a turn off for anyone.

Seriously, if we are indeed at a place to meet transgendered then why do we have to hide our most prevalent attribute? Shouldn’t that be a choice of each individual and not some overbearing rule that some egotistical money-mongering (often) MALE club owner made? You might as well cut off your cock, and be some mundane female working at some generic strip club, which are far too common on the SL grid, so we NEED to be unique in this virtual world, not copy something that’s been done umpteen million times.

I don’t claim to know everything, and I don’t claim to know how to run a perfect club that will make a lot of money for the club owners and workers.  But I do know what I like about some clubs, and hate about other clubs.

Here’s a list of my own pet-peevs about clubs and other hangouts.

  • Forcing a dress code (except perhaps ban male noobs with boners)
  • Not letting everyone use dance poles (for tips), if they are not in their group.
  • Owners who regard other establishments as their competition, and behave offensively towards them.
  • Owners who force their “employees” to be loyal to the establishment, and threaten to fire/ban them when they are on their own time vising other places.
  • Having a posted sign price list for when your dancers will strip nude. Be more original please! Let your dancers develop their own style of seduction and teasing, rather than copy what everyone else does.
  • If you have escorts, let the escorts set their own prices, and don’t make them pay a cut to you of their earnings. They pay you though sign rentals.
  • Don’t take huge cuts from tip jars
  • Don’t make it cumbersome to get to the club area; having to walk though a huge mall sucks!
  • Don’t nickel and dime patrons for joining groups, or having access to “special rooms”
  • Don’t give out “VIP” group roles to every noob that walks into the club. They aren’t important people.
  • Keep the public free sex areas a good distance away from the club/lounge area. Keep the lame cybersex chat out of range from the people who are just relaxing.
  • Don’t be absent all the time from your establishment.  If the owners can’t be hosts to greet everyone and deal with griefers and other problems; HIRE someone to do so.
  • Host events from time to time, otherwise your place just ends up a ghost town, or worse a place where people are anti-social and resort to IMs, resulting in an area full of people just standing around quietly like statues which attracts people to your place who lack any social skills.
  • Don’t build over elaborate buildings that take forever to rez. Some places can be so elaborate that it seems claustrophobic to walk around in.  Simpler is always better, like large boxed areas work fine.
  • Don’t use crap items in your establishment.  Like dance poles that use “belly dancer” animation that everyone already has seen for the past 5 years in SL. Get some decent stuff for what you can afford
  • Do not try elaborate schemes and ideas for your establishment to make money.  Just start simple and build up from there.  Too much will discourage patrons, and any potential employees.
  • K.I.S.S. – Keep It Simple, Stupid.
  • DO NOT MAKE ALTS TO INFLATE YOUR TRAFFIC NUMBERS.  I’m SICK and tired of people gaming the system using a dozen alts camping up in a sky box 700m in the sky to increase their traffic count.
  • That said, don’t resort to money camping either to raise your traffic.  It’s cheating and fucks up the economy when vendors are lured to believe you have good traffic numbers for them to rent a spot in your over sized shopping mall.
  • If you are going to have a shopping mall, and you’re a new establishment, don’t make it over sized. Start small and let it grow as the demand goes up (if at all).
  • If you do have a shopping area, take the effort to find some unique vendors. I’m tired of seeing the same vendors in every mall I pass by offering the same old stuff.
  • Try not to be mean too noobs because they are noobs.  Give them the benefit of the doubt they aren’t morons, and help the as best as you can.  If they still can’t figure out the simplest of things, then they are morons and should be treated as such.
  • Just because a user has no payment info on file doesn’t mean they are broke, same with noobs. But even if they admit they have no money is no reason to act like an asshole towards them since they can STILL be potential customers and a source of money for your establishment later on.
  • As long as they are nice don’t be a douche-bag towards noobs, and moneyless avis. If they don’t like you and your establishment they will never come back when they DO have money.
  • I hate club owners who bitch at their workers for not being AT their establishment when there might be people there hanging around. Why don’t YOU (the owners) entertain your guests for once?

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