A next logical candidate for deletion on Baker Blinker’s property to make much needed prim room was Carrcassonnee over in the Temple of TILE. But Baker Bloch better confer with his female counterpart before going any further.
He looks over at Collagesity East’s Kidd Tower as a preface.
“6 prims is all you have currently, Baker Blinker. Mr. Babyface rezzed a tiny version of Big E on his upstairs table over there and the wall map he was comparing it with at the time vanished before his very eyes. The renters — *your* renters — need more prims to rezz stuff. We have to have a cushion of say… let’s say 20 or so.”
“And Rocky hasn’t even come to town,” ruminates Baker Blinker.
“Nor Greg Ogden, although he should be here tomorrow. We should get that cushion up and running before he arrives.”
“What about Gregg Oden?”
“He’s not going to return, although he’s out of jail. *No one* stays in jail over in Gaston more than a day, it seems. Prison breaks are a given.”
“Hmm. So it will be the more normal looking Greg(g) showing up tomorrow.”
“Appears so. We need to talk about the town in some depth.”
“Yes,” says Baker Blinker with a smile. “I would consider it the best small town in Second Life.”
“Me too,” adds Baker Bloch. “But we’re a bit biased.” He looks toward the opening to his right. “Ahh, the garson with our food.”
I’ll just give a summary of what was decided by the two town owners at this meeting. First, the 420 sign on the side of the Bodega Market had to go — logical choice; 6 prims saved right there.
But scrounge as they did, The Bakers couldn’t find anything else of significance in Collagesity East to delete. Both pairs of eyes then turned back to Carrcassonnne in Blinker’s part of Collagesity North.
“We have no other choice,” Baker Bloch offers, standing in front of the damaged deity. “For now.”
“Sorry old friend,” they said jointly before deleting the likewise 6 prim object.
And then its All Seeing Eye.
A 20 prim cushion exactly now.