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Subject: Re: Murdville has entered the Age of TS3. New info and WEBSITE!!!

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Date Posted: 18:01:50 08/11/09 Tue
In reply to: Jamshed Ramaswami 's message, "Re: Murdville has entered the Age of TS3. New info and WEBSITE!!!" on 13:48:39 08/09/09 Sun

Thank you Jamshed, for explaining that to me. But I had the chance to travel to the new dimension back in July. A few of the hood council from Riverdale went. We did not enjoy our stay there. We were there for a week and a half, walking around, trying out the new way of living.

Yes, the views are beautiful, but the world itself is not for us. Even with the prospect of the new addition to the new world we in Riverdale are more than happy to stay were we are. After visiting the new dimension we have grown to love our current dimension all the more. Riverdale cannot see moving to what we see as a huge step backwards anytime soon.

But like I said before, I wish you the best of luck, and I hope you all enjoy your new lives! :)

Kristin Sanchez
Former Spokes Sim

>Hello Ms. Sanchez,
>I was from the TS2 world as well and I can assure you
>that the new world isn't as limited as you might
>think. By limited, I assume that you mean there being
>less stuff to do? Well, that's true, but it doesn't
>really phase me as the TS3 world is very different
>from the TS2 world.
>And remember a lot of the stuff Sims in the TS2 world
>love such as vacationing, dancing at nightclubs, and
>owning businesses all came with deals that came later.
>I recently heard that TS3 Sims will be able to
>vacation again in November.
>Jamshed Ramaswami

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