For some reason, once a girl in second life gets her first neko tail and curio skin, things go downhill from there as far as modesty is concerned. Maybe it's just me but I think the statistics seem pretty solid that most of these said females are overly cocky and into themselves and I'm definitely not feeling it. The main thing that annoys me is the "disclaimer" reading something to the effect of: "IMs and chat are logged and I reserve the right to distribute how I feel necessary."
Okay.. well after hearing you blab in your redneck voice on mic, I guess I'm impressed at the mediocre grammar improvement found in your sassy profile, if you can even decipher the symbol font/code that it's all written in. But... writing a disclaimer that states you are allowed to do something that goes against TOS does not in fact give you that right. Believe it or not, you can still be reported (and potentially banned) for sharing IM conversation. If anything, having that sentence in your profile only helps toward getting you banned when someone reports you for it. Not to mention, it's just lame and comes off just as conceited as the rest of your profile which is laden with sassy quotes about how hot your avi is... and then a similar quote in the first life section, elaborating that you are just as hot and/or an "I'm hotter than you" kinda statement. Even if the statement is true, I've lost all interest by now anyway.
Something else to note: Even if your avatar is as hot as you claim, that doesn't mean someone else will agree. I know who one of the hottest female avi's is on SL. It's the avi I created... because I created it to look how I like. And I doubt she looks anything like you! In my opinion, it takes a nerd who is artistic and has a good attention to detail to create a nice avatar. Unless your that one hot, tanned, fit, tattooed, pornstar-looking babe in real life who also happens to play second life in between all the GTL time. If I find that girl, I'll take back all I said! Or at least I'll change the title of this blog post from "You aren't that hot" to "you aren't really that hot" which I think puts less emphasis on the word 'that'... but anywayzzzzzz