The Interview - GoSpeed RasereLast month, we heard from the famous RacerX, named after a famous cartoon character. Now, let's hear from RacerX's nemesis, GoSpeed.
If you've been to any Bay City events in the last year or more you've probably seen GoSpeed Rasere, on of the most popular DJs around. You can also find her at the Summertime fireworks shows at Livingtree with our own Marianne McCann where she promises to not bite you.
Uccie Poultry-Seale: What brought you to Second Life?
GoSpeed Rasere: I saw it talked about in various blogs.
UP-S: What brought you to Bay City?
GSR: Found it on the map and came to explore it
UP-S: Everyone in Bay City seems to have a job or favorite activity. What is yours in Our Fair City?
GSR: Participating in community events, celebrations, and of course, to DJ.
UP-S: Do you spend much time outside Bay City?
GSR: About half my time, mostly to pursue interests and activities not found here.
UP-S: What advice would you give to someone looking to move to Bay City?
GSR: To participate in all the fun activities and events as you can.
UP-S: Bay City is not like typical Mainland, of course, but what do you think of the "wild frontier" outside Bay City?
GSR: With few exceptions the mainland is devoid of community spirit. In Bay City, even if there are few logged in, you can travel up and down its streets and feel your neighbors presence.
UP-S: Do you consider your Second Life persona a "character" or a representation of who you are in Real Life?
GSR: Both actually. To me, GoSpeed is a unique persona, but underneath she's really me viewed under a different lens. In fact, I have written a couple of novels where she is the main character. I hope to publish them soon.
UP-S: Do you have a philosophy for Second Life?
GSR: Love and share as much as you can. Don't take anything too seriously here.
UP-S: What ONE thing should anyone not looking in your Profile know about you?
GSR: I do not bite! It's OK to talk to me, seriously!
UP-S: Any last thoughts you'd like to add?
GSR: Never let your feelings fully dictate your actions. Your feelings only serve yourself and are inherently selfish. A logical, rational approach to life is inherently more fair to yourself and to others.
Ten questions later and not a bite at all. GoSpeed is a woman of her word. If you think you can go ten questions without biting, contact me (Uccello Poultry; Display Name Varies) or Kinnaird Resident to be in the Bay City Post Interview.