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Lick Me


There are so many hunts going on right now that it is virtually impossible to mention all of them.  AndGod is currently in the a is for autumn hunt with the red Autumn unisex sweater as the prize.  The Chinese face tattoo is under L$75 at AndGod for LazySunday.  The Fall deck shoes are the Seasons Hunt gift from Duh!.  The denim leggings are included with a green Lick Me shirt in a gift from C’est Moi!.  The yellow Chup Chup t-shirt is in the Gatcha at C’est Moi!.  The Coffee Mug /me caffeinates pose is a sub-o gift from Slash Me Poses.  BTW, when the subscriber hits 2500, the group will receive a whole set of java themed poses.  So what are you waiting for?  Go join!!!

The Obsession hair is a new release from EMO-tions.  I absolutely love this hair and have gotten so many IMs asking where to buy it!  Left click on the hair and you can change the textures of the head scarf.



*AndGod: Autumn Sweater (Autumn Hunt – L$0), Chinese Face Tattoo (L$75)
Kohr Ah ( 163/171/36 )

*C’est Moi!: Lick Me Shirt & Leggings (L$0)
Cupcake ( 76/105/38 )

*Duh!: Plaid Fall Deck Shoes (Seasons Hunt – L$0)
Elliott ( 23/205/24 )

*EMO-tions: Obsession Hair (Not Free)
HAIR ONLY ( 125/131/23 )

*Exodi: Isolde #36 Skin (L$65)
Mimikri ( 201/37/22 )

*Slash Me Poses: /me Caffeinates Poses (SOM – L$0)
Existence ( 128/61/22 )

*Glitterati: Poses (L$0 – L$50)
Glitterati ( 92/154/22 )



Author: Renee Lowenhart

Fabulously Free in SL ☆FabFree Blogger: www.fabfree.wordpress.com☆ ★Owner of the FabFree and FabLucky in world groups★

13 thoughts on “Lick Me

  1. I have requested that you remove the by-line written by me, the by-line that was not added to Fabfree until after I had left the blog. A by-line I had never used in the Fabfree, had never intended to use in the Fabfree blog, and that I had written for my own personal SL profile. Renee Lowenhart lifted my words from my profile, and used them in her own profile. At the time, she was told by me to remove them. She has never had permssion to use my personal by-line in the Fabfree blog, and for any SL profile.

    This is fair notice that I am filing a DMCA with WordPress.com about the Intellectual Content Theft of my material on the part of Renee Lowenhart.

    The blog posts written by me, many of which are hosted on my own blog have been copyrighted by Renee Lowenhart retroactively and unfairly, and with no credit given to the author, Shangreloo Kuhn, under the copyright notice on the first page of Fabfree.

    Intellectual Property Theft is a crime.


  2. First off a DMCA covers Digital Media. Floatie Hock made the graphic, not you. The wording “Keeping you covered and uncovered since September 2007” has been on the blog since the new layout. This saying has been on my profile and Farah’s for well over a year.

    Second, you submitted each post on FabFree. It clearly says your name on each post when you submitted them, just as it states my name under my posts. Are you filing the DMCA on yourself? When you post to a blog it then becomes the property of the blog.

    FabFree is protected under a Creative Commons. As wordpress states on their own TOS “Creative Commons Sharealike license means you’re more than welcome to steal it and repurpose it for your own use, just make sure to replace references to us with ones to you, and if you want we’d appreciate a link to WordPress.com somewhere on your site.”

    That being said you posted each of the entries on FabFree and this is clearly shown by your name being on each post.


  3. I love these pissed off people that come back months later and say shit like this. Shang — may I point out the many ways in which you are wrong? Oh but please, I insist…….

    Copyrighting a catch phrase or by-line is about as effective as pushing a chain. Now of course, unless the author is smart, does due diligence, and copyrights the phrase as a larger body of work — it means bung. Otherwise, it would cost you and everyone else about .50 cents to say ‘Just Do it’ for the next 75 years each and every time. Unless of course, you buy the licensing. Now if you can produce the actual government document that was filed with the Copy Right office, you might have a case, but I digress……. I suggest you Have a Coke and a Smile. Can you hear me now? I’m trying to illustrate a point.

    Perhaps you should read up on copyrights a bit. You joined a blog and submitted of your own free will giving up your ‘intellectual property’ to the fair use. What you are really thinking of is an Creative Commons which is administered when YOU submit the material yourself. Renee didn’t copyright the material after the fact — you put it out there yourself there enacting Fair Use and Creative Commons licensing.

    If you’re gonna claim Intellectual theft — please be intellectual about it. You only make yourself look like an idiot because there are more people like me who actually know and understand the laws of copyrighting. Your name is on every blog post there is — as YOU SUBMITTED IT. Relinquish…….that’s exactly what you do when you submit to a public quorum. Don’t come back a year later and cry foul.

    Are you going after the Lofty Aspiration people all over the world now too?

    Common Sense


  4. It really makes you wonder when someone waits a year before making a fuss over something. You didn’t say anything when the other writers at the time were using the phrase “Keeping you Covered and Uncovered” If you had a problem with it when you left, you should have said something…THEN!

    “Where’s the beef” in your argument…there is none. No one put a gun to your head and forced you to submit your blog entries to this or any other blog, you did it of your own free will. Once you hit the submit button, it no longer became your property, but property of the blog. I doubt newspapers or magazines remove articles from their web sites once a writer leaves. Are you wanting your name on the Creative Commons License? I guess that would be like listing a writer that no longer works for a magazine as a contributor. If you notice, only active writers are listed.

    I believe Paris Hilton tried to TRADEMARK the phrase “That’s Hot” several years ago. Did you trademark the phrase ” Keeping you Covered and Uncovered since September 2007″ I didn’t think so. Didn’t you remove that phrase from your profile when you stopped writing for FabFree? You said it was lifted from your profile. I guess my suggestion of changing the tag line to “We don’t bite…hard” wouldn’t work either.

    And lets be honest, who really looks at year-old posts on this blog? SL is a fast changing place, businesses move or close, free items change and so does style.

    So, what’s the REAL reason you decided to start this after a year? That is the question everyone wants to know?

    I think I’ll look into copyrighting errr I mean TRADEMARKING every word in the dictionary….I could make millions. -rolls eyes-


  5. Copyrights protect your creative works, such as books and other texts, recorded music, pictures and photographs, and movies and other audiovisual recordings. The owner of the copyright to a creative work has the right to prevent others from making or distributing copies of the work without permission.

    The copyright is initially owned by the person or people who made the creative work, unless the work was made as a “work for hire” for another entity, for example by an employee for his or her employer as a part of the employee’s job, in which case the employer owns the copyright. As in this case, if you write something for a blog then it then becomes property of the blog itself.


  6. This is really too funny. Shang, imagine that you came home one day and found that you had been robbed. Irreplaceable jewelry stolen, electronics gone, sentimental memories violated. It would be pretty devestating, to know someone had stolen something meaningful from you, don’t you think? If that happened, it would be logical to report the theft immediately and do everything possible to try to get what was rightfully yours returned to you and the thief given swift punishment.

    You’re saying that this tagline was “stolen” from you. Well first of all, boohoo. There are so many more things worthy of crying over than that. Second, if it was in fact stolen, why wait for so long to report it? If the scenario in which I described earlier had happened, would you wait so long to report it to the police? No, you wouldn’t. Not unless you enjoy being laughed at. Get a life, princess. Or a job as a stand-up comedienne, but don’t expect sympathy.


  7. ” This is fair notice that I am filing a DMCA with WordPress.com about the Intellectual Content Theft of my material on the part of Renee Lowenhart.”

    Hi Shangreloo, this is hilarious! Are you serious? What is your problem? Are you jealous of FabFree? Need atttion? Money? Fame you never had?

    Stop it, cause you are making a fool out of yourself. You don’t expect anyone to take you serious, don’t you? Cause I am for sure not. And people with common sense won’t either.

    Have a good day!

    xxx Farah


  8. DMCA = Digital Media – This cannot be filed on a phrase.

    I would like to point out that there is a user on Etsy who uses the same tagline as here for her product descriptions.


    If you notice many of her items are listed as:
    “keeping you covered and uncovered in the right spots.”

    She has been using this as a product description since Dec 16, 2007. So really, the phrase “keeping you covered and uncovered” could be credited to her before being credited here.

    I am sorry, Shang, but this phrase was used online by HerbanDevi http://www.etsy.com/people/HerbanDevi before your first blog for FabFree on April 25, 2008.

    As you cannot copyright a phrase but file for a trademark for a phrase, I searched the United States Trademark and Patent Office database for “keeping you covered and uncovered”. My search results ended with – No TESS records were found to match the criteria of your query.

    But don’t take my word on it:
    “How do I copyright a name, title, slogan or logo?
    Copyright does not protect names, titles, slogans, or short phrases. In some cases, these things may be protected as trademarks.”

    You might also look at your store name and other businesses with the same name – Lofty Aspirations – like this one that is registered in England & Wales(Registration No. 05201366)

    Sorry, Shang, your behavior is out of line.


  9. Tsk Tsk Tsk Shang – you done pissed off Mama Bear. She was so enjoying her retirement. We’re gonna see if we can get her an emergency daiquiri with an extra umbrella to help her forget.

    While I’m here…….Let me educate you on another legal term……Libel: [lahy-buhl]

    a. defamation by written or printed words, pictures, or in any form other than by spoken words or gestures.

    b. the act or crime of publishing it.

    c. a formal written declaration or statement, as one containing the allegations of a plaintiff or the grounds of a charge.

    Certain authorities may deem the disparaging remarks you publicly posted about Renee, in your Public Profile Picks, to be libelous. Now let me point you towards the section in the Second Life TOS that clearly defines this:

    Section 8.2

    (iv) Post, display or transmit Content that is harmful, threatening or harassing, defamatory, libelous, false, inaccurate, misleading, or invades another person’s privacy;

    I’m going out on a limb here…….but my guess is that you didn’t read that before you posted the lies about Renee…….n’est pas? You’re not going to be able to walk if you keep shooting yourself in the foot.

    Shang ~ for the love of Pete ~ don’t bring a knife to a gun fight. At this moment, there are roughly 10 snapshots, by various residents, of your profile breaching the TOS of Second Life by using your Picks as a public means to spread Libel and Defamation.

    I suggest you call it a day. Abdicate. Was all this drama worth it? Is this what you like? I mean……it’s a year later. And, in the end…….what would it have really accomplished? Next time try moving towards a goal of creating a positive impact on the SL community instead of trying to tear the walls down upon yourself.

    It’s just dumb

    Common Sense


  10. Oooopppsss – I should say that I used the definition of Libel from dictionary.com — just so I don’t get in trouble ;


  11. It’s truly sad what jealousy can do to people. To be so immature as to write hateful things in one’s profile, trying to bring down someone else for no good, legitimate reason is just truly pathetic.

    Renee, you are loved and respected by so many people, and I believe in you. I believe in all the writers for FabFree.


  12. “Creative Commons is a non-profit that offers an alternative to full copyright.”


    Attribution means:
    You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform your copyrighted work – and derivative works based upon it – but only if they give you credit.

    Noncommercial means:
    You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform your work – and derivative works based upon it – but for noncommercial purposes only.

    No Derivative Works means:
    You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform only verbatim copies of your work, not derivative works based upon it.


  13. Please learn the difference between copyrights and creative commons.