Sunday, March 30, 2008

A tribute to Mexico People

This is the April Issue I wrote for Déjà vu magazine. You can also find other great articles here: Deja vu international

Mexico ~Chichen Itza~Archeologic, Visit Mexico (198, 69, 38)

I love to travel and explore real and second life places and I decided to make tribute to my friend’s country. Maybe I can have all 192 countries members of the United Nations as homage. So I ask my friends to write an article about their countries. For my surprise Patt Sands a very intelligent and especial friend sent me this remarkable note about Mexico. This is not an interview but a very well wrote article. Enjoy your second life and maybe you real life in a travel to this fantastic country.

The most notable tourist draws in Mexico are the ancient Meso-American ruins, and popular beach resorts. The nation's temperate climate and unique culture – a fusion of the European (particularly Spanish) and the Meso-American – also make Mexico a large draw.

This article is about the impressive pre-Columbian archaeological site. Chichen Itza, pronounced (/tʃiːˈtʃɛn iːˈtsɑː/) from Yucatec Maya Chi'ch'èen Ìitsha' was a major regional center in the northern Maya lowlands. I invite you to travel in the thought and words written from Patt Sands.
Anna Avalanche

Text from Patt Sands, Photography by Anna Avalanche
Models Anna avalanche and KidBengala Blackadder

Chichen Itza

People say there are places to be remembered but not all places capture our attentions in the same way. That is what I felt when a while ago, with sweat on my forehead, gasping; a little tired after climbing 91 stairs. Finally, I arrived at the top of the Pyramid of Kukulkán (plumed serpent). This place is most commonly referred as, “El Castillo” (the castle). It was built with nine terraces and four staircases, one on each side of the monument. Each staircase consists of 91 steps. If you add the steps of all four staircases, that totals 364 steps and with the top platform of the pyramid you get the number 365, which equals the number of days in a year[1]. This is the most famous place of the late classic maya culture in the city of Chich’en Itzá (At the mouth of the well of the Itza) located on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.

There, two special days a year before sunset, many people gather around the pyramid and wait. Then, an undulating shadow identified as the, “Great Plumed Serpent” moves down the balustrade of the staircase. I could see one corner of the structure casting a shadow in the shape of the famed plumed serpent descend along the side of the northern staircase. I could feel the mysticism which, arises from the seven shadows transcending the stones; a wonder that can only to be seen on the Spring and Fall equinox[1]. The Mayan people were great architects and astronomers. They knew to anticipate that moment in time when the center of the Sun can be observed to be directly above the Earth’s equator. El Castillo was built oriented in such a way, so as to produce this amazing shadow projection, which will occur this year on March 20th and September 22nd.

Concurrent, sound was as important as light. When a person claps their hands at the base of the staircase, they evoked echoes from the countless facets of the Mayan pyramid. Uniquely interesting is that the echo resounds to mimic the primary call of a Quetzal, the Mayans’ sacred and symbolic bird. This magnificent bird, now near extinction, has for thousands of years represented the “Spirit of the Maya”; spirits that tradition ascribes to be able to speak in echoes.

Research involving the Pyramid of Kukulkán has been ongoing, as modern technology allows. Scientist Nico Declercq of Ghent University in Belgium[1] has more recently shown that sound waves ricocheting around the tiered steps of “El Castillo” create a parody including the chirp of a bird and the patter of raindrops. Declercq's team has shown that the height and spacing of the pyramid steps function as an acoustic filter that emphasizes some sound frequencies while suppressing others. An underlying questions prevails, “In the creation of form, function and functionality, did the original architects know exactly what they were doing?” To the Mayan people, this rhetoric question is akin to asking if the enduring works of Mozart and Beethoven where also accidents.

As my day drew to a close, I had the opportunity to hear from far away, some old canticles invoking “Chaac”, the archival God of Rain. In that fleeting moment, the “Itzaes” were again alive and asking for both mercy and water; sustenance of life of their abandoned city. Archaelogical findings suggest that Chichen Itza’s collapse was violent[1], and the population abandoned the metropolis around AD 1221, but the Cenote Sagrado (Sacred Cenote), where sacrifices were supposedly practiced as a form of worship to Chaac, prevails as a pilgrimage, where one will find a natural sink hole formed by water percolating through the soft limestone above.

In 2007, El Castillo of Chichen Itza was voted one of the new Seven Wonders of the World, by a worldwide plebiscite.

I invite you to visit the Mexican Tourism Board’s portrayal of Chichen Itza [Mexico ~Chichen Itza~Archeologic, Visit Mexico (198, 69, 38)], where you will enjoy a rare opportunity to look directly into Mayan history, while wearing traditional robes.
Patt Sands

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Thursday, March 27, 2008

Racism at Vogue cover?

The new Vogue magazine cover featuring basketball star LeBron James and the Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen. There are several in the media who are now saying the cover is racist and is a take on the ‘racist’ image of King Kong holding damsel Ann Darrow in distress.

ESPN writer Jemele Hill was one of the first to mention this in her article, “LeBron Should Be More Careful with His Image”.

NBA star LeBron James has dismissed criticism that his recent Vogue cover reeked of "Me Tarzan, you Gisele Bundchen."

Some academics, analysts and bloggers say that James' bared teeth and hulking pose, one arm slung around Bundchen's waist, reinforces the stereotypes of black athletes as savage animals. And such images "reinforce the criminalization of black men," a University of Maryland kinesiology professor tells the Associated Press.

But James says he was pleased with the Annie Leibovitz-shot cover, the first in Vogue to feature an African-American man. "It wasn't a situation we're being rough or looking mean," James tells the Plain-Dealer in Cleveland. "Just showing a little emotion. We had a few looks, and that was the best one we had ... Everything my name is on is going to be criticized in a good way or bad way. Who cares what anyone says?"

The April issue is dedicated to size and shape, says Vogue spokesman Patrick O'Connell. "We think LeBron James and Gisele Bundchen look beautiful together, and we are honored to have them on the cover."

What you think? The cover is racist? By the way, have you suffer racism on SL? If you did, leave your comments please.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Linden looks outside the company for new CEO

SECOND LIFE, March 20 (Reuters) - Philip Rosedale, the founder of Linden Lab who is stepping down as chief executive, told Reuters on Thursday he was looking to bring in someone from outside the company rather than promote from within.

He also said the new CEO would have the freedom to change elements of Linden’s quirky culture.

“Companies always talk about the fear of losing their culture because parts of their culture are lame,” he said. “It would be inconsistent of me to bring someone in and say ‘Listen, buddy, you have to use the love machine.’”

Rosedale spoke at length in a Second Life interview about what Linden Lab was looking for in a new chief executive. He is leading the search and will become chairman of Linden’s board once a replacement is found.

The most important criteria, he said, was to find someone who’s had experience growing a small company into a global player. No one at Linden Lab brings the right résumé to the job.

“We need someone who’s done this stuff on a organizational scale we haven’t,” Rosedale said. “We’re all relatively junior.”

In describing the skills he was looking for in his replacement, Rosedale said the new chief should already be a passionate user of Second Life. They also have to be “a great coach” who will work well with Linden’s staff.

“And they have to have complementary skill sets to mine,” he said. “Because I’m staying and will still be involved.”

Experience operating in a global information technology market is necessary. Rosedale pointed to Second Life’s large non-American resident population and the company’s confusion last year as it began to charge VAT to European Second Life users.

“Me, I’m a California guy, all the way,” he said.

Looking forward to the year ahead, Rosedale expressed optimism about the new “HTML-on-a-prim” feature in development, but said his company’s top priorities remain making Second Life easier to use, and improving the stability of the software.

He said Second Life is currently able to turn between three and five percent of new registrants into committed users, compared with ten to fifteen percent for sites like Facebook or LinkedIn.

“I want my new role to be about getting that retention up,” he said. “I don’t want the community thinking I’m reducing my hours.”

By Eric Reuters from Reuters

I will love to have the community comments on this information.

Friday, March 21, 2008


Besides the eggs caressingly packed on the rabbit nest, I desire blessings, peace, renewed energies, many flowers and happiness to all in this Easter.
That this Easter really reflect rebirth, love, hope and liberation.


Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Last Wildstar post comment reply

Thanks everyone for commenting the last post. I want to give special thanks on Wildstar intelligent comment (attached below). I agree with you and what I meant was exactly what you said, but in other words. At least inside Second Life a rich VIP is a Real Life person with a dream. People that work hard in Real Life to make their dream come true inside Second Life. That was a surprise for me. I didn’t expect that. Maybe because I am still thinking as in Real life. Well, in Real Life is truth that most VIP worked hard to make their dream come true, but we have also inheritors VIP - people that didn’t work hard for their dreams. This is the main difference from the Second Life VIP that surprises me.

Reproduction of last Wildstar post comment

Thank you for the "greek god" :))
Even if I am not :)

It is a beautiful article: I'm happy to have met you and to have found your blog.

I loved the last paragraph: there are some deep thoughts there.
It made me think about being rich and VIP. Surely I am not a VIP in SL: I was at that party because my girlfriend got the invitation for me. She is not rich either though: she even got a second RL work to be able to pay her tier and keep her dream alive.
I am sure that some people at the party were rich, land barons or so, but most people were probably paying that level of tier because they too have a dream, they have something to give, they find a way to express themselves. There are so many wonderful creations in SL.
I believe the real VIPs are those behind places that make you happy just looking around you after a TP

I must go back to explore your old articles now :)

Monday, March 17, 2008


I was invited for a VIP party from linden’s lab. Like the French say “la crème de la crème” and I got all exited!! This is a Second Life concierge-level resident’s party. Or let’s say a festivity for special clients that pay Linden Lab 125 USD or more each month. (
Of course I can’t talk about all nice people that I meet, remorsefully. But I would like to introduce nice VIP people. Oh! I was looking for Anshe Chung. Someone told me she was around there somewhere. Sorry I couldn’t interview her this time. Oh for does that don’t know Anshe is the richest person on second life, earned more than a million dollars and one of the guest of the party.

Anshe Chung is the main avatar (online personality) of Ailin Graef in the online world Second Life. Referred to as the "Rockefeller of Second Life" by a CNN journalist, she has built an online business that engages in development, brokerage, and arbitrage of virtual land, items, and currencies, and has been featured in a number of prominent magazines such as Business Week, Fortune and Red Herring.

Just arrived at the party on Mount Olympus ( ) and I meet Wildstar Beaumont a very handsome Greek God, but he was from Italy. He was very kind to show me how to get to the party. He authorizes me to show some of his nice pictures. You can also see on his flickr ( ).
I also meet a lot of nice and intelligent people. Like the Makwa and Clowey Greenwood. Clowey is working on the educational island Biome for Northern Michigan University with her husband's help. This island is to enjoy, learn about biodiversity and for them to hold classes as well open to the public. She was so nice to invite me in a tour on her virtual University. I will cover that soon I am sure.

This is Laura Ophelia and me dancing. This girl is so nice… she is an island owner and a very nice person. We talked about a lot of things while dancing even about economy. No wonder she is a successful landlord. She is very intelligent and bright.

Geno Zhichao, Ash Klata and Zeus Argus they are business partners. Geno Zhichao is the owner of Firmament Island and has order two more new island and, Zeus is his partner in the rental company called Platinum Properties. They liked to dance with me. Thank you for dancing with me. Stu Source is a software guy and he keeps the bad guys out. Well he has an island. The Sunbelt Island is a fun place to have parties, hang out and relax in the tropical island climate. He also have the Sunbelt software company ( ). Hi is creating firewalls and antivirus that he sells on his SIM. Of course we dance together. He is a polyglot, a computer genius, love Sci-Fi and know how to have fun too. Well he is from Florida. I bet his Island is hot!!

I was curious to see how the VIPs have fun. People say that VIP party is boring and tedious. However the ones I meet are intelligent and bright people. They know how to have fun and have beautiful avatar. Some estrange ones, like this dragon, but well they have money and creativity. What else to say.

Finally I meet Fleche Xeno. He is the jelly on my side. He wasn’t a jelly before he meets me. He was a very handsome male avatar. Well I think maybe I melt him in a jelly when he started to dance with me. Laughs!!! I am kidding. Please, no need to call the ambulance, he is fine. He is owner of the f(x) Marketing Management a consulting firm inside SL. On real life he is an art curator, business consultant (MBA) and communicator (Philosophy Degree, Strategic Consulting). Wow! Good catch ladies!!! He is not a jelly I assure that.

What I realize is that second life creates an innovative atmosphere and a place where intelligent motivated people around the world can meet each other. How could I meet this people if SL didn’t exist? Maybe what makes them rich people isn’t their money, but their inquisitive inside soul. I mean isn’t Second Life a mind world? For me the soul is essential and more important than body exterior. Maybe we are control by our genes. I know that human evolution lead us to considerate body aspects more important. That isn’t bad at all. Well think that when we choose a partner indirectly we are aiming a good husband for our child and a fertile female to give a healthy of offspring. That’s way cosmetic and beauty industry grows so much. Maybe with the modern genetic this isn’t so important anymore. Maybe with genetic manipulation and the Human Genome Project we are giving a step into what really worth. Inside Second Life it is not different, but here a special soul can make the difference. You can easier have a nice outfit here than in real life. But isn’t easy to achieve a beautiful soul on real or second life.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Dejá vù international is the first Second Life magazine printed in real life

Dear friend sorry for not posting these days, but it was the woman international day and I was fascinated by the pressed magazine.

I received the first magazine born in Second Life printed in real life. The magazine is very beautiful and amazing!! The quality of the paper and the images are better than from “Veja - the best Brazilian magazine”. I am very happy from receiving the magazine and by the letter full of praises about my contribution. I am very proud to be part of this new proposition for Second Life.

We now have three options to read the magazine, on our hands the printed magazine, on the web site and inside Second Life. The content is also wonderful. If you want to make part of this new reality, please, contact me. This magazine is already a success and will achieve much more.

Daije you really surprise me this time। Congrats to all readers, journalists and sponsors that made this magazine amazing.

Saturday, March 8, 2008

International Women's Day

It’s International Women's Day. Time to celebrate!!! On this occasion remember all the women in your life and make them feel as extraordinary as they always are. Wish us all love and feelings that we are truly special

Little bit about this historical day.

International Women's Day (IWD) is marked on March 8 every year. It is a major day of global celebration for the economic, political and social achievements of women.

The IWD is also celebrated as the first spring holiday, as in the listed countries the first day of March is considered the first day of the spring season.

The first IWD was observed on 28 February 1909 in the United States following a declaration by the Socialist Party of America. The idea of having an international women's day was first put forward at the turn of the 20th century amid rapid world industrialization and economic expansion that led to protests over working conditions. Women from clothing and textile factories staged one such protest on 8 March 1857 in New York City. The garment workers were protesting against very poor working conditions and low wages. The protesters were attacked and dispersed by police. These women established their first labor union in the same month two years later.

In the West, International Women's Day was commemorated during the 1910s and 1920s, but dwindled. It was revived by the rise of feminism in the 1960s.

Friday, March 7, 2008

contest from sl illustrated

Hi I would like to invite you for a nice contest from sl illustrated if you have a club, SIM or just management one. Please speak with Ariel Lingiuan. This is a great opportunity to have your place advertised and earn some money also.
This are some information about the contest send by Ariel

Stars of SLI Contest
Theme : Zodiacs ( Aquarius, Pisces, Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagitarius, Capricorn )
Finals Date : May 17, 2008

This contest is a way to:
1) Get a chance for your club/establishment to win 25K for top group prize
2) Give the patrons of your club the chance to win 25K for 2 top individual prize
3) Generate traffic for your club through voting for candidates
4) Reinforce the values of SLI : Community, Beauty and Freshness


L$25,000 for Top Male Winner
L$25,000 for Top Female Winner
Modeling Contracts from SLI Modeling Inc for the Top Male and Female Winner
L$25,000 for Top Club with the most number of votes combined for their representatives in Phase 2
L$ 2,500 each for the 10 individuals

If you have questions send your IM to Ariel Lingiuan or Ted1 Kamachi, since IMs's can be capped, we would appreciate if you can send notecards about your questions.

Ariel I expect I assisted you. I wish this clue help everyone also.

Future in Second and First Life!! A tribute to men imagination, From Jules Verne to metaverse

Text and Photography by Anna Avalanche

You can also see this article at back numbers (March Issue) at: Deja vu international

Who know the future? Speculate about the future is something like ride a balloon; we don’t know where to go. Through the history men always imagine the upcoming. Scientist, Science-fiction writers, and common people using imagination made future possible. Exploring metaverse looking for interesting places and people I found out St Michel, the first museum in Second Life to honor the life and creative works of the 19th century French author Jules Gabriel Verne. His imagination and attention to detail combined to help him predict many aspects of life that are relevant even to the early 21st century, such as camera-phones and fuel-cells. Jules Verne, together with Hugo Gernsback and H G Wells, is often referred to as the 'Father of Science Fiction'.
St Michel - the Jules Verne Muse, Jockeys Ridge (134, 228, 23)

Spread over small beautiful islands and comprising self-paced informational experiences, it is hoped that the variations in type and scale of the exhibits will convey some sense of the sheer breadth of Verne's genius. St Michel - the Jules Verne Museum draws its name from a series of boats which Verne himself owned.

Veritas Raymaker a Professor at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore designed this and other facilities in SL. According to Veritas ideally, the visitor should visit the airship first. He intentionally designed it not to be immediately clear what to do next. Anyway it is very nice to get a ride in a balloon see the sea and the islands from above and feel free! I felt like I was inside Verne’s “Around the World in Eighty Days”. This is a very romantic place at the sunset, but watch out when you reach the cloud. Veritas deliberately designed the airship to be unsafe! You can fall down because there are no safety railings. He wanted to evoke the sense of exploration and adventure that was very important to Verne.

Veritas is interested in education and basically the exhibits are meant to evoke emotions from each of the main literary works for which Verne was famous. Such as, Journey to the Center of the Earth (1864), From the Earth to the Moon (1865), Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea (1870), and Around the World in Eighty Days (1873).

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As Veritas Raymaker is looking for how to help people understand more about real life, he also designed a marine environments centre dedicated to manatees and dugongs.

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This was a great surprise! All my articles are not about places in SL but real people that worked hard to create a better future in second or real life. From Van Gogh to Jules Vernes in real life to some extraordinary people I met in metaverse like Veritas.

Visitors to this Centre are provided with opportunities to learn more about the threats facing these aquatic mammals, and the efforts which are being undertaken to preserve their natural habitat.
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Hope the future for these beautiful, cute animals are not the extinction. I would love to help keeping these animals alive. Oh!! It was so cute and fun to swim with the mother and his Young baby manatee. Hope this article can help preserve all in dangerous species as well.

The Rhode-Raymaker Marine Enviro, Manatee Reserve (92, 94, 26)

So what about the future? According to Veritas Raymaker SL has a great future as a virtual world, especially because it is founded upon and driven by user-generated content. As we all know, it is the residents in SL who really make SL what it is. However, exploring SL and getting to learn about SL requires a great deal of time and patience. That is SL's biggest strength, yet at the same time it's weakness (because many people do not realize how much time it takes, and therefore leave disillusioned, or with an inaccurate understanding of how SL can help bring cultures closer).
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Maybe our closer future will be live on the moon. Till then you can have fun simulating a low gravity experience and have fun at St Michel museum or learn more about aquatic mammals.

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The first days of Second Life

The following is a book summary that originally appeared on

NEW YORK (Reuters) - When executives from San Francisco-based Linden Lab built Second Life, they had a sense they were doing something historic. So, to keep tabs on their creation, they contracted their own journalist to chronicle the growth of the Internet’s first virtual world.
Now that chronicler, Wagner James Au, has released a comprehensive history of Second Life’s early days in his book “The Making of Second Life: Notes from the New World” (HarperCollins, $25.95).

Second Life has lost some of its buzz in the past year. Growth has leveled, and media investigations have highlighted possible fraud and child pornography within its borders. Early hopes of Second Life’s potential to market real-world brands largely failed in practice. But with 1.2 million active users, it is still the dominant player in a rapidly expanding virtual worlds industry, with the most content and a highly loyal fan base.

It may surprise readers of Au’s book to find that Linden Lab originally wanted a simulation of the natural world. What actually transpired is quite different.

While many people have a Second Life character — called an “avatar” — that looks like them, others pick talking cartoon animals or blinking robots. The environments are similarly varied, from reproductions of European cities to areas with a fantasy or science-fiction theme.
Repeatedly, Linden Lab set out to offer one product, only to find a combination of financial restraints and input from their customers pushing them into marketing something very different.


For example, one of Second Life’s most distinctive and memorable experiences is flying. With the click of a button, an avatar will soar gracefully into the stratosphere, exactly as one might imagine Superman does it.

But flight, as Au recalls, was practically an accident. In a virtual world filled with hills and buildings, no one had the time for the more difficult task of programming an avatar’s ability to climb.

Similarly, Linden Lab assumed it would create an in-world experience for avatars to play in. It was only after programmers started using their own product they realized it would be better to allow their users to build their world for them.

Linden’s users quickly began constructing their own buildings, clothing, and nightclubs. Pleased to have their users create content, Linden tried to encourage the practice with a system of ratings. An avatar could register an endorsement of a particularly attractive home with the click of a mouse.

“It’s fair to say the voting boxes began to be abused almost the very moment they were introduced,” Au writes.

Cliques of users banded together to vote positively or negatively en masse, in exchange for favors or to pursue petty vendettas.

The ratings system was eventually abandoned. Like so much else in Second Life, including the in-world currency called the “Linden Dollar,” the ability to buy and sell land, or the popularity of adult-themed virtual goods and services, users had their own ideas about the technology and what best to do with it.

Au dedicates his book to those creators of content. “They’re more important to the world’s success than the company which actually owns it,” he said.

As new virtual worlds come online and try to lure some of Second Life’s users and hype, the story of how Second Life came to be may provide a road map for others.

“Second Life isn’t the only model, but ultimately I think it’s the only reliable one,” Au said. “Otherwise, a company will be forced to produce content to an ever-demanding audience of largely passive consumers. That’s destined to fail.”

(Reporting by Eric Krangel; Editing by Eddie Evans)

from Reuters

If you have a history about the old times of SL and would like to share with us please get in touch with me (Anna Avalanche). I would love to publish it!

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Rio de Janeiro no SL from Anna Avalanche

Yes sweet Liane, this is a nice contest in the most beautiful Brazilian city and Déjà vu Magazine is supporting it.

My friend AQUILES Amat one of the contest organizers sent me the contest and the island advertise. Very good pictures!!! Congrats Aquiles. As we like beautiful places and gorgeous people we support your effort.

The Brazil Rio Island, with barely a month of operation, is one of the coolest Brazilian islands. The place is always surrounded by friends, pretty people, interesting avatars and the marvelous Sugarloaf Mountain view. Also the possibility to practice sports like Wind surf, hang-glider, Jet Ski, motorbike and parachute diving attracts people that like to have fun practicing radical sports. The island was carefully planned and constructed to provide you an excellent place and nice parties and contests promoted by BioBrilho Company.
We would like to invite you for the big "Girl Olympus 2008" contest. So, don’t miss your chance to win more than L$15.000 lindens distributed by the winners and also lots of gifts from the best Second Life stores.

Rio de Janeiro no SL from Liane Maertens

A new model contest is stirring the Brazilian fashion world on the SL, the agency Olimpia is promoting the "Girl Olimpia 2008" and a table with photos of 25 girls is in Rio SL, I was there giving a look and decided riding a cable car, a beautiful walk for those who love the Rio de Janeiro RL. It is worth to check the contest with beautiful Brazilian girls on the tour by the island.

For this tour I choose light cloths, as the Rio is hot. In this photo I wear Naima Oro ed Avorio, Vampirelle Storm_schoomz shoes, hair ETD Melrose - Chocolate and jewels JCNY - SOHO, Hardwood Bead Collection.

You can jump from the top cable car in a delta wing. There is a beautiful view of the whole land at midnight and a very good place for a romance. I found nice couples having fun there. So don’t wait more, because the competition of Olimpia ends soon and the girls expect your vote.