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A virtual reality life created by Khalid Saleh

A virtual reality life created by Khalid Saleh

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  • 1. A VR Life Prepared By: Khalid Saleh
  • 2. When He Started…
    • The name is George Harold, I’m a handsome young fit, attractive man…or at least I was, yea I was. Back in the day and I could have stayed that way to! But I got involved the deadly VR…Virtual reality!
  • 3. The Beginning…
    • Yea, I loved my life, it was great had the ladies, had the bling, I had it all, but soon all my glory would come to a complete and sudden halt.
    • My mother died, I was lost in life, my role model was gone, what would I do now?
  • 4. What To Do?
    • I though to my self, my mother has died, she was the main influence to my remarkable life.
    • I wanted to live with, her like I did, I missed her, I was slowly collapsing from life, and lost in my dreams and thoughts.
  • 5. What He Found Out…
    • I did some research, I was desperate I wanted my mother, the gold in my life to return.
    • VR was the resolution, I can live a computer life where death does not exist.
    • Soon my mother and I would be reunited.
  • 6. I Am Reborn
    • Yes I was back with my mom, I could see her when ever I want, no more crying, no more trouble.
    • That was it, whenever I needed to talk to someone, if I was hurt, I wear my VR cap, and see my mother.
    • She was the closest I got to her. Not only living in my hear, but in VR as well.
  • 7. Deeper and Deeper, in to VR
    • It was great, I didn’t need to work, because I did on VR, I socialized on VR, I breathed VR air.
    • It was just me, my coffee and chips to keep me going, and of course my beloved VR cap…
  • 8. Obsessing in VR
    • It was official, VR was my life, I spent all my days and nights ruling the VR streets.
    • What started out as a place where my mother still existed, became my partying, clubbing lifestyles.
    • I had VR girl friend, soon we would be married.
  • 9. Back in the Real World
    • Once in a while I would snap back to reality, for bath room brakes or catching some TV.
    • I had over 300 missed calls! My friends started to wonder if I was missing, dead or had I just moved away??
  • 10. A Slow Death
    • I was dying in my VR world, I had little knowledge, my VR job wasn’t going to well, and I was divorcing my wife.
    • My mother? I forgot all about her…
  • 11. What To Do?
    • What was I going to do? I lived the past 5 years in a virtual world.
    • I ate, breathed, and lived in a virtual society that doesn't even exist.
  • 12. Back to Reality
    • I had to flash back to realty now. I’ve wasted too much time!
    • I looked at myself in the mirror, I was obese, ugly, I wasn’t myself, what had happened to me!?
  • 13. Welcome back…
    • Yes I was back in the real world. Back to normal.
    • What started out as a way to see my mother ended out in a complete disaster.
    • She wouldn’t have wanted that for me…
  • 14. Hit The Gym
    • Yes I was working again trying to get back in shape mentally, physically, and socially.
    • My friends were all surprised to see me, although I still had not found a job.
  • 15. The Slow Process
    • It was a slow process, yes it was.
    • I was slowly getting back in shape, reviving my once active social life, and moving past my mothers death.
    • There is one thing I learned from this, never end your own life, for a dead person.
    • In the end my mother wanted the best for me and what I did to my self was the total opposite.
    • But hey! I’m working on it!