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9. Re: Morning Metaverse Jun 4, 2010, 08:20 Prez
 
We ought to be killing 116,000 sick motherfuckers a day.  
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8. Re: Morning Metaverse Jun 4, 2010, 02:09 PHJF
 
Another note, only idiot parents would let their kids (up to 17 years old) use the Internet without a lot of supervision. It can be no different than letting your child travel outside and end up in a ghetto.

lol?
 
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7. Re: Morning Metaverse Jun 4, 2010, 01:20 BobBob
 
Porn is boring. If you want to improve your sex life find a partner that is attractive, compatible, sexy, and one that you can love. My wife is much more beautiful than any nasty, STD infested, porn star.

Another note, only idiot parents would let their kids (up to 17 years old) use the Internet without a lot of supervision. It can be no different than letting your child travel outside and end up in a ghetto.

116,000? Can't they block this kind of stuff? Or at least block the priests doing those searches.
 
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6. Re: Morning Metaverse Jun 4, 2010, 00:01 ForgedReality
 
Rigs wrote on Jun 3, 2010, 17:38:
Really, there isn't anything too shocking there. The ones that concern me the most at the moment are:

The average age at which a child first sees porn online is 11.

There are 116,000 searches for 'child porn' every day.

What shocked me is that so many people PAY for it. WHY?! It's freely, and easily available. You don't have to pay shit. Maybe they think they're getting "higher quality" porn if they pay.


When I was 13, there were BBS's, Compuserve, AOL, and Prodigy (which I was on).

Oh man, those were the days. Although, I made it a point to stay well away from Compuserve, Prodigy, and the worst of them all, AOL. I remember looking through a newspaper-like publication (I can't recall the name of it. ) for BBS numbers to log into and check out. I also had some private ones that friends and whatever ran. Back then, you had to know a little something, unlike now when you have idiot 12 year olds being annoying, and ignorant 70 year olds breaking their computers because they click any link they get in their email.


if I caught her being 'curious' again (and, oh yes, I read the logs

Firefox has that private browsing mode, you know. There will be no logs if she knows about that little nugget.
 
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5. Re: Morning Metaverse Jun 3, 2010, 17:38 Rigs
 
That's what happens when you try and shame people into thinking something is wrong. They just want it more. Duh!

nin ate his Wheaties this morning, I see...

Really, there isn't anything too shocking there. The ones that concern me the most at the moment are:

The average age at which a child first sees porn online is 11.

There are 116,000 searches for 'child porn' every day.


Having a 12-going-on-18 year old (so she thinks), I worry about it constantly. We've already had our 'run-in' with the online porn. I couldn't be mad, I did the same thing when I was her age. I'm not going to scold her for being curious (and part of me thinks it's way better to take care of her curiousity online rather than when she gets her first boyfriend). When I was 13, there were BBS's, Compuserve, AOL, and Prodigy (which I was on). We had to look hard for what we wanted back then but it was there if you knew where to go. My parents didn't really have a problem with it as long as it didn't become an obsession or an epidemic. Nowadays it different. It's too easy for it to just fall right into your lap. Many times I've been working on homework with her and run into some sites that had NSFW ads and whatnot. It's embarrassing, but it's something we both know is there and she's respectful enough to know that she's not allowed near it. Well, that and the little promise I made that if I caught her being 'curious' again (and, oh yes, I read the logs, you better believe it) that we were gonna have...THE TALK (cue horror-movie screaming)...


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4. Re: Morning Metaverse Jun 3, 2010, 14:00 nin
 
Interesting combination, americans act prude but invest more into porn than the rest of the world together.


That's what happens when you try and shame people into thinking something is wrong. They just want it more. Duh!
 
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3. Re: Morning Metaverse Jun 3, 2010, 13:47 Golwar
 
Interesting combination, americans act prude but invest more into porn than the rest of the world together.
Perhaps I should reconsider my thoughts on the legalisation of drugs, it might have the same effect there.
 
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2. Re: Morning Metaverse Jun 3, 2010, 12:47 Elf Shot The Food
 
Visits are six and-a-half minutes on average, huh? Well of course, because you just never know when your boss is going to walk around the corner.  
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1. Re: Morning Metaverse Jun 3, 2010, 12:12 UConnBBall
 
Your all sick I feel like I just watched a Jerry Springer Show and feel good about myself not being as messed up as you.
 
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