May 31, 2006

Won't somebody think of the children!!!

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I found this page as I was wondering round the internet and thought that it deserved being put up. Fox is running a story about how the evil PSP is practically FORCING our dear, sweet, innocent children to look at porn. I know – moral outrage all around. I've never heard of "the internet" before so I was glad that they helped me understand that children can:

"use [the PSP] to capture pornographic images out of thin air"

I better not be breathing this air. Still at least someone is taking charge, one no good punk (a child of 14 years) took this depraved filth into school!!! still, the intrepid local authorities were on hand to safe guard the children:

" Last month a 14–year old boy in Bismark, North Dakota got caught bringing porn into school on his PSP. The local authorities decided to make an example of the boy and charged him with a felony."

Yep, the highest category of offense. And I say good – if they didn't do this the parents might have had to sit down with their child and explain to him why his behavior wasn't appropriate and maybe even discipline him themselves!

- 3 comments by 2 or more people Not publicly viewable

  1. Ha! Brilliant way to talk to techno–phobe, paranoid parents: "the PSP could magically display images of naked women.", where the "magic" was only "the school's wireless internet connection".

    So.. at a school, they have a presumably unfiltered, completely insecure wireless network?!

    No, I completely agree, these PSPs should be banned, it's completely irresponsible selling products to children who can take advantage of incompetant network administrators in their school.. Yes, definately the manufacturers fault..definately..

    31 May 2006, 23:46

  2. Christopher Rossdale

    There's no doubting the popularity of loading porn onto a PSP. Its even been nicknamed the play station "pornable".

    Funniest. Story. Ever.

    01 Jun 2006, 14:25

  3. Adam

    Speaking of Evil PSP’s
    Thought I’d share!

    09 Nov 2006, 23:55

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