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    (Original post by Addzter)
    Yes, perfect! The numbers are superfluous. OK, so we've got the chant done, now to set a date...
    wait. i had another think and i think that

    "we don't want a nanny state. We just want to masturbate"

    is better because than even the syllables watch with 7 in both parts
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    (Original post by Dan3va)
    wait. i had another think and i think that

    "we don't want a nanny state. We just want to masturbate"

    is better because than even the syllables watch with 7 in both parts
    Christ, that's amazing! I was thinking we could also get one of the big tissue companies to sponsor the march, as they'll lose a large amount of custom if this comes into force.
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    (Original post by lovely_me)
    Not sound, at all. If anything the children need protecting from Davie C and Ed Vaizey. What a waste of government time and money.

    Is there no end to nanny state interference in our lives. YOU COULDN'T MAKE IT UP.
    I'm chuffed the government are taking steps to protect people from viewing things that only damadge them.

    What kind of a man or women would even allow themselves to be filmed doing inappropriate things...
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    (Original post by Casshern1456)
    This is actually very stupid and I hope the labour government get back in and change it back.
    What on earth makes you think labour would change it back? Considering their track record considering the nanny state I'd have thought this is something they'd very much support.
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    (Original post by Addzter)
    Christ, that's amazing! I was thinking we could also get one of the big tissue companies to sponsor the march, as they'll lose a large amount of custom if this comes into force.
    Tissues? They're too thin.

    Loo roll is more like it.
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    Yeahh, cause it will just be so easy to find each website containing porn, and block it.

    David cameron, you a jebend.
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    (Original post by sixthformer)
    I'm chuffed the government are taking steps to protect people from viewing things that only damadge them.

    What kind of a man or women would even allow themselves to be filmed doing inappropriate things...
    There is no evidence AT ALL to show me that porn effects anyone viewing it, in anyway, at all.
    **** I've seen people shot in the face on the internet, doesn't mean im a crazy son of a ***** too, does it.

    And I agree with your second statement (the bald-ed part)
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    (Original post by OMGWTFBBQ)
    Tissues? They're too thin.

    Loo roll is more like it.
    Have you got corrosive jizz or something, son? Kleenex are more than up to the job - in fact they're designed for it (ever wondered why they're called Mansize? )
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    (Original post by Addzter)
    Christ, that's amazing! I was thinking we could also get one of the big tissue companies to sponsor the march, as they'll lose a large amount of custom if this comes into force.
    I can see it now the facebook groups, the posters, the megaphones, the billboards.

    all for the Kleenex "**** for Freedom" campaign
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    (Original post by Liam 09)
    Oh come on this is ridiculous now. There are so many things harming our society but they go after a bit of adult entertainment.. that really is not harming younger kids who watch it. I wasn't traumatised at all when I first saw at a pretty young age..
    This.
    Parents are all a bit naive to think their children do not know what sex is at the age of say...10. They might not know the ins, and outs of it, but my god they know the basics!
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    (Original post by Dan3va)
    I can see it now the facebook groups, the posters, the megaphones, the billboards.

    all for the Kleenex "**** for Freedom" campaign
    This is going to be big. Raising our tuitiuon fees was one thing Cameron, but if you think you can take away our precious porn, you've got another bloody thing coming. :jitsu:
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    (Original post by lonelykatana)
    This.
    Parents are all a bit naive to think their children do not know what sex is at the age of say...10. They might not know the ins, and outs of it, but my god they know the basics!
    ins and outs

    nice pun sir I like your style
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    (Original post by lonelykatana)
    There is no evidence AT ALL to show me that porn effects anyone viewing it, in anyway, at all.
    **** I've seen people shot in the face on the internet, doesn't mean im a crazy son of a ***** too, does it.

    And I agree with your second statement (the bald-ed part)
    you view other people losing all morals
    you lose your respect to women tbh or men..
    it can damadge relationships
    your partner is not enough for you...
    ps,i am no role model, i am merely saying what i think is true
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    I don't think so. If the "government" think everyone will just take this sitting down they better think again. They will get their fat bureaucratic asses spammed by 4chan and every single porn watcher in the UK who knows how to hack. And maybe then they will learn to back down and keep their place. I'm sick of the damn government always interfereing in our business and stuff they don't even know a crap about.

    :mad:
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    That is outrageous.
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    (Original post by jismith1989)
    A good idea; pornography's become too pervasive in our general culture.



    (Awaiting neg rep from the febrile-groined teens that populate this place. )
    Sorry Grandad.
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    (Original post by Addzter)
    This is going to be big. Raising our tuitiuon fees was one thing Cameron, but if you think you can take away our precious porn, you've got another bloody thing coming. :jitsu:
    yea look at it this way

    students dont like fees
    students like porn

    students riot over fees
    students Will riot over porn

    combine the two and we will have a revolution. we are overdue a revolution its been a while since we had one.

    we would even have the support of non-students especially the back bench MP's, what do you tthink that they get up to in the back benches?

    and i recon that we could do a better job at running the country

    lets **** our way to victory
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    Doesn't stop children's role models nor does it get rid of the top shelves of magazines. I think the government should focus on crime and underage alcohol abuse before they try to label innocent, harmless perverts wanting a quick tug.
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    If they ban porn nobody will know which hole to put it in :eek:

    Dillema right there!
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    I would say the thongs for 6-year-olds, the women in pop videos gyrating with barely anything on, the magazines obsessed with image and body... I'd say these had a worse effect on kids than porn does, because not only are they exposed to it at a younger age, there's no stigma, no "this is dirty/wrong" air around it. It's completely normal. Whereas a child of around 12 watching porn knows they're looking at something they're not really meant to be.
 
 
 
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