Monday, February 05, 2007

What Sucks…Kids Watching Porn “Mistakenly”: Perv Watch V.8


A huge report released today on kids and the internet, carried by just about every major US news source (Time, NYT, Forbes, CNN, USA Today, Bloomberg, etc.) says that kids who “surf the web” are reporting that they are subject to seeing porn online from time to time, “unintentionally”.

Yeah, funny how those google searches just seem to fill themselves out they should really fix the thing that makes "Spanish American War" and "Wilson's League of Nations" give you results of "Huge Knockers" and "Hot Chicks Kissing".

Hey kids watching porn, cut the crap. Unintentionally? Really? I’m sure. Just be happy that 95 percent of your parents don’t know how to access your browser’s “history cache”. Don’t you think you’re getting a little cocky with this whole “we’re not watching it intentionally” thing?

I give you pervs credit, you certainly got your message out...









And hey USA Today, ABC News, CNN, and Bloomberg.com, I’m beginning to see why it was so easy for President Cheney to invade Iraq. At least put the “often mistakenly” thing in quotes or italics.


“Often mistakenly”? Yeah, me too. Pervs.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

lmao

Jenna said...

My friends little sister had to do a report for school on chimpanzees a few years ago, so she typed chimpanzees.com into the browser and it was a porn site. Although it seems to have been taken down now (yes I checked, don't judge me) it is possible to view porn by accident.

DouglasG said...

There is porn on the internets? Why didn't anyone tell me?

Anonymous said...

DouglasG said...

There is porn on the internets? Why didn't anyone tell me?


lmao.... pornography on the internet is rampant, you can get it by typing anything from "types of bread" to "training dogs" (a bit exagerated....maybe...)