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(Daily Mail)   A 13 yr. old is on the sex offenders list ....for surfing porn on the internet   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 176
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2012-04-26 07:21:11 AM
FTA: "While it's not his real name, Jamie is typical of the young men I meet."


Wow.
 
2012-04-26 07:35:58 AM
This poor kid's life is essentially ruined. How is he supposed to interact with his peers if he is a sex offender?
 
2012-04-26 08:02:23 AM
This is a sick, sick, sick country we live in.

Thanks, Congress.
 
2012-04-26 08:22:59 AM

Marcus Aurelius: This is a sick, sick, sick country we live in.


Yes. Yes it is. TFA, however, was talking about little British pervs.
 
2012-04-26 08:25:13 AM
Research by the Oxford University neuroscientist and former director of the Royal Institution, psychologist Susan Greenfield, has found that intense internet use alters brain chemistry, encouraging instant gratification and making young people more self-centred.
It has also been linked to mental disorders such as autism, attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity,


Citation. Farking. Needed.
 
2012-04-26 09:07:14 AM

namegoeshere: Yes. Yes it is. TFA, however, was talking about little British pervs.


In the US we just arrest teens who take naked pictures of themselves and charge them with producing underage porn.
 
2012-04-26 09:16:58 AM

WhyteRaven74: In the US we just arrest teens who take naked pictures of themselves and charge them with producing underage porn.


Well, technically they are. Though if they are charged as an adult, I would argue that the charge would become null and void as soon as they decided to do that.
 
2012-04-26 09:18:54 AM

namegoeshere: Research by the Oxford University neuroscientist and former director of the Royal Institution, psychologist Susan Greenfield, has found that intense internet use alters brain chemistry, encouraging instant gratification and making young people more self-centred.
It has also been linked to mental disorders such as autism, attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity,

Citation. Farking. Needed.


Wow.
 
2012-04-26 09:19:44 AM
So does this mean in 11 years or so years my son will turn into a sex crazed maniac, all because he came across my porn stash?

Don't you have to stay so many meters away from anything involving children when you get put on the registry? If so how are those kids in the article able to go to school or even just play at a park?

/don't know too much about how the registry works
 
2012-04-26 09:27:11 AM

notalwaysright: So does this mean in 11 years or so years my son will turn into a sex crazed maniac, all because he came across my porn stash?

Don't you have to stay so many meters away from anything involving children when you get put on the registry? If so how are those kids in the article able to go to school or even just play at a park?

/don't know too much about how the registry works


That's what I was wondering. How will he be able to be a kid with these limitations?
 
2012-04-26 09:27:21 AM

nekom: Well, technically they are.


Technically yes, however charging them means that they end up as both the perpetrators and the victims of the same crime. Which is kind of silly.
 
2012-04-26 09:29:27 AM
So the goal here is to make sure that the sex offender list is basically meaningless, right?

"Oh who's NOT on that list these days?"
 
2012-04-26 09:30:15 AM

WhyteRaven74: Technically yes, however charging them means that they end up as both the perpetrators and the victims of the same crime. Which is kind of silly.


Very true. I can think of no other crime in which the perpetrator is also the victim.
 
2012-04-26 09:34:46 AM

nekom: Well, technically they are. Though if they are charged as an adult, I would argue that the charge would become null and void as soon as they decided to do that.


Which they were in the case in question. And then my brain asploded.
 
2012-04-26 09:47:10 AM
i.dailymail.co.uk

"See son, THAT is how you teabag a midget."

Seriously though, this is pretty disturbing. Going through puberty is confusing enough without being a porn addict and a registered sex offender. There's no way in hell any future children of mine will have unrestricted or unsupervised internet time. No way.
 
2012-04-26 09:54:30 AM
'At first I found it a bit scary and a bit yucky,'

media.lunch.com
 
2012-04-26 09:58:25 AM

nekom: WhyteRaven74: Technically yes, however charging them means that they end up as both the perpetrators and the victims of the same crime. Which is kind of silly.

Very true. I can think of no other crime in which the perpetrator is also the victim.


Suicide, but that's a little hard to prosecute.
 
2012-04-26 09:59:15 AM

miss diminutive: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 640x426]

"See son, THAT is how you teabag a midget."

Seriously though, this is pretty disturbing. Going through puberty is confusing enough without being a porn addict and a registered sex offender. There's no way in hell any future children of mine will have unrestricted or unsupervised internet time. No way.


That picture kinda creeped me out. It could also be used to depict a pedo coaching a child.
 
2012-04-26 10:01:09 AM

namegoeshere: Research by the Oxford University neuroscientist and former director of the Royal Institution, psychologist Susan Greenfield, has found that intense internet use alters brain chemistry, encouraging instant gratification and making young people more self-centred.
It has also been linked to mental disorders such as autism, attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity,

Citation. Farking. Needed.


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I don't think you need citation for so much as citation AGAINST.
 
2012-04-26 10:02:16 AM
Do they allow sex offenders on school grounds in England? If not I think I see yet another major problem. And if they do allow sex offenders on school grounds, W.T.F.!!
 
2012-04-26 10:07:57 AM
miss diminutive

Seriously though, this is pretty disturbing. Going through puberty is confusing enough without being a porn addict and a registered sex offender. There's no way in hell any future children of mine will have unrestricted or unsupervised internet time. No way.

That's the other thing I don't understand where are all these kids parents? My daughter has a computer. I am constantly checking her history, making sure the parental settings are up to my standards, and I drop into her room unannounced to see what she is up to. I wouldn't wait months after my child started acting strange to try and find out what is going on. I'm their parent not their friend
 
2012-04-26 10:09:59 AM
Ok I have no clue why my last post is bolded. I'm pretty new to posting, sorry.
 
2012-04-26 10:10:55 AM

doglover: namegoeshere: Research by the Oxford University neuroscientist and former director of the Royal Institution, psychologist Susan Greenfield, has found that intense internet use alters brain chemistry, encouraging instant gratification and making young people more self-centred.
It has also been linked to mental disorders such as autism, attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity,

Citation. Farking. Needed.

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I don't think you need citation for so much as citation AGAINST.


Do people with "mental disorders" such as Autism (which shows up, btw, in early toddlerhood, and some research now says symptoms can be seen in infancy) ADD and hyperactivity use the internet heavily because they have such "mental disorders," or is internet usage, as TFA is implying, actually CAUSING said disorders?

Maybe the mothers of Autistic children sat too close to the monitor during pregnancy...
 
2012-04-26 10:12:50 AM
Good job creating the guy who will have pieces of his neighbors in his fridge in 5 years, UK society.

And what's with all the pictures of kids in the article? What are they models or actors or something? In any case, "Hey Timmy, I just saw you in an article about perverted kids, you farking pervert!".
 
2012-04-26 10:15:45 AM
I see the Daily Mail is continuing its latest tirade: Pornography is destroying your children and the internet is out to get you, so vote for the national web filter!
 
2012-04-26 10:18:07 AM

Mugato: Good job creating the guy who will have pieces of his neighbors in his fridge in 5 years, UK society.

And what's with all the pictures of kids in the article? What are they models or actors or something? In any case, "Hey Timmy, I just saw you in an article about perverted kids, you farking pervert!".


I once met a guy who had acted in some true crime reenactment shows, Unsolved Mysteries or some such. He usually played the bad guy, and he'd been recognized several times for it, and not in a good way. He'd been reported to the police more than once for being the guy they were looking for. He was always amazed that people thought he was the actual sereal killer. Like they could get the real bad guy to come and act in the reenactment show for the purpose of solving the crimes he had committed.
 
2012-04-26 10:18:53 AM

Rincewind53: I see the Daily Mail is continuing its latest tirade: Pornography is destroying your children and the internet is out to get you, so vote for the national web filter!


yeah they have been on quite the campaign
 
2012-04-26 10:27:29 AM
I believe this is fairly obligatory.

blog.bobbylikesbeer.com
 
2012-04-26 10:33:14 AM
Well if he's old enough to hack my keylogger and IP blocking software then I suppose he is ready for the consequences of his actions.
 
2012-04-26 11:18:08 AM
"See, two girls, one cup. Cool huh?"
i.dailymail.co.uk
 
2012-04-26 11:28:10 AM
(file photo)

Worst. Modelling job. Evar.
 
2012-04-26 11:36:38 AM

AbbeySomeone: This poor kid's life is essentially ruined. How is he supposed to interact with his peers if he is a sex offender?


how is he supposed to get a job. he will not pass a background check and will end up a ward of the state 4EVA!
 
2012-04-26 11:57:10 AM
Could be worse.
They could have caught him touching his own 13 year old junk.
 
2012-04-26 11:58:03 AM
i.dailymail.co.uk

"See, that's what I am going to be doing to you later tonight."
 
2012-04-26 11:59:16 AM
When I was thirteen, we had to go sneak a friend's dad's dirty mags from the closet....
 
2012-04-26 11:59:22 AM

AbbeySomeone: This poor kid's life is essentially ruined. How is he supposed to interact with his peers if he is a sex offender?


With candy, cigarettes and booze?
 
2012-04-26 12:00:05 PM

nekom: WhyteRaven74: Technically yes, however charging them means that they end up as both the perpetrators and the victims of the same crime. Which is kind of silly.

Very true. I can think of no other crime in which the perpetrator is also the victim.


Suicide.
 
2012-04-26 12:00:40 PM
It's the Daily Fail people. You know it's all made up right?
 
2012-04-26 12:00:48 PM

NowhereMon: namegoeshere: Research by the Oxford University neuroscientist and former director of the Royal Institution, psychologist Susan Greenfield, has found that intense internet use alters brain chemistry, encouraging instant gratification and making young people more self-centred.
It has also been linked to mental disorders such as autism, attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity,

Citation. Farking. Needed.

Wow.


tripeomusic.net
 
2012-04-26 12:01:12 PM
My own CSB: my 16 yo son figured out how to order movies on our tv before I got my bill. $1000 worth of porn on my cable bill in one month. I learned how to turn on parental controls fast.
 
2012-04-26 12:01:57 PM
Oh oh oh, Jamie's Cryin....
 
2012-04-26 12:03:38 PM

bluehubcap: My own CSB: my 16 yo son figured out how to order movies on our tv before I got my bill. $1000 worth of porn on my cable bill in one month. I learned how to turn on parental controls fast.


Cox Cable is turning off all pin codes for pay per view. Any customer that wants one will have to create a new one. Cox Cable is going to make a bundle off of PPV. At least until the monthly bill goes out.
 
2012-04-26 12:03:58 PM
Pol Pot got it right.
 
2012-04-26 12:04:26 PM
They picked the most pedophilic picture they could to "portray appropriate internet supervision" didn't they.

If you want to prevent your kid from watching excessive amounts of porn keep the PC in a family area. That'll also curtail any late night surfing.
 
2012-04-26 12:05:48 PM
He was surfing 2 hours of porn a night for two years? That's some Parents of the Century awards worthy shiat there.
 
2012-04-26 12:05:51 PM
FTFRetardedA: It has also been linked to mental disorders such as autism, attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity ...

1. Autism and true ADD/ADHD are genetic conditions.
2. Hyperactivity is normal for young children.
3. Susan Greenfield (if she exists) is officially too stupid to breathe.
4. It's the Daily Mail, so the whole story is probably made up anyway.
 
2012-04-26 12:06:45 PM

nekom: WhyteRaven74: Technically yes, however charging them means that they end up as both the perpetrators and the victims of the same crime. Which is kind of silly.

Very true. I can think of no other crime in which the perpetrator is also the victim.


attempted suicide? Not sure if that's really a crime.
 
2012-04-26 12:07:36 PM
Whats next... putting new born babies on the list cause they are breast feeding?
 
2012-04-26 12:08:07 PM

Walker: "See, two girls, one cup. Cool huh?"
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... just like the animal. No, not dot com just dot se.
i.dailymail.co.uk
 
2012-04-26 12:08:44 PM

wildcardjack: They picked the most pedophilic picture they could to "portray appropriate internet supervision" didn't they.

If you want to prevent your kid from watching excessive amounts of porn keep the PC in a family area. That'll also curtail any late night surfing.


That'll really teach teens the needed skills on how to jerk off without someone sitting next to you knowing.
 
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