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2013-03-03 03:15:28 PM  
And like Fark comment threads, several people disprove the premise of the article, while the rest ignore their posts and gripe about the headline subject.
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2013-03-03 04:07:37 PM  
I don't care. Will my email about guaranteed 14 year old first time amateur virgin whores get through?
 
2013-03-03 04:29:59 PM  

ZAZ: I don't care. Will my email about guaranteed 14 year old first time amateur virgin whores get through?


If you CC the FBI, I'm sure you'll get results before you know it.
 
2013-03-03 04:46:58 PM  
Apple should stop pushing their conservative religious beliefs on the rest of us.
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2013-03-03 05:01:17 PM  
If you CC the FBI, I'm sure you'll get results before you know it.

People used to put email addresses for the FCC and FTC in contexts where bots would harvest addresses for spam. The theory was, spammers would target the head of the FTC who would be outraged and annihilate them. The practice was, .gov addresses were usually immune from spam.  I would like the trick to have worked. I doubt it helped.
 
2013-03-03 05:11:01 PM  
What else does Apple not want us to read about?  "Tea Party Rally"?
 
2013-03-03 05:19:08 PM  
It even looks into PDFs?  So, if you PDFed a book you bought, they might delete it as a POSSIBLY illegal copy?
 
2013-03-03 05:27:51 PM  
I have a problem with others deciding what is good for me, without asking my opinion. I also have a problem with technology being able to censor my mail even if I use a 'hot term' out of context.

Admittedly, the current technology is wonderful and, to me, nearly magical but far too many users know enough about it to realize how severely their privacy can be invaded by others for any reason they choose.

I dislike it when companies decide to protect me from myself. I also have a problem with companies deciding they can help themselves to my personal information and web browsing without my permission.

Didn't Apple, with the iPod, develop a way for you to buy and download music -- which then expired after a period of time and could not be downloaded or copied to any other media? (I could be wrong here, but I dimly recall something about that. I don't own or use iPods.)

Later on, I read about cell phones with GPS, being able to be turned on remotely to track the owner. It was for our own good. Then laptops popped up with built in webcam's that a hacker could activate and peer into your home so long as your system was turned on and connected to the internet.

So long as people have power over you, it can and will be abused.
 
2013-03-03 05:58:21 PM  
Maybe they're not deleting the emails.  Maybe they're just delaying them a month in case the emails contain an idea and Apple needs a head start with the patent office.
 
2013-03-03 07:04:34 PM  
Good thing I tweet about that sort of thing.

#16yearoldboobies
 
2013-03-03 07:47:26 PM  

Rik01: Didn't Apple, with the iPod, develop a way for you to buy and download music -- which then expired after a period of time and could not be downloaded or copied to any other media? (I could be wrong here, but I dimly recall something about that. I don't own or use iPods.)


No. ITMS has always been, you buy it and its yours and stays on your computer/iPod whatever forever. No expiration date was ever part of the deal.
 
2013-03-03 07:50:30 PM  
This is exactly what you should expect when you outsource control of your data to third parties and your only criteria is "I don't need to know how this stuff works...let's find the shiniest box!"
 
2013-03-03 07:52:09 PM  
The penis enlargement stuff will still go through, though, right?
 
2013-03-03 07:52:33 PM  

ZAZ: I don't care. Will my email about guaranteed 14 year old first time amateur virgin whores get through?


i1182.photobucket.com
 
2013-03-03 07:54:54 PM  
www.luerzersarchive.com
/ironic
 
2013-03-03 07:56:32 PM  

Rik01: I have a problem with others deciding what is good for me, without asking my opinion. I also have a problem with technology being able to censor my mail even if I use a 'hot term' out of context.


"Bob: I have completed the investigation into Ted's web browsing, and I think we've got a problem. The IT department's internet usage logs show that on Friday, between 1:19 pm and 4:22 pm, he visited 11 different websites with names such as "barely legal teens in elephant masks," "naked zookeepers feed sisal to wombats," and "nude Latvian housewife shaves yak." This is particularly troublesome, insofar as Ted was in the operating room, performing a cardiac bypass at the time. I'm inclined to fire him, but won't do so unless you respond to this e-mail that it's ok to do so. Thanks."

"P.S. Just to be sure, I checked -- 'shaves yak' was not a euphemism."
 
2013-03-03 07:57:44 PM  
FTFA:
Apple's iCloud email service has a neat trick: instead of relegating emails that contains phrases like "barely legal teens" to your spam folder, it simply doesn't deliver your message.

You mean like a POP filter that's been around for over a decade? Is there no end to what can be claimed as innovative?
 
2013-03-03 07:59:55 PM  
Being a nerd, I often see things and attribute an alignment to them.  Whenever I experience any of Apple's products or read about them in the media (or witness their followers) -- I immediately think: Lawful Evil.

At this point, I'm completely convinced they're textbook examples of LE.  Control people with lies and deceit, yet do it with intelligence and competence.  Now, I mostly wonder which layer of Hell their front office is based out of.
 
2013-03-03 08:00:34 PM  
Barely legal is still legal, nonetheless.
 
2013-03-03 08:01:28 PM  
Ihate Icrap.
 
2013-03-03 08:02:50 PM  

St_Francis_P: And like Fark comment threads, several people disprove the premise of the article, while the rest ignore their posts and gripe about the headline subject.


You're just a barely legal teen apologist.
 
2013-03-03 08:03:33 PM  

Speaker2Animals: Rik01: Didn't Apple, with the iPod, develop a way for you to buy and download music -- which then expired after a period of time and could not be downloaded or copied to any other media? (I could be wrong here, but I dimly recall something about that. I don't own or use iPods.)

No. ITMS has always been, you buy it and its yours and stays on your computer/iPod whatever forever. No expiration date was ever part of the deal.


Tell that to the people that bought Siri before Apple decided to integrate it.
 
2013-03-03 08:04:07 PM  
Sucks to be that person writing a thesis about the phenomenon of the "barely legal teens". Months or years of work disappearing for no good reason.
 
2013-03-03 08:07:58 PM  

phrawgh: Barely legal is still legal, nonetheless.


Yeah, why aren't people supporting the rights of eighteen-and-a-day year old girls to make money showing their firm, nubile jubblies to anyone who wants to pay for the privilege?   For god's sake -- they're adults!  This is flat-out suppression of the economic recovery, this is.
 
2013-03-03 08:09:07 PM  
Why does Apple have a problem with kids who were born just north of the Rio Grande 13+ years ago?
 
2013-03-03 08:09:16 PM  

Rik01: I have a problem with others deciding what is good for me, without asking my opinion. I also have a problem with technology being able to censor my mail even if I use a 'hot term' out of context.


Years ago I started a blog called "Killing Trees" on an writing industry site.  One day the blog was locked and set to 'adult content' since the title tripped some automated violence-filter.  A moderator looked at the situation and agreed with the filter -- any use of the word 'killing' was a depiction of violence and not allowed in any way, even in a common writing term.  Other not-necessarily-violent words that tripped their filter were 'beat', 'smash', and 'punch'.

Their site, their rules.  I went somewhere else where the mods understood such radical concepts as "context".

Harder to get away from Apple.
 
2013-03-03 08:09:34 PM  
Doesn't "barely legal teens" mean 18 year-olds?

If they were 13-17, they wouldn't be legal (in most states).

If they were 19, then they're not "barely" legal as they've been legal for over a year.

18 is the only teen year that fits all of the criteria.
 
2013-03-03 08:11:23 PM  

lordargent: Doesn't "barely legal teens" mean 18 year-olds?

If they were 13-17, they wouldn't be legal (in most states).

If they were 19, then they're not "barely" legal as they've been legal for over a year.

18 is the only teen year that fits all of the criteria.


Right. Either you are legal or you're not. And I just emailed a string of them to my Mac account without complaint.
 
2013-03-03 08:12:44 PM  
Passworded zip files. That's how management send their porn attachments to each other at work.
 
2013-03-03 08:17:06 PM  
Bob Down: Dropbox Passworded zip files. That's how management send their porn attachments to each other at work.

/what century do you live in - the last?
 
2013-03-03 08:19:44 PM  

RickN99: Rik01: I have a problem with others deciding what is good for me, without asking my opinion. I also have a problem with technology being able to censor my mail even if I use a 'hot term' out of context.

Years ago I started a blog called "Killing Trees" on an writing industry site.  One day the blog was locked and set to 'adult content' since the title tripped some automated violence-filter.  A moderator looked at the situation and agreed with the filter -- any use of the word 'killing' was a depiction of violence and not allowed in any way, even in a common writing term.  Other not-necessarily-violent words that tripped their filter were 'beat', 'smash', and 'punch'.

Their site, their rules.  I went somewhere else where the mods understood such radical concepts as "context".

Harder to get away from Apple.


So their filter would nix "To Kill a Mockingbird"? Brilliant!
 
2013-03-03 08:21:01 PM  
Like on of the commenters, I just sent myself an email with the subject "Barely legal teens" and the body repeating it 3 times. Showed up in my icloud inbox in about 2 seconds.

But of course Apple is evil.
 
2013-03-03 08:22:05 PM  
This thread is seriously lacking in the barely legal teens dept.

hflol.com
 
2013-03-03 08:23:21 PM  
^^^ Got damn I say GOT DAMN!
 
2013-03-03 08:27:40 PM  

vygramul: It even looks into PDFs?  So, if you PDFed a book you bought, they might delete it as a POSSIBLY illegal copy?


Any e-mail system today - whether it be a enterprise product like IronMail or a consumer product like gmail - looks inside any piece of content (pdf, zip, etc).  It how it figures out if the content is malware or not.  I've configured enterprise mail systems to quarantine or alert on encrypted messages so we can keep tabs on what are dear trusted employees are doing.

/what's true of Apple is true of gmail, hotmail (outlook.com), etc.
//if you really care about getting all your mail unmolested - run your own SMTP server
 
2013-03-03 08:27:48 PM  

Uzzah: "Bob: I have completed the investigation into Ted's web browsing, and I think we've got a problem. The IT department's internet usage logs show that on Friday, between 1:19 pm and 4:22 pm, he visited 11 different websites with names such as "barely legal teens in elephant masks," "naked zookeepers feed sisal to wombats," and "nude Latvian housewife shaves yak." This is particularly troublesome, insofar as Ted was in the operating room, performing a cardiac bypass at the time. I'm inclined to fire him, but won't do so unless you respond to this e-mail that it's ok to do so. Thanks."

"P.S. Just to be sure, I checked -- 'shaves yak' was not a euphemism."


Well, be fair.  Nobody likes a shaggy yak, now do they?
 
2013-03-03 08:30:34 PM  

rebelyell2006: writing a thesis about the phenomenon of the "barely legal teens"


It's not that complicated:

i.imgur.com
 
2013-03-03 08:31:42 PM  
But...but....my NAME is Bare Lee Legalteens!
 
2013-03-03 08:33:04 PM  
What's a barely legal teen?


*waits for pics in thread*
 
2013-03-03 08:35:41 PM  
Is that why all my emails containing links to torrent files of jailbait modeling sites were never received???
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2013-03-03 08:40:22 PM  
rebelyell2006: Sucks to be that person writing a thesis about the phenomenon of the "barely legal teens". Months or years of work disappearing for no good reason.

I heard a tale of processing woe in college.

A student was writing his thesis. He had a file for the introduction, conclusion, and so forth, and in addition to the beginning and end matter had a big file for the core of the work. One night most of his thesis disappeared.

Disk space was precious in those days. When Unix programs crashed they tended to leave behind large files named "core." The system would delete such files as junk.  The lesson was, don't name valuable files core.
 
2013-03-03 08:42:32 PM  
As someone who works in messaging security I can say that it is not at all uncommon. It's a little different because many of these are personal accounts, but when it comes to filtering spam for business communications its unlikely that phrases like 'barely legal teens', 'russian lolitas' or 'she'll love your throbbing p3n!s' have much professional value. Most of these would be dropped outright.  Emails with words like 'boobs' and 'cock' would probably just get the message sent to quarantine.

For every person who complains about not getting a specific email there are five who would complain about getting it.
 
2013-03-03 08:45:32 PM  

jehovahs witness protection: Apple should stop pushing their conservative religious beliefs on the rest of us.


Yeah, and they're also lobbying the US government to legalize gay marriage. Stay out of our politics!
 
2013-03-03 08:51:08 PM  
Proof once again, that Apple doesn't respect its devoted cult members enough to let them do ANY thinking for themselves...

Just think, even an email discussing this issue would get deleted, since it contains the phrase.
 
2013-03-03 08:52:03 PM  
It's is Apple's job to parent their customers. They cannot be exposed to naughty things.

When Apple customers grow up they graduate to the real internet.
 
2013-03-03 08:53:20 PM  
Just one more reason not to buy apple products.  Apple can suck my dick.  I happen to like barely legal teens.
 
2013-03-03 08:53:22 PM  
NOM

farm4.staticflickr.com
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2013-03-03 08:53:23 PM  
SpdrJay: But...but....my NAME is Bare Lee Legalteens!

There's a Farker who one of the mods used to call by the nickname "Mr. Post" because his real login is on Fark's unsayable words list. Many other filtered login names got cleaned up around 2003, like some with the word that filters to fark.
 
2013-03-03 08:56:11 PM  
"'beat', 'smash', and 'punch'"

Jument: So their filter would nix "To Kill a Mockingbird"?

Super Smash Bros
Mike Tyson's Punch Out
Feel the Beat

etc
 
2013-03-03 08:59:03 PM  

gingerjet: vygramul: It even looks into PDFs?  So, if you PDFed a book you bought, they might delete it as a POSSIBLY illegal copy?

Any e-mail system today - whether it be a enterprise product like IronMail or a consumer product like gmail - looks inside any piece of content (pdf, zip, etc).  It how it figures out if the content is malware or not.  I've configured enterprise mail systems to quarantine or alert on encrypted messages so we can keep tabs on what are dear trusted employees are doing.

/what's true of Apple is true of gmail, hotmail (outlook.com), etc.
//if you really care about getting all your mail unmolested - run your own SMTP server


It's one thing to look for malware. I understand that.

/ I DO run my own mail server
 
2013-03-03 09:02:57 PM  

Yankees Team Gynecologist: rebelyell2006: writing a thesis about the phenomenon of the "barely legal teens"

It's not that complicated:

[i.imgur.com image 300x1500]


MILFS are better lays.  Just sayin'.
 
2013-03-03 09:06:01 PM  

phrawgh: Barely legal is still legal, nonetheless.


Thanks. I was holding my breath there for awhile.
 
2013-03-03 09:06:58 PM  
outbound spam filtering has been around for years. Any machine (or set of machines) that allows too much spam to be sent from them is at risk of being blocked by machines that receiving email, either on a local basis or via a DNSBL. It sounds like Apple is just doing a bad job of detecting what is spam and what isn't.


Yes, this is another example of bad guys making life hard for the rest of us. :-<
 
2013-03-03 09:09:53 PM  

baronvonzipper: phrawgh: Barely legal is still legal, nonetheless.

Thanks. I was holding my breath there for awhile.


Pissing teens, on the other hand.
 
2013-03-03 09:11:07 PM  
meanwhile 'barely teens' gets by unfiltered.
 
2013-03-03 09:11:55 PM  

ZAZ: rebelyell2006: Sucks to be that person writing a thesis about the phenomenon of the "barely legal teens". Months or years of work disappearing for no good reason.

I heard a tale of processing woe in college.

A student was writing his thesis. He had a file for the introduction, conclusion, and so forth, and in addition to the beginning and end matter had a big file for the core of the work. One night most of his thesis disappeared.

Disk space was precious in those days. When Unix programs crashed they tended to leave behind large files named "core." The system would delete such files as junk.  The lesson was, don't name valuable files core.


I had a similar experience.  It took about ten days for the sysadmin to recover it.
 
2013-03-03 09:17:44 PM  

phrawgh: baronvonzipper: phrawgh: Barely legal is still legal, nonetheless.

Thanks. I was holding my breath there for awhile.

Pissing teens, on the other hand.


I'm originally from the deep, deep South. So when I became a man, I got married. She was 16, I was 17. Nobody thought anything of it at the time - it was the norm. Get the little bastards out of the house so we can go on with our lives.
 
2013-03-03 09:22:10 PM  
YES, it IS truei155.photobucket.com
 
2013-03-03 09:23:02 PM  

relaxitsjustme: This thread is seriously lacking in the barely legal teens dept.

[hflol.com image 449x600]


I'm pretty sure she's pushing 30
 
2013-03-03 09:34:10 PM  
This would explain why I don't get any e-mail anymore.
 
2013-03-03 09:44:18 PM  

Big Man On Campus: FTFA:
Apple's iCloud email service has a neat trick: instead of relegating emails that contains phrases like "barely legal teens" to your spam folder, it simply doesn't deliver your message.

You mean like a POP filter that's been around for over a decade? Is there no end to what can be claimed as innovative?


I was about to say, it sounds like a slightly over-enthusiastic spam filter setting that has a phraselist that will drop instead of quarantining, which is normally an extremely dumb idea but generally gets turned on by default on new installs. It's best to let users decide whether to drop or save.

It would be hilarious if after all of that discussion and emailing they had just missed a setting on iCloud's control panel though.
 
2013-03-03 09:52:25 PM  
B-b-b-b-ookmark.
 
2013-03-03 10:05:17 PM  

lordargent: Doesn't "barely legal teens" mean 18 year-olds?
If they were 13-17, they wouldn't be legal (in most states).
If they were 19, then they're not "barely" legal as they've been legal for over a year.
18 is the only teen year that fits all of the criteria.


I always figured "bare-ly" was mostly a pun.

a248.e.akamai.net
 
2013-03-03 10:08:04 PM  

Bob Down: Passworded zip files. That's how management send their porn attachments to each other at work.


That might work, so long as none of the file names were 'barely legal teens' or any combination of those words, because even if a zip file is password protected you can still see what the files are, you just can't open or extract them.  So in a nutshell, zip files are worthless for hiding porn.

/ or at least they used to be, maybe they've fixed that loophole since I last tried to use a zip file for security
 
2013-03-03 10:14:13 PM  

vygramul: It even looks into PDFs?  So, if you PDFed a book you bought, they might delete it as a POSSIBLY illegal copy?


Barely legal books?
 
2013-03-03 10:15:47 PM  

lordargent: Doesn't "barely legal teens" mean 18 year-olds?

If they were 13-17, they wouldn't be legal (in most states).

If they were 19, then they're not "barely" legal as they've been legal for over a year.

18 is the only teen year that fits all of the criteria.


In actual practice, "barely legal" appears to mean 30-year-olds with ponytails acting like kids.
 
2013-03-03 10:22:29 PM  
Not sure what the big deal is here. Google, Hotmail, etc all likely do the exact same thing. 99.9999% of all emails with that subject line are likely spam or malware anyways. Next thing you'll be telling me emails about cheap Viagra are deleted from iCloud too!
 
2013-03-03 10:30:49 PM  
While I have no qualms about them blocking specific terms or phrases, I do have a problem with them silently blocking it. From the way it's described, it just doesn't send the message; there's no notification at all, so the sender doesn't realize the message never went anywhere. That is really bad design.
 
2013-03-03 11:01:01 PM  
(Internet porn) barely legal teens
(Internet porn) naughty figurines
(Internet porn) geriatric German grandmas spanking Spanish men
(Internet porn) erotic Asian art
(Internet porn) guys with extra parts
(Internet porn) I don't think I'm ever going to see the sun again

/somebody had to
 
2013-03-03 11:01:54 PM  
MayContainHorseGluten: Not sure what the big deal is here. Google, Hotmail, etc all likely do the exact same thing. 99.9999% of all emails with that subject line are likely spam or malware anyways. Next thing you'll be telling me emails about cheap Viagra are deleted from iCloud too!

Gmail sticks them into a spam folder.

Here it sounds like they're not getting delivered at all.

// have had legit e-mail go to my gmail spam folder before. Would not have been happy to have them deleted outright.
 
2013-03-03 11:55:42 PM  

PsyLord: [www.luerzersarchive.com image 400x295]
/ironic


Not if you read the comment section.
Remember, it's Gawker and if I'm not mistaken they pay by the word or so.
 
2013-03-03 11:57:35 PM  

lordargent: // have had legit e-mail go to my gmail spam folder before. Would not have been happy to have them deleted outright.


And that's the crux of the issue.

What else are they deleting? What else isn't getting through?
 
2013-03-03 11:59:11 PM  

Marcintosh: Not if you read the comment section.


Meh, so they turned it off when people freaked out. Still doesn't tell us what else is/has been filtering.
 
2013-03-04 12:06:47 AM  

Blink: Being a nerd, I often see things and attribute an alignment to them.  Whenever I experience any of Apple's products or read about them in the media (or witness their followers) -- I immediately think: Lawful Evil.

At this point, I'm completely convinced they're textbook examples of LE.  Control people with lies and deceit, yet do it with intelligence and competence.  Now, I mostly wonder which layer of Hell their front office is based out of.


Didn't they just buy Hell? Oh, wait, that was Google.

Satan is now a Regional VP.
 
2013-03-04 12:10:09 AM  

ZAZ: I don't care. Will my email about guaranteed 14 year old first time amateur virgin whores get through?


Is there such a thing as an amateur whore?  It seems to me that as soon as you accept payment you give up your amateur status (and olympic hopes) but if you just give it away you're by definition not a whore.
 
2013-03-04 12:12:43 AM  

theflatline: Speaker2Animals: Rik01: Didn't Apple, with the iPod, develop a way for you to buy and download music -- which then expired after a period of time and could not be downloaded or copied to any other media? (I could be wrong here, but I dimly recall something about that. I don't own or use iPods.)

No. ITMS has always been, you buy it and its yours and stays on your computer/iPod whatever forever. No expiration date was ever part of the deal.

Tell that to the people that bought Siri before Apple decided to integrate it.


What does that have to do with what I said?
 
2013-03-04 12:18:07 AM  
Why is this an issue?  Seriously who doesn't run their own mail server, PBX, and voicemail service on servers in their basement?

/oh and have redundant ISPs in case one goes down for maintenance or a cable cut
 
2013-03-04 12:29:24 AM  

MayContainHorseGluten: Not sure what the big deal is here. Google, Hotmail, etc all likely do the exact same thing. 99.9999% of all emails with that subject line are likely spam or malware anyways. Next thing you'll be telling me emails about cheap Viagra are deleted from iCloud too!


Other than the fact that all the others send them to a spam folder instead of deleting them outright, they aren't just deleting e-mails with that phrase in the subject line.  They are deleting e-mails that contain that phrase anywhere in the body, and even e-mails with attached pdfs that contain the phrase.
 
2013-03-04 12:57:36 AM  

hackhix: NOM

[farm4.staticflickr.com image 850x566]


Way too much lettuce, not nearly enough bacon.
 
2013-03-04 01:08:35 AM  
I found out my employer is (or at least was) running an email monitoring program quite by accident when I sent an email that contained the word "nipple", as in "chase nipple", a standard electrical conduit fitting.  I got a message that my email contained potentially offensive or inappropriate content. I found out later it doesn't like the term "bastard" as in "bastard file". And for some odd reason, it really didn't like the word nybble. I have also managed to piss IT off by sending the words tits and boobies even though they were used in a proper ornithological context. They have gone so far as to accuse me of doing this on purpose.

And they are right. ;-)
 
2013-03-04 01:17:54 AM  

wrs1864: outbound spam filtering has been around for years. Any machine (or set of machines) that allows too much spam to be sent from them is at risk of being blocked by machines that receiving email, either on a local basis or via a DNSBL. It sounds like Apple is just doing a bad job of detecting what is spam and what isn't.


Yes, this is another example of bad guys making life hard for the rest of us. :-<


I work for an ISP and we maintain 5 different email domains. I had to explain to a little only lady once why she got so much spam. Her email was 'Fur Fetish Farms' @ her ISP.com.
"How do I get rid of it?"
"You prevent it."
"How do I prevent it?"
"Use a different username than that one."
"What's wrong with my current username?"


She ran a boarding house for dogs. She had no idea what her email inferred.
 
2013-03-04 02:47:16 AM  
This was tested really well.

/tried it myself, email wasn't blocked.
//haters goin' a hate.
 
2013-03-04 03:07:04 AM  

St_Francis_P: And like Fark comment threads, several people disprove the premise of the article, while the rest ignore their posts and gripe about the headline subject.


Well, like a good journalist the author did take the time to contact Apple to ask about their policy before publishing, right?

Oh.

Krieghund: lordargent: Doesn't "barely legal teens" mean 18 year-olds?
If they were 13-17, they wouldn't be legal (in most states).
If they were 19, then they're not "barely" legal as they've been legal for over a year.
18 is the only teen year that fits all of the criteria.

I always figured "bare-ly" was mostly a pun.

[a248.e.akamai.net image 300x396]


Super Duper Pooper?
Does their "furriest girl ever" yiff?

I'm definitely either missing something or quite badly outside of "Barely Legal Teens"' target demographic.
 
2013-03-04 03:59:16 AM  

GoldenEggs: YES, it IS true[i155.photobucket.com image 800x800]


I thought you had to be 18 to post on Fark.
 
2013-03-04 04:12:16 AM  
so they consider ALL teens legal now??
 
2013-03-04 04:36:37 AM  

St_Francis_P: And like Fark comment threads, several people disprove the premise of the article, while the rest ignore their posts and gripe about the headline subject.


For Christ's farking sake, it didn't even take 10 comments for you to be proven correct. The thread just fell into a derpy abyss.
 
2013-03-04 04:39:36 AM  

theflatline: Speaker2Animals: Rik01: Didn't Apple, with the iPod, develop a way for you to buy and download music -- which then expired after a period of time and could not be downloaded or copied to any other media? (I could be wrong here, but I dimly recall something about that. I don't own or use iPods.)

No. ITMS has always been, you buy it and its yours and stays on your computer/iPod whatever forever. No expiration date was ever part of the deal.

Tell that to the people that bought Siri before Apple decided to integrate it.


You forgot to mention that Obama was designed by Apple and manufactured at FoxConn, to push teh ghey liebrul agenda. Oh, and they own a patent for the rectangle and the wheel.
 
2013-03-04 04:41:36 AM  

digistil: St_Francis_P: And like Fark comment threads, several people disprove the premise of the article, while the rest ignore their posts and gripe about the headline subject.

For Christ's farking sake, it didn't even take 10 comments for you to be proven correct. The thread just fell into a derpy abyss.

 
2013-03-04 04:48:52 AM  
Apple sent everyone an email about this policy and has no idea why none of you got it.
 
2013-03-04 06:03:26 AM  

PsyLord: [www.luerzersarchive.com image 400x295]
/ironic


I see your ironic and raise you predictable.

I also note that "barely legal teens" in any written or pictorial form are, by definition, legal. It might be creepy (unlees you are in fact a barely legal teen yourself), but it's no more a crime than any other product description.

Just as in some places, you could dig up Jobs's corpse and apply a vigorous skull farking. The concept of "indignity to a corpse" isn't universal, nor is it consistent. Apple's actions seem to make several assumptions. They almost certainly block other things. Welcome to Best Korea.

Still waiting for the ban on "horny grandmas" and "Guess what it takes to break a Sybian?" subject lines.
 
2013-03-04 06:38:27 AM  

Yankees Team Gynecologist: rebelyell2006: writing a thesis about the phenomenon of the "barely legal teens"

It's not that complicated:

[i.imgur.com image 300x1500]


I had the exact opposite experience... TEEN!  TEEN!  *crazy biatches, both*

... MILF!
 
2013-03-04 07:10:33 AM  
But "Poppin' Mamas" is still OK, right?
 
2013-03-04 08:50:33 AM  
What?
Working on a Monday?
 
2013-03-04 10:54:33 AM  
But "barely illegal teens" is fine?
 
2013-03-04 12:24:33 PM  
No Ivatican for you.
 
2013-03-04 12:35:50 PM  
First I gotta wonder how they discovered this issue in the first place.  Who was emailing about "barely legal teens" and found out that the emails were not going through.

Then I have to wonder about the balls on the guy who would complain about the emails not going through.  You have to have some stones if you are going to spam porn links then complain when someone does not get them

Finally, I have to laugh at the fact that it sounds like they are trying to start a revolution over the fact that they can't send out emails about "barely legal teens".  They have not identified any other phrases that are filtered so they are going to settle for fighting to send their "barely legal teens".
 
2013-03-04 03:46:36 PM  
How about 'Bare Naked Ladies'?
 
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