Discussion in 'Politics and Religion' started by Brian in Mesa, Apr 22, 2016.
Yeah, or pretty much anytime they can't be accountable for their own faults and desires
Personally, I think marrying multiple teenage girls is a more damaging crisis in Utah than porn. But, that's none of my business.
I didn't get a chance to read this thread. I was a little busy
So is there a site where I can sign up? Strictly for scientific purposes of investigating this huge health crisis.
More red state madness.
Don't you remember the great porn massacre of 2017, where 24 students died when a risque sex ed video was accidentally shown?
Yeah, me neither.
This is pretty much it. People want to be saved from themselves. It will only rear it's head somewhere else if not pornography.
That reminds me of my ninth grade English teacher who timed it so that the bell would ring seconds before we got to the good part in the Romeo and Juliet movie.
Lol. Effing Mr Kemmer.
To ensure that all of these laws are effective I am sure mass studies in these RED states will have to take place. Someone will have to watch a ton of porn to be the litmus test on if these laws are effective. I mean someone has to do it. I am willing to make that sacrifice.
No need. Science and testing is for cucks don't ya know!
I am willing to testify in front of State legislatures on the science or my feelings about it. It's the least I can do for free porn.
When I first started this job, I hosted a party for my students, and they wanted to watch a movie. I thought that The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, which I had seen before, would be a good fit for them as artsy types, and maybe also open their eyes to a couple of things. But I forgot about the ping-pong ball scene, oops! That was embarrassing, but fortunately I wasn't fired over it.
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