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Join Date: Dec 2011
Sunday, September 22, 2013 at 04:27AM
I still can't get the reasoning behind a song being more dangerous or "social justice" worthy than the ban on sex offenders being lifted on FB & Twitter. Whatthehell?
*Several people still do not seem to get that FB is being prohibited from blocking or monitoring S.O's in the states where the ban is being lifted. It's all an argument of freedom of speech, which I am all for, as a general rule. I will also say that the S.O registry needs to be worked on. There are several people on it for no good reason, but the ACLU is clearly defending convicted child molesters, many who have used the internet as a way to find their prey. F**k them. Those stipulations are there for protection. It's the same premiss as convicted felons not being allowed to have a gun. Do you really want to open that door? The ACLU would defend a murderer rather than a person who committed a non violent act.
Gah I am tired but my head is pounding.
When I hear terms like "
" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??
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