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SimonMac
12th January 2012, 10:31
We don't let people drive without proving they know what they are doing, so why do we just let people blindly use the internet without making sure they are complete muppets!

:tantrum:

Notascooby
12th January 2012, 10:34
Every man (and woman is she so desires) should have the right to unlimited free porn.

Halo Jones
12th January 2012, 10:36
So true.. it's the same with reproduction: they should test potential parents to check that they are financially & mentally capable of raising kiddies that will add to society in a beneficial manner

SimonMac
12th January 2012, 10:38
So true.. it's the same with reproduction: they should test potential parents to check that they are financially & mentally capable of raising kiddies that will add to society in a beneficial manner

If thats the case all the pregnant teenagers would be screwed ;)

Halo Jones
12th January 2012, 10:41
If thats the case all the pregnant teenagers would be screwed ;)

The problem is they have been screwed :ohwell

Paddy
12th January 2012, 11:32
We don't let people drive without proving they know what they are doing, so why do we just let people blindly use the internet without making sure they are complete muppets!

:tantrum:

At least they should know the differance between "Inernet" and "internet" :tantrum:
Internet capitalization conventions - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_capitalization_conventions)

doodab
12th January 2012, 11:39
why do we just let people blindly use the internet without making sure they are complete muppets!

There is little point introducing a test as those who aren't actually complete muppets would be smart enough to fake it in order to pass.

d000hg
12th January 2012, 12:09
We don't let people drive without proving they know what they are doing, so why do we just let people blindly use the internet without making sure they are complete muppets!

:tantrum:Because unlike how crappy sci-fi would have us believe, using the internet wrong won't lead to a high chance of innocent fatalities.

Ugh, what a beast of a sentence.