Re: Pornography Causes Reflector Shutdown

Jeffrey J Barbose (
Mon, 8 Jan 1996 01:14:36 -0800

At 11:27 AM 1/7/96, Richard wrote:

>...entirely so....
> David suggesting that my 3 (coming on 4) year old should be exposed
>to this stuff...waving yr dick in front of a video camera should IMHO not
>be sprung upon people by suprise..(lest anyone thinks the
>3 yr old cannot log on to the net and CuSeeme and get on the reflector
>they've not met him ..he opened KPT Bryce combined a scene and then found
>the render command and rendered it.. to the exclamation of wow..) and
>several hours a day works away on a 7500 opening everything he can
>find..and his own programmes as well..
>....and then there is my neighbour whom I invited home to look at the net..
>..we logged on to the Ulster reflector and guess wot....
>... the first image up was a guy hanging his dick out....
>well in the end she laughed (later) and said she'd seen a penis or two
>before is hardly the best advert for the
>internet....her first time of logging on...what has she now told her
>family... her colleagues at the government office where she works etc..
>..the dick swingers should set up their own reflector where they can do
>their thing to their hearts content and where people know what to expect
>when they log on...
>and they should respect the requests of Reflector sites who prohibit this
>... to flout such requests (as the one posted on the Ulster Reflector) will
>lead to the loss of the (another) facility...
>...deliberately ignoring such requests is *extremely selfish* action by a
>minority....and whilst obsession with self may underly this behaviour......
>...I'd like to see them move (or be moved) elsewhere in the interests of
>the majority....
>In communication


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