Re: Bug#283578: ITP: hot-babe -- erotic graphical system activitymonitor
On Wednesday 08 December 2004 01:09, Frank Küster <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> Fortunately, though, pictures of naked dogs are *not* considered
> >> to be appealing to prurient interests. Unless, *maybe*, a hyper-
> >> horny 13 year old boy is seeing a picture of dogs copulating, and
> >> not in the context of some "scientific value", i.e., a text book.
> >> Even in that case, though, the boy would probably be told to wash
> >> his hand and stop being a pervert.
> > So you have no objections to bestiality web sites then?
> > Some years ago a server in Amsterdam that I was running was overloaded
> > due to thousands of downloads per hour of a bestiality AVI. I removed
> > the site due to technical reasons (the entire ISP ran slow because of all
> > the bestiality downloads).
> Did this AVI really show dogs copulating with each other (not pervert
> humans with a dog)? And people downloaded this in masses? The world is
It involved a donkey. As far as I recall not enough of the woman was visible
to be regarded as porn if it wasn't for what she was doing with the donkey.
But my recollection isn't particularly clear and I never looked at it too
The only reason I watched it is that I forced every manager in the area to
watch it in it's entirity to try and force them to give me permission to
delete it (I am still surprised that so many managers were prepared to watch
that AVI right through instead of granting me permission to delete it).
Bestiality is legal in the Netherlands so I had to establish a new company
policy on deleting commercial web sites that caused too much traffic and cost
too much. It was a free web server - people who want to run commercial porn
sites are supposed to pay for their bandwidth.
Americans want to be moral so they ban hard-core porn. So the hard-core porn
sites get run in places like the Netherlands and cater to an American
audience. Americans then say that people who live in the Netherlands are
perverted because they allow Americans to do what they want and make money
from it. The world is indeed strange.
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