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On 16/02/2020 at 14:15, ckn said:

Do they have to make them look like 12 year old girls though. F***ing creepy. I suppose it's bait for the police to find out who the creepy f***ers are that they need to keep an eye on.

Good point.  The police can keep an eye visitors to that site, and also on people who start forum threads about 'her' on other sites........


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4 hours ago, Maximus Decimus said:

I stopped thinking anything was weird after I found out about clopping. Everything is just mildly weird after that. 

I have no idea and I daren’t google.  
 

(I think I’m happier in this instance to never know)


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4 hours ago, Maximus Decimus said:

I've heard it mentioned it was harmless but I'm pretty sure Japanese culture does have a problem with young girls. They have coffee shops where grown men go and get served tea and chat with school aged girls. There's no way there isn't a sexual element to that. 

I stopped thinking anything was weird after I found out about clopping. Everything is just mildly weird after that. 

 

In Japan the Age of Consent is 13. In Austria, Germany, Hungary, Italy and Portugal the age of consent is 14.

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6 hours ago, Farmduck said:

In Japan the Age of Consent is 13. In Austria, Germany, Hungary, Italy and Portugal the age of consent is 14.

Age of consent is a legal issue more than a moral one. 

I'm in my mid 30s and if one of my mates went out looking for 16 year olds then I'd be well and truly distancing myself. 

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10 minutes ago, Maximus Decimus said:

Age of consent is a legal issue more than a moral one. 

I'm in my mid 30s and if one of my mates went out looking for 16 year olds then I'd be well and truly distancing myself. 

Spot on.

And you’re also right about some of the Japanese societal issues.


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Despite what I said I still read this. 😬

Anyway, just to add about Japan. A good mate of mine is married to a Japanese lady and their (grown up) son lives in Japan quite a bit. He told me a while back that it’s illegal for phone companies to manufacture a phone that has a camera with a silent click - it has to make a noise. This is due to the problem with pervs taking pics of women on trains etc. 

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58 minutes ago, Maximus Decimus said:

Age of consent is a legal issue more than a moral one. 

I'm in my mid 30s and if one of my mates went out looking for 16 year olds then I'd be well and truly distancing myself. 

The old rule I once heard was the minimum non creepy limit is half your age plus 7. So, let’s say you’re 36, that’s 25, anything below that is creepy. 


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9 hours ago, Celt said:

Good point.  The police can keep an eye visitors to that site, and also on people who start forum threads about 'her' on other sites........

I work on the assumption that everything I do online goes through GCHQ and NSA computers. It’s a good job we’re not talking about Trump hating paedophile terrorists born on 9/11 who love flying lessons. 

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13 minutes ago, ckn said:

I work on the assumption that everything I do online goes through GCHQ and NSA computers. It’s a good job we’re not talking about Trump hating paedophile terrorists born on 9/11 who love flying lessons. 

salaam my brother, where can I buy a pressure cooker and an alarm clock?

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6 minutes ago, ckn said:

I work on the assumption that everything I do online goes through GCHQ and NSA computers. It’s a good job we’re not talking about Trump hating paedophile terrorists born on 9/11 who love flying lessons. 

I literally don’t pay any attention to who or what might be checking out what I do online, mainly cos I work on the ‘nothing to hide’ theory. But I do get sent a few dodgy comedy porn clips on messengers from mates, does anyone monitor those? Not bothered like, just wondering. 

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1 minute ago, Shadow said:

salaam my brother, where can I buy a pressure cooker and an alarm clock?

Have you tried the local pound shop? 

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19 minutes ago, Johnoco said:

I literally don’t pay any attention to who or what might be checking out what I do online, mainly cos I work on the ‘nothing to hide’ theory. But I do get sent a few dodgy comedy porn clips on messengers from mates, does anyone monitor those? Not bothered like, just wondering. 

A few years ago the FBI (I think, it was one of the US agencies anyway) made a big job of “oh please don’t use encrypted messenger apps like WhatsApp because we can’t spy on you then” messages. My view at the time, and still is, is that they have backdoors or hacks in and they simply wanted to instil a sense of security among the bad guys that they could share away with impunity. 

I work on the assumption that everything is tracked therefore I’m very careful never to stretch over that legal edge, even if in parody. I get that they’re never going to come hunting for an evaded parking picket but I’m boring in that I do nothing illegal or seriously immoral online anyway. 


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21 minutes ago, ckn said:

I work on the assumption that everything is tracked therefore I’m very careful never to stretch over that legal edge, even if in parody.

I was about to hit Submit Reply on a follow up post to the one about kitchen utensils and morning alarms involving a popular hair colouring treatment but thought better of it, too many hits in echelon* can't be a good thing.

 

*Which is of course an entirely fictional and non existant surveillance program. I know because a man from Cheltenham once told me that.

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6 minutes ago, Shadow said:

I was about to hit Submit Reply on a follow up post to the one about kitchen utensils and morning alarms involving a popular hair colouring treatment but thought better of it, too many hits in echelon* can't be a good thing.

 

*Which is of course an entirely fictional and non existant surveillance program. I know because a man from Cheltenham once told me that.

Well, we all know about those rear echelon types... squaddies gripe about them all the time.


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2 hours ago, Johnoco said:

Despite what I said I still read this. 😬

Anyway, just to add about Japan. A good mate of mine is married to a Japanese lady and their (grown up) son lives in Japan quite a bit. He told me a while back that it’s illegal for phone companies to manufacture a phone that has a camera with a silent click - it has to make a noise. This is due to the problem with pervs taking pics of women on trains etc. 

Yup - I had a Sony phone and the shutter noise 'clicked' even in silent mode. Completely killed my nascent upskirting career.

Similarly, I had a friend who married a Japanese woman. She was divorced from an absolutely hideous bloke. A key reason she was in England was because even with the context that her husband was abusive, a waste of space etc, 'society' put the blame entirely on her and she was unable to work. (I'm sure that's not universal but it was notable that none of their Japanese circle of friends found her situation surprising in any way.)


Build a man a fire, and he'll be warm for a day. Set a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life. (Terry Pratchett)

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