Suyts Introduces Shocking New Concept!!!! With Freedom Comes Responsibility!!!!

STUDY: Thousands of children accessing porn websites each month

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Ya Think!!!!!!?????

It was a Brit study, but, I’m certain the results would be about the same anywhere they allowed access. 

Hey, turns out, the internets are a worse baby sitter than the TV was!!!  Weird, right?

Presently, the internet is an expression of freedom.  Near literally, you can get anything you want on the internet.  It’s like the real world, only quicker.  In the real world, we wouldn’t dream of giving children total freedom.  That’s why we don’t issue them driver licenses and the like.  That’s why we only allow the older children to vote.  So, why in the world would you turn your children loose on the internet?  And, no, parental controls are only a tool.  They don’t supplant real-world parental supervision.  But, most importantly, what you need to take the most care in, is that the internet doesn’t supplant child rearing. 

Raise your child properly.  Actually be engaged with what your child is doing, seeing, and interacting with.  If you do this, and instill in your children the proper mores and morals, then, they’ll make more proper decisions than improper ones. 

Look like the drug dealer on the corner of the nearest city, like the predatory pimp at the bus station, porn on the internet is out there.  It will remain out there.  With freedom and liberty comes responsibility.  Freedom is a positive thing, but, it doesn’t instill virtue.  Freedom simple allows for success, or failure.  One must also possess virtue and a modicum of intelligence/knowledge to properly use freedom.  Virtue and knowledge must come first. 

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73 Responses to Suyts Introduces Shocking New Concept!!!! With Freedom Comes Responsibility!!!!

  1. leftinflagstaff says:

    The root of the problem in too many areas to list.

  2. Latitude says:

    So…let’s turn it over to that pillar of morality

    The UN

    • Me says:

      Exactly, they know what’s bestesses for everyone and need to be in charge of everything. It is only being taken over by every dictatorship and communist government out there, what could go wrong with that?

  3. HankH says:

    Freedom is a positive thing, but, it doesn’t instill virtue. Freedom simple allows for success, or failure. One must also possess virtue and a modicum of intelligence/knowledge to properly use freedom. Virtue and knowledge must come first.

    I’ve never heard it said better!

  4. DirkH says:

    Renminbi – Euro direct dealings in Frankfurt.
    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-03-28/china-germany-sign-yuan-settlement-pact-and-obama-heads-saudi-arabia

    What’s up with the guys in Rammstein? You can’t have the colony get away with that.

  5. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Humans need a heart transplant. Original sin is not a theoretical concept.

    The temptation will always be there. Unless God equips you to stand up to it you fall. If not sex then drugs. The picture series in the UK Telegraph this week was pretty clear what the wages are.

    • DirkH says:

      The good old Faces Of Meth galery. How does the Telegraph get its news from America? Via message in a bottle?

  6. miked1947 says:

    Here is a movie to put on your list of Do not Watch:
    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Hollywood/2014/03/28/Noah-review-brilliantly-sinister-anti-christian-filmmaking
    No wonder Crowe wanted the Pope’s blessing! 😦

    • DirkH says:

      Looks like Gowdy should avoid coming close to a nailgun, roofs of highrises, and Mercedeses in the coming months.

  7. kim2ooo says:

    At the 2:49 mark a 12 year old talks about responsibility.

  8. Me says:

    Off topic but I hear from this peice that today is the Environ Mentals “earth day!” It’s too bad I can’t have the bonfire I’d like because of all the snow, but I’d be keeping me lights on as per normal for this ocassion only. Cheers to Human Acheivement Day!

    http://www.ezralevant.com/celebrating-human-achievement/

    • DirkH says:

      Well, at least most of the gawker commenters are as totalitarian as the writer. Looks like an asylum over there. They want to arrest about everybody who disagrees with them.

      • Me says:

        Petty much!

      • Jim Masterson says:

        >>
        They want to arrest about everybody who disagrees with them.
        <<

        For the evil crime of denying climate change. There are no lower forms of life on the planet. /sarcasm

        Jim

        • DirkH says:

          No, they also want to arrest anti vaxxers, republicans, meat eaters, bankers, you name it. It’s an arrest-fest. Quite arresting.

  9. Me says:

    Another OT thinggy, is it for real? Pires Douche Brit is done and gone????? Really really really???

  10. philjourdan says:

    Freedom means you can be good or evil. You can be competent or incompetent. No one is going to dictate how you live.

    So yea, freedom necessitates responsibility.

  11. DirkH says:

    RT (Russia Today, Putin channel) analyses a blatant piece of BBC’s Syria fakery and compares it to current Ukraine NATO propaganda.

    More context can be found here
    http://21stcenturywire.com/2014/03/24/from-savile-to-syria-bbc-in-breach-of-charter-again-with-staged-panorama-chemical-doc/

    • kim2ooo says:

      Any physic or engineering people here?

      What’s going on with this at 1:04 …. ??

      Leaves from trees are blowing around…. but object seems suspended in time?

      • DirkH says:

        I see I’ve opened the 13 years old Pandora’s box of trauma conditioning… Heh.

      • Me says:

        My guess is CGI

        • DirkH says:

          There was a lot of CGI that day.

        • kim2ooo says:

          Comments on these two UTUBES?

        • DirkH says:

          kim2ooo says:
          March 30, 2014 at 2:31 pm
          “Comments on these two UTUBES?”

          There is this idea that a lot of the TV pics were preproduced. Which of course would imply that 9/11 was one of the false flags the US produces every time it wants to enter a war, since 1898. The US needs false flags due to its constitution; the congress would otherwise not agree with entering into a war. The constitution tends to prevent the imperial project; so congress has to be swayed with false flags all the time.

          I find that much more logical than assuming that Arabs have found a way to melt steel with Kerosene.

      • Jim Masterson says:

        It looks like a doctored video to me.

        Jim

  12. DirkH says:

    Ah, German state now moves their paid thugs from the AntiFa against parents.
    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2014/03/29/Homosexual-Activists-Attack-Parents-Protesting-German-Curriculum
    (AntiFa thugs (Black Bloc) live in “culture centres” in German inner cities where they pay no rent and celebrate regular punk concerts, in decrepit city-owned old factory buildings usually, if the state hasn’t already moved them to even better accomodation; this is paid for under the moniker “Kampf Gegen Rechts”)

      • DirkH says:

        The raison d´être for the current German state is to be against fascism; so the state pays the “Antifascists”; which are basically ordinary street thugs, though not as dangerous as Ukrainian Nazis. They mostly throw color bombs at houses of people they define as enemies, like at the house of the SPD member Sarrazin who wrote books criticizing current policies; or burn down their cars in the middle of the night, like they just did with a journalist in Berlin they don’t like. They photograph visitors of right wing demos, put the photos up on their indymedia website, try to identify them, find out their address, and burn down their cars. The state doesn’t do anything about it. The media don’t report much about it.

        Ordinary state-controlled thuggery.

  13. phodges says:

    Must read for “conservatives”, Republicans, and Trotskyist neocons….

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-03-30/debunking-gutting-military-storyline

    Todays Leftists are hopeless so there is no point in recommending it to them 😉

  14. Jim Masterson says:

    >>
    DirkH says:
    March 30, 2014 at 3:40 pm

    I find that much more logical than assuming that Arabs have found a way to melt steel with Kerosene.
    <<

    Here’s a transcript of Nova’s “Why The Towers Fell” (http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/transcripts/2907_wtc.html).
    –some notes from the show:
    W. Gene Corley led the investigation team.
    Leslie Robertson was the lead design engineer on the towers.
    The exterior structure carried one-half the load and resisted wind loading.
    The rest of the weight was carried by the core.
    The core was protected with layers of drywall.
    The outer wall and core where held together with trusses.
    The north tower was hit first from the 93rd to 98th floors.
    Two-thirds of the supporting columns at the impact site were gone (north tower).
    The towers were designed to take an impact of a 707, but the fuel load was not considered.
    The north tower impact severed the sprinkler piping, destroyed the drywall protection, and destroyed the escape routes.
    The south tower was hit from the 78th to 84th floors; the core was not hit directly.
    One-third of the building lay above the impact site.
    The fire reached 2000 degrees Fahrenheit
    After about an hour, the south tower collapsed. The north tower collapsed after more than an hour. Both towers fell due to a progressive collapse–floors pancaked onto each lower floor.

    The south tower fell due to the failure of the floor trusses. The north tower fell because the core failed (you can see the communication tower on the north building falling first–before the building starts a progressive collapse). The jet fuel (kerosene) burned quickly, but started the office furniture and contents burning. The blown-on fire retardant blew off when the planes struck. With no fire-retardant, the steel has no fire rating. At 2000 deg. F, steel softens. The trusses drooped and broke from their connections. The drywall-covered core provided no protection from the impacting planes. The pictures show the outer wall members buckling and failing at the moment of collapse.

    If you want to believe an inside job, then I see no support for it.

    Jim

    • DirkH says:

      Jim. A commercial airliner smashes through “The exterior structure that carries one-half the load and resisted wind loading.”

      Now. Think about this for a moment. This “exterior structure” must have been pretty solid. Now, two objects collide. A commercial airliner, made of aluminum, a structure about as solid as a tin can. The other object is an “exterior structure” of one of the highest and heaviest buildings on Earth, made of steel.

      The two objects collide with a speed of say, 600 km/h (just guessing).

      What happens to which of the structures.

      BTW. Heat up part of steel structure with a fire. Steel carries away the heat immediately. That’s why you can only cut such a beam with very high temperature concentrated heat. You can have all the office desks burn for hours and absolutely nothing happens. Other skyscrapers have burned like torches. Nothing softened.

      “Nova’s “Why The Towers Fell”” is a cheap heap of lies. Heck it’s from PBS.

      • Jim Masterson says:

        >>
        “Nova’s “Why The Towers Fell”” is a cheap heap of lies. Heck it’s from PBS.
        <<

        I believe this story. The story above is silly. I see an airplane hitting the building–not a flying saucer.

        >>
        What happens to which of the structures.
        <<

        The airplane crumples at the building outer structure–the engines and fuel don’t. Still, momentum is mass times velocity. There’s enough structure in the wings and fuselage to cause damage.

        >>
        Other skyscrapers have burned like torches. Nothing softened.
        <<

        Try it with the fire retardant missing. Indeed, why do they put fire retardant on steel?

        Jim

        • DirkH says:

          Jim Masterson says:
          March 31, 2014 at 2:57 am
          “I believe this story. The story above is silly. I see an airplane hitting the building–not a flying saucer.”

          Yes, but you might have heard of this thing called CGI.

          “Try it with the fire retardant missing. Indeed, why do they put fire retardant on steel?”

          Tell that to steel makers. They’ll be pleased to hear that they can make steel by burning a bit of old furniture.

        • philjourdan says:

          Dirk, they created no steel. Jim clearly stated “softened” and that is easily done. Does that make it malleable? With a VERY BIG hammer, sure. Or a few dozen floors of weight sitting on top of it.

        • Jim Masterson says:

          >>
          Tell that to steel makers. They’ll be pleased to hear that they can make steel by burning a bit of old furniture.
          <<

          Make steel? One wonders why they require fire retardant on steel beams if you’re correct. There’s a big difference between softening a metal that’s under load and melting a metal.

          Jim

        • Jim Masterson says:

          If you look at a carbon-iron phase diagram, the first phase change takes place at 723 deg. C (1333 deg F). The next phase change occurs at about 1147 deg C (2097 deg F). The exact shape/temperature depends on how much carbon is present. At 4.3% carbon, there’s a phase change directly to liquid at 1147 deg C. Gamma iron is soft and ductile. The phase change at 723 deg C is to a solution of gamma iron.

          Jim

        • cdquarles says:

          Following up on this conversation. My home’s fireplace has a metal firebox/grate. Wood fires softened the steel enough that the metal bent under the weight of the logs.

        • cdquarles says:

          Dirk, what about those of us who saw a plane hit the building with our own two eyes? Did the TV broadcasters of 2001 have the ability to slipstream in CGI’d objects in real time back then?

    • DirkH says:

      Jim Masterson says:
      March 31, 2014 at 12:05 am
      “The fire reached 2000 degrees Fahrenheit”
      We know this because the steel softened.

      “At 2000 deg. F, steel softens. ”
      We know it softened because the fire reached 2000 F.

      Building 7 on the other hand collapsed exactly the same way even though the convoluted explanation for 1 and 2 doesn’t apply; that’s why we make up a different convoluted explanation for that one.

  15. DirkH says:

    Chicago man gets attacked with Machete; while being filmed. Seems to be an evolution of the knockout game.
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/03/27/humboldt-park-machete-att_n_5044823.html?utm_hp_ref=chicago&ir=Chicago
    But don’t worry, this happens all the time, says HuffPo.
    “(Law enforcement remains skeptical the game represents anything more than an eye-catching name given to a type of random assault that has always occurred.)”

  16. kim2ooo says:

    I do appreciate this conversation between you both.

    I’ll ask that you view this and see if it satisfies both of you, please?

    http://drjudywood.com/

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