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riceburner

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nice try PPNT
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MK5 Best GTI
^ Censored p33ns?
 

Saabingti

Autocross Champion
Location
CT
Wtf.

These lawmakers want you to just use your imagination or what?

Fucking monsters

"We need to protect our children from vulgarity!" says the politico, meanwhile their 13 year old back home is messing around with their SO.

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Nineeightyone

Autocross Champion
Location
Pennsylvania
Car(s)
20 CX5 19 GTI 10 MZ3
"We need to protect our children from vulgarity!" says the politico, meanwhile their 13 year old back home is messing around with their SO.

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maybe we just need to quit trying to nonstop push the envelope for shock value, and stop treating kids like they're prepared for the real world.

Not a parent, but I think maybe exposing kids to the entirety of the internet isn't a brilliant move. Being an active and involved parent isn't easy, but it's what's necessary.

oh and get familiar with how to use a VPN
 

GTIfan99

Autocross Champion
Location
FL
maybe we just need to quit trying to nonstop push the envelope for shock value, and stop treating kids like they're prepared for the real world.

Not a parent, but I think maybe exposing kids to the entirety of the internet isn't a brilliant move. Being an active and involved parent isn't easy, but it's what's necessary.

oh and get familiar with how to use a VPN
Agreed, but that's your job, not the governments. 🤷‍♂️
 

GTIfan99

Autocross Champion
Location
FL
I bought mine at St. Augustine VW. O'Steen is pretty good for getting work done, but their mk8 prices have been higher than others in the area from what I've seen.
I thought you went O'Steens. My bad.

It's crazy how many VW dealerships we have within an hour. OP, O'Steens, St. Aug, Tom Bush, and what's the one out near Callihan?

Maybe that's why prices are lower?
 

dtfd

Autocross Champion
Location
Massachusetts
Car(s)
MK7.5 GTI
maybe we just need to quit trying to nonstop push the envelope for shock value, and stop treating kids like they're prepared for the real world.

Not a parent, but I think maybe exposing kids to the entirety of the internet isn't a brilliant move. Being an active and involved parent isn't easy, but it's what's necessary.

oh and get familiar with how to use a VPN
Going to try to walk this rule 1 tightrope.....

The issue here are the restrictive laws requiring age verification beyond just the "yes I'm 18" button we all hit when we were 14. Pornhub is saying in order to be compliant with the new laws they would be required to have people enter their drivers license/state ID numbers.

I'm with PH on this one. I don't want my license directly tied to all the animal clown videos I'm watching.

Meanwhile in Europe every other channel has hardcore porn on at night. It's another glimmer of this weird puritanical line that runs through America where how good of a person you are is directly related to how many things you don't do that everyone else does. (Also see: vegans)
 
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Nineeightyone

Autocross Champion
Location
Pennsylvania
Car(s)
20 CX5 19 GTI 10 MZ3
Agreed, but that's your job, not the governments. 🤷‍♂️
Agreed until the end of time. The expectation that schools should teach your kids about taxes, cooking, religion, all that -- why aren't parents teaching their kids stuff like that at home?

I think I failed school. I got decent grades, but I don't think I lived up to what school was giving me exposure to. I had chemistry, biology, physics, advanced maths (algebra 2, specifically matrices, can suck it), all sorts of things that were just a nibble of what could have been actual, real progress of human knowledge. But instead mediocrity is where I landed, I just fix printers and computers and shit. I failed to make real, good use of the springboard of opportunity that I had, getting exposure to stuff like psychology, ancient history, programming, literature, physics etc.

I kinda know how to do my taxes, I can cook a little, and I know a bit about fixing things. Those basic life skills weren't all taught in school, some of them I learned at home, either through family and friends (and friends' family), or on my own (I was a somewhat curious child). Parents that are too consumed with technology and their own interests sabotage their children by not spending time to teach them things and help their kids develop their own hobbies and feed their curiosity to help them grow to be productive adults, and again I'm not a parent and don't claim that I would be perfect as one, but we need to start making large changes to how we raise our future generations with regard to not only life skills but also empathy.
 

mrmatto

Autocross Champion
Location
Jacksonville, FL
Car(s)
2024 GTI DSG
I thought you went O'Steens. My bad.

It's crazy how many VW dealerships we have within an hour. OP, O'Steens, St. Aug, Tom Bush, and what's the one out near Callihan?

Maybe that's why prices are lower?
Totally. A ton of mk8’s for sale here. Moar supply is niiiiice.
 

Nineeightyone

Autocross Champion
Location
Pennsylvania
Car(s)
20 CX5 19 GTI 10 MZ3
Going to try to walk this rule 1 tightrope.....

The issue here are the restrictive laws requiring age verification beyond just the "yes I'm 18" button we all hit when we were 14. Pornhub is saying in order to be compliant with the new laws they would be required to have people enter their drivers license/state ID numbers.

I'm with PH on this one. I don't want my license directly tied to all the animal clown videos I'm watching.

Meanwhile in Europe everything other channel has hardcore porn on at night. It's another glimmer of this weird puritanical line that runs through America where how good of a person you are is directly related to how many things you don't do that everyone else does. (Also see: vegans)
And I 100% agree, no way would I ever want to tie my real world identity to things I do online, regardless of the content in question.

Just remember, it's absolutely fucked that there's an entire industry built on separating you from the fruits of your labor. Be aware of marketing and ads, and the strategies used to try to sway your dollar. Because at the end of the day, it's all about money, power, and control; sometimes not in a way that's immediately obvious. Somewhere out there, somebody's getting their whole livelihood based on influencing your decisionmaking and priorities.

I'm so much happier than I used to be, being off of social media. I'm gonna join you on the tightrope here: I don't know how most anybody on this forum votes. What ideologies they support, what they feel about 2A and women's rights and all that. What I know is that we've got common ground and that we can have a lot of fun together, and making friends with people from all over the place gives me hope that maybe people aren't quite as fucked up as the world would make you believe.
 

dtfd

Autocross Champion
Location
Massachusetts
Car(s)
MK7.5 GTI
And I 100% agree, no way would I ever want to tie my real world identity to things I do online, regardless of the content in question.

Just remember, it's absolutely fucked that there's an entire industry built on separating you from the fruits of your labor. Be aware of marketing and ads, and the strategies used to try to sway your dollar. Because at the end of the day, it's all about money, power, and control; sometimes not in a way that's immediately obvious. Somewhere out there, somebody's getting their whole livelihood based on influencing your decisionmaking and priorities.

I'm so much happier than I used to be, being off of social media. I'm gonna join you on the tightrope here: I don't know how most anybody on this forum votes. What ideologies they support, what they feel about 2A and women's rights and all that. What I know is that we've got common ground and that we can have a lot of fun together, and making friends with people from all over the place gives me hope that maybe people aren't quite as fucked up as the world would make you believe.
You've hit the nail on the head. It's another chip in our privacy where it begins to normalize connecting your real identity with what you do online. The question isn't really about porn, or where I imagine the next law will come from, social media in order to combat "fake profiles". It's about our anonymity and privacy when on the internet.

It's just interesting that the people defending our rights are PornHub, but I guess it's no less weird then when Apple told the FBI to shove it when asked to make a "back door" bypassing all their security features.
 

messrock

Autocross Champion
Location
Boston
Car(s)
18 GTI DSG
maybe we just need to quit trying to nonstop push the envelope for shock value, and stop treating kids like they're prepared for the real world.

Not a parent, but I think maybe exposing kids to the entirety of the internet isn't a brilliant move. Being an active and involved parent isn't easy, but it's what's necessary.

oh and get familiar with how to use a VPN
Found my kid added pornhub and TikTits to his “always allowed” list after he figured out the pin. Had been trying to have “the talk” for a while now…

I filter content at the gateway level for all of the kid devices.
 
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