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Religious Nutcases Lobby Rule 34 Ban

Fucking hell, it just doesn't stop today. Religious fruitcakes are trying to block everyone's fundamental right to Rule 34.

Utah is 58 per cent Mormon, and according to a recent study has the highest consumption of internet pornography of any US state, boasting an average of 5.47 porn subscriptions per 1,000 broadband users.


Which makes Utah the perfect place to lobby for changing ICANN's fundamental role. Or being nuked until the entire fucking state is nothing but glass.

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machineiv
Mar. 18th, 2009 11:35 pm (UTC)
Utah frightens me. It also has the highest number of guns per capita.
mythdude
Mar. 19th, 2009 03:47 am (UTC)
Freaking Church of Mormon! So it's bad enough I can't marry a guy, now I can't wank to porn too? I'm single, Utah! Either set me up with a hot guy/girl into the same stuff I am, or let me have my internet in peace!

...even then, no promises!
spacelem
Mar. 19th, 2009 01:53 pm (UTC)
Hmmm, correlation and causation. 58% of the population is Mormon, and they have a really high number of porn subscriptions.

Either a) Mormons really like Internet porn,

or b) Mormons practise polygamy, resulting in more unmarried men than women. The remaining 42% of the population therefore have a higher proportion of men to women. Let us assume that the proportion of gay men and gay women is the same, and the sex ratio is 50:50. Therefore, there are many non-Mormon men who have difficulty finding a woman, and resort to porn instead.

If (b), then the Mormons really are trying to screw around with people, and everything is their fault.

Solution: tell them that Utah will be wiped out by neutron bombs. Any true believers have nothing to fear, as God will protect them. Evacuate everyone else, and then move them in again when all the brain dead organic material has been eradicated.

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