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  • #31
    <font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Wayne02:
    I've found the most successful strategy with my 16 year old is to have the computer in the living area</font>
    That's kind of funny because 20 years ago it was the 16 year old hacker/phreaker/cracker that you had to watch out for

    -Adrian

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    • #32
      searching for "machine motors and parts" only brings up interesting hits in the first two places if you go to google.ca
      Google.com seems to skip the first two entrys Hmmmmmmmmmmm
      Dave

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      • #33
        check the history every night. and ask questions. also get an anti virus and adware to clean out the garbage

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        • #34
          The taser quickly instills discipline.
          Non, je ne regrette rien.

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          • #35
            I did the google "machine motor and parts" on google.com and google.ca and got no porn what so ever.


            Hmm

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            • #36
              same here until I put on "s" on the end of motor!

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              • #37
                BillH

                I like the picture it’s great. Looks just like I imagined you.

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                • #38
                  Seams I need to pick my pictures more wisely.

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                  • #39
                    Hmm When I first had a computer, I didnt have the internet, had 486-33 and prodigy. Basically a dialup service with bulletin boards on it. I didnt get my first real ISP until a freshmen in Highschool, porn was not rampant on the internet.
                    No you see, in middle school, we were all trading plans for things that go bang and passing around copies of the anarchist cookbook on AOL. Back when AOL was just a content provider and not a horrible ISP. Yeh I guess parents have much more to worry about these days.

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                    • #40
                      Net Nanny arrived in mail today. With the horrible day I have had already I am waiting on the moon to change before I load any windows problems.

                      David

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                      • #41
                        Nothing blew up right? Your pup didn't walk into the shop with some ones severed leg?

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                        • #42
                          Hey they werent kidding when they invented condoms. Or just DONT HAVE KIDS. SIMPLE THEY ARE A EVIL WACKY BUNCH. I have some and they are bizarre. I am glad they dont live with me any more. I cant wait to get moose trained to bite them on command so they will leave me alone. Dad can i have some money that you know i will never ever pay you back. Sure you lazy **** heres a nickel go mow my lawn you lazy dumb ass. Thats how it goes. They are nearly useless but what can you do theyre kids theyre SUPPOSED TO BE DUMBASSES AND USELESS.

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                          • #43
                            Even with net nanny, it's not a bad idea to put the kids facing the wall so they don't know if you're standing behind them or not! I suggested it to management at work and it's done wonders for our copy machine. It's at the end of the hall and you don'e know if anyone is watching as you pound on the machine.
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