If you aren’t an alarmist FoxNews viewer, you’re probably not familiar with the term “sexting.” Clearly, I am. Sexting is the awful play on words that describes when one individual, by their own choosing, takes a naked picture of themself and sends it to someone else via SMS (Short Message Service). The solution to this scourge? Giving the sweet naked pics to this guy. What kills me about the following quote is the use of the sentence structure to create a scene which resembles that of a real job and attorney should be doing, like reviewing photos of the scene of a murder, rape, minor traffic violation, etc.:
Photos of their semi-nude or scantily clad teenage daughters were stacked before him. Mr. Skumanick said the images had been discovered on cellphones confiscated at the local high school.
I can’t believe this is really an issue parents (or anyone) is shocked by. It’s 2009 – could you dolts really be so naive to think your kids aren’t using every piece of technology almost exclusively for personal sexual gratification?
The first text ever.
The real issue I take with these assholes taking issue (I’ll figure out a better way to word this later. No I won’t.) is the fact that these poor kids will either have to go through some dumb ass course about safety on the Internet and via phones or face felony charges of child pornography. What?! Shouldn’t the overly concerned looking asshat linked above and pictured below who is looking at all these underaged boys and girls (and apparently does all his work in either a modern church or ballroom) have to face child pornography charges?
He has threatened to charge kids who appeared in photos, but who didn’t send them, as well as at least one girl who was photographed wearing a bathing suit. One of the accused is 11 years old.
What is the purpose of having the offspring of Louie Anderson and Sam the Eagle look at pictures of naked high schoolers have to do with anything? He’s going to use what he calls the “totally sweet pics… err i mean… the evidence” to charge 11 year olds of child pornography. Fuck him.
Plus this is all made worse because the pictures we confiscated at school. So some bitch lunch-lady, principal, teacher, whatever has seen what these poor students intended probably only for an audience of one. What gives them the right to be rifling through other people cell phones?
Alright, I’m starting to sound like I’m running for class president in 2010. Obviously, these kids are absolute assholes and complete morons; I think that goes without saying. But, c’mon – it’s their future to fuck up, not anyone else’s. If they can’t see past the immediate not very gratifying act of sending a semi-nude picture to their little douchebag boyfriend, maybe they deserve whatever negative reprocussions it has.
Would it take more than one instance of a girl taking a picture, having said picture spread throughout the school, being called a slut and whore and all that shit ad naseum to have all the other dumb broads stop? I don’t think so, and I’m 100% positive it would do it faster and more effectively than a bunch of worry wort parents parading around like they even know how to use their cellphone/sign in to Facebook/program their GPS/set the time on the microwave.
And to imply guys in high school are confident enough to flaunt their barely developed junk is just insane. If there is some freak of cock out there, let him do it – he’s probably heading for porn anyway, right?
Kids: knock it the fuck off, or at least have the decency to use a bit of discreation.
DA George Skumanick, Jr.: no words can describe what a despicable piece of horse shit you really are. Go do something important with your time like pleading town hall to install that stop sign in front of your house because “those goddamned kids race around like they own the place.” Asshole.