Citations, sites, quotas and stuff that seem to be non-neglecteble. A more non-conform way to spy on the trends and the world.
Finibus Bonorum et Malorum is a work from Cicero. Chunks of this is a part of the Lorem ipsum - the dummytexts that is used in almost every sketch that creatives in advertising use.


The right way

Sometimes I think it's fun to read the very hard 'right-wingish' news and articles in the USNews. All you even can fantazise about the Christian Right is proven being a fact.

Debra Haffner, a Unitarian Universalist minister heads the Religious Institute on Sexual Morality, Justice, and Healing, have written the book: From Diapers to Dating: A Parent's Guide to Raising Sexually Healthy Children. And reading the article in USNews gets one really sad about the state of the nation.

In the 1998 edition of your book, you typed "sex " in an Internet search engine and got 260,000 matches. This time around: 260 million matches. The message for parents?
No parents would let their 13-year-old go to an X-rated bookstore and wander around. But that's what the Internet provides for them. People say to me, "My child wouldn't go looking for that." Remember how you looked up "sex" in the dictionary in fifth grade? If you want to monitor your child's Internet use, a computer with Internet access doesn't belong in the child's room. (A master of sex ed in

The reverend don't seem to notice that a lot of this hits on the searchterm isn't about "sex" - it can likely be about the genus - same sex and likely. And of course will sites with Sex Pistols come up. Talk about being stupid.

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