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12-year-old English girl runs off with 31-year-old U.S. Marine



 
 
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Old July 15th 03, 08:12 PM
Dale Darrel Waltrip Richard Petty Rusty Awesome Bi
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Default 12-year-old English girl runs off with 31-year-old U.S. Marine

Too bad the *******'s not in the Marines anymore. I was hoping he was
still with the Marines so that when he gets caught, he'll be
court-martialed and put in prison for life.

I think all these teen girls and pre-teen girls lying about their age
on the internet to meet older men will end up resulting in new laws
requiring internet filters on all computers (even in homes), an annual
computer license fee (similar to the TV license in the UK), and
probably a scanner (to scan your driver's license or state-issued ID)
on all computers (that will probably be the only way to keep kids out
of adult chatrooms and adults out of kid/teen chatrooms because the
parents obviously don't want to monitor their kid's internet
habits)...the scanners could also be used to allow adults to visit
x-rated websites and keep kids away from x-rated websites.
 




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