* Posts by Ghenghis McCann

6 posts • joined 22 Oct 2013

Parents can hide abortion, contraception advice from kids, thanks to BT's SEX-ED web block

Ghenghis McCann

Re: Surely this is endangering children?

No, the Daily Fail is much more useful cut up into small squares to replace Andrex in these straightened times.

Ghenghis McCann

Parenting by Remote XControl

A few months ago, I saw an item on another website about some guy's really 'cool' idea to watch his kid while he went to catch the school bus. He had one of those multi-rotored remote controlled helicopters and had attached a video camera to it, so he could sit at his computer and watch the offspring on his way to the bus stop. No mention of what he would be able to do if; somebody tried to abduct the kid, the kid fell in front of the bus, the kid turned around and ran away from the bus stop, the kid had his lunch money stolen by a bully etc. But, what the hell, the father doesn't have to get of his big fat arse and actually walk down to the bus stop with the fruit of his loins.

This filter is on the same level. 'I have kids but I really don't want them to disturb my lifestyle by having to interact with them. For God's sake what happened to parking them in front of the telly and letting them watch CBeebies. Why can't someone do it for me?'

Ghenghis McCann

Re: Looking for therapy

'Your pen is

Our business!'

There, but for one space...

Ghenghis McCann

Re: Injury to Insult

But surely, it's just back to Victorian values? 'Children should be seen but not heard'.

Ghenghis McCann

Re: Surely this is endangering children?

Ever heard the phrase 'Father of the Nation'?

Brit PM raps Facebook for allowing GORY beheading vids

Ghenghis McCann

Re: He needs to get out more

Can you tell the difference between fiction and real life? Shakespeare wrote plays. No actors were harmed during the performance of the play. Beheading videos involve real people being killed. I think you should get out more and meet some flesh and blood people.

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