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  Reply # 868441 30-Jul-2013 12:48
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Listened to it, then had the rest going in the back ground as I tried to work out more ways to avoid work.

I did have to laugh at the reference to the Waikato Times!

Funnily enough I had a co worker who would come in every few days and ask how to empty his internet filter as it was full and his internet had stopped working.

He was referring to the inline filter you have on the line, he managed to break 4 of them in 2 weeks!

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  Reply # 870409 2-Aug-2013 04:25
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kiwiyan: This is following the recent news about James Cameron proposal to bring restriction on access to ponography at ISP level.  As a parent of teenager even with a level of geekyness kids are now-a-days are too smart and they can access porn in the web. Thinking of the general public most of the parents doesn't know even the abc of computer leave alone the internet. I think in my opinion NZ also should follow UK in imposing restriction at ISP level.  Please post your view/opinion/suggestions.


No way, you don't want to watch don't, but don't impose your morality on others.


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