Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Parallel Lines

What is it about the trackability of internet activity that these sickos don't get:

THREE men have been charged with more than 200 child sex offences after police found graphic internet images of sex acts involving young boys on Queensland's Sunshine Coast.

The three men, all of whom are convicted pedophiles serving terms in Brisbane's Wolston Correctional Centre, will face court next month. The Queensland Police Service announced yesterday that its anti-pedophile unit, Taskforce Argos, was advised by US authorities in April that more than 450 images of "young male children engaging in graphic sexual activities" had been found on the internet.
And what it it about his sickness that this sicko doesn't get:

(George Michael is) at it again. The British singer famous for getting caught by police in comprimising positions has excelled himself this time. The News of the World has exclusively sprung the popstar emerging from the bushes (in a London park) after liaising with Norman Kirtland, a "pot-bellied, 58-year-old, jobless van driver".
Michael, busted some years ago for indecent behaviour in a Californian public toilet, doesn't think he's sick:

Upon getting caught, Michael, 43, told the paper: "Are you gay? No? Then f*** off! This is my culture!"
The North American Man Boy Love Association has it's own culture too.

And 35 years ago the 'culture' of homosexuality was a mental disease.

-- Nick

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