Dillon Shane Webb (23) of Florida was driving his truck on Sunday when a deputy pulled him over. The deputy informed Webb that the sticker in his rear window, which read, "I Eat Ass," was obscene and ordered Webb to remove one of the letters from the word "ass." According to the police report, the officer asked Webb how "a parent of a small child would explain the meaning of the words." Webb told the deputy that he was exercising his first amendment rights and refused to remove the sticker. The deputy arrested Webb and was charged with "obscene writing on vehicles and resisting an officer without violence."
After the communists chuck former US presidents down the memory hole, they'll go after your beloved "characters" from the Bible (Og! The Nephilim! The Talking Donkey! Ehud!), warned Fox News's Bill Hemmer. The identical twins who appeared on his educational program were in agreement. READ THE REST
This educational moral panic slideshow from the 1960s highlights the danger of inhaling plastic model glue. I suspect the anecdotes and statistics are exaggerated but the slide art makes for excellent clip art! Good soundtrack, too. [Via r/ObscureMedia] READ THE REST
Back when David Cameron was Prime Minister, he took advice from Patrick Rock (later revealed to be a a trafficker in images depicting the abuse of children) on how to stop children from seeing internet pornography. READ THE REST
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