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Post by plebgate on 04.09.13 14:19

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2410261/Parliaments-computers-used-log-porn-websites-300-000-times-year.html

and there was I, wondering why their appears to be a real reluctance blocking porn.

Name and shame should sort the problem out.

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Re: Porn & Parliament

Post by Penfold on 04.09.13 14:24

Great minds plebgate -you beat me to that post.

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Post by Buildersbum on 04.09.13 19:53

bas***ds name and shame the t**ts

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Re: Porn & Parliament

Post by Guest on 04.09.13 22:16

Long time no see Buildersbum!

I take it that we are talking about legal adult porn sites?

Not that anyone should be looking at them during work hours on business computers though.
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Post by Cherry on 04.09.13 22:22

So when they are not in the toilet snorting drugs they are watching porn, and they get paid for it as well.
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Post by plebgate on 05.09.13 8:13

@Penfold - Great minds smilie 

What a good point Cherry, drugs, porn, expenses and they wonder why we have no time for them.

Snorting drugs and having a vote on whether to go to war. Ya couldn't make it up.

Isn't it time to bring in drug testing at HOC/HOL and all other taxpayer funded institutions? Many private businesses do it, so why not for them?




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