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  • Cid420


    March 10, 2015, 8:16 pm

    I don't think you will like this but please hear me out.

    Okay I think you're over-reacting. You don't want her posting pics of herself for internet for perverts? Well you found her looking for porn yourself so you *are* the internet pervert. Do you look at yourself the same way you look at them? Do you realize the girls you jerk-off to are peoples daughters and sisters, a lot of which probably have some sort of mental disorders themselves?

    Step back and really think about this without automatically thinking it's wrong. If she gets turned on by this and enjoys being submissive like that, then that might be who she is and what she enjoys sexually. It could be a fucked up phase. It could be a mental health issue. As far as I know you don't know anything right now so don't assume the worst or assume it's bad. You cant judge a persons sex life by the person they show to the world. Picture a successful businessman who likes to get tied up and spanked, a child molester who is a great person on the outside, or even David Carradine and his death due to autoerotoc self asphyxiation...I mean come on, who saw *that* coming?

    It might not be a bad idea to confront her. If she realizes that you saw them, she may realize that *anyone* can see them and she might rethink what she's doing. If she doesn't care and *does* enjoy doing it then you aren't going to be able to do anything but push her away from you.

    If you are the cause for her getting locked away and more "treatment" for her sexual desires, that will only screw her up even more then she may already be. If she's confused in any way sexually do you really want to make her think doing what makes her feel good is bad? Hasn't she already been down a similar road?

    If everyone you know finds out because they recognize the descriptions in this post then you may have already fucked up. Sex is a tricky issue, and if you care about her let her enjoy herself and don't humiliate her in front your family and friends. I know you want to help but you can't force help on someone, they have to want it. I've spent three months in charter and one month in the Betty Ford Clinic -- I've been around people with all kinds of mental disorders and a variety of sexual victims. Most the sexual victims I've talked with are either really comfortable with their sexuality, or distance themselves from it as much as possible. What she's going through is normal and she should figure out what she likes/dislikes herself.

    Last thought: I'm bi-polar and if someone exposed my private sexual preferences to my family and friends and they tried to force "help" on me and lock me away...I'd snap and never trust them again. Be careful, you're in dangerous waters. If this *is* what she likes then that's that -- ***you can't change sexual desires.*** (no matter how much you may disapprove.)


  • superhobo


    March 11, 2015, 12:21 am

    As surprising as this may be, opinions and tastes differ!

    Yes, I would like to qualify that position!

    Now, he has reviewed some games that I've liked, and he's left them in a pile of smoldering ash. Fair enough.

    However! When it comes to the gameplay I may disagree with him. When it comes to dodgy mechanics and shoddy writing I'm forced to agree. He's made me realise some things about games I played that I never thought of before, and simply watching his reviews has made me look at games much more objectively.


  • ihahp


    March 11, 2015, 8:48 am

    I posted this elsewhere but I feel like posting it here too:

    I know people will want to try to find some root cause of all this, and look to the rape thing as the first thing to blame.

    But guess what? Kids get caught "sexting" and sharing naked pics all the time. Kids do stupid shit. They get caught. They get grounded. They get their cell phones and internet taken away. This is what needs to happen here. This isn't one of those "You didn't know it was wrong" or "You were raped and therefore you don't know any better" situations. Of course she knows better. This is about attention in the same way that 100 million myspace profiles of girls trying to look hotter and older than are is. The only difference is she crossed the "nude" line, and needs to be taken to task for it.

    When you catch your kid stealing a beer, you don't give him counseling. You ground his ass.

    Let's not make this a bigger issue than it is. She'll grow up resentful if she's branded a fragile, delicate, special case by own family her whole life, doesn't get some proper teachings of right and wrong.


  • MechaBlue


    March 11, 2015, 3:29 am

    > No, because the free market is a natural regulatory order that punishes bad decisions and rewards good ones.

    I hate this hoary old chestnut because it glosses over some very important points.

    * "Good" decisions and "bad" decisions are defined from the perspective from the company, not the public.

    * It overlooks is that a company may not be punished until it causes irreparable damage.

    * It overlooks that a company is run by people who can benefit from the destruction of the company.

    * Companies engage in anti-competitive behavior and collusion, which increases prices and decreases innovation.

    * Negative reputations can be managed through PR, advertising, and information manipulation.


  • beautify


    March 10, 2015, 11:53 am

    well, here's my issue with that statement, Kryptonite is something that repels superman, it's his antithesis. It works against him in ever way, a glass table ninja, is more like your arch nemisis, it's always there to stop you, some times they may use kryptonite, but it isn't his only weapon. For instance, a glass table also has the ability to not hide the porn you were reading when a cute girl walks by, or won't hide the fact that your socks don't match there by making you look like a style less buffoon.

    Also kryptonite is from fucking space...that table was made by man.


  • UI_guy


    March 10, 2015, 2:08 pm

    Ill start:

    Sunday: Cream

    Monday: Pink

    Tuesday: Red

    Wednesday: Yellow

    Thursday: Purple

    Friday: Brown

    Saturday: Cross between Thur/Fri

    Days all have distinct patterns or textures within them too

    1: Black/Blue

    2: Green

    3: Yellow

    4: Brown

    5: Pink

    6: Lighter Pink

    7: Red

    8: Darker Red

    9: Purple

    10+ take colours from the first digit generally

    January: Brown

    Feb: Darker brown

    March: Red

    April: Green

    May: Lighter Red

    June/July: Pinkish

    August: Green

    September: Grey/White

    October: Grey

    November: Dark Grey

    December: Green

    Letters too - but no time to type them all now ;)



  • CasualDave


    March 10, 2015, 9:11 am

    Totally agree with VodkaElite about this. The idea that we mutilate the genitals of male babies in the US and people consider this "normal" and it is so ingrained in the culture that some people don't really think about. I know mine was cut as a baby just because that's what people did. I had a friend who had it done when he was 7 and he said it was excruciating. I don't have problems with my penis performance though I bet it would be much more sensitive with a foreskin but it just that rationally, it's a barbaric practice. I wouldn't have my daughters labia cut off and if I have a son, I'm not paying someone to mutilate his genitals. I don't understand why more people don't think of circumcision as the violent and sexual assault that it is.


  • yeahsurethatsit


    March 10, 2015, 9:07 am

    You want advise and thats cool but what the hell do you want reddit to do for you?

    Perhaps you could talk to a professional about this sort of thing? I'm sorry if I come off as an ass since my day hasn't gone too well now.

    Your sister is posting pictures of herself nude. Of course being raped at an early age, along with stability is whats wrong here. Ever hear love line with Dr. Drew? Any time someone that would do something like this was raped at an early age. Have her talk to an actual professional after you talk to one yourself, don't take my word or anyone else on this sites word for it though. We are not professionals and even if some of us are you shouldn't take some random person's word for it.

    By the way anyone that knows you IRL will know who you are from the information you posted here. You've given too much background information for someone that knows your family history to go on.

    We need to talk by the way...


  • BibleBeltAtheist


    March 11, 2015, 7:50 am

    You lost me at "upholding the principle of property rights."

    As proudhon said it,

    >Property is theft!

    Property rights give a few people power over the majority. This inevitably leads to exploitation. Property rights means "ownership" can be claimed on natural resources and means of production. This is a surefire route to classism, which is by definition inequality.

    So then, what do the folks do who have no claim on natural resources or the means of production? I see only three real options at this point.

    1: Submit to braving the elements and face starvation.

    2: Submit to exploitation through wage labor or wage slavery. Voluntarily or involuntarily makes no difference. If a person is not reaping the full benefit of their labor then they are being exploited. A common response I get is, "Start your own business". This is idiotic and undesirable. First, I don't "own" any natural resources or any means of production. Second, I'm forced to submit to exploitation in order to save up enough money to eventually exploit others.

    3: Revolt and take back what belongs to the people.

    To me, anarchism is freedom and there is no freedom without equality.


  • mizer


    March 10, 2015, 8:28 pm

    You are incorrect, Stiglitz is the fourth most cited economist. The first is Andrei Shleifer. You can take a look at his essay The Age of Milton Friedman for a brief, accessible, and direct refutation of one of Stiglitz books. He specifically calls bullshit on Stiglitz for setting up straw men, whom he calls market fundamentalists. You can't really say anything about the "vast majority of economists" other than that they are economists or perhaps that they agree on some fairly basic economic concepts. I don't even see you making an attempt to back up the statement you pulled out of your ass about economists being liberal. Based on your comment I'd suggest that you don't know what you're talking about and that what you think of economists is determined by a.) how many times they're cited and b.) whether or not you agree with them.


  • johndoe7776059


    March 10, 2015, 3:36 pm


    In the first example, if I take the deal, I expect to have the experience of being tortured to death, wishing I had said no. It doesn't matter if the copy of me that was produced by the duplicator or the copy that walked onto it is the one who gets tortured.

    In the second example, the split has already taken place. The copy of me that takes the deal is never going to have to experience being tortured.

    Lets call me when I walk onto the duplicator A, me standing on the duplicator after it has worked its magic B, and the duplicated me C.

    Me A considers me B and C to be equally me. If you told me A that you were going to kill me B, but for a thousand dollars you would kill me C instead, me A wouldn't take the deal. Me A certainly wouldn't let one of me B or C be tortured.

    Me B and C don't consider themselves the same person. Both of them think of think of themselves as the real version. Since they are perfectly selfish, both of them would let the other version be tortured.

    Basically, I think that whatever makes me who I am, it is contained in my brain. Since the atoms of my brain change all the time, and I don't become a different person, it can't be the specific atoms. What stays (relatively) the same is the pattern of atoms. Because of that, if you tell me that at some point in the future there will be 2 exact copies of that pattern, I care equally about both copies. The second example is to try and show that I don't think anything magical is going on, where somehow there will be 1 version of me that has both the experience of getting the money and being tortured.

    edit: As much as I love this discussion, I need to get *some* sleep tonight, so no responses from me for a while.


  • redtigerwolf


    March 10, 2015, 3:22 pm

    The idea of personalizing this is exactly what I was thinking. The author probably looked at pics of other guys underage sisters plenty of times and now the ball is in his court. Whether it was intentional of him or he likes looking at teenagers is besides the point. The point is, like you stated that this happens all the time and probably is the biggest worry for brothers or even sisters who have younger sisters who frequent the internet and they don't know the activities they are up to. I'm for freedom and all that jazz, but family members need to really keep an eye on their teenage siblings/children when they use the internet, yes, this is hard to do, but if you don't do it, who knows what they are gonna do.

    It's too bad and awful what has happened to the authors sister, but if he really cares, he should go with his own feelings and not use the internet as his suggestion box, though its good to reach out to people, that's for sure. I'm just saying, that only he can decide the right thing to do.


  • Zimaben


    March 10, 2015, 7:50 am

    I had never thought about the simple fact that our legal system hinged on the assumption that there exists some entity to actually collect and examine evidence from an enforcement perspective, which makes transition from a military to civilian judicial environment for the original charges kinda pointless. It's a pretty obvious point that I just never really considered.

    I usually get more from people with opposing opinions. For some reason it's much more rare that someone who basically feels the same way that I do ever says anything I hadn't already considered.

    My favorite political discussions growing up always happened at the dinner table. I deeply disagreed with most of my family but discussion was always encouraged and if you were a dick about anything you looked like an idiot. There is basically nothing even remotely resembling that kind of discussion in our national news coverage and I think in the tiniest way we're all a little dumber and more dickish as a result.


  • Wagnerius


    March 11, 2015, 12:43 am

    Maybe the most important part is to realize that an artist is not some kind of magic box, that will create beautiful stuff out of nothing (or almost nothing).

    The result you'll get is directly dependent on the quality and completeness of your briefing.

    Asset creation is a multi-step process. Here are the main steps, their goal and the delivery for each :

    * step1 : athmosphere

    * goal : what feeling do you want to express

    * delivery : short brief + movie or book refs

    * step2 : concept

    * goal : a visual representation of the athmosphere

    * delivery : 2d drawing

    * step3 : 3d-layout

    * goal : fast visualisation of the concept

    * delivery : 3d mesh (often without textures or not optimised)

    * step4 : texturing

    * goal : final texturing/optimisation of the 3d mesh

    * delivery : final mesh

    * step5 :shading (optional)

    * goal : shader tuning

    * delivery : better perf in game engine.

    In big game studios, one person fill each step.

    Depending on the size of your project, you may have to do more than one step or to merge them. but this is a basic workflow.

    Note also that some artists may refuse this workflow if it is imposed to them as a *creative constraint*. Most Pro quite like it because it gives them a good routine, and they are *more* creative within those boundaries.


  • illevaihcam


    March 11, 2015, 7:17 am

    Well, there are several different types of coders, in my experience. You've got the "code monkey", who sits in his cube and grinds out cobol or the like day in day out, and knows nothing but the IDE he works in, you've got "the web guy" who's a bit of a jack of all trades, and knows how to ftp, and then you've got web developers, who tend to be a hybrid between sysadmin and developer.

    So - having sysadmin knowledge is definitely a useful thing - one of our criteria when we hire developers is Linux administration knowledge, which encompasses knowing things like the OSI model, and understanding sockets, server load and the like.

    I'd recommend working in a small-medium web shop, if you enjoy the web side of things, or doing your own thing. That said, at 18... I would recommend going into employment - it's a useful experience, even if that experience is just to educate you into hating beying employed.

    I hope that helps.


  • MarcoVincenzo


    March 10, 2015, 1:30 pm

    That sounds good to me. I took out a new first mortgage in July (I'd paid off the house in 2006) to pay off a daughter-in-law's existing and future student debt--she's a second year law student. Which means that the dollars I'll be giving the bank will be worth substantially less than the ones I borrowed (15 year loan at 4.6% fixed). I'd thought of paying the loan off early (once my daughters' finish grad school my expenses will go down and I'd have the money) since I don't like having debt. But, it might make sense to take the full 15 years and invest my cash elsewhere.


  • eric22vhs


    March 10, 2015, 11:22 pm

    I'm not a psychologist so I can't say anything as if I know what a person who's been raped goes through, but these are my thoughts on the situation:

    > I think it is very, very unhealthy for her to pander to these Internet perverts.

    Remember that internet perverts includes you. Yes people post negative remarks to girls posting while demanding more, but that's how /b/ and all other image boards work.

    Girls don't often masturbate to porn, but these days it's pretty well known that they enjoy the attention of posting pics of themselves, otherwise there wouldn't be so many girls posting. It's not like she's a paid porn star, to her knowledge this is just her dirty/guilty pleasure, just like fapping is yours. The only difference is, people have known for the last decade that young guys often fap to porn. It's only been recently that girls are tech savvy enough, and social media of any form has developed enough that it's easy for girls to be perverse too.

    I'm not saying what she's doing is normal, because I understand her past hasn't always been normal, but of the millions + girls who post themselves online, I doubt most of them suffer any severe mental diseases or traumatizing pasts.


    The course of action that I recommend: have a revealing conversation with her in a friendly matter. Don't accuse her of anything, don't even mention you saw anything. Just find a way, possible jokingly or in some friendly casual form of truth or dare mention/admit to looking at porn or frequently using certain image boards etc. Maybe say you love trolling on random image boards and nonchalantly mention one of the boards you saw her on. Or better yet, find something funny on one of these boards and show her. This'll let her know that you know how to internet and you stroll through image boards without appearing to have any idea what she's been doing. Odds are she'll get scared enough to either stop or at least step it down a notch before turning into a complete chan slut (no offense, that's just the term for the semi famous ones).

    If she's been through a lot, telling your parents etc. would probably just create more shame/embarrassment than she deserves or can probably handle. Again, I'm not a psychologist, but I think this is the best course of action.


  • aenea


    March 10, 2015, 8:11 pm

    The overwhelming tiredness that you're feeling is a classic sign of depression, and it really is a shame to kill yourself over something that is treatable. You've had a run of very bad luck, but that can change so quickly, especially at your age. Not going to school while you're in your 20s is hardly rare, or has to be life-destroying unless you want it to be- there are a lot of people who don't choose to go until much later in life.

    It sounds like you have friends- you say yourself that you haven't been putting the time or energy into the friendships so you are kind of drifting right now (also a sign of depression, by the way). And your family won't just pick up and get over it- if you're living at home you must have some kind of decent relationship with them, and if they think that you're happy now, it's going to be a huge, huge blow to them. Especially to your sister- I've got triplets and did multiple birth support work for years, and surviving twins have it extremely rough in life. As a mother I don't see how any parent continues on. Hearing from my child that they are depressed and need help is nothing compared to the pain and guilt of not having noticed, or done anything.

    You don't sound like you want to hurt anyone- why not take a chance and get some help? All of the problems that you've listed are temporary problems with solutions, and you can get out of this. A lot of us have been where you are now, and gotten through it- that's why some of us are here, and why we do care. By definition you're not thinking clearly when you are depressed, so at least give yourself a chance to make a clear decision.


  • pedebk


    March 11, 2015, 12:01 am

    Take it from someone who's an older brother too; Talk to her about it. Sit her down and tell her what you saw. Nevermind the details, she was there, she knows what's up. She's probably got every bit as much respect for you as you have for her, and if you're the one(in the family) she comes to when she's sad, she'll at least listen to what you have to say.

    Sad to hear about her history, though... It must be so hard seeing your little sister spiral down, not being able to do anything about it.

    But talk to her!! Talk! Now! Talk...

    PS: Talk...


  • arsicle


    March 10, 2015, 8:13 pm

    I was out walking in the mountains in Central Asia with a friend. We were just standing around waiting for a bus to go back to town when a police officer pulled up a Niva (little 4x4 hatchback). He asked me what I was doing and I told him we were waiting for a bus. A little discussion ensued, he looked at our documents, didn't believe that my friend had a real passport (he didn't know that Belgium was a country and thought that Brussels is the capital of Europe).

    He told us to get in the car. I asked where we were going and he said "a little up." I would have called someone to help at this point, but I had no cell phone service cause of the location. I asked him when the last bus left and he told me "don't worry, you won't miss it." So we got in the car (it was a mistake in retrospect, but I didn't know what to do), and he went the opposite way of town, into the mountains.

    My friend didn't speak the local language at all, and he sat up front. I sat in the back and used the pretense of translating to discuss what was happening/what we should expect. This ended up being a helpful arrangement, as I got service for a minute (I wasn't too freaked out yet), and sent an SMS to a security guy affiliated with the US embassy. I just said "I'm in a police car, there's no trouble yet, but I want you to be aware."

    The cop asked if i had been "Up there," and pointed deeper into the mountains. I didn't want to say yes or no to any questions...I didn't want to go "up there," so I didn't want to say "no" and have him take me. Equally, I didn't know if "up there" was actually the Russian border or some such, so I didn't want to say "yes." I asked "what's there" and he said "it's a rest area, I'll take you." So we went to this little tea house pretty deep in the mountains and he ordered some tea and we sat down to talk.

    He asked me what I did (I was Peace Corps), so I told him I taught English (vast simplification, but teachers get more respect sometimes, and generally aren't assumed to have much money). He asked how much money I make (common question there, even for strangers) and when I said "$300 a month" he refused to believe me. He insisted that no Westerner in no situation would agree to make that little money. In fact, he insisted, it was impossible to live on that much money.

    I asked him when the last bus left and he told me "not for a while, don't worry."

    We had to wait about 30 minutes for tea because they had to build a fire to hear the water, and he generally just dicked me around and made me feel uncomfortable. At some point he said "you think I want money from you? See how much money I have:" and pulled out a wad of what must have been well over $1000 from his pocket (keeping in mind his official monthly salary is probably about $400) that was clearly from recently collected bribes. This didn't really allay my fears.

    Of course, I also happen to have $500 in my backpack because my landlady was going to be working in my house that day, and I wanted to bring it with me (it was my emergency fund). At some point as we're finally leaving the tea house after an hour he tells me "I know you're moving money in your bag." Then I asked when the last bus leaves. He told me "oh, it left a long time ago."

    This was when I started to worry quite a bit. I didn't even notice as we entered the little area with cell phone service again that I had gotten it back when I got a phone call from the security officer I had texted. He asked where I was and I said I was still in the car, in the mountains. He asked to talk to the cop, so I had him pull over and gave him the phone.

    The cops face dropped almost instantly as the phone call started, very amusing. Pretty quickly thereafter he was insisting that he hadn't stopped us but rather was escorting us back to the bus stop because we needed help. He was clearly terrified of what was happening. After the phone call he asked why he had called and I just said "they called my house and I wasn't there so they asked where I was and I said 'in a police car.'"

    I was worried cause we were still in the middle of nowhere and he could turn on us, but he accepted this answer and drove us all the way back to the bus stop. However, his whole demeanor had changed, he was clearly very afraid of offending me, after minutes earlier calling me a liar. He went from being super cocky to being extremely deferential, etc.

    So he got us to the bus station in town, 3 minutes before the last bus for the night left, thanked us for the nice time we had in the mountains together, and that was it.

    Very cool to humble and scare someone who was so clearly a terrible human being.

    edit: obviously that's the long form, obviously i boil it down for groups.

    tl;dr - stopped by the cops in the mountains of central asia without cell phone service in a country where the police are known to be extremely corrupt. got in touch with someone affiliated with the US embassy after a couple hours. scared the living piss out of him.


  • gotcut


    March 10, 2015, 11:43 am

    Having been circumcised, and having suffered exactly the same plight as phimoguy, I wouldn't have wanted it any other way. It has been over 2 years since getting cut and I couldn't be happier about it.

    There's always sensitivity loss, but it has no adversely affected my ability to reach orgasm within a reasonable time at all. Still, I am sorry that you have a different story on that.

    But for me having been in phimoguy's position, I've had not a single feeling of regret. To be honest, I'm not sure why so many guys seem to be so attached to their foreskin, it had never really been that big of a deal to me, it's just flesh, I don't feel any more attached to it than I feel attached to hair or toenails... but that's just me.


  • EmperorSofa


    March 10, 2015, 1:40 pm

    Hey lets take sketchy statistics from who knows where and then use them to judge an entire nation. Science knows that dawkins woudln't skew anything at all to sell his books or to make his point seem more valid!

    That'll sure win our point of view some style points! And to top it all off, lets forget for awhile that Richard comes off as a massive prick to anybody who isn't a fan.

    The reason people don't like atheists isn't because they are trying to challenge their spiritual beliefs, it's because they come off as massive snooty pricks. Then dumb people post the worst cases of religious folly and then figure that's the standard and things are always that bad, and then pat each other on the back for it.


  • illevaihcam


    March 10, 2015, 8:25 am

    Yes. It's saved our bacon more than a few times. We have a standard services agreement which lays out our obligations, their obligations, and makes it crystal clear who owns what. We recently had a client re-sell our platform to a third party - we informed the third party that the client had no right to sell, and there are now a bunch of lawyers making a load of cash in New York. We're staying well clear of it, for now.

    There are loads of pro forma contracts out there, although, to be frank, if you can't find exactly what you're after - *hire a lawyer*. Cheaper than having someone rip you off.


  • ianandris


    March 10, 2015, 7:24 am

    Exactly. As much as I love the idea of bi-partisan politics, it's clear the Republicans have no intention of participating. I say the dems should just give 'em hell. They should be marching statistics out in front of the American people day in and day out. They need to incite a little bit of righteous anger against the insurance companies. They need to play the fucking game. Trying to be the mature, soft spoken party of reason isn't working. They need to make good use of the bully pulpit. Also, it'd be lovely if all those anti war activists reemerged from their slumber and started kicking off massive pro healthcare rallies.


  • honeg


    March 10, 2015, 5:26 pm

    A couple of things:

    1) process is a pain in the ass, for everyone involved in it, so its almost never actually maintained over any length of time. This lack of maintenance may be disguised as "ongoing process improvement", but the bottom line is that there is no process known that works perfectly for all the stakeholders. So people go around the process. Right now you probably feel like any process would be better than what you've seen in these jobs, and you may be right. But that feeling will pass, when you realize that you're now just as constrained by the process as you were by the chaos. And the cycle completes :-(

    2) Coders want different things than Architects, who want different things than Analysts, who want different things than Product people, who want different things than the Sales people, who want different things than the Customers. Throw some BO'sFH in there, a splash of QA, a little board level "prioritization", a soupcon of ego-clashes and a smidge of politics, and its a miracle most places get anything out the damn door. You know that old joke about the blind men and the elephant, right?

    My advice, if you want to avoid all of this shit - work at small companies with good people who will respect your time. It might take you a while to find that place, but when you do, you'll know you have. Such companies may or may not have "process", so don't fixate on that in your interview cycle.


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  • dave124


    March 10, 2015, 12:00 pm

    You should contact The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) The Nation's Resource Center for Child Protection. They might be able to help you. They may also want to find some of the photos so they can document them as a child under 18 years old. So, if some other pervert gets the photos and the cops take the perverts computer, they will have actual documented proof that the photo is of a child. I believe they are the database holders of documented under age porn. I don't know what trouble this may bring to your sister as it is illegal to post porn of a child (herself) on the internet. Maybe she can work something out. Good luck.


  • illevaihcam


    March 10, 2015, 4:32 pm

    eCommerce, purely, and within eCommerce, clothing, accessories, fashion, sporting supplements, gifts seem to be where the bulk of our business is at the moment.

    With marketing - not sure if you mean if we market ourselves or our clients? We provide marketing advice to our clients, but don't market ourselves at all - we've never needed to.

    Majority of clients enquire directly with us, either through having found our work elsewhere, or knowing a pre-existing client. We have 10-15 enquiries per day, of which 1 may be something we'll want to work on, and we have a high minimum contract value.


  • themcp


    March 10, 2015, 5:05 pm

    Look, you have to consider another aspect of her behavior beyond the "this is bad for her" angle. She's posting nude pictures of a minor to the internet. The fact that it's herself doesn't really matter. Kids have been arrested for AND CONVICTED OF making and publishing kiddie porn for posting pictures of themselves. As long as those pics are around, she could be arrested, charged, and convicted at any time, even years from now.

    Also, people are looking at and probably downloading those pictures. They may not know she's under age... but the court won't care, if they get arrested and charged with possession of kiddie porn. There could be essentially innocent people out there (innocent in as much as they may honestly think they're downloading pictures of an adult) who get convicted of possession of kiddie porn BECAUSE OF YOUR SISTER and her irresponsible actions.

    So: you MUST do something about this, because it can destroy lives, potentially including hers, and potentially at some random moment in the future when she's no longer expecting it. She has to take those pictures down, if she possibly can, even if that means her contacting the admins of whatever site she's posted them to and begging them to delete the photos. This has to happen to protect innocent people from going to jail.

    If you can talk to your sister and get her to take the photos down and wait till she's 18 before taking and posting any more nude photos, great. If she won't listen... for her own protection, you HAVE TO tell her parents. Advise them that they have to get the photos taken down, and for her sake quietly if possible. Remind them that if they decide to freak out and try to go after people on the net for hosting the site or viewing the photos, they're just exposing their daughter to being convicted of a sex crime AND BEING UNABLE TO GET A DECENT JOB OR LIVE IN A DECENT COMMUNITY FOR THE REST OF HER LIFE. Remember, people won't look deeply into the details - they'll find her on the sex offender rolls, see that she was convicted for publishing kiddie porn, not bother to find out that it was of herself, and hound her out of her job and home. Repeatedly. For as long as she lives.

    I know you want to protect her from the wrath of her parents, but if you can't get her to take responsibility and make this go away on her own, for her own sake, you have to tell them. YOU HAVE TO.


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