This is your brain on the tubes:


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37 Responses:

  1. balamuthia says:

    I think the greatest symptom of the "webcam" addicition is that people start to live their lives as though we have some emotional investment in watching them buy a hotdog at the 7-11. We don't. We just want you to get your preening, cell-phoned ass out of the way so we can pay for our purchases.

    I hate the epidemic of "everyone LOKK AT ME!!"

  2. daruku says:

    Do you think before you post?

    • If people heeded this advice, we could fit the internet onto a 500 Gig hard drive. The world would be a lot more efficient, but a lot less fun too. My life has been immeasurably improved by watching old A-ha videos, for instance.

  3. bikerwalla says:

    In the future, everyone will have their raunchiest 15 minutes of fame saved to YouPorn.

  4. no_brakes23 says:

    lol, I followed the link and posted on an old thread.

  5. mark242 says:

    Warhol was both correct, and off by an order of magnitude.

  6. bifrosty2k says:

    We shouldn't be educating the teenage camwhores...

  7. joel says:

    Every time I think about posting something stupid online, I remember that I can read an old Atari VaxMail message that my Dad posted in 1983.

  8. carus_erus says:

    Hermione Granger?

  9. unwoman says:

    Most young ladies who are exhibitionist enough to post risque items to begin with get such a kick out of sharing it that they don't mind that creepy old guys are seeing it -- in fact it's a bit of a thrill. I don't think this ad will discourage them at all. The thing that would discourage them more would be family finding out & taking away internet privileges, or future scenarios in which people are turned down for jobs later because of teen camwhoring.

    Though I couldn't agree more with the "Think before you post" message!

    • dojothemouse says:

      Want attention from men just like your dad?

    • sherbooke says:

      More depressingly, people will get jobs *because* of their camwhoring. It's like cosplayers, they were born to do this, they wantt to do and nothin's gonna stop them. We're looking at future kid's show and weather presenters and politicians here.

      As a speicies we've spending a fuck-load of effort connecting ourselves only for it to be used for flashing tits and spurting onto the swivel-chair. This has to be good right?

      • n_o_m_i_c says:

        At least the reproductive impulse has won out over the destructive... sort of. I think there are worse things we can say about humanity.

  10. Please think before you post. Any images you post will lead to hundreds if not thousands of creepy orgasms distributed worldwide.

  11. prof_null says:

    Most intelligent thing I've seen all week. Wake up kiddies! Who needs big Brother when we have the internet to remember your every minor mistake and stupidity?

    • greyface says:

      But Big Brother was never so friendly. Did Big Brother ever comment, "OMG, ur so kewt n kewl! What's ur amazon wishlist?"

      • It's less Big Brother, and more Creepy Guy Who Sits Outside the Grocery Store and Smells of Urine. Still watching you.

        • greyface says:

          On his wifi laptop, connected to the subtle direct-retinal display projector so he can sit outside the grocery store and search your shirt-doffing camsite at the same time.

          In the future, I'll learn to pee on myself and not mind. God, I can't wait for the future!

  12. Don't worry Sara Airport parking, long term.
    Sara, anything you order is free of charge, Sara.
    It's really a powerful gesture, Sara. It'll set quite an example.

  13. kraquehaus says:

    It's sad, but I think "kids these days" do really need to hear shit like this.

    Fuck thing you know I'll be shouting "Get off my lawn!"

  14. fantasygoat says:

    I totally had this happen to me. This person I'd never met before knew all kinds of things about me, and then I remembered I am all over the Internet. It was innocent enough but still creepy.

    Oh my god, I'm a teenage girl!

  15. darkengobot says:

    So why do both of these PSAs that I've seen make the janitors out to be the creepy ones?