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September 7, 2014, 10:06 PM

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Originally Posted by ClemsonJeeper View Post
No part in arguing about the morality of it then.

I guess tits on the internet == tits on the internet, regardless of if the photos were stolen and/or posted up against the person's will.
Nah not really.

It was a dickhead move... just as it would be a dickhead move of me to post my ex's nude pics online. I never will do that, but that's only because I'm not an asshole.... or at least I try not to be sometimes.

Thing is though... they're on the internet now. Countless people have saved them to their personal computers, and they're gonna be on the internet forever.

There's really no sense in crying about it after the fact... I have less pity for any of these celebs than I did for a friend of mine back in NJ who had a video of hers leaked on one of the porn sites from an asshole ex. It was kinda a big deal for a while, then forgotten about... just as these will be.

The American public in general thinks of nudes as much bigger of a deal than they really are.
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