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    Angry Amazon.Com, An Advocate for Pedophiles United

    If I knew they accepted s*** like that I would have never ordered anything from them. I know now.

    Amazon defends 'Pedophile's Guide' - Technology & science - Tech and gadgets - Digital Home - msnbc.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillBrayJr View Post
    If I knew they accepted s*** like that I would have never ordered anything from them. I know now.

    Amazon defends 'Pedophile's Guide' - Technology & science - Tech and gadgets - Digital Home - msnbc.com
    A child cannot give informed consent to sex. Amazon is just 'hoing for profits. There is no defense to selling such garbage.

    amazon is not forced by the 1st amendment to sell anything. amazon can refuse to sell such garbage. it's assertion of 1st amendment rights is ludicrous

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    Quote Originally Posted by nogods View Post
    amazon is not forced by the 1st amendment to sell anything. amazon can refuse to sell such garbage. it's assertion of 1st amendment rights is ludicrous
    I love playing devil's advocate sometimes and this is one of them. I make this post as a defense of our rights which should apply equally to all since they're not created by the Constitution, just recognized in it.
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    While they can refuse to sell something, is it ludicrous that they stand firm for their own and others' rights under the first amendment?
    What about that law that tried to make hunting videos unlawful? Isn't fighting for the first amendment important to us as well?
    What about publishing a book that focused freedom from the government and promoted a forceful revolution? That's essentially what the founders of this country did.

    Where does censorship end?

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    On top of it all, by calling attention to this "book" it will probably have more sales that it ever would have if it had just been ignored and forgotten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Booga View Post
    I love playing devil's advocate sometimes and this is one of them. I make this post as a defense of our rights which should apply equally to all since they're not created by the Constitution, just recognized in it.
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    While they can refuse to sell something, is it ludicrous that they stand firm for their own and others' rights under the first amendment?
    What about that law that tried to make hunting videos unlawful? Isn't fighting for the first amendment important to us as well?
    What about publishing a book that focused freedom from the government and promoted a forceful revolution? That's essentially what the founders of this country did.

    Where does censorship end?

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    On top of it all, by calling attention to this "book" it will probably have more sales that it ever would have if it had just been ignored and forgotten.
    One difference is that this book basically describes how to commit a crime that is currently on the books. IMO you can easily stand for the rights to sell hunting videos and books and refuse to sell this without conflict. Call it "good taste" - the same reason Amazon pulled their ads from a website that tried to get Dale Earnhardt's autopsy photos in 2001.

    Plus, as Stan Marsh said on "South Park" - "Dude, [pedofiles] f#$%&@g HAVE SEX WITH CHILDREN!!!!!"

    Of course, perhaps they are going to sell this book and then turn over the records of everyone who ordered it to the FBI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillBrayJr View Post
    If I knew they accepted s*** like that I would have never ordered anything from them. I know now.

    Amazon defends 'Pedophile's Guide' - Technology & science - Tech and gadgets - Digital Home - msnbc.com
    Maybe they are trying to markets their goods and services to Catholic Priests.

    Another note, if you have to type **'s in a word to get it past the language filter on this site, then maybe you should not be using that word in your posting. You can say what you want without using the objectionable language. This is not a slam on you, just my opinion.

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    Wink

    Not trying to get past the Colorful Word Filter. Just censoring out the Colorful Words because I wasn't sure if these Forums had a Filter for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillBrayJr View Post
    Not trying to get past the Colorful Word Filter. Just censoring out the Colorful Words because I wasn't sure if these Forums had a Filter for them.
    The site does, however I don't know what specific words are filtered. And quite frankly, I don't care what words are filtered. I can express my opinions quite well, and some would say quite obnoxiously, without using objectionable language.

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    Yes, the first amendment gives people the right to write and publish that crapola but doesn't force anyone to sell it. I can't remember who the guy was who said to Al Sharpton "The 1st amendment guarantees me the right to call you a n____r" to which Sharpton replied, something like "Yes, and I also have the right to retaliate by any lawful means I see fit."

    I always say if somebody offends you, or does you an injustice, hit them in the wallet. People understand that.
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