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Comment: Conjecture (Score 1) 349

by StrangeCargoFromKeyL (#17808646) Attached to: Restrictions On Social Sites Proposed In Georgia
Right now, I'd venture to say (read: totally blind-guessing here) that roughly 33% of deadly malicious beastghosts are computer-savvy (not to mention sane) enough to get on a computer and find some prey to victimize. It stands to reason that in the coming years, that percentage will rise as more Americans who grew up wrangling computers come of age... which translates to: a higher percentage of our nation's raving degenerate lunatics who are totally computer savvy. This techno-savvy wave of deranged folks will make the internet wilder, woolier, and more every-man-for-himself than ever before...

Which brings me to my point:
Networked youngun's shouldn't be sheltered from the very thing they need seared into their instincts: defensive surfing.

-Daniel

(2nd /. post ever, first 'serious' one, go easy, and please appraise of any glaring etiquette errors/faux pas...)

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