What's up with that is that PayPal (which is now owned by Ebay, BTW) doesn't like guns, but does like porn. Since they're a private company, that's their business. If you disapprove you can choose not to do business with them, which is just as it should be.
As for the availability of pornography, I'm afraid it's simply part of life now. I recall seeing a scene on tv in which the father wants to give "The Talk" to his adolescent son. The son stops him immediately, pointing out that since he has internet access, there's no point.
posted on 10/28/2009 7:33:33 PM PDT
by GL of Sector 2814
(One man's theology is another man's belly laugh --- Robert A. Heinlein)
To: GL of Sector 2814
I just find it hypocritical to say the least. sure they are a private company and can do what ever they want kind of like the ‘government is now they will stick it down our throats and then say stick it up your arse if we don’t like it. welcome to the USSA.
posted on 10/29/2009 2:05:36 PM PDT
(Romak 7.62X54MM, AK47 7.62X39MM, LARGO 9X23MM, HAPINESS IS A WARM GUN BANG BANG YEA YEA)
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