Thursday, June 26, 2008

Nudity Censorship

Asda refused to print baby's naked bum on birthday cake.



Blogger SueC said...

I am staggered at the stupidity of folk at times. At the risk of sounding like my mother....'what is this world coming to?'

10:24 am  
Blogger Miss T said...

'm not sure I'd want to eat a cake with a baby's bum on it though...

3:30 pm  
Blogger Cadiz said...

We're searching summer camps ( showers, changing rooms etc) in the USA looking for cameras, because of Brit teachers. We need to ban them from stateside.

The Brits are fruitcakes, they're spending a billion bucks (Civitas?) on a vetting system that doesn't ban sex offenders from schools.

On the other hand the Brits think the FBI are mad, the metaphysics of hypothetical vetting were drummed into us at length. But mostly everybody thinks the Brits are just completely mad.

None of the schools implicated in FBI related CP intel packets had a 'recorded' vetting system. The following is similar vapourware. It sees to be non-recorded and plucked via 'gut feeling'.

If you go to the CRB web-site, you'll see it relies on 'memory' or 'self-belief' rather than a computer print-out. so there is no point asking if any of the 20,000 had multiple applications, because, that would be two hypotheticals in a row, which is a whacko cult ( to real worlders).

CRB checks prove worth with 20000 unsuitable applicants rejected ... 26 Jun 2008 ... More than 20000 unsuitable people were stopped from working with children and vulnerable adults last year, according to figures from the ... - 39k - Cached - Similar pages

3:04 am  

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