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By:Thomas Fleming | September 17, 2012

Breaking news from CBS.  A study of 2000 American teens revealed the astonishing news that kids who sext are more likely to be having real sex than kids who don't send obscene photos of themselves to their friends.  What's next?  A study revealing that people who eat three meals at McDonalds are more likely to get fat than people who eat real food at home?  Next, they'll be telling us that people who watch violent pornography are more likely to commit sex crimes.  Wait, no, that can't be right.  What you read and watch has no influence on your character, attitudes, or behavior.  That's why people spend so much time and money on video games, porn, and bad music, but it does not affect anyone except the cynical producers who get rich from destroying the minds and morals of their fellow-Americans.

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