Monday, August 29, 2005

Pervert's Privacy Violated

Pervert Censored, originally uploaded by novanglus3.

This chilling story reminds us that we no longer have privacy anymore. We're officially living in an Orwellian nightmare where no one is safe to masturbate him or herself on the subway without some citizen vigilante with a cop complex snapping off a camera phone pic be launched into cyberspace for all the world to see.

Long gone are the halcyon days when you could bring a dog onto train and let it poop freely without some squeamish passenger posting your picture all over Asia's Internet.

It's a sad day indeed when documenting the plight of those of us with poor social skills catapults one to celebrity status online, where one gets articles written about herself at the expense of someone else.

You can bet the next time I'm out in public and feel the urge to squat and pee, I'm going to think twice. When I'm riding the bus and my bulimia kicks in, I don't know if I'll vomit or not. And when my dog Bean craps on the sidewalk, there's a small chance I'll scoop it up in a plastic bag.

I'll be damned, however, if I throw that bag away! That's one thing I refuse to do. I don't care if there are cameras on every street corner, I will never fully dispose of my dog's excrement.

That's one right I will fight for. I will not be cowed!


Butternut said...

My cell phone takes crappy pictures. I have one pic of my friend with his face in a tray full of baked beans. You can barely tell where his face begins and the beans end. I need an upgrade.

I know there's a law that cell phones in Korea have to make a noise when they take a picture. If you have a Samsung or LG (Lucky Goldstar) phone you'll notice there's no way to turn off the "check-zzzt!" noise. Too many pervs were taking pictures under girls skirts on the subways or something. At least that's what my lawyer said.

I love the people's reaction in the dog poo pic.

Clinton Freeman said...

I like how posting the pervert photo made the woman feel less isolated and encouraged her to seek his prosecution. Instead of the internet violating someone's privacy, it's fostering a sense of camaraderie. That's a good thing. A very good thing.

The pooh picture is just nasty. I don't want to see my dog's pooh. I don't want to see a picture of another dog's pooh. This picture just adds to the atmosphere of pooh.
More importantly, it divides people instead of bringing them together. This is some of the worst the internet has to offer. (The flickr "Jerry Springer.") The other picture is some of the best.

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