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Protect Your Penis Texasesss

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Posted by Witch Hazel | Posted in iPhone, penis text, poon text, tech talk, text messages, texting while stupid | Posted on 23-12-2009

A new iPhone app has your future political career in mind.  It’s called “Safe Sexting” and it allows you to send pics of your nether regions and other bits, but covers up the nasty parts… so those pics don’t come back to haunt you when you’re….sayyyyyy, about to star in a Disney movie or run for mayor of Detroit or sumthin’.
Apparently the folks at Apple think sexting is so serious that they needed to approve this app. Actually, some 30% of 17 year olds say they’ve received a sext (nasty asses). 15% of all teenagers have gotten a sex text.

So, here’s how Safe Sexting works…

  1. Download the app.
  2. Open the app and you’ll see 4 options to censor your pic.
  3. Select from the Small Box, Large Box, Head Box and a semi-transparent Red Silk. 

4.     Take picture.
5.     Send the picture.

Easy enough, right?
And if all else fails, there’s actually a friggin’ sexting PSA to help you clueless kids out.

But, seriously, if you can’t see the peen, what’s the point? You’ve already been imagining what the thing looks like anyway.
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Block Kids From Texting While Driving

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Posted by Piper from the Brew | Posted in text messages, texting while stupid | Posted on 05-10-2009

A new service allows parents to put the brakes on their kids’ texting while driving habit. It’s called TXTBlocker and it allows parents (and employers) to disable texting functions, block numbers and permit calls that are on a preset safe list.
To set it up, go to the TXTBlocker site, log on and choose the settings to block the phone. It’s supposed to work automatically, so users don’t have to remember to turn it on and off. It’s not clear if the phone detects when you’re going at higher speeds though. Otherwise, how would it know when you’re behind the wheel? Will it crap out if you’re on a bus? The jury’s out on that.

The service costs $9.99/month plus a one-time activation fee of $24.99.
Sounds like some big brother isht to me. But whatever keeps the kid safe, I guess?
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Block Kids From Texting While Driving

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Posted by admin | Posted in text messages, texting while stupid | Posted on 05-10-2009

A new service allows parents to put the brakes on their kids’ texting while driving habit. It’s called TXTBlocker and it allows parents (and employers) to disable texting functions, block numbers and permit calls that are on a preset safe list.
To set it up, go to the TXTBlocker site, log on and choose the settings to block the phone. It’s supposed to work automatically, so users don’t have to remember to turn it on and off. It’s not clear if the phone detects when you’re going at higher speeds though. Otherwise, how would it know when you’re behind the wheel? Will it crap out if you’re on a bus? The jury’s out on that.

The service costs $9.99/month plus a one-time activation fee of $24.99.
Sounds like some big brother isht to me. But whatever keeps the kid safe, I guess?
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Block Kids From Texting While Driving

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Posted by Elphaba Of The Brew | Posted in text messages, texting while stupid | Posted on 05-10-2009

A new service allows parents to put the brakes on their kids’ texting while driving habit. It’s called TXTBlocker and it allows parents (and employers) to disable texting functions, block numbers and permit calls that are on a preset safe list.
To set it up, go to the TXTBlocker site, log on and choose the settings to block the phone. It’s supposed to work automatically, so users don’t have to remember to turn it on and off. It’s not clear if the phone detects when you’re going at higher speeds though. Otherwise, how would it know when you’re behind the wheel? Will it crap out if you’re on a bus? The jury’s out on that.

The service costs $9.99/month plus a one-time activation fee of $24.99.
Sounds like some big brother isht to me. But whatever keeps the kid safe, I guess?
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Tech Talk: Text With Your Voice

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Posted by Piper from the Brew | Posted in tech talk, text messages, text talk, texting while stupid | Posted on 30-09-2009


States are cracking down on cell phone use while driving. In Maryland, texting while driving becomes illegal tomorrow. If your lifestyle is too fast-paced to simply focus on driving while you drive, then check out Vlingo.

Vlingo is a voice-activated service that allows mobile users to press a button and simply talk their text messages, Google searches and even Facebook status updates. It works really well and, over time, the system even learns your voice. Vlingo works on Windows Mobile phones, iPhones, Blackberries and Nokia phones. Basic use is free but if you want to upgrade to sending texts and e-mail, you will have to pay for the app. It beats getting bailed out or getting a ticket though!

If paying for an app isn’t your thing, then check out DriveSafe.ly. It’s a free app that reads your emails and texts in real time.

Or you could just put your hands on the wheel and actually drive!

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