Paul and Porn

Paul's return to the internet last night took a bit of a fork when the subject of porn came up.

Paul opined that porn was "bad" and one of his problems, citing a tracking program that shared your internet history with a selected person to help one in the struggle for avoiding viewing porn on the internet.

I support Paul's opinion and concerns, but ascribe to Josh's attitude that if you plot out a bell shaped curve of porn use, most of us fall in the "normal" range.

Also, Paul, if you're reading this, check out E-Harmony, POF or Match.com, dating and relationships are a numbers game, I used Match.com for years and think I found someone, and had an interesting time in the process. I'm a pretty shy person and kept having relationships at work, and that just kept ending badly for me, internet dating is a great way of getting out of your social click at work or the god awful blind dates your friends hook you up with. The dating sites are a good way of finding someone with a similar belief system. (Or as in my case a hot, tall, thin, Korean artist)

Welcome back to the internets Paul.