Dude checking out internet porn. Hotel San Jose, Austin. February 2007. You can count on me to watch the voyeurs!
Let us now consider a wanker who got canned for consummating his relationship with internet porn while at work. Of course dudes pornulate at work all the time, and doubtless a certain percentage get canned for it, but what makes this chappie somewhat remarkable is that he’s suing his former employer, IBM, claiming that he’s an internet porn addict and that this affliction should be recognized under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
My blaming time is limited today, so I can’t plumb the hilarity-depths of this vulgar absurdity to the degree it deserves, but I invite you to contemplate this tableau: thousands of internet porn addicts, their incontinent depravity happily re-designated as a “disability,” enjoying ADA-mandated broadband wanking stations in all public buildings. Also, because these unfortunates must jerk off using imagery of degraded women in order to live, the law mandates the production of porn, recasting pornographers as medical suppliers and porn actors as comfort women.