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Lucent Linda Harrison has been at it again, annoying the punters and generally making a nuisance of herself. With regard to her Kiddie porn found on pawned computer, Lieutenant Longstay reckons we should cut the cottaging and get some proper work done:

I think you should change www.theregister.co.uk to www.binbagfullofgoatswank.co.uk which would far more accurately reflect the shit what you pepper over the pages. BT are satanic that's hardly news is it, they've been ripping people of for years, i owe them a agrand and they can fuck off as far as I'm concerned. The rest of it you fill up with tits, cocks, porn and wanking. NOthing wrong with that but you pretend its news when it isn't. Some bloke in America gets child porn on his computer, as if I give a shit, it's not like he lives up the road is it, one person out of how many who live in there poxy country, this is the sort of shit that get's printed in newspapers to prove the internet is evil. The same thing happened to that baldy Glitter, do you wanna be in my gang, no thanks because you'll trunk my arse, a few months back so he's not the first child porn is very evil but Americans and Eruopeans are all sexual deviants anyway, and the fucking welsh, so that don't make it headline stuff. Your storuies must come from spending to long hanging around public toilets, fuck off and get real jobs.

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