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Wednesday
Apr272011

COOL OR NOT COOL: Watching Porn At The Library

You know how sometimes you go to the public library to do some work or hang out or whatevs. And then after awhile you realize that you're not really getting anything done, and so then you start texting some friends, but no one is answering you back? So then you try talking to the dude next to you until you realize that he's homeless and is having a convo with a head of lettuce that he's dressed up with a wool hat and drawn eyes with a black magic marker on? And then you're just like: hmm...maybe I'll just pull up some hardcore pantyhose porn and jerk off right here at the public computers?

Just me?

Anyway, people are so fucking touchy these days!

Poor Santiago Real was trying to enjoy some good ole fashioned porny-porn-porn at the local BK library when some over-the-top pushy dude named Durall White noticed that Santi was watching two chicks getting gang banged instead of doing a Lexis-Nexis search or some shit. So Durall punched Santi, and-- BWHAHAHAHAHHHA--the dude got charged with assault and harassment. Meanwhile the porn dude just got charged with disorderly conduct.

The best part is though: this conduct is not even considered disorderly at the libz! In fact, if you'd like to watch porn there, alls you gots to do is ask for a "privacy screen." It's totes allowed!

So obvs, watching porn at the library is totally cool.

(via Village Voice)

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