Originally Posted by bwa
lol hold on. me flippin the bird and having "fuck you" on a shirt is work safe, but pics of clothed women isn't? haha, must be the nicotine withdrawal
Itís funny Ďcuz itís true!
Originally Posted by Odysseys
you know the rules, if someone post a picture of material that is not work safe, they need to do it.
in this case a moderator must have never seen this thread it in order for them to take action. and it was reported.
to which is NOT your fault BWA.
nor could the members that posted 1/2 naked pictures of women.
thats the moderators job to edit the title of the thread in this case.
BUT nudity or semi as such would could seem NWS needs to be labeled by THOSE that make the thread, OR keep the stuff in the hot babes forum!
end of story, and NO i am not nicotine withdrawaling
No disrespect to anyone, but Iíve said it before (and Iím still unclear) so Iíll say it again. . .
If your employer is that strict, maybe people shouldn't be visiting online chat rooms while AT WORK!
The internet isn't "work safe"! An image you didn't want to view can get you in trouble or a link you click can infect your computer or worse Ė your entire network is in jeopardy. As long as something that isnít actual nudity, porn/penetration, immoral, murder, involving children or anything illegal then why would it be considered ďNWSĒ?
Weíre all adults and even if we werenít, I havenít posted anything that I would want to shelter my mother or pre-teen nieces and nephews from.
I didnít post any images (nor did anyone else) that you donít find doing a Google search, on a Yahoo or MSN home page add link for Match.com or LavaLife.com, etc. I posted a few pics of cute girls wearing belly shirts and another woman walking down a public street during a St. Patrickís Day parade. Are belly shirts corrupt? The woman in the parade isnít wearing a tiny thong or being pursued by police. Does CLSB
now stand for ďC
ikersĒ or ďC
Maybe Iím missing something or (Iíll say it again) maybe when certain individuals are at work Ė THEY SHOULD WORK!
and not worry about a photo you could find in any magazine (FHM, Maxim, Muscle & Fitness, etc) at the grocery store or on a co-workers desk.
OK, let me get my Nomex suit ready. . . FLAME ON!