‘Coach’ Dave Wants Porn Banned to Spare Him the Temptation

“Coach” Dave Daubenmire thinks we should ban pornography because whenever he gets popup ads on his computer for porn sites, he’s strongly tempted to visit them. So we have to start locking people up to spare him the terrible temptation of looking at the porn. Because “smaller government,” I’m sure.

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  • John Pieret

    “This may seem really radical to you, but we seem to be rational people here in America.”

    All too few, Dave, as you demonstrate.

  • http://festeringscabofrealityblogspot.com fifthdentist

    Does anyone have the Conservative Dictionary definition of “personal responsibility.” Or “Christian love,” for that matter?

  • colnago80

    I guess that ole Dave has never heard of popup blockers.

  • Olav

    Dentist, this Christian Love of which you speak, isn’t he a famous pornstar?

  • hunter

    I have to wonder what kinds of sites he’s visiting to begin with — I never get pop-ups for porn sites.

  • raven

    WTH. I never get popup ads. I have a few simple blockers that came with my systems.

    Maybe coach Dave should find a school kid and have them adjust the settings on his browser.

    And BTW, AFAIK, you don’t get porno popup ads unless you have been visiting porno sites in the first place. I can’t see FTB’s, Amazon, or Yahoo permitting porno popups.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1017276335 Strewth

    Christian (and other religious) sites are notorious for being ridden with malware.

    That aside, does anyone have a record of how ol’ Coach reacted to the proposed New York ban on giant soft drinks?

  • corwyn

    How about we legalize it instead?… Oh wait.

  • busterggi

    But, but Christians claim to have the best sex lives! How could mere porn tempt him?

  • Chiroptera

    …he’s strongly tempted to visit them.

    Would it really be a problem if he does visit them?

  • dave

    @fifthdentist:

    Does anyone have the Conservative Dictionary definition of “personal responsibility.”

    People doing things I dont like should suffer consequences.

  • dingojack

    The ‘Coach’ obviously thinks along the lines of ‘suffer the little children unto me…”

    Dingo

    ——–

    Nice to see the ‘coach’ aligns himself with the party of ‘personal responsibility’ as opposed to those who support ‘the nanny state’ [/sarcasm]

  • D. C. Sessions

    Hey, Coach! I think your Bible has a solution to this problem: Matthew 18:19

  • Taz

    “We want to ban guns”

    Bullshit. No one (or almost no one) wants to ban guns.

    “We want to ban drunk driving”

    We have banned drunk driving. That’s how you ban things, Dave. By making them illegal.

  • Taz

    Also, try a popup blocker you moron.

  • eric

    The joy of targeted advertising is that complaints like this provide a fairly good insight into the search terms he’s using and the sites he’s visiting. :)

  • cptdoom

    So, does that mean we can ban religious sites, ’cause every time I see an online ad for one of those, I’m suddenly tempted to join a church again. Oh, wait, no I’m not.

  • zmidponk

    Sounds like he and the current British PM, David Cameron, would get along like a house on fire. Cameron doesn’t quite want porn banned, he wants porn, along with ‘violent or extreme content’ and ‘content of an esoteric nature’ (which sounds to me like it could almost literally mean anything at all) put on a filter which is turned on by default and which you actually have to get your ISP to turn off, and this is now in operation. However, it hit what can only be very generously described as ‘teething problems’, as the filtering system filtered things like non-pornographic LGBT sites, support sites for abused children and, at one point, Amnesty International, as well as not blocking some sites with some pretty hardcore porn. It also took all of about a day for someone to code an extension for Chrome called ‘Go Away Cameron’ which totally bypassed the filters completely.

    That’s what people like Cameron and ‘Coach’ Dave don’t seem to understand – even leaving aside any issues of freedom of speech, or freedom of choice, it’s very difficult to actually block or ban what you want to block or ban, whilst avoiding blocking or banning things you don’t, and usually ends up being somewhat trivial for folk to bypass these blocks or bans if they really want to.

  • http://timgueguen.blogspot.com timgueguen

    Given the kind of mindset Coach Dave represents it’s possible his supposed porn popups are something most of us wouldn’t think of as pornographic.

  • Synfandel

    Do we have to ban any ad that makes us “strongly tempted” to buy the product that it’s advertising?

  • http://mostlyrational.net tacitus

    I suspect the type of ads “Coach” Dave is seeing aren’t pornography at all, just those slightly sleazy Outbrain and Taboola thumbnail ads that use images of hot women in bikinis and underwear as click bait for gossipy entertainment news sites.

    I’ve gotta admit that I’ve grown so sick of seeing ads for stories about Beyonce’s latest hair style, or Bieber’s top twn fashion disasters, that I’ve added rules to AdBlock to hide them.

  • http://drx.typepad.com Dr X

    WTH. I never get popup ads. I have a few simple blockers that came with my systems.

    Well, if his computer is badly infected from visiting lots of porn sites, he may get a lot of porn pop ups. He needs to learn how to use a couple of good anti-virus programs and exercise a little extra discretion, perhaps avoiding sites with names like Cleanup Hitters In Diapers and or Baaaahhhh. Nothing here against people who enjoy kinks, but I think you should check out site reputations before barreling into the periphery of online porn

  • haitied

    Sure while one of us unbelievers may utilize a pop-up blocker, He and many other God fearing ‘Mericans don’t believe in contraception.

  • grumpyoldfart

    @ #18

    Something similar happened in Australia. Filter hacked in thirty minutes.

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2007-08-27/teen-hacks-useless-govt-porn-filter/651366

  • sqlrob

    @hunter, #5

    I have to wonder what kinds of sites he’s visiting to begin with — I never get pop-ups for porn sites.

    You’re visiting the wrong types of sites then

    /rimshot

    //pun intended

  • samgardner

    “Why is it we lock up those who merely view pornography…”

    Disturbingly, I think Dave may have let us know what kind of porn he’s interested in, as there’s a fairly limited set that they’ll actually lock you up for viewing.

  • matty1

    @26 That makes it even more disturbing he was ever allowed near schools.

  • http://motherwell.livejournal.com/ Raging Bee

    What sort of websites does this guy look at that cause porn popup ads to appear on his PC? I only see such popups when I’m already looking at porn sites, and even then it doesn’t happen that often.

    I gotta go with samgardner here: this idiot’s obsessions say more about him than they do about the porn itself.

  • tsig

    He can’t control his penis so he want’s someone else to do it for him?

  • Synfandel

    He can’t control his penis so he want’s someone else to do it for him?

    Don’t knock having someone else control your penis until you’ve tried it.

  • dingojack

    Tsig – see the footnote to mine #12.

    ;/ Dingo

  • marym

    Daub’s son was convicted of pandering child porn back in ’08. According to the news reports at the time, sonny boy had been collecting child porn since he was about 15 until his arrest at age 24. The child porn pandering was done on the family computer at the Daub household. Daub has stated that his son was looking at slutty 15 and 16 yo girls not prepubescent children. He blames teen girls for being provocative. But the district attorney would not have pressed charges if there had been any question about the girls’ ages. The photos had to have been of prepubescent girls. But Daub doesn’t want to believe his son is a pervert. It’s the slutty girls and the porn industry’s doing. Hence Daub’s stance on the “scourge of pornography”.

    Sonny boy served one year probation and is on the sex offenders’ registry for ten years.