• No. All the porn viewings in my history would be way too embarrassing, and no, I would miss my porn too much, to ever give it up.
  • How is that pertinent to anything?
    • Linda Joy
      How is your answer pertinent to anything it didn't even answer the question. But I do love you being so generous with your useless answers so I can collect all these useless points you give me every time you don't answer my questions and put them back at the front of the questions list so others will see it and give me even more worthless points! You're so generous with your useless answers! And they make you look so SMART! You must be so very pleased with your contributions here! How did we ever manage without you? !
  • anyone can check my history not a problem
  • You might be surprised at how much of your browsing history is already being followed without your knowledge. Facebook and others are notorious for it. They sell the info to advertisers, who will then customize the advertising to what you are going to see on the different sites you visit.. I don't want to give up the internet for one month, let alone twelve.
    • Linda Joy
      I know they do. I don't care. It does help me see more of what interests me and less of what doesn't. And almost all sites do that unless you block cookies and if you do that you limit your ability to experience the full effect of curling into that internet tube and riding that wave all the way to completion!
    • Ice man
      Have you been drinking "Shirley Temples" again ? I use some really heavy duty ad blockers and I don't see any ads at all.
  • i dont google bad foul stuff but id hate to be out of net 12 months
  • My history isn't the least bit scandalous....well, unless you're talking about the browser I use to watch old TV shows, because the ads sometimes jump to porn sites. But what I, actually browse? Nothing for me to be the least bit embarrassed about. "Life lesson" I learned a very long time ago: If there's some thing - some habit or practice or whatever - that you don't want people to find out about, stop doing it.
  • The Latter. By principle. " Saying you don't care about your privacy because you've got nothing to hide, is like saying you don't care about freedom of speech because you've got nothing to say. - Edward Snowden.
    • Linda Joy
      For once I disagree with you. I don't think the two are comparable. But your answer did cause me to widen my perspective, so thank you.
    • Creamcrackered
      No worries.

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