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My Cyber Law professor is a freak. Big time. I know that I've said he has a nerdy quality to him, but wow, he's a freak.

Last night in class we watched a movie. Pirates of the Silicon Valley. That was a made for TV movie which right away tells you that there won't be any major sex or violence. Our Professor said that he had edited out the commercials for us. Okay, cool. He also said that he edited out all the violence (a few scenes with people throwing punches), the drug scenes (dropping acid, smoking pot, etc.), and the sex scenes (Steve Jobs having a daughter with a woman he wasn't married to). We laughed and thought he was joking. He wasn't. He did edit out all the violence, drug scenes, and sex. From a made for TV movie. It's not like this was rated R or something, it ran on network TV!!! *sigh* Freak. The movie made very little sense with everything he cut out. On the bright side, it made it shorter which means we got out of class a bit early.

His reasoning for editing out the violence and the drugs was that he didn't think it was morally acceptable. His reasoning for editing out the sex scenes and the birth of Steve Job's daughter was because not everyone in the class was married (only about three of us are) and therefore the majority of the class wouldn't understand where the baby came from in the first place. He let us married folk know about Jobs having a kid and that he named one of his first computers after her.

This is a law school class. Everyone has been to college and everyone is over 21. This is a class of second and third years. And he thinks that some of us might not know how babies are made. How sad is that?

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