&*%$ words

Subject: &*%$ words
From: Shelley Larock <larock -at- TYCHO -dot- ARH -dot- CDC -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 26 Jul 1994 18:19:11 GMT

Well I have to agree with Matt. If a person doesn't think that an
expletive or any other word is appropriate to put in their message, then
don't put it. And don't put any version of it either, because I'm sure
everyone here is smart enought to figure it out. If someone doesn't
think the "f word" is right to say, then I assume they won't want to
think it either.

It kind of brings us back to the earlier discussion where someone
said something to the tune of "think the thought, do the deed."
Either way, the "bad word" comes shining through. I don't think
that using mild expletives is going to turn this list into
a locker room-type conversation list.

Of course we could always use those [beaver] DAM (I haven't sworn yet)
emoticons to show our feelings. >:| I'm sure there's some people
who would just *love* that.

Just my It's-almost-deadline-time opinion.

Shelly La Rock
larock -at- tycho -dot- arh -dot- cdc -dot- com

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