Re: &*%$ words

Subject: Re: &*%$ words
From: Debbie Molinaro <MollyDee -at- AOL -dot- COM>
Date: Sun, 31 Jul 1994 01:46:28 EDT

Shelly La Rock <larock -at- tycho -dot- arh -dot- cdc -dot- com> wrote:
>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

I have to disagree here. I might very well type sh*t because I know very well
that you know very well what I wanted to say. I don't know how it is on the
rest of the net, but that little asterisk keeps me from getting kicked off
aol. (It's a family service.)
George Carlin addressed this issue some 20 years ago... he did a routine
about seven words you couldn't say on TV. But now we see how times have
changed. I think they're saying all but one of them on the major networks.
Now, someone ought to do a post on the seven words you can't post on the
What the hey, though. Some folks offend easily. Other folks couldn't even get
Cover Girl to make them blush.

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