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We all know what is "acceptable" -- and arguments about smarts, politics,
or even grammar are not part of this discussion.
We don't use baby-talk in public, we don't use tech-talk in bed
(hopefully), so we should all be able to agree that profanity is
unacceptable on line.
I'm done. Where do I deposit my 2 cents?
--Howard Gold howardg -at- savvy -dot- com
Computer columnist for _Ohio Valley Computing_
Co-Author of the IDG book _Internet Gizmos for Windows_
"I would say it was hogwash if I knew exactly what hogwash was."
-- AM Rosenthal