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I mistakenly attributed this to Compuserve.
I stand corrected and would like to set the record straight.
> # Sort of like when Compuserve decided to filter all *bad* words from email.
> # One of the words they eliminated was *breast*. They forgot that *breast
> # cancer* and its cure are of interest to all of us.
> That was actually AOL that decided breast was a word they wouldn't let
> anyone use. They relented after being flamed mercilessly for the reason
> you cite.
> chuck -dot- melikian -at- tek,com