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The #@*&! Problem

lludwig Wrote: Jun 18, 2012 2:12 PM
What is their f*&king problem. It is custom to use the f word in England and it is used routinely. They need to grow the hell up!
pascagoulapappy Wrote: Jun 18, 2012 3:34 PM
Schidt! You are soooo phukken gross!!
Milt37 Wrote: Jun 18, 2012 3:28 PM
Spoken like a true intellect.

I'm giving you the benefit of the doubt that you're trying to be sarcastic.

The Brits have been F'd up since 1776, and have gone steadily downhill ever since. I don't think it has anything to do word usage. Just the lack of brain usage.
lludwig Wrote: Jun 18, 2012 4:44 PM
Yes - sarcasms works, but the usage of four letter words does not constitute a low IQ. What does constitute a low IQ are these idiots that wage war on people who use these words to emphasize anger or surprise or even joy are so intimidated like four year old children, instead of heeding the message. I think it would be much more productive if these small minded idiots would wage war on pedophiles or rapist, the kind of people who are actually foul.
AliveInHim Wrote: Jun 18, 2012 5:09 PM
The constant use of four letter words might not indicate a low IQ, but it surely indicates a lack of imagination. I'm not necessarily for legislating against such garbage, and I do appreciate the occasional use of a sharp word or phrase in some situations, but the overuse of such stuff to me is a turnoff.

That said, I find the internet joke showing a gasoline marquee advertising prices ranging from 'LOL' to 'WTF' absolutely hilarious. Truer words were never spoken!

BY A VOTE of 183-50, town meeting members in Middleborough, Mass., last week approved a bylaw making public cursing a civil offense and authorizing police to enforce the ban by fining offenders $20.

Town Hall may find it hard to collect on those fines. Assuming Cohen v. California is still good law, the First Amendment's protection of free speech extends to using four-letter words in public, and as soon as the new ordinance is challenged it will almost certainly be struck down. Legally, town authorities don't have a leg to stand on. But their concern with enforcing public standards...

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