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By jardinier ·
I thought this was rather quaint. It is copied as is from the Code of Conduct of a UK based religious forum website.

http://www.comparative-religion.com/forum/code-of-conduct.php

3 ? LANGUAGE

Please also note that swearing is not permitted - this is not an adult site. If you really feel the need to swear then censor the f****** words yourself. Use st*rs or bl_nks to censor the words. Lesser slang words are acceptable, but vocabulary general not deemed acceptable for family viewing should not be used. If you don?t censor yourself, then the forum software and or the site staff may do this for you.

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by artzelda In reply to Forum censorship

Bottom line everyone knows a swear and profanity when they see it. If the site wants to censor it, then, in my opinion, they are entirely within their rights to do so.

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Obviously you have missed the point

by jardinier In reply to Censoring

My post is intended to be HUMOUROUS in that the website has used the word f*cking as an example of how words may be disguised.

Here is the relevant part again:

If you really feel the need to swear then censor the f****** words yourself. Use st*rs or bl_nks to censor the words.

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Bluddy $#@%&?*&$# duplicate post !!!!

by jardinier In reply to Censoring

If you are reading this Jay or any other staff member of TR, please note that when I submitted this post I got the message: "Page cannot be found."

Stupidly, instead of using another browser to see if the post had in fact registered, I submitted the post a second time and again got the message: "Page cannot be found."

Now whatever happened that that neat new feature of PREVENTING duplicate posts?

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