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At this time, I won't be introducing a swearing filter.

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disappointing but thanks for the response anyway

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Well is there an addon that let you turn the bad words off if you want? Like per user setting? I know that it can be done in phpBB.
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I would kind of hope that no 7-12 year olds are allowed online without parental supervision, let alone allowed on a forum with people who are in their late teens to early 20s and older. I usually watch my mouth around certain people, I admit that. I swear on here if I feel it's necessary, and if I do I believe it wouldn't be too foul mouthed as I keep that to places like twitter where my friends know how I speak.

At the end of the day, if there were to be a word filter on this forum, people would find a way around it as they did on Dgof.


You say that, but how many parents don't care if their kids are on facebook, myspace and twitter? The minimum age is 13, yet there are plenty of kids who are underage and are online, and their parents either let them on, or just don't care.

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That is the parent's fault, why should we be put out because parent's are parenting their child?

if you don't want to swear - fine, you do that, but those who do shouldn't have to stop because ~oh noes~ a child will see.

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At this time, I won't be introducing a swearing filter.

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Taking notes from Delta and her album release strategy, I see.

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well regardless of what you think of believe, I still think a filter should be setup for inappropriate language

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Always remember swearing is a sign of weakness !

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I'm a very strong person and I take offense to that ^ just because someone swears does not mean they are weak.
That is the most ridiculous saying I've ever heard.

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Well lucky for us we are all free on what we think about it.

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no. People find other ways of saying swear words anyway. Like the f word as phuck and sex as secks etc

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Well aussiemusiclover.doesn't even have a clue: http://deltadaily.co...0449#entry10449
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I like Katie's idea of an optional swear filter. So if someone registers with their birthday under 16 years old it'll automatically be set. I don't know if that's even possible, but if it is, I'd like credit for the idea. Hehe xx.

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I like Katie's idea of an optional swear filter. So if someone registers with their birthday under 16 years old it'll automatically be set. I don't know if that's even possible, but if it is, I'd like credit for the idea. Hehe xx.


actually, that is a good idea, or possibly an option for a word filter in the UserCP, that way, those who want unfiltered have it, and those who want filtered, also have the option

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well regardless of what you think of believe, I still think a filter should be setup for inappropriate language

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Always remember swearing is a sign of weakness !


it also shows a lack of a vocabulary

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But swearing is considered an "Adult language". People swear, it's a part of life, I think if you don't like it you'll just have to ignore it. Lots of things I don't like, that I have to learn to ignore. Ignoring swearing can be your thing.


not everyone swears. What we have to understand is that this is an all-ages community, and be respectful of that.
You're not going to walk up to your Grandparents or your 6y/o cousin and say "How the **** are you?", you respect the company you are around.

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I disagree. Whenever I visit my grandmother's grave, that is always what I yell at her tombstone.
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well regardless of what you think of believe, I still think a filter should be setup for inappropriate language

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Always remember swearing is a sign of weakness !


it also shows a lack of a vocabulary

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Your arbitrary suggestion that the casual utilisation of expletive language is somehow indicative of lingusitic deficiency is outrageously insulting.
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But swearing is considered an "Adult language". People swear, it's a part of life, I think if you don't like it you'll just have to ignore it. Lots of things I don't like, that I have to learn to ignore. Ignoring swearing can be your thing.


not everyone swears. What we have to understand is that this is an all-ages community, and be respectful of that.
You're not going to walk up to your Grandparents or your 6y/o cousin and say "How the **** are you?", you respect the company you are around.

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Mind you, there are some groups of people where you can get away with swearing while others you just don't do it.

Like you may get away with it with some of your friends, but you wouldn't get away with it with your teachers and such.
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well regardless of what you think of believe, I still think a filter should be setup for inappropriate language

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Always remember swearing is a sign of weakness !


it also shows a lack of a vocabulary

Kind Regards,

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Your "Kind Regards" is condescending.

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well regardless of what you think of believe, I still think a filter should be setup for inappropriate language

Kind Regards,

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Always remember swearing is a sign of weakness !


it also shows a lack of a vocabulary

Kind Regards,

aussiemusiclover


Your arbitrary suggestion that the casual utilisation of expletive language is somehow indicative of lingusitic deficiency is outrageously insulting.


You could ask many people their opinion on this topic and they would inform you that swearing does shows a lack of a vocabulary.

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well regardless of what you think of believe, I still think a filter should be setup for inappropriate language

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Always remember swearing is a sign of weakness !


it also shows a lack of a vocabulary

Kind Regards,

aussiemusiclover


Your arbitrary suggestion that the casual utilisation of expletive language is somehow indicative of lingusitic deficiency is outrageously insulting.


You could ask many people their opinion on this topic and they would inform you that swearing does shows a lack of a vocabulary.

Kind Regards,

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Why don't you go and add a poll to this topic?
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So would the poll be asking if swearing shows a lack of vocabulary, or whether a filter should be setup?

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