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Mesg #91648 "bad language and parental filters."
Author Weird Jim     Click to send email to this author Click to send private message to this author Click to view this author's profile Click to add this author to your buddy list
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Date Wed Oct-10-12 10:26 PM
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Fri Oct-12-12 12:38 AMby Weird Jim

I was swishing around my mind wondering if I'd be up to doing NaNo this year and I went to the Nano site. I think it was in the terms where a mention was made about language and the fact that many schools had filters that blocked material even if it had one bad word.

That made me start wondering what a bad word was. I have a free book up on Smashwords, aimed mainly at young people. It has one (1) damn and one (1) bitch.

Does anyone know if these are bad enough to trip a filter. If they are, and I altered to d*** and b**** would they get through? I get far more views than downloads, but I suppose that's to be expected.

Thanks.

Weird Jim

"Good reading is the only test of good writing"
Robertson Davies. A voice from the attic 1960

  

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