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SubjectRe: Not a bible thumper. . .
martin@zamenhof.demon.co.uk (Martin Radford)  wrote on 22.07.96 in <m0ui8WO-0004mTC@zamenhof.demon.co.uk>:

> users. Would anyone want their child to learn the word "fuck" because
> their operating system used it? I think not!

I've read this one several times now, and it still makes no sense to me.

In my experience, children are the part of the population that most often
use what English-speaking people call "four-letter-words". They usually
learn them from their peers.

Do you really think they need an OS kernel message to learn those words?
Most probably know them even before they can read.

MfG Kai

(Well, I've been _trying_ to keep out today. Grmpf.)


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