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Old 07-09-2011, 12:50 PM
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Default Re: Veiled Language in Posts;

Please don't get the wrong idea regarding this thread and its purpose in being posted.

I don't think we as a membership should consider implementation or exercise of this rule as censorship. It is simply a rule that will help to keep the posts here civil. We are fishermen, talking about fishing. The terminology that has had to be removed from posts was an unnecessary part of the text. Keeping a lid on the way things are expressed is a rule we have. The software is designed to automatically disallow certain words. When a person deliberately does a work around in order to use language that otherwise would be disallowed by the text writing program the intent is clear.

This does not mean that every piece of text is examined for 'purity' some things go through the forum without problems. The posts that end up altered or removed are those that draw reports from the membership. Every time this has happened the post in question went beyond anything that had been previously accepted and so was removed.

I hope this makes clear that the posts here are not dissected for any reasons whatever. If one is reported for content, spam, or any other reason then that post is examined.
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