[Hpr] SFW vs. NSFW

cobra2 cobra2 at cctracker.org
Wed Feb 6 14:49:21 PST 2013


I'm not sure if that was a complement or a slap in the face. Well written, sir. 

Klaatu <klaatu at straightedgelinux.com> wrote:

>On Wednesday, February 06, 2013 09:40:04 AM Russ Woodman wrote:
>> My shows should be considered NSFW to be on the safe side, though
>most of
>> them probably would be all right.
>> 
>> K5TUX
>> 
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>May I just say how much an honour it is to be on a mailing list that
>takes 
>itself so unseriously that when an admin asks "is your show NSFW?", we
>get 
>answers like:
>
>"My shows are SFW but shouldn't be" 
>
>"My shows should be considered NSFW to be on the safe side, though most
>of 
>them probably would be all right."
>
>"I don't so much swear as induce it in others."
>
>And all the other great responses (including the boring guy who said
>his shows 
>were SFW when in fact he has episodes about urban camping and fake ID
>cards). 
>
>On any other list, people would have given a straight answer and that
>would 
>have been that.
>
>And no, I'm not being sarcastic. If HPR loses this screw-you attitude,
>then 
>we'll know we've all been absorbed by The Man. Keep it up, us!
>
>- klaatu
>
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