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By Gary Brookins and Susie MacNelly
Oct 5, 2017
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Oct 7, 2017
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    wirepunchr  2 months ago

    I wonder where the #%*π# he learned that kind of language.

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    lambert2015  2 months ago

    I am well into my sixties, pushing 70. For the life of me I do not understand the use of the “F” word for everything…verb, adverb, noun, pronoun, people, place, thing, group, etc. I still cringe hearing it and now it has become such a common and crude normal use of a word. Please help me understand!

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    Linguist  2 months ago

    Profanity has it’s place but I have always felt that it’s overuse was a sign of a person’s intellectual insecurity and inability to articulate.

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    BiathlonNut  2 months ago

    Right, LINGUIST. I always thought profanity was the result of a weak mind trying to express itself.

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    LesliePiper  2 months ago

    Except, as I mention in my earlier comment, when one’s life and purpose have been extremely simplified. Then, the language often suits the environment.

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    JD'Huntsville'AL  2 months ago

    You can thank Hollywood. Once they changed the rating from Vulgarity to Adult Language they started teaching our children that profanity is how all adults talk, hence they now do it.

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    TomS1945  2 months ago

    It’s called “the dumbing down of America” – started with the ‘70s when a child couldn’t be failed for fear of damaging its little ego. We see the result now…

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    alan.court  2 months ago

    Enough of these F!@#$ing replies

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    tad1  2 months ago

    OH, @#%^$#!!!!

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