On Mon, May 12, 2014 at 2:42 PM, geni <geniice(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 12 May 2014 07:29, Russavia <russavia.wikipedia(a)gmail.com> wrote:
individual to promote hooks, and that it should
taken up with them. I remember getting a response that it would be
inappropriate to have "foul" language (or a photo thereof) visible like
that on the front page, even though it certainly wasn't foul language at
all....it's simply the name of the town.
No it isn't and you know that.
Of course it is, because it was clearly given context. If it was just a
photo of that sign and nothing more, then one could rightly say it is what
one would likely think.
But when given context: "that the Austrian town of Fucking installed
theft-resistant road signs in 2005 because the signs were frequently stolen
by tourists?" it is indeed just a sign for the town, and nothing more than
Like the Fucking police chief said on the issue of theft of the signs: "[w]hat
they are, I am not at liberty to disclose, but we will not stand for the
Fucking signs being removed. It may be very amusing for you British, but
Fucking is simply Fucking to us. What is this big Fucking joke? It is
That others read more into than this shows that the issue clearly lays with
them....just like the non-issue on Commons.