[bksvol-discuss] Re: a quandry

Shane, clearly u don't have kids, (smile) else you'd know that the f
word is everyday fare in the schoolyard.  Sorry to say it, but it
is--& worse.  So, I think it shouldn't be classified as adult for
merely that reason, when that particular word is actually part &
parcel of kids' standard operating vocabulary, much as we may & many
of us do wish it were otherwise.  HTH.

On 10/1/07, Mike and Lori Castner <mandlcastner@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> For occasional profanity? I would say no.
> Mike
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> From: "Shane Christenson" <drummershane@xxxxxxxxxx>
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>
> > Hi listers. I'm about to submit a book for validation, but I have a
> > delemma. Although the book contains no sexual explicitness, There are some
> > small hints of occasional profanity, including the use of f*ck once or
> > twice in the book. Should I still check the box for adult content? Thanks.
> >
> > Shane
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