Discretion, Propriety and Self-Censorship

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Posted by Jack ( on May 23, 2000 at 18:05:32:

Any one who knows me at all would probably know that I have never argued for censorship of any kind here at ch.com. If I have said anything, it is usually" if it feels good do it".

I am posting this from my public library - I swear. My home PC is down and I am trying to fix it. I had to stop in here for other business so I thought I would see what's up ( I am obsessed ).

Anyhow, up to this point I have always read and posted to ch.com from the sanctity of my home or my office.

Let me get to my stupid little point. When you look at ch.com in such a public place as a public library it really becomes apparent that we are out there for all the world to see. It is a big world and it includes young children and people who may be really unstable or in dire need.

This is not a cry for censorship nor is it a criticism of the content of ch.com. I would just remind everyone, particularly my stupid self, that we are really out there for the world to see. So, if you might not want your children or grandchildren, to be reading some of this stuff, maybe think twice about posting certain things.

We all have to make those judgement calls for ourselves. I would never make it for any one else.
This is just a stupid reminder that we are everywhere, including the public library in the stupid little village that I live in , on the Isle of Long.

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