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1-22-2010 @ 3:18PM
We don't have to believe they're actually planning to rape someone for it to be offensive. We also don't have to turn a deaf ear to it for that reason. As I said above, if the community accepts offensive language than we're enabling these folks. There's nothing wrong with expecting people to use a little common sense, and show some restraint when they're interacting with strangers. That's necessary for social interaction in any setting. Just because some people don't think they need to bother doesn't mean we should look the other way.
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