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2-01-2012 @ 4:39PM
As a parent, I don't want my kids using either term. There is no difference in calling someone an ahole or a bhole. My daughters often sit with me and play WoW and I really have to watch what they see and hear. I use a chat addon so I can control what words are filtered. That is not the job of Blizzard, the community or society, its solely mine and my wife's job. As far as the great Christian remark, part of the christian faith is the understanding that we are not great (or perfect) and never will be. Part of not being perfect is we also make stupid comments and mistakes, but we should always remember not to lay blame on someone today, for something we were doing yesterday. Set your filter how you want, no one is ever going to agree on what is "good" or "bad" language. I just wish blizz would add in the ability to modify it.
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