SpotTheCat wrote:edit: it changes anything ending in ing to four stars, making it harder to get the idea of what you're saying.
excession wrote:so is **** a badword then?
axeman wrote:Maybe you could leave out F S C K for the linux forum?
derFunkenstein wrote:Oh, interesting. Now when you quote someone, you don't see what they wrote...so it's apparently stored as "****" instead of the original word.
Kevin wrote:I think it's always done that.
derFunkenstein wrote:Not that it matters, but I went into a PM that predates the new filter, and when I hit "quote" it shows the unfiltered word. If I quote something that's post-new-filter, it shows as asterisks. However, if I *edit* something I posted, it shows the real word still. This filter is **** up, yo
action jim wrote:No, I'm saying "If someone is an @sshole online, odds are they are an @sshole IRL, or would be an @ssole if they had the chance." You're saying there's no correlation, which I think is 100% off.
PerfectCr wrote:thegleek wrote:****
thegleek wrote:Did you know as a factoid, that kids in India and pretty much many other Eastern countries, the word **** is not a bad word and is learned at a very early age and is used quite commonly in everyday language?
thegleek wrote:I'm on high-probation around here now, so I'm trying not to shake things up for me!
Capsaicin wrote:Kevin wrote:A little too long staring at the screen, huh?You need to work on your reading compression.
just brew it! wrote:There's some really nasty stuff going around these days. I first became familiar with RootkitRevealer this past spring when my oldest daughter managed to get her PC infected with some sort of stealth/trojan hacked FTP server. That thing was a bitch to track down, identify and remove. Finally managed to identify the files (with the assistance of RootkitRevealer), and was able to remove them by starting a recovery console from the Windows install CD. Safe Mode didn't even cut it, because the rootkit was installed in such a way that it loaded even when the system was started in Safe Mode.