Fuck is just French for seal (phoque).
Vaughn La Force wrote:To paraphrase the principle attributed to Albert Einstein, "One cannot simultaneously plan for peace and prepare for war."
paul wheaton wrote:Every person with the word "f***" on their lips has power over the people that choose to fear it.
Lynn Jacobs wrote: But we should have high standards for ourselves and others, especially if you really want to spread permaculture to the world. Don't drag it down into the muck.
Paul, that's pretty lame. You actually think you (and the others approving of this) have power over people because you cuss and people don't like it? There is no fear involved, just your childish ego.
There is no fear involved, just your childish ego.
I also have great reluctance to share this site with many of my friends, because I know that they, too, would be offended by your language and attitude.
paul wheaton wrote:Yesterday I heard Jocelyn say "Oh fudge" and I thought: Jocelyn is living a smaller life. Because of the shamers she is saying "fudge" instead of "fuck." The shamers have suppressed Jocelyn from living a full and glorious life. To what end? Some perverted sense of decency?
paul wheaton wrote:For those people that want ...
On the topic at hand, I personally like a little "salt" on my fries, so to speak
I think if I were powerfully motivated to infect as many minds as possible with the permaculture meme, I might be moved to speak a little more like a prime time news anchor and a little less like a construction worker.
I try not to use "fuck" around folks who don't feel comfortable with it out of respect for them.
It reminds me of this: