While I posted the above in jest, your response makes me ponder then if Pete is correct or if it really isn't a TAZ violation and the TAZ staff member who deleted my post some time back for posting to a *remote* link that had a far less profane 'curse' word in it, citing it being a TAZ rules violation, was over-reaching a bit. The world may never know.No more so than using wtf, because I posted it using those characters (our built in censor would have made it all stars).
Depends, is there a TAZ rule (though not listed on the current https://theadminzone.com/help/terms) to prevent people from bypassing the censor or isn't there? Doing something like "F***" sure doesn't do much to hide what the intended word is; at the least it is much more apparent then "wtf".Um, no... unless you’re suggesting I censor “wtf”.
And I wasn’t being serious in response. The definition of admin is rule maker, not rule taker.If you reread how it started you'll see that it started in jest.
Apparently not, but isn’t that how forums continue to exist?