To continue the discussion... we call such behavior "adult" and try to shield our children from it, right? Like "adult comedy", "adult movies", etc. So, if such subjects offend you as an adult does that mean you are still really a child? Or do you feel I’m still a child and you need to protect me from it because I’m the child? I say the “f word” and everyone knows what I’m saying, but if I actually typed it out I would offend some (lots of) people. If I get mad and say damn is that any worse than I get mad and say darn or dagnabit? I say no. It’s the anger that’s really the bad thing. I also say them kids in school talk, and said talk would make a sailor blush. I remember hiding Playboy’s and Hustler when I was a teen, but haven’t looked at one since I was 20. When I was 17 I said lots of swear words, but I don’t today. I understand that Comedy Central, BET, and other cable station will start to allow the f word to be said on cable TV, but BET bleeps out the n word. I am confused by all these standards. If you are mad and say the f word is that worse than saying it in jest? Those cars that started this here discussion were in jest. Well, maybe not the Clinton one. DASH PS I read somewhere the worst thing you can do to an adult is make them think.