in reply to non-business language

How about a simpler solution? Can't people just tone down the language a little bit? I'm against corporate censorship and government censorship, but I'm all for self censorship. Profanity isn't inherently wrong, but it is very unprofessional and it occasionally detracts from my ability to keep this site open in my browser at work. That's the reality of working in a corporate environment.

I'm starting to feel a little like Ned Flanders myself. But gosh darn it to heck, these potty mouths need a swat on the caboose! Diddly doodly.