> Once again, I remind our speakers that some of our audience may be
> composed of people who still have to watch over their shoulders for
> parents, or people with at-work email being watched by Big Brother. I'm
> not suggesting that we should try to censor ourselves to a G-rated or
> even PG-13 rated level, but let's at least try to keep the material out
> of the subject lines.
I'd like to second that. I have been slightly embarassed over the last
couple of days. Colleagues at work and kids at home. Only a lurker, but I'd
hate to have to unscribe because I was worried about inappropriate subject
lines showing up in my post.
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