Perhaps I beat a dead horse. But I've actually had dead horses before, and I expended no effort resisting any urge to beat them. With moderate to average experience on this website, I surmise the censorship to be fully automated (and therefore, fully nonsensical). My educated guess is that there is "software" included in the package of website construction that searches for certain words and without any regard to context, inserts the "bubblegum" substitute. On frequent occasions, this becomes ridiculous. I used the term "retarded" to describe my OWN sensibilities, and it was altered. I can only wonder (maybe I'll try it) if I should try to convey technical information regarding retarded ignition in certain handloads as a safety consideration. (e-mail or PM me if these words here are "handicappedly" deleted or substituted). Some may question my expertise if I try to warn them of bubblegummed ignition with certain primer choices and certain powders. I've never experienced "bubblegummed" ignition, but retarded ignition is a significant concern. "Hell" is a real place for some, actually mentioned in the Bible. Even most athesists and agnostics have experienced a version of it on this earth (Haedes equivalent in case it didn't come through here). "Bastard" is a definitive term, in the most politically correct dictionaries on the face of the earth, (and perhaps less significantly in some views in the Bible), and some actually wear the title proudly (in case it didn't survive the ROBOCENSOR, it defines a person of questionable lineage, particularly on the paternal side). Is there some way to turn down the dial a bit??? I agree that FRNORK (equivalent) does not belong here, but there needs to be some way that regularly recognized and definitive terms in the English language can be allowed on a regular basis. I know other websites that fully allow recognized literary terms, while disallowing the truly vulgar. On occasion there is a fine line, but the line here is written with a fat Kindergarten Crayola.