Chamblee54

Profanity or Hannity

Posted in Religion by chamblee54 on April 21, 2008



The Blog-O-Cuss Meter - Do you cuss a lot in your blog or website?
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It is monday after work, and slack rules. What energy I had is long gone.
I started a nifty post about Truman Capote at lunch, but don’t feel like finishing it.
Not to worry, Renegade Evolution has the answer. She displayed something called the blog&website Cuss-o-meter. Ren copped a 34.5% rating, which is not surprising for a sex worker.
Holy Cow, I got a 0% rating. Dad Gum, by Jingoes.Gee.
The first question to arise is, what do they call cussing? The seven words of Carlin? Anything referring to excretion, reproduction, or the eternal destination of your soul?
The funny thing is, I am not terribly offended by most profanity. I try not to use it, because it takes attention away from your overall message.
Profanity is a social issue rather than a moral one. Certain words are not right or wrong, but when you use one inappropriately you betray a lack of respect for the listeners.
There are words that offend me…like Jesus…that many see as their moral duty to say as often as possible. And this eagerness to profane a sacred name is a violation of the third commandment. ( That is, the eagerness of Jesus Worshipers to scream his name as often and loudly as possible).
It is a matter of perception. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but ugly uses all five senses.


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  1. Hannity Profanity « Chamblee54 said, on April 20, 2011 at 12:59 pm

    […] through the archives for something to say on four twenty, PG found with a post titled Profanity or Hannity. It had nothing to do with the prominent whiner, but lots to do with cuss words Chamblee54 tries […]

  2. Profanity or Hannity « Chamblee54 said, on March 16, 2012 at 2:08 pm

    […] the past can be a handy cure for writers block. Part one of this feature was originally posted April 21, 2008. At the time, the Cuss-o-meter was working. When it was time to assemble this post, we made another […]


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