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I tried to write a recipe containing chicken "bre-st", Notice no A for correct spelling. Do you think us incapable of adultood?  Do you intend to become "Big Brother" and are you going to report
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Are things that childish???

posted at 1/2/2011 7:15 PM EST
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I tried to write a recipe containing chicken "bre-st", Notice no A for correct spelling. Do you think us incapable of adultood?  Do you intend to become "Big Brother" and are you going to report us to the dietary police???  Things must be going very very wrong wherever you are located ! 
Did your parents raise you feeling so superior as to tell us what is right and wrong?  I take great huberance at your inference of my rearing.
Please tell Nestle's they have more to worry about than my spelling.

Re: Are things that childish???

posted at 1/2/2011 7:36 PM EST
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More points is what I'm here for now. You have me ticked off. I'm going to sign off before I SPELL something I will regret !!!

Re: Are things that childish???

posted at 1/2/2011 9:43 PM EST
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In Response to Are things that childish???:
I tried to write a recipe containing chicken "bre-st", Notice no A for correct spelling. Do you think us incapable of adultood?  Do you intend to become "Big Brother" and are you going to report us to the dietary police???  Things must be going very very wrong wherever you are located !  Did your parents raise you feeling so superior as to tell us what is right and wrong?  I take great huberance at your inference of my rearing. Please tell Nestle's they have more to worry about than my spelling.
Posted by JOHN H


John:

Our apologies; this was supposed to be removed from the "dirty words" filter.  We are correcting this now.  The filter was added so that minmal "policing" would be needed and this community can just be bakers talking to bakers without a lot of oversight needed.

Re: Are things that childish???

posted at 1/3/2011 4:33 AM EST
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At the rate things are going on the site, the points might be worth zilch.




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More points is what I'm here for now. You have me ticked off. I'm going to sign off before I SPELL something I will regret !!!
Posted by JOHN H

Re: Are things that childish???

posted at 1/3/2011 7:12 AM EST
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On several major sites/forums I visit  words like 'br east',  'God'  and 'Republican' or ' Democrat' are not allowed.   I think it's pretty common to have to protect forums from spam.  We're all used to it and do just fine.

One of the woodcarving forums I visit is pounded steadily with filthy spam .... lots of use of the word "br east". 
A brain tumor site I visit used to correct us in no uncertain terms if we used words like "God" or "prayer".

Re: Are things that childish???

posted at 1/3/2011 8:14 AM EST
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Are you kidding me????  Good gracious. Frown

Re: Are things that childish???

posted at 1/3/2011 9:01 AM EST
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VBB  Thank you for the faith in humankind. I don't need police filters to scan my language.  As for the other sites referred to by Nancy they should be notified and instructed how to filter incoming spam without restricting use of the English language. There are enough kids out there who cannot spell now. We don't need to encourage them with filters requiring incorrect spelling.
 Again thanks,
 John

Re: Are things that childish???

posted at 1/3/2011 10:01 AM EST
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You should now be able to discuss chicken breasts without having to be so creative (pectoral muscle, breests, etc.)!

Re: Are things that childish???

posted at 1/3/2011 10:21 AM EST
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I don't think anyone would use bad words on this site we are only interested in recipes and getting to know each other. As for points when are they going to tell us what we can use them for it is a new year right.

Re: Are things that childish???

posted at 1/3/2011 11:28 AM EST
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John makes a good point, children are growing up in an age where LOL and OMG are commonly used by some adults.

Re: Are things that childish???

posted at 1/4/2011 10:45 AM EST
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I don't trust adults any more than childish hoods. But we cannot submit to living in fear of them. I contol myself and am sure VBB can control WHO is allowed to login on their site. After a couple misbehaviors the wrong people won't be allowed on the site.
Thank you for your attention.

Re: Are things that childish???

posted at 1/4/2011 12:48 PM EST
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Hi JOHNI had the same problem ; solved it by using Chicken  chest in my recipe.Family & friends around the country had a good laugh (at Nestle's) over that one; even the butcher laughed when I tried to purchase one #  chicken "chest" meat  for a recipe..Another solution,I used was : chicken "bre-ast" It became obvious to me that a computer program has been given the repaonsibility of keeping us all"VICTORIAN PROPER"Undecided.......... 
Also reminding me of the old saying GIGO: garbage in ; garbage out( as well or  as poorly as a computer program is written; so will be the usefullness of that program.Don't blame everyone @ Nestle's; just the person who approved of that "watchdog" software Wink
II cook a lot of white meat chicken ( chest meat) &  have to thank( somebody at) Nestles's for the frequernt giggles.Laughing
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I tried to write a recipe containing chicken "bre-st", Notice no A for correct spelling. Do you think us incapable of adultood?  Do you intend to become "Big Brother" and are you going to report us to the dietary police???  Things must be going very very wrong wherever you are located !  Did your parents raise you feeling so superior as to tell us what is right and wrong?  I take great huberance at your inference of my rearing. Please tell Nestle's they have more to worry about than my spelling.
Posted by JOHN H

Re: Are things that childish???

posted at 1/4/2011 12:59 PM EST
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Hi Nestle's;     I , like John,  was irked & frustrated a having my recipe ingredients  & directions,  being censored by  softwareEmbarassed; I'm glad to learn from you that this incredibly "victorian"  software is now  past history..SmileI'll never again be able to  shop  for  or prepare chicken breast meat  w/o laughing. WinkLaughing   In Response to Re: Are things that childish???:
You should now be able to discuss chicken breasts without having to be so creative (pectoral muscle, breests, etc.)!
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Re: Are things that childish???

posted at 1/4/2011 2:54 PM EST
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Never thought to break up the word.  I just posted a recipe yesterday and used Pectoral muscle.  How's that for thinking outside the box?
I would guess I can't even say it would be sad if we were all sitting around the table "tittering" about the ingredient:  chicken bre*ast.  We will see if the term for light laughter passes the filter.

Re: Are things that childish???

posted at 2/16/2011 8:43 AM EST
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I had the same thing happen when I tried to type chicken bre-st - maybe chicken boobs are acceptable.

Re: Are things that childish???

posted at 2/17/2011 7:47 AM EST
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Mary Ann!!!!   LOL  LOL  They are encouraging us to be "bad".  Filters can be annoying, so much so, that people make a game of fooling them.

Re: Are things that childish???

posted at 2/19/2011 1:03 PM EST
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