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Old 07-06-2008, 12:35 PM
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^Thanks now I don't have to write a really long post.
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Old 07-06-2008, 01:21 PM
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LOL! Glad I could be of service.

(I hope Radoskal saw the humor in my reply....and did not take it as disrespectul. )
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LOL! Glad I could be of service.

(I hope Radoskal saw the humor in my reply....and did not take it as disrespectul. )
Yes yes you are quite right, So I skimped on some of the details perhaps I should have said While engaged with crappy old Klingon Brids of Prey rather than destroyed by, also I do not personally consider Damn or Hell a swear as these days it is used in common parlance, by the likes of 13 year olds and such as for double dumb*** on you that was also "light" in comparison to Data. I guess swearing to me only encompasses the extremely colorfull metaphors S--- F--- B---- and so on....

Thanks for the corrections!
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Old 07-06-2008, 08:47 PM
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Didn't Picard say "Merde" once during the 1st season of TNG? Does that count?
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Old 07-31-2008, 12:25 PM
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Second season, Elementary Dear Data, when Geordi realized his mistake. I had to turn on the subtitles to notice it, but yeah, he said it.
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Old 07-31-2008, 02:04 PM
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Yes yes you are quite right, So I skimped on some of the details perhaps I should have said While engaged with crappy old Klingon Brids of Prey rather than destroyed by, also I do not personally consider Damn or Hell a swear as these days it is used in common parlance, by the likes of 13 year olds and such as for double dumb*** on you that was also "light" in comparison to Data. I guess swearing to me only encompasses the extremely colorfull metaphors S--- F--- B---- and so on....

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I'm just waiting for them to drop the F-bomb. LOL! Never happen...but still...one can wait.
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R-rated Trek...is when you see the F word.
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Old 08-01-2008, 11:26 AM
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Ahhhh.....but the F-bomb can be dropped in PG-13 rated movies too....and even at rare occasions (even when PG-13 was relatively new) in PG flicks too.
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Yes, there's actually a number of times the F word is used which affects the ratings. A good example is the movie Little Miss Sunshine which is really very innocuos....but it earned an R rating and I suspect it did it in the first 10 minutes of the film when Grandpa was "F"ing off about everything.
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Old 08-01-2008, 10:00 PM
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Indeed, Eliza...but again, it's all in the context.

Amazingly enough, the movie Barbershop drops the F-bomb, and the M-F bomb more times than I've ever heard in a PG-13 movie, and it maintained that rating.

Movies where the F-bomb (or its variants) have been heard outside of an R rated film:

TANK - PG
SPACEBALLS - PG
U2: Rattle and Hum (twice) PG-13
ARMAGEDDON - PG-13
ROBIN HOOD: PRINCE OF THIEVES PG-13
RUNAWAY - PG-13
BARBERSHOP - (almost pervasively) PG-13
(not a conclusive list)
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