Please keep the language clean..

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Please keep the language clean..

Postby ste12000 » Mon Jul 25, 2011 8:37 pm

Hi all, thanks for looking.

The BCA committee and a few dedicated members have recently become aware of a lack of restraint in certain posts..

We are dismayed to see several threads heavy in swear words and also talk of drugs and drug dealing. The BCA is a family friendly forum and the BCA committee (and the vast majority of BCA members and forum users) work hard to keep the standards high and to create a forum that is perfectly safe for any age group to use.

This notice is just a quick reminder to all to keep the language clean and to only post items that are suitable for all ages.

Many thanks, The BCA committee.
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Re: Please keep the language clean..

Postby cools32 » Mon Aug 15, 2011 10:16 pm

Well put Ste.
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Re: Please keep the language clean..

Postby Hague1982 » Sat Sep 17, 2011 11:54 pm

I find it quite amusing that people are coming on to comment on drug dealing, drugs and using foul language!

I now have visions of fish being sold at extraordinary prices at your next auction :lol:

come on people its a fish forum not a place to play gangster! :x
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Re: Please keep the language clean..

Postby sheag35 » Sun Sep 18, 2011 12:54 pm

well said, totally agree
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Re: Please keep the language clean..

Postby marsh82 » Wed Nov 30, 2011 9:04 pm

... Typical example of modern "language" unfortunately :(
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Re: Please keep the language clean..

Postby bruciethefish » Mon Aug 26, 2013 12:03 am

Chaps,
As this is the 'any other' forum, there has occasionally been a situation where members both old & new had become a little too 'relaxed' in their choice of subject matter or language. While a little more leniency is permissible, it was considered advisable to leave a reminder at the head of this forum that certain standards of language etc. were still expected.

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