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    The above is listed as a breach of forum rules.
    Can the Moderators please inform members of the steps to be taken to remove from the forum and expel members who persistantly use crude,, foul obcene and pornographic language in their postings on this forum and if found to have breached the rules what steps will the Moderators take to ban/ block/delete postings such members ?
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    Hi C band,
    I think your question is good and worth being answered in detail, and that should teach members what mods are supposed to do, when they err or use foul language or post illegal postings.
    Just to answer one of them we can delete, edit, block and unauthorize, that is all on judgment of the level of obscenity, or illegality the mod sees on the posting.
    For bans and the rest adm, might have an answer for you, or others who understand it better.

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    As a "newer" member of this forum, I noticed that lately, some members are posting offensive, crude, foul and even pornographic/obscene language and it seems nobody minds! I hope our respected Moderators can do do something about these postings/members.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerrynksa View Post
    As a "newer" member of this forum, I noticed that lately, some members are posting offensive, crude, foul and even pornographic/obscene language and it seems nobody minds! I hope our respected Moderators can do do something about these postings/members.
    @jerrynksa,
    you might notice that what is very offensive in one part of the world might not be offensive in another part of the world, and thats when it comes to ethnicity & languages.
    mods keep quite a tolerance and try to understand the values,
    Like what Big pim says as hullo, cogil might find as offensive, but to his part of the world and sorrounding its nothing, or like hullo. (by the way he is such a good man as far as I know, though people find the languge crude)
    Being a forum, members should try to be the middle player, dont leave it to mods alone, or adm. but call them up for help whenever need be.
    Whatever we find offensive to all is always editted or deleted, or refused. the issue is you never see whats very offensive, because mods are on the look out for that, and will always be watching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cogil View Post
    @jerrynksa,
    you might notice that what is very offensive in one part of the world might not be offensive in another part of the world, and thats when it comes to ethnicity & languages.
    mods keep quite a tolerance and try to understand the values,
    Like what Big pim says as hullo, cogil might find as offensive, but to his part of the world and sorrounding its nothing, or like hullo. (by the way he is such a good man as far as I know, though people find the languge crude)
    Being a forum, members should try to be the middle player, dont leave it to mods alone, or adm. but call them up for help whenever need be.
    Whatever we find offensive to all is always editted or deleted, or refused. the issue is you never see whats very offensive, because mods are on the look out for that, and will always be watching.
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    the forum rules and regulation should be made sticky for members to actually read.
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    Fuck is an English word that, as a verb, means "to have sexual intercourse". It is also a verb that means "to be cheated" ("I got fucked by a scam artist"). As a noun it may describe a contemptible person (also fucker) or a sexual partner. It can be used as an interjection, and its participle fucking is sometimes used as a strong emphatic. The verb to fuck may be used transitively or intransitively, and it appears in compounds, including fuck off, fuck up, and fuck with. In less explicit usages (but still regarded as vulgar), fuck can mean to mess around, or to deal with unfairly or harshly. In a phrase such as "don't give a fuck", the word is the equivalent of "damn", in the sense of something having little value. In "what the fuck", it serves as a meaningless intensive.

    The word's use is considered obscene in polite circles, but may be common in informal and domestic situations. It is unclear whether the word has always been considered vulgar, and if not, when it first came to be used to describe (often in an extremely angry, hostile or belligerent manner) unpleasant circumstances or people in an intentionally offensive way, such as in the term motherfucker, one of its more common usages in some parts of the English-speaking world.


    Etymology
    The Oxford English Dictionary states that the ultimate etymology is uncertain, but that the word is "probably cognate" with a number of native Germanic words with meanings involving striking, rubbing, and having sex.[1]


    Flen flyys and freris
    The usually accepted first known occurrence is in code in a poem in a mixture of Latin and English composed some time before 1500. The poem, which satirizes the Carmelite friars of Cambridge, England, takes its title, "Flen flyys", from the first words of its opening line, Flen, flyys, and freris (= "Fleas, flies, and friars"). The line that contains fuck reads Non sunt in coeli, quia gxddbov xxkxzt pg ifmk. Removing the substitution cipher[2] on the phrase "gxddbov xxkxzt pg ifmk" yields non sunt in coeli, quia fvccant vvivys of heli, which translated means, "They are not in heaven because they fuck wives of Ely" (fvccant is a fake Latin form).[3] The phrase was coded likely because it accused some Church personnel of misbehaving; it is uncertain to what extent the word fuck was considered acceptable at the time.


    John le Fucker
    A man's name "John le Fucker" is said to be reported from AD 1278, but the report is doubtful: an email discussion on Linguist List says:

    This name has been exhaustively argued over ... The "John le Fucker" reference first appears in Carl Buck's 1949 Indo-European dictionary. Buck does not supply a citation as to where he found the name. No one has subsequently found the manuscript in which it is alleged to have appeared. If the citation is genuine and not an error, it is most likely a spelling variant of "fulcher", meaning soldier.[4]


    Anglo-Saxon
    An Anglo-Saxon charter[5][6] granted by Offa, king of Mercia, dated AD 772, granting land at Bexhill, Sussex to a bishop, includes the text:

    onne syndon a gauolland as utlandes into Bexlea in hiis locis qui appellantur hiis nominibus: on Berna hornan .iii. hida, on Wyrtlesham .i., on Ibbanhyrste .i., on Croghyrste .viii., on Hrigce .i., on Gyllingan .ii., on Fuccerham 7 and on Blacanbrocan .i., on Ikelesham .iii.;
    Then the tax-lands of the outland belonging to Bexley are in these places which are called by these names: at Barnhorne 3 hides, at Wyrtlesham [Worsham farm near Bexhill ] 1, at Ibbanhyrst 1, at Crowhurst 8, at (Rye? The ridge north of Hastings?) 1, at Gillingham 2, at Fuccerham and at Blackbrook [may be Black Brooks in Westfield village just north of Hastings ] 1, at Icklesham 3.
    The placename Fuccerham looks like either "the home (hām) of the fucker or fuckers" or "the enclosed pasture (hamm) of the fucker or fuckers", who may have been a once-notorious man, or a locally well-known stud male animal, or a group of such.[citation needed]


    Older etymology

    Via Germanic
    The word fuck has probable cognates in other Germanic languages, such as German ficken (to fuck); Dutch fokken (to strike, to beget); dialectal Norwegian fukka (to copulate), and dialectal Swedish fokka (to strike, to copulate) and fock (penis).[1]

    This points to a possible etymology where Common Germanic fuk comes from an Indo-European root meaning "to strike", cognate with non-Germanic words such as Latin pugnus "fist".[1] By reverse application of Grimm's law, this hypothetical root has the form *pug.[citation needed] In early Proto-Germanic the word was likely used at first as a slang or euphemistic replacement for an older word for intercourse, and then became the usual word for intercourse.[citation needed]

    The original Indo-European root for to copulate is likely to be *h3yebh or *h3eybh, which is attested in Sanskrit यभति (yabhati), Russian ебать (yebat'), Polish jebać, and Serbian jebati, among others: compare the Greek verb οἴφω (ophō) = "I have sex with", and the Greek noun Ζέφυρος (Zphyros) (which references a Greek belief that the west wind Zephyrus caused pregnancy).


    Via Latin or Greek
    Other possible connections are to Latin fūtuere (almost exactly the same meaning as the English verb "to fuck"); but it would have to be explained how the word reached Scandinavia from Roman contact, and how the t became k.[citation needed] From fūtuere came French foutre, Catalan fotre, Italian fottere, Romanian ****re, vulgar peninsular Spanish follar and joder, and Portuguese foder. However, there is considerable doubt and no clear lineage for these derivations. These roots, even if cognates, are not the original Indo-European word for to copulate, but Wayland Young (who agrees that these words are related) argues that they derive from the Indo-European *bhu or *bhug ("be", "become"), or as causative "create" [see Young, 1964]. A possible intermediate might be a Latin 4th-declension verbal noun *fūtus, with possible meanings including "act of (pro)creating".
    A derivation from Latin facere = "to do", "to make" has been suggested.[citation needed]
    Greek phyō (φυω) has various meanings, including (of a man) "to beget", or (of a woman), "to give birth to".[7] Its perfect tense pephyka (πεφυκα) has been likened to "fuck" and its equivalents in other Germanic languages.[citation needed]

    False etymologies
    One reason that the word fuck is so hard to trace etymologically is that it was used far more extensively in common speech than in easily traceable written forms.

    There are several urban-legend false etymologies postulating an acronymic origin for the word. None of these acronyms was ever heard before the 1960s, according to the authoritative lexicographical work, The F-Word, and thus are backronyms. In any event, the word fuck has been in use far too long for some of these supposed origins to be possible. Some of these urban legends are:

    That the word fuck came from Irish law. If a couple were caught committing adultery, they would be punished "For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge In the Nude", with "FUCKIN" written on the stocks above them to denote the crime.
    That it came from any of:
    "Fornication Under Carnal/Cardinal Knowledge"
    "Fornication Under [the] Control/Consent/Command of the King"
    "Fornication Under the Christian King"
    "False Use of Carnal Knowledge"
    "Felonious Use of Carnal Knowledge"
    "Felonious Unlawful Carnal Knowledge"
    "Full-On Unlawful Carnal Knowledge"
    "For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge"
    "Found Under Carnal Knowledge"
    "Found Unlawful Carnal Knowledge"
    "Forced Unlawful Carnal Knowledge", referring to the crime of rape.

    Usage history
    Main article: History of the word 'fuck'

    Early usage
    Its first known use as a verb meaning to have sexual intercourse is in "Flen flyys", written around 1475.

    William Dunbar's 1503 poem "Brash of Wowing" includes the lines: "Yit be his feiris he wald haue fukkit: / Ye brek my hairt, my bony ane" (ll. 1314).

    Some time around 1600, before the term acquired its current meaning, windfucker was an acceptable name for the bird now known as the kestrel[citation needed].

    While Shakespeare never used the term explicitly; he hinted at it in comic scenes in several plays. The Merry Wives of Windsor (IV.i) contains the expression focative case (see vocative case). In Henry V (IV.iv), Pistol threatens to firk (strike) a soldier, a euphemism for fuck. A Midsummer Night's Dream uses the word "****" to pun on the French equivalent, "foutre".


    Rise of modern usage
    Though it appeared in John Ash's 1775 A New and Complete Dictionary, listed as "low" and "vulgar", and appearing with several definitions[8], Fuck did not appear in any widely-consulted dictionary of the English language from 1795 to 1965. Its first appearance in the Oxford English Dictionary (along with the word cunt) was in 1972. There is anecdotal evidence of its use during the American Civil War.[citation needed]

    In 1928, D. H. Lawrence's novel Lady Chatterley's Lover gained notoriety for its frequent use of the words fuck, fucked, and fucking.

    Perhaps the earliest usage of the word in popular music was the 1938 Eddy Duchin release of the Louis Armstrong song "Ol' Man Mose". The words created a scandal at the time, resulting in sales of 170,000 copies during the Great Depression years when sales of 20,000 were considered blockbuster. The verse reads:

    (We believe) He kicked the bucket,
    (We believe) Yeah man, buck-buck-bucket,
    (We believe) He kicked the bucket and ol' man mose is dead,
    (We believe) Ahh, fuck it!
    (We believe) Buck-buck-bucket,
    (We believe) He kicked the bucket and ol' man mose is dead.

    The liberal usage of the word (and other vulgarisms) by certain artists (such as James Joyce, Henry Miller, Lenny Bruce, Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, in their Derek and Clive personas) has led to the banning of their works and criminal charges of obscenity.

    After Norman Mailer's publishers convinced him to bowdlerize fuck as fug in his work The Naked and the Dead (194, Tallulah Bankhead supposedly greeted him with the quip, "So you're the young man who can't spell fuck." In fact, according to Mailer, the quip was devised by Bankhead's PR man. He and Bankhead didn't meet until 1966 and did not discuss the word then. The rock group The Fugs named themselves after the Mailer euphemism.

    The science fiction novel That Hideous Strength (1945), by C.S. Lewis, includes lines of dialog with the word bucking used the same way as fugging would be in Mailer's novel, published three years later.

    In his novel Ulysses (1922), James Joyce used a sly spelling pun for fuck (and cunt as well) with the doggerel verse:

    If you see Kay,
    Tell him he may.
    See you in tea,
    Tell him from me.

    Memphis Slim had a melancholy blues about lost love entitled "If You See Kay".

    The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger featured an early use of fuck you in print. First published in the United States in 1951, the novel remains controversial to this day due to its use of the word, standing at number 13 for the most banned books from 19902000 according to the American Library Association.[9] The book offers a blunt portrayal of the main character's reaction to the existence of the word, and all that it means.

    The Australian vaudeville comedian Roy Rene once had a comedy 'skit' where he would act with another person and would write the letter 'F' on a blackboard (on stage) and then ask his co-actor: 'What letter do you see' to which he would reply: 'K'. Mo would then say: 'Why is it that whenever I write F you see K?'

    One of the earliest mainstream Hollywood movies to use the word fuck was director Robert Altman's irreverent antiwar film, MASH, released in 1970 at the height of the Vietnam War. During the football game sequence about three-quarters of the way through the film, one of the MASH linemen says to an 8063rd offensive player, "All right, bud, your fuckin' head is coming right off." Also, former Beatle John Lennon's 1971 release "Working Class Hero" featured use of the word, which was rare in music at the time and caused it to, at most, be played only in segments on the radio. In 2007, some 36 years later, Green Day did a cover of Lennon's song, which was censored for radio airplay, with the "Ph.." sound being audible but then phased out.

    Former Saturday Night Live cast member Charles Rocket uttered the vulgarity in one of the earliest instances of its use on television, during a 1980 episode of the show, for which he was subsequently fired.[10] [11]

    The word was used in the 2003 film Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World by a fictional whaler describing pirates who burned his ship in 1802. The word is used occasionally in the AubreyMaturin series of novels of Patrick O'Brian, on which the film is based.[12]

    Comedian George Carlin once commented that the word fuck ought to be considered more appropriate, because of its implications of love and reproduction, than the violence exhibited in many movies. He humorously suggested replacing the word kill with the word fuck in his comedy routine, such as in an old movie western: "Okay, sheriff, we're gonna fuck you, now. But we're gonna fuck you slow..." Or, perhaps in reference to a murderer:"Mad Fucker on the Loose", or even the murderer himself:"Stop me before I fuck again!" More popularly published is his famous "Filthy Words" routine, better known as "Seven Words You Can Never Say On Television."


    Use in politics
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    Fuck is not widely used in politics, and any use by notable politicians tends to produce controversy. Some events of this nature include:

    During the 1968 Democratic National Convention, Chicago mayor Richard Daley became so enraged by a speech from Abraham A. Ribicoff that he shouted "Fuck you, you Jew motherfucker!"[13] Daley would later claim that he was shouting "you fink, you" and calling Ribicoff a "faker".[14]
    During a 1971 debate in the Canadian House of Commons, Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau mouthed the words "fuck off" under his breath (perhaps almost silently) at Conservative MP John Lundrigan, while Lundrigan made some comments about unemployment. Afterward, when asked by a television reporter what he had been thinking, Mr. Trudeau famously replied "What is the nature of your thoughts, gentlemen, when you say "fuddle duddle" or something like that?". "Fuddle duddle" consequently became a catchphrase in Canadian media associated with Trudeau.[15]
    The first accepted modern use in the British House of Commons came in 1982 when Reg Race, Labour MP for Wood Green, referred to adverts placed in local newsagents by prostitutes which read "Phone them and fuck them". Hansard, the full record of debates, printed "F*** them", but even this euphemism was deprecated by the Speaker, George Thomas.
    Shortly after Tony Blair was elected Leader of the Labour Party, the then left-wing Labour MP George Galloway told a public meeting "I don't give a fuck what Tony Blair thinks" when questioned about the party's move to the right.
    In late 2003, US presidential candidate Senator John Kerry used the word fuck in an interview with Rolling Stone. Referring to his vote in favor of the resolution authorizing President George W. Bush to use military force in Iraq, Senator John Kerry stated, "I voted for what I thought was best for the country. Did I expect Howard Dean to go off to the left and say, 'I'm against everything'? Sure. Did I expect George Bush to fuck it up as badly as he did? I don't think anybody did."[16]
    In June 2004, U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney told Senator Patrick Leahy to either "fuck off" or "go fuck yourself" during an exchange on the floor of the Senate,[17] to which Patrick Leahy cried foul.
    In February 2006 (Australia), New South Wales Premier Morris Iemma, while awaiting the start of a Council of Australian Governments media conference in Canberra, was chatting to Victorian Premier Steve Bracks. Not realizing cameras were operating he was recorded as saying "Today? This fuckwit who's the new CEO of the Cross City Tunnel has ... been saying what controversy? There is no controversy."[18] The exchange referred to the newly appointed CEO of a recently-opened toll road within Sydney.
    In April 2007, New Zealand Education Minister Steve Maharey said "fuck you" to a fellow MP during parliamentary question time.[19] He apologized shortly afterwards.
    On January 31, 2007, former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer angrily retorted to Assembly Minority Leader James Tedisco, "Listen, I'm a fucking steamroller, and I'll roll over you and anybody else." According to The New York Post, Spitzer confirmed the exchange the following day.[20]

    Use in marketing
    In April 1997, clothing retailer French Connection began branding their clothes "fcuk" (usually written in lowercase). Though they insisted it was an acronym for French Connection United Kingdom, its similarity to the word "fuck" caused controversy.[21] French Connection fully exploited this and produced an extremely popular range of t-shirts with messages such as "fcuk this", "hot as fcuk", "mile high fcuk", "fcuk me", "too busy to fcuk", "fcuk football", "fcuk fashion", "fcuk fear", "fcuk on the beach", "the joy of fcuk", etc.


    Freedom of expression
    In 1971, the U.S. Supreme Court decided that the mere public display of fuck is protected under the First and Fourteenth Amendments and cannot be made a criminal offense. In 1968, Paul Robert Cohen had been convicted of "disturbing the peace" for wearing a jacket with "FUCK THE DRAFT" on it (in reference to conscription in the Vietnam War). The conviction was upheld by the Court of Appeals and overturned by the Supreme Court. Cohen v. California, 403 U.S. 15 (1971).

    In 1983, pornographer Larry Flynt, representing himself before the U.S. Supreme Court in a libel case, shouted, "Fuck this court!" during the proceedings, and then called the justices "nothing but eight assholes and a token cunt" (referring to Justice Sandra Day O'Connor). Chief Justice Warren E. Burger had him arrested for contempt of court, but the charge was later dismissed on a technicality.[22]


    Use in public media
    In the United States, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) fines stations for the broadcast of "indecent language", but in 2003 the agency's enforcement bureau ruled that the airing of the statement "This is really, really fucking brilliant!" by U2 member Bono after receiving a Golden Globe Award was neither obscene nor indecent. As U.S. broadcast indecency regulation only extends to depictions or descriptions of sexual or excretory functions, Bono's use of the word as a mere intensifier was not covered.

    In early 2004, the full Commission reversed the bureau ruling, in an order that stated that "the F-word is one of the most vulgar, graphic and explicit descriptions of sexual activity in the English language"; a fine, however, has yet to result. Notwithstanding widespread usage and linguistic analysis to the contrary, the reversal was premised on the conclusion that the word fuck has always referred to sexual activity, a claim that the FCC neither explained nor supported with evidence. Even on cable television, which is not regulated by the FCC, few channels in the United States will broadcast the word fuck due to fear of backlash from advertisers or the FCC.

    The first occurrence of "fuck" being spoken on British television was on 13 November 1965 when Kenneth Tynan said, during a live debate on the satirical BBC show BBC3, "I doubt if there are any rational people to whom the word 'fuck' would be particularly diabolical, revolting or totally forbidden." This resulted in the BBC having to make a formal apology. It also instigated four House of Commons motions and a letter to the Queen signed by 133 Labour and Tory MPs. It also prompted morality campaigner, Mary Whitehouse, to comment that Tynan "ought to have his bottom smacked".[23][24]

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    I never forget the day when my Wife asked me when i was in my local bar what i wanted tonight for dinner . Well I replied I fancy a ( FUCK tonight )

    Next Min some stupid FARANG try to butt in and have a go and me cos there children was around . Well they got the suprise of there life and was told to leave the BAR and Told maybe they should leave Thailand since they dont understand the Thai Ways .

    For those who dont know Fuck in thai = Vegetable

    So really i was telling me why I wanted = Vegetable Soup
    But i spoke to her in Thai and correctly in thai FUCK = Fuck Soup

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    So before you attack people and in strange country words mean different things

    YOU COULD COME OFF 10X Worse

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    Quote Originally Posted by C-BAND View Post
    pornographic language in their postings on this forum
    Please Sir,, cough,cough is that words with pictures,

    Now don't get in a pickle Petal, I'm just asking a little question..
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    Quote Originally Posted by anishpsla View Post
    Good example and explantion. In this matter, what is the real intention of the author
    He meant that he had fuck soup tonight

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    I advise readers to skip the above postings to my thread which are a guide to obscenity and gutter language. The Moderators should close / delete this hijacked thread immediately , suspend the writer concerned and go over to my new thread entitled :
    ''An open plea to the Moderators''
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C-BAND View Post
    I advise readers to skip the above postings to my thread which are a guide to obscenity and gutter language. The Moderators should close / delete this hijacked thread immediately , suspend the writer concerned and go over to my new thread entitled :
    ''An open plea to the Moderators''
    Thank you.
    just seems a bit odd when some one takes the high morel ground when he lives in thailand which is a country will known for its sex trade and the same guy watches illigal tv which also include porno channels.as for posts ive made which where nothng todo with you at all they where directed at star track who has been directing attacks at cogil and sparticus.unlike you i stood up to the line and said wot needed to be said to defend these guys.its easy if you dont like it dont read it,so until you can do that keep your mouth shut couse all you are doing is dragging it on

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    [QUOTE=AhmedBahmedKO;619153]

    do we have to have this crap this is not a porn forum its a satillite forum
    so please dont post live links to porno sites
    better still dont post links at all to porno sites
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    Quote Originally Posted by big pimpin View Post
    just seems a bit odd when some one takes the high morel ground when he lives in thailand which is a country will known for its sex trade and the same guy watches illigal tv which also include porno channels.
    You forget this is C-Band at his antagonistic best, or worst depending on your perspective.

    And he works on, "don't do as I do, Do as I tell you."
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    Quote Originally Posted by bassett View Post
    You forget this is C-Band at his antagonistic best, or worst depending on your perspective.

    And he works on, "don't do as I do, Do as I tell you."
    You are not the one to talk.!
    You ALWAYS use polite gentlemanly language. The only four letter word youve ever used on this forum is that quaint Australian expression SHONK .
    Keep up the good work and example you set to others !

    ps is this not supposed to be a forum about satellite matters ?

 

 

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