Public Editor

February 13, 2014 4:55 PM

Substitute for cursing still indicates cursing

Does the use of random punctuation symbols for cursing really negate or obscure the bad words? Not to everyone. It’s understandable that an emailer today brought to my attention how unnecessary he finds it when The Star incorporates cursing into its content, especially in headlines.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

A peek inside The Rabbit Hole 02:40

A peek inside The Rabbit Hole

Kansas City's first food truck hub draws hundreds for grand opening 01:50

Kansas City's first food truck hub draws hundreds for grand opening

Former gymnast uses skills in Cirque du Soleil production 02:41

Former gymnast uses skills in Cirque du Soleil production

Famous Dave speaks at Kansas City Barbeque Society's anniversary 00:23

Famous Dave speaks at Kansas City Barbeque Society's anniversary

Mary Kelly Center dancers practice for Krizz Kaliko video 03:18

Mary Kelly Center dancers practice for Krizz Kaliko video

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos