From: The New York Tmes
Trying to Hold Down Blue Language on a Red-Letter Day
The New York Times:
It’s shaping up to be a darn nice Valentine’s Day in here in Mobile county.
An optimistic band of middle school students hopes that for just one day no one in the county will curse. Perhaps people can substitute “sugar” or “snap.” Or even the powerful “Oh, pickles!”
The Mobile County Commission, acting on a request from students who have formed no-cursing clubs at Lott and Semmes Middle Schools, has declared a daylong ban Monday on bad words.
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