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-How does profanity and bad words damage youth? More importantly, why would restrict the music that adults can listen in order to protect minors? A compromise reached in the US was to have warning labels put on records that contain profanity so that parents could see what their kids are buying. Now, in the age of dowloading, this might be a little more difficult, but it's not impossible.+''Click on the "+" tab above to add a comment, or just click "edit". Sign your comment by writing "<nowiki>~~~~</nowiki>" at the end. [http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=19125768640&ref=search&sid=1402695.3804486936..1 Join us on Facebook] for broader community discussion.''
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 +<div class="plainlinks stealthexternallink">I came in here on a whim to look at the page on free speech on a wiki. I then found that I was unable to edit the page until I had created a profile. I was also unable to comment on here until I had provided an e-mail address and verified it. It seems for me to speak freely about free speech in a medium that is designed around free input from users there are various restrictions. I'm unlikely to come back here in ored to see any responses to this so feel free to comment at [http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/User:PuppyOnTheRadio my user page elsewhere]. Don't worry - you don't need to create an account to edit there. [http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/User_talk:PuppyOnTheRadio http://img.affenheimtheater.de/icon_hmv.png]</div>

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