Friday, March 25, 2011
Someone called me the other night and told me that my blog had been blocked by the school district. The person had been accessing the blog all these many years while at work and discovered that day that access was denied.
I saw it for myself the next time I was at Youngest's school. Type in my blog address while using a district server, and you see a big ACCESS DENIED.
Fair enough, really. I do use adult language. Of course, I've used adult language for most of the nearly five years I've been blogging. True, I have been far more freer in my use of "f#$k" over the past year or so, particularly as I have been ripping up the school district and the superintendent on their major screw-ups, and I have been accusing them of lying and being disingenuous.
All of a sudden the filters at the district have kicked into gear? I mean, I've never been able to access, say, Dooce's site while at the school, so it's not like a new filter has gone into effect.
What do you think? Is it the language I use? Or is it the stories I tell with the language?
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