On Mon, 11 Jul 2011, Ian Spillane wrote:
> I came upon the same problem and have come up with the solution.
> There's no end to the number of odd words that people could object to
> in any language. FUCK-ME is however a bute. The solution, possible due
> to the checksum, is to reverse any objectionable code: The fields
> outside of Mountbrowne, Co. Galway (otherwise FUCK-ME-Y) can be known
> as KCUF-EM-Y and calculations can continue without anyone noticing too
As long as there's no offensive, palindromic, four-letter words we're okay
then. If I understand correctly, B00B is somewhere off the coast of
Clare/Galway, so I guess we're safe from that horror.
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