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    bilwis hobstocking commented  · 

    the word "oaf" "dastardly" and "Ham-fisted" "verbal kung fu" seemingly violate Openweb & yahoo community guidelines. ...

    these are very common words, normal, non offensive words, yet seemingly trigger the A.I. bots "Certain parts of your comment may include inappropriate language. Please revise to take part in the conversation." warning.

    mind you the whole and full comments where...quote me:
    "a no2 pencil... just as dastardly."
    "that sign, seems ham-fisted."
    "if you swore an oath, don't be an oaf."
    "alright enough verbal kung fu".

    all those comments where blocked / rejected, or until (I) figured out what may have wrongly triggered your bots to block my comment.

    i cannot help but feel a great aversion
    to using the yahoo news and comment features, if such common, non offensive words and sentences are forbidden to be used.

    thank you.

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    bilwis hobstocking commented  · 

    the word "oaf" "dastardly" "Ham-fisted" and "verbal kung fu" seemingly violate Openweb & yahoo community guidelines. ...

    these are very common words, normal, non offensive words, yet seemingly trigger the A.I. bots "Certain parts of your comment may include inappropriate language. Please revise to take part in the conversation." warning.

    mind you the whole and full comments where...quote me:
    "a no2 pencil... just as dastardly."
    "that sign, seems ham-fisted."
    "if you swore an oath, don't be an oaf."
    "alright enough verbal kung fu".

    all those comments where blocked / rejected, or until figured out what may have wrongly triggered your bots to block my comment.

    i cannot help but feel a great aversion
    to using the yahoo news and comment features, if such common, non offensive words and sentences are forbidden to be used.

    bilwis hobstocking supported this idea  · 
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    bilwis hobstocking commented  · 

    the word "oaf" "dastardly" and "Ham-fisted" "verbal kung fu" seemingly violate Openweb & yahoo community guidelines. ...

    these are very common words, normal, non offensive words, yet seemingly trigger the A.I. bots "Certain parts of your comment may include inappropriate language. Please revise to take part in the conversation." warning.

    mind you the whole and full comments where...quote me:
    "a no2 pencil... just as dastardly."
    "that sign, seems ham-fisted."
    "if you swore an oath, don't be an oaf."
    "alright enough verbal kung fu".

    all those comments where blocked / rejected, or until figured out what may have wrongly triggered your bots to block my comment.

    i cannot help but feel a great aversion
    to using the yahoo news and comment features, if such common, non offensive words and sentences are forbidden to be used.

    thank you.

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    bilwis hobstocking commented  · 

    the word "oaf" "dastardly" and "Ham-fisted" "verbal kung fu" seemingly violate Openweb & yahoo community guidelines. ...

    these are very common words, normal, non offensive words, yet seemingly trigger the A.I. bots "Certain parts of your comment may include inappropriate language. Please revise to take part in the conversation." warning.

    mind you the whole and full comments where...quote me:
    "a no2 pencil... just as dastardly."
    "that sign, seems ham-fisted."
    "if you swore an oath, don't be an oaf."
    "alright enough verbal kung fu".

    all those comments where blocked / rejected, or until figured out what may have wrongly triggered your bots to block my comment.

    i cannot help but feel a great aversion
    to using the yahoo news and comment features, if such common, non offensive words and sentences are forbidden to be used.

    thank you

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    bilwis hobstocking commented  · 

    the word "oaf" "dastardly" and "Ham-fisted" "verbal kung fu" seemingly violate Openweb & yahoo community guidelines. ...

    these are very common words, normal, non offensive words, yet seemingly trigger the A.I. bots "Certain parts of your comment may include inappropriate language. Please revise to take part in the conversation." warning.

    mind you the whole and full comments where...quote me:
    "a no2 pencil... just as dastardly."
    "that sign, seems ham-fisted."
    "if you swore an oath, don't be an oaf."
    "alright enough verbal kung fu".

    all those comments where blocked / rejected, or until figured out what may have wrongly triggered your bots to block my comment.

    i cannot help but feel a great aversion
    to using the yahoo news and comment features, if such common, non offensive words and sentences are forbidden to be used.

    thank you..

    bilwis hobstocking supported this idea  · 
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    bilwis hobstocking commented  · 

    the word "oaf" "dastardly" and "Ham-fisted" "verbal kung fu" seemingly violate Openweb & yahoo community guidelines. ...

    these are very common words, normal, non offensive words, yet seemingly trigger the A.I. bots "Certain parts of your comment may include inappropriate language. Please revise to take part in the conversation." warning.

    mind you the whole and full comments where...quote me:
    "a no2 pencil... just as dastardly."
    "that sign, seems ham-fisted."
    "if you swore an oath, don't be an oaf."
    "alright enough verbal kung fu".

    all those comments where blocked / rejected, or until figured out what may have wrongly triggered your bots to block my comment.

    i cannot help but feel a great aversion
    to using the yahoo news and comment features, if such common, non offensive words and sentences are forbidden to be used.

    thank you

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    bilwis hobstocking commented  · 

    OpenWeb is the (A.I.) service they hired, to filter the yahoo news comments.

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    bilwis hobstocking commented  · 

    the word "oaf" "dastardly" and "Ham-fisted" "verbal kung fu" seemingly violate Openweb & yahoo community guidelines. ...

    these are very common words, normal, non offensive words, yet seemingly trigger the A.I. bots "Certain parts of your comment may include inappropriate language. Please revise to take part in the conversation." warning.

    mind you the whole and full comments where...quote me:
    "a no2 pencil... just as dastardly."
    "that sign, seems ham-fisted."
    "if you swore an oath, don't be an oaf."
    "alright enough verbal kung fu".

    all those comments where blocked / rejected, or until figured out what may have wrongly triggered your bots to block my comment.

    i cannot help but feel a great aversion
    to using the yahoo news and comment features, if such common, non offensive words and sentences are forbidden to be used.

    thank you....

    bilwis hobstocking supported this idea  · 
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    bilwis hobstocking commented  · 

    the word "oaf" "dastardly" "Ham-fisted" and "verbal kung fu" seemingly violate Openweb & yahoo community guidelines. ...

    these are very common words, normal, non offensive words, yet seemingly trigger the A.I. bots "Certain parts of your comment may include inappropriate language. Please revise to take part in the conversation." warning.

    mind you the whole and full comments where...quote me:
    "a no2 pencil... just as dastardly."
    "that sign, seems ham-fisted."
    "if you swore an oath, don't be an oaf."
    "alright enough verbal kung fu".

    all those comments where blocked / rejected, or until figured out what may have wrongly triggered your bots to block my comment.

    i cannot help but feel a great aversion
    to using the yahoo news and comment features, if such common, non offensive words and sentences are forbidden to be used.

    thank you.

    bilwis hobstocking supported this idea  · 
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    bilwis hobstocking commented  · 

    the word "oaf" "dastardly" "Ham-fisted" and "verbal kung fu" seemingly violate Openweb & yahoo community guidelines. ...

    these are very common words, normal, non offensive words, yet seemingly trigger the A.I. bots "Certain parts of your comment may include inappropriate language. Please revise to take part in the conversation." warning.

    mind you the whole and full comments where...quote me:
    "a no2 pencil... just as dastardly."
    "that sign, seems ham-fisted."
    "if you swore an oath, don't be an oaf."
    "alright enough verbal kung fu".

    all those comments where blocked / rejected, or until figured out what may have wrongly triggered your bots to block my comment.

    i cannot help but feel a great aversion
    to using the yahoo news and comment features, if such common, non offensive words and sentences are forbidden to be used.

    thank you.

    bilwis hobstocking supported this idea  · 
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    bilwis hobstocking commented  · 

    the word "oaf" "dastardly" "Ham-fisted" and "verbal kung fu" seemingly violate Openweb & yahoo community guidelines. ...

    these are very common words, normal, non offensive words, yet seemingly trigger the A.I. bots "Certain parts of your comment may include inappropriate language. Please revise to take part in the conversation." warning.

    mind you the whole and full comments where...quote me:
    "a no2 pencil... just as dastardly."
    "that sign, seems ham-fisted."
    "if you swore an oath, don't be an oaf."
    "alright enough verbal kung fu".

    all those comments where blocked / rejected, or until figured out what may have wrongly triggered your bots to block my comment.

    i cannot help but feel a great aversion
    to using the yahoo news and comment features, if such common, non offensive words and sentences are forbidden to be used.

    thank you

    bilwis hobstocking supported this idea  · 
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    bilwis hobstocking commented  · 

    the word "oaf" "dastardly" "Ham-fisted" and "verbal kung fu" seemingly violate Openweb & yahoo community guidelines. ...

    these are very common words, normal, non offensive words, yet seemingly trigger the A.I. bots "Certain parts of your comment may include inappropriate language. Please revise to take part in the conversation." warning.

    mind you the whole and full comments where...quote me:
    "a no2 pencil... just as dastardly."
    "that sign, seems ham-fisted."
    "if you swore an oath, don't be an oaf."
    "alright enough verbal kung fu".

    all those comments where blocked / rejected, or until figured out what may have wrongly triggered your bots to block my comment.

    i cannot help but feel a great aversion
    to using the yahoo news and comment features, if such common, non offensive words and sentences are forbidden to be used.

    thank you....

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    bilwis hobstocking commented  · 

    please make the yahoo comment section, word filters less aggressive.

    (the word "dastardly" seems to violate Community Guidelines.)

    i left the comment: "a no 2 pencil . . . just as dastardly." on news story about metal straws and flying .... to only receive a rejected message..

    "Your comment has been automatically flagged as It may not align with our Community Guidelines (You can revise your comment at any time)"

    "Comment Rejected Your comment has been rejected as it does not align with our Community Guidelines."

    ....my comment surely does not violate ANY community guidelines or TOS.

    as it turns out "dastardly" is the word triggering a negative response and rejection from your system. how can "dastardly" be a taboo word?

    how and why ? is this happening?
    is this working as intended?

    dastardly
    adjective
    1. wicked and cruel
    Example: "pirates and their dastardly deeds"

    the hair triggered word filtered system, need adjusting. this issue is happening far too often.

    i cannot trust "openweb" to do its job .....if the statement "a no 2 pencil . . . just as dastardly." is branded against community guidelines..

    thank you.

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