Reminds me of when I was on ISCABBS and some people didn't like all the rules. So they went out of their way to create and complain about extreme circumstances. Their goal was to make the rules and interpretations so burdensome that the administration would be forced to give them up.
Likewise, some of the commenters feel if they can make it seem like it is impossible to say something not offensive, it will make seem impossible to stand up to point out obviously offensive comments or posts.
Lastly, I wonder how many of these commenters have no problem with the word "woo," which to believers in the paranormal, is very offensive.
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