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This was in the early 90’s, when I was a teenager, and one of the residents (who will remain nameless) was “sensitive” to offensive remarks. So, I wasn’t allowed to say most of the stuff that would offend him. So, I did it by using incredibly elaborate “funny” language, and acted out what the language said (e.g. “You’re ugly! You’re a honky! And you’re full of shit! Looks like the inside of a cow’s ass!”)
The names being used were, funnily enough, uncensorable in English. The resident would often point this out, and ask “Why are you censoring my names? If I said the stuff that was being censored, you’d just laugh at me.” I don’t recall that I ever had the courage to say anything explicitly “unproud” though. If I ever did, I’d probably have gotten into trouble, so I just used words that nobody ever censored.
I always interpreted this as “this is the language you are allowed to say, and if you don’t use this language, they will not allow you to play this game, or use this source code.” I only started testing this theory by playing around with the names of people, and trying to figure out which names were not censored, and which were.
I’ve since left the house, and started maintaining some serious archives of source code. I very rarely need to refer to this “code” outside of where I can remember it perfectly, and I have all of my names memorized with precisely the equivalents of the censored names. The house I lived in would do name checking. I can only think that when they checked that, they kept referring to me as “the person who doesn’t use the full acronym.”
In short, I learned to quit while I was ahead.
I also did not lose much of my programming skills. I can still read and understand code a lot more easily than I can write it. At this point I am not competent to build anything more than a rudimentary algorithm or a simple game, but I can pick up what I need to do on a whim.
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Thomas Mordaunt (1621-1682) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1646 to 1659.
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