I received an email from Google (who owns Blogger) about my July 2019 blog post "I Am Now Too Old to Use the Internet".
Your post titled "I Am Now Too Old to Use the Internet" was flagged to us for review. This post was put behind a warning for readers because it contains sensitive content; the post is visible at
Your blog readers must acknowledge the warning before being able to read the post/blog.
Why was your blog post put behind a warning for readers?
Your content has been evaluated according to our Adult Content policy.
Please visit our Community Guidelines page linked in this email to learn more.
But why? All I can figure out is that I used the word "fuck" twice in that post. There's nothing else at all controversial there that I can see. Just me musing, a bit emotionally.
So really? Now you can't use the word "fuck" in a Blogger post? Seems pretty ridiculous, and very heavy.
I wonder if an enemy of mine (?) turned me in to Google for such a piddling issue.
I never use the f-word in real life, among people. But I do use it when I stub my toe.
I did use it here twice when emotional. I'm hardly going to apologize for that.
Fuck Google's unthinking AI.
Weird and it makes me a bit angry. Of course, there's no sense in trying to fight this, even if I could figure out who to write to--there doesn't seem to be any way to contact them to ask questions.
Reminds me of the time I was banned from posting to Facebook for two months because I posted this picture:
What an amazing picture, full of strength and opposition.
And the unthinking robotic bitches at FB blocked it.
I don't do much of anything with Facebook anymore.
Maybe now Google will also ban me to for posting this amazing picture. If so, fuck them.
Adult content? Bizarre.
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