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Town Fines For Public Cursing

The town of Middleborough, MA voted to impose a $20 fine on anyone using obscene language in public. What do you think?

  • "Like I've always said: Someday, only the rich will swear."

    Albert Lehman
    Marquetry Worker
  • “Why not just install some giant bleep machines all around town that go off really loudly anytime someone curses?"

    Raul Gillette
    Granulator Tender
  • "Good thing I've been working on my obscene pantomimes."

    Monica Daskawisz
    Unemployed