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Saturday, 30 November 2013

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Iowan's will not put up with cursing in text messages.

DES MOINES, Iowa - The vast majority of Iowa citizens overwhelmingly agreed that the use of curse words in texting had gotten out of hand.

A group from Des Moines calling itself The Just Say No To (Expletive) Texting went all the way to the Iowa state senate and demanded that something be done about the vast amount of expletive words that were being used in text messages.

State senators Claudette Cora Wonderwillow [R-Sioux City] and Hester Peggy Goldenhouse [D-Ottumwa] spearheaded the bill which met with very little resistance.

Fellow Senator Baumgartner Tockstock [D-Oskaloosa] was one of only 11 state senators who voted against the curse word texting bill which passed by a vote of 39 to 11

Senator Tockstock stated that Iowa adults should be allowed to use all of the effen profanity that they friggin want just as long as the freakin expletives are in English and not in Spanish.

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