luner 12 ต.ค. 2013 @ 4:40pm
japanese propaganda
Does anyone know what this little guy is saying? click me
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luner 12 ต.ค. 2013 @ 4:41pm 
and why is j. a . p censored lol
y2k6 12 ต.ค. 2013 @ 11:34pm 
здохни жаба
Hox in the Box 13 ต.ค. 2013 @ 5:41am 
โพสต์ดั้งเดิมโดย purple #wodota:
and why is j. a . p censored lol
It is a racist slur.
/人◕‿‿◕人\ 13 ต.ค. 2013 @ 1:12pm 
J.ap isn't a racial term at all. It's just short for japanese. If this is racist then so is "外人" which the j.aps use all the time.
Moskeeto 13 ต.ค. 2013 @ 1:14pm 
In American culture it has commonly been used as a racial slur against the Japanese. Hence its censorship on the Steam forums which is based in the US.
/人◕‿‿◕人\ 13 ต.ค. 2013 @ 1:22pm 
โพสต์ดั้งเดิมโดย RST Moskeeto:
In American culture it has commonly been used as a racial slur against the Japanese. Hence its censorship on the Steam forums which is based in the US.

On it's own it's as racist as "brit" "scot" or "yankee", not at all. It's just that people are oversensitve when it comes to non-white people for no reason. It's stupid
Pte Maylam 13 ต.ค. 2013 @ 1:23pm 
Would it kill you lot to just accept it's going to be censored and move on?

I mean, just because you don't find it offensive, doesn't mean everyone else won't either. It seems rather selfish and arrogant to expect everyone else to subscribe to your own set of values and standards. What makes them so special?

-edit- and at any rate, this is not the thread to be discussing this non-issue.
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/人◕‿‿◕人\ 13 ต.ค. 2013 @ 1:35pm 
Because it's just an abbreviation and those offended by it use those and way worse terms all the time themselves? It's hypocrisy and just stupid over-sensitive people.
But yeah whatever this is off-topic
Moskeeto 13 ต.ค. 2013 @ 1:37pm 
I'm not offended by the term. I'm merely explaining Steam's reasoning behind the censorship. It has a history of being used in a negative connotation much unlike 'brit', 'scot', or 'yankee'.
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