17 December 2017
You know how the US government's Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is now forbidden from using certain words?
vulnerable entitlement diversity transgender fetus evidence-based science-based
(source: Washington Post)
Well, in order to help slow down the spread of political speech enforcement that is apparently stopping all of us cool innovator type people from saying the Things We Can't Say, here's a Git hook to make sure that every time you blog, you include at least one of the forbidden words.
If you blog without including one of the forbidden words, you're obviously internalizing censorship and need more freedom, which you can maybe get by getting out of California for a while. After all, a lot of people here seem to think that "innovation" is building more creepy surveillance as long as you call it "growth hacking" or writing apps to get members of the precariat to do the stuff that your Mom used to do for you.
You only have to include one forbidden word
every time you commit a blog entry, not in every
file. You only need forbidden words in blog
entries, not in scripts or templates. You can
always get around the forbidden word check with the
Suggestions and pull requests welcome. script on GitHub