So, the other day I got an infraction for posting the first few results of a Google image search (SafeSearch turned ON) because one of the images contained the "F-word." It was in the P and WA forum, and they were images of the signs the protesters were holding. I did it to show the various types of displays being used and to show that they were essentially vulgar name calling and nonsensical slogans. I know that images proved my point, but I also know they violated the PF rules. I tried placing a strong warning ABOVE the images indicating there was strong language, but still received an infraction. Anyway, in the future, can I simply post a link to the search results themselves? I know the link will become less useful as time goes by and the results change, but could it be considered a valid piece of discussion at the time (even if the results themselves, contained profanity)? Here's an example: (http://www.google.com/search?q=the+...m=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&biw=1397&bih=750). Those are the search results "the internet." I reviewed them, and with SafeSearch On, there is nothing vulgar or distasteful for the first several hundred images. Please no infractions for this, I'm asking a question.