EDNote: All contributors should be aware that the name of Nabokov's most famous heroine is a spam keyword, definitely when in subject lines, possibly also within the body of messages.  The effect is strengthened if other risque words are in proximity, like s...e....x without the dots.  Unfortunately, for timely publication, we'll all need to cloak these keywords when we use them in our messages. I've modified Mr. Juliar's post accordingly, below, after receiving it from my spam quarantine with a two-day delay.  See below.   

Of course, when talking about the heroine, not the novel, there is a tendency nowadays to use "Dolly" or "Dolores" or perhaps "Lo", which would also prevent the problem.


-------- Original Message --------
Subject: "Masters of S^x" meets "Lol*ta".
Date: Tue, 15 Jul 2014 12:27:54 -0400
From: Michael Juliar <michael@juliar.com>
To: <nabokv-l@utk.edu>, <nabokv-l@holycross.edu>

Margaret Scully (Allison Janney) is in bed with "L**lita". Take a look at my blog posting at vnbiblio.com about s...x, book lies, and TV in the newest episode of "Masters of S...x".

Michael Juliar

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