All right, this has come up twice in the comments, so I'll weigh in on it. Some have criticized Councilman Jergensen for objecting to a city sponsored book club selection that included explicit content. Fine, criticize him. But really, it was a logical stance for him to take. Since it's important that civic activities are open to everyone, then why shouldn't the activities maintain some sort of ethical standard to ensure wide participation? Well, what standard you ask? There are a number of standards. We could use standards set nationally for television and radio broadcasts. We could use standards set for books to be read in public schools. Anyway, for a city wide book club meant to include everybody, why shouldn't we choose titles that could also be read on the air, or in public schools?