@betterlate1 It is both a proper noun and a common noun. E.g. it is used as a common noun when someone is called a "grammar nazi".
Posts made by Sproggle
Suggestion: make censoring players invisible to censored players.
Recently, when I used the "join table" feature three names in a row were players who had "censored" me. I don't understand exactly what censoring is, but it clealy involves preventing the censored player from playing the censoring player. This being the case, would it not make sense to make censoring players invisible to censored players?
Also, while I appreciate that people might have all sorts of reasons for censoring potential opponents that are not necessarily personal or hostile, I for one cannot help but feel a bit offended to know that I have been censored, especially if (as in these cases) I cannot attribute the players' decisions to their being sore losers, since two of them seem to have played and won one game against me, and I haven't even played the third. Clearly, Lexulous would be a more pleasant environment if such concerns did not arise...