If you decide to comment on an article appearing in the Boston Globe's web site, you'd better be careful of the words you use, even if in the context of your statement the word is perfectly harmless. I tried to enter a comment following their classical-music critic Jeremy Eichler's story on the schedule of operas next season by Opera Boston. I expressed the hope that they would not add any distracting features such as the video the Boston Lyric Opera inserted into their their staging of Benjamin Britten's setting of the Henry James novella "Turn of the Screw". (One opera being staged is Beethoven's "Fidelio" a piece with a story line that could be interpreted as being political in nature. Stage directors in the past have been unable to resist "updating" it to recent or contemporary events.) Well, when I tried to post the comment, the website filter declared that I should change one word: "screw"! Oh, I get it...instead of hiring a human being to read submissions, and THEN decide if they're suitable for publishing, a robot has been programmed to look for POTENTIALLY naughty words. Uh oh...I'd better not refer to Tea Party Convention attenders as "teabaggers".