For me I guess I'm too old to be. Bill Maher is always ranting that it's gone too far and sometimes the Dems don't do themselves any favors by over embracing it. I'm around Bill's age and I couldn't agree more. But let's have a little fun with it. Have you ever encountered an issue that you just had to look up and go "REALLY". Let's not judge people for what they think is too far. (yeah, I know it's going to happen anyway) For me the one that had me shaking my head was when Major League Baseball decided that it was politically incorrect to use the term 'Disabled list/DL' and renamed it the the 'Injured list/IL" dis·a·bled /ˌdisˈāb(ə)ld/ Learn to pronounce adjective (of a person) having a physical or mental condition that limits movements, senses, or activities. Having a physical injury that keeps them from playing baseball seems spot on. Now granted, I'm not disabled but I do have quite a few disabled friends and co-workers and none of the even considered it until they changed it and basically laughed when they heard. I think this was really unnecessary. Are there any instances where you think it's gone a bit far or am I the only one? Feel free to deliver a snarky insult.