Talk:Andrew Broad

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The New Idea reference says

At one point the man who describes himself as “deeply committed to supporting Australian farming” on his website, wrote, “I’m an Aussie lad, I know how to ride a horse, fly a plane and f--k my woman. My intentions are completely dishonourable.”

I edited the article to use "f--k" based on that text. It was reverted by @Onetwothreeip: due to the pictures of text messages being clear. I don't see pictures of text messages in either referenced article (online versions, I don't have the paper versions). The New Idea article does not say she showed her phone with the messages to the magazine reporter. Am I just not looking properly, is there more in the paper versions of references, or ...? --Scott Davis Talk 06:49, 17 December 2018 (UTC)

This isn't really a big deal either way, but I did see it on Daily Mail, not that I think Daily Mail should be considered a reliable source. There's also [1] from Pedestrian which says the whole word, and I assume others do too. Onetwothreeip (talk) 07:05, 17 December 2018 (UTC)
Thanks. I agree that both Daily Mail and Pedestrian purport to have screen shots using the full word. I'm not a WhatsApp user, so have no idea if we should expect to see screen shots with different backgrounds. --Scott Davis Talk 07:37, 17 December 2018 (UTC)