The title of Red Room's blog is of great interest to me. The freedom to speak is never without the awareness of responsibility. All freedoms are attached "by the hip" with responsibility. Although the speaker or writer often disregards it, you can be sure others view or listen to your argument through the lens of their own responsibility. If I were to speak or write anything, I should also be cognizant of how my material will be received. The subjective emotional force which drives our expressions should also be harnessed, tamed and groomed to assist us in producing something that will neither accutely offend nor overly appease. This is the only way to bring about reception of what you have said or done. I know much attention can be had by going to extremes one way or the other but a sane writer or speaker wants to be received rather than just heard or seen. In addition one must consider that each person listening or seeing has their own unique sense of responsibility born out of their own conscience. It seems like an impossible task to write or act in a way that would please everyone but if you at least consider the conscience of others, you will reach enough to make what you say or write productive.