ah - i had left this in my inbox because i hadn't had time to look and see what was going on. the comment makes it clear! and it works very well. the effort of censoring! subtracting text, red-lining it, pasting over it - then finally the stamp of approval.
not really... more that with a little effort someone can censor your work to mean the absolute opposite of your original meaning and then with a stamp of "what are you gonna do about it?" kick you up the arse for good measure
oh sure i saw the opposite thing and arse-kicking - but think about how censors are often idiotic bureaucrats - one of them erases and gives it to the next who says, "no not yet" and uses a red pen and give it to the next and so on - from the deputy under-secretary of censoring upwards... too much of a feeling of creativity if all three or four emendations came from the same hand... although... yes, i see your point that there might be a creative censor doing it gleefully... although i don't think glee is a big part of their tool kit... am i making any sense here?