Here is the backstory in the email
Thank you for contacting Full Tilt Poker
Mary, we apologize for the delay, however it has come to our attention
that you have been abusing your chat privileges at the tables. We value
all players and wish to cultivate an environment in which they can play
without being harassed or called names at the tables. A copy of the
offending chat is shown below:
27-Nov-2007 23:59:08 can you say pu#$%? (which it didn't bleep out)
28-Nov-2007 00:00:17 what about &*(#@ing mother @#$%ing !#%#head
We have revoked your chat privileges at this time for a period of one
month, after which time they may be reinstated upon your request. Any
attempt to circumvent this suspension may result in the permanent
closing of your account.
We thank you for your cooperation in this matter, and wish you best of
luck at the tables.
Full Tilt Poker Support
Actually I was testing out the censors - not calling a donk a name or
anything like that. The entire table was having a good time saying bad
words to see if they would bleep them. Also, I had NOT been warned before.
The snide mark to a donkey wasn't going to involve a swear word, just a
"well played." Even then I should be in better control of my emotions,
but my point was that having my chat banned could be a good thing for my
game because I wasn't able to say anything to the villain, and I moved on
to the next hand.