Calling All Sports-Loving Prank Callers: It’s time to step up and do your duty

Calling All Sports-Loving Prank Callers: It’s time to step up and do your duty

Post by Morrissey Bree » Sun, 16 Dec 2012 07:34:10


Calling All Sports-Loving Prank Callers
Its time to step up and do your duty

Lets proceed on the assumption that prank calls DO actually lead to
the receiver committing suicide. If that is true, then every sports
lover in the country needs to do THIS as often as he/she can, until
the inevitable happy result comes about

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z14jFni1pjM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2R83ZKfEibo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3VnMFQUPcI

 
 
 

Calling All Sports-Loving Prank Callers: It’s time to step up and do your duty

Post by peterw » Sun, 16 Dec 2012 08:37:20


Quote:
> Calling All Sports-Loving Prank Callers
> Its time to step up and do your duty

> Lets proceed on the assumption that prank calls DO actually lead to
> the receiver committing suicide. If that is true, then every sports
> lover in the country needs to do THIS as often as he/she can, until
> the inevitable happy result comes about

> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z14jFni1pjM

> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2R83ZKfEibo

> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3VnMFQUPcI

Prank calls are OK sometimes, but NOT when the person on the other end
may be stressed, vulnerable, etc. And should NEVER be made to
hospitals, airports, police & fire stations etc.

They need to be clean - they must not invade personal privacy.

The call you are referring to was made:
- to a hospital
- to a potentially stressed poerson
- invaded privacy of the patient (does not matter who she was) when it
was broadfcast to the worls.

So, Mo, you condone harassment and bullying, despite condemning it in
your earlier post.

 
 
 

Calling All Sports-Loving Prank Callers: It’s time to step up and do your duty

Post by Morrissey Bree » Sun, 16 Dec 2012 08:48:38

On Dec 15, 12:37?pm, we were subjected to the usual display of

Quote:

> > Its time to step up and do your duty

> > Lets proceed on the assumption that prank calls DO actually lead to
> > the receiver committing suicide. If that is true, then every sports
> > lover in the country needs to do THIS as often as he/she can, until
> > the inevitable happy result comes about

> >http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z14jFni1pjM

> >http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2R83ZKfEibo

> >http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3VnMFQUPcI

> Prank calls are OK sometimes, but NOT when the person on the other end
> may be stressed, vulnerable, etc. And should NEVER be made to hospitals,

What if someone extremely rich and funded on the public purse is in
there for no good reason?

Quote:

> airports, police & fire stations etc.

Agreed.

Quote:

> They need to be clean - they must not invade personal privacy.

> The call you are referring to was made:
> - to a hospital
> - to a potentially stressed poerson
> - invaded privacy of the patient (does not matter who she was)

Rubbish.

Quote:

> when it
> was broadfcast to the worls.

> So, Mo, you condone harassment and bullying, despite condemning it in
> your earlier post.

I condemn harassment and bullying---and Murray Deaker is one of the
vilest exponents of both. That's why he should be prank-called until
he snaps.

 
 
 

Calling All Sports-Loving Prank Callers: It’s time to step up and do your duty

Post by peterw » Sun, 16 Dec 2012 12:02:43


Quote:

> I condemn harassment and bullying---and Murray Deaker is one of the
> vilest exponents of both. That's why he should be prank-called until
> he snaps.

So presumably the long suffering taxpayer is expected to pick up the
health costs tab if he does snap.
 
 
 

Calling All Sports-Loving Prank Callers: It’s time to step up and do your duty

Post by Mentalguy2k » Sun, 16 Dec 2012 22:38:39


On Dec 15, 12:37 pm, we were subjected to the usual display of

Quote:

> Calling All Sports-Loving Prank Callers
> > It s time to step up and do your duty

> > Let s proceed on the assumption that prank calls DO actually lead to
> > the receiver committing suicide. If that is true, then every sports
> > lover in the country needs to do THIS as often as he/she can, until
> > the inevitable happy result comes about

> >http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z14jFni1pjM

> >http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2R83ZKfEibo

> >http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3VnMFQUPcI

> Prank calls are OK sometimes, but NOT when the person on the other end
> may be stressed, vulnerable, etc. And should NEVER be made to hospitals,
>What if someone extremely rich and funded on the public purse is in
>there for no good reason?

Have you ever suffered from hyperemesis?
 
 
 

Calling All Sports-Loving Prank Callers: It’s time to step up and do your duty

Post by Radio Transcripts Lt » Mon, 17 Dec 2012 05:53:09


Quote:

> > I condemn harassment and bullying---and Murray Deaker is one of the
> > vilest exponents of both. That's why he should be prank-called until
> > he snaps.

> So presumably the long suffering taxpayer is expected to pick up the
> health costs tab if he does snap.

By "snapping", I think Breen means Deaker would take the honorable
option and kill himself. Hardly a burden on the taxpayer.