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