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Might be good to think before raising that red flag

That's the best takeaway I can offer up after seeing what follows, perhaps you folks can do better:

H/T to Darryl at DashHouse.


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The original is better (and... (Below threshold)

The original is better (and makes more sense): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqFU8O53tr4

The problem I have with pra... (Below threshold)
Edward Sisson:

The problem I have with pranks like this is that the pranksters are taking advantage of people who just volunteer to help, and then embarrassing those people, making them into fools.

It's the same thing that provoked me to walk out of the Borat movie: Borat goes to a rodeo and plays on the good-heartedness of the people, claiming he is a foreigner who likes America, and then having played on their good-will and openness, humiliates them.

People who advocate altruism and volunteerism, and then go out, find such people, ask for their help, and then turn such volunteers into fools, reveal a kind of cruelty inside themselves that makes them not worth listening to in the future.






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