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Image and career are not more important than life itself, and that is not what I said. You do realize than you can have a career to be proud of AND have a great life too, right?
You're another one of those people who doesn't understand actually working to achieve something, being respected in your field, and then being humiliated and seeing it all end.
But you obviously haven't achieved much after decades of training and dedicated work, otherwise you would understand why she probably felt so humiliated. Welcome to being an adult. Adults work to achieve something. Many adults are proud of the work they do and the careers they have. One day, maybe when you've realized that a part time job at Subway is not considered an achievement, you'll get it. But until you actually have a career, you probably wont.
Originally posted by detachedindividual
Originally posted by RandomEd
reply to post by detachedindividual
Nice to see the considered and well thought-through arguments flourishing here.
Come on, you can do better than that. What do you not agree with? The fact that only idiots and low functioning teenagers think this kind of prank is funny?
It is not the first time a member of the royal family has been the subject of a prank call. In 1995 a Canadian DJ pretending to be Canada's then prime minister, Jean Chretien, was put through to the Queen and spoke for around 15 minutes, during which he asked her to record a speech in support of Canadian unity before a referendum in Quebec.
I guess you haven't been actually watching the news? There has been plenty of debate in the UK about the security and privacy of Kate as a result of this call, before the death of the nurse.
I don't know what the laws are in Australia, but pretending to be someone else in order to gain access to medical information about another person is a criminal offence. When that other person is a member of the Royal family, it's a thousand times worse! Those DJ's should feel lucky that they weren't immediately arrested and detained under anti-terror laws!
Originally posted by DreamerOracle
reply to post by Knobby
So she was in debt and depressed? you know that for a fact? A Private Hospital Nurse in debt? Likely or could be are not definitely are in either state. She wasn't recieving any stress from either Employers or Will and Kate in fact it was classed as nothing important and yet..... well you know the outcome. Still doesn't fly.
Originally posted by IceHappy
This poor woman suicide has been labeled by the police as suspicions and they are not going to investigate. Say What?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
Originally posted by 11I11
Well quite simply it is another one of those "accidents" associated with the royal family.
Originally posted by RandomEd
reply to post by Logos23
Can you post some links of the outrage prior to her death?
You are making this about nurses, but it never was about nurses. It just happened to end up this way.