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Somebody flashed "I am kidnapped" in morse code and the cops get pissed at the person who *reported* it? I don't believe it.

You have a balcony and you know Morse code, huh? Well, aren't we fancy.

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Somebody flashed "I am kidnapped" in morse code and the cops get pissed at the person who *reported* it? I don't believe it.

You mean the 1 in a million chance this kid used morse code and someone who just happens to know it was across the street facing their house seems fishy?

The kid could of googled the phrase and used it

I don’t believe you. If they doubt your CW abilities, you can easily prove it. And I’m sure the police would believe you over a kid.

You have a balcony and you know Morse code, huh? Well, aren't we fancy.

Maybe the kid sending this shit should be in trouble?

How does this crap get posted?

What kind of craziness is that? Are the police just as crazy in Canada as they are here in the US?

I'm not crazy, I'm just not user friendly.

I don't see how. You weren't to know it was a kid messing around, and you did what anyone who knows Morse Code would have done. If anyone should be in trouble, it's the kid.

You can cheer yourself up by thinking how sad that kid will be when he actually gets kidnapped, and no one will pay attention to his signals.

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I read a story about this, it was called "The Boy Who Morse-Coded Kidnapped".

That's called "Natural Selection".

That is an updated version of the previous story "The shepherd who cried Wolf!"

Wait...They got mad at YOU? That sucks...

Wow.. that's crazy because a house across the street from kept blinking their porch light and off at night.

Yeah, but they were telling you to stop staring at their house like a creep.

Why are you in trouble when someone else faked a call for help? The kid should be in trouble, not you.