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Thread: Patricia invited onto Newstalk by Sean Moncrieff.

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    Default Patricia invited onto Newstalk by Sean Moncrieff.

    Sean Moncrieff (SeanMoncrieff) on Twitter

    Go on Pat. Have you got the courage of our convictions ?
    Last edited by Alec Horan; 07-11-09 at 17:30.

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    I don't think I can go on national radio, I'm too shy

    But I did just email Sean.

    Besides my auntie would f*cking kill me if I went on national radio, she's already annoyed enough about me being all over the Internet!

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    Default Not going to happen.......

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    That is very good of you, but I don't know if I'm good enough to be on radio! ;-) I'll email you x
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    not even a phone interview ?

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    Don't under any circumstances get involved with the media. The last two times journalists came onto the boards doing some research, their articles were the usual reactionary shit about human trafficking and the perverts who pay for sex. They're all cunts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anonymouse View Post
    Don't under any circumstances get involved with the media. The last two times journalists came onto the boards doing some research, their articles were the usual reactionary shit about human trafficking and the perverts who pay for sex. They're all cunts.
    But they did not offer a right of reply as Newstalk have just done.
    Your calling them 'cunts' could be deemed to be somewhat reactionary.

    The subject itself is an interesting one and I dont think that there is any great harm in a debate.

    Prostitution is legal and regulated in the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, some Australian states, New Zealand and some rural counties in the US state of Nevada.

    These are examples of first world nations, not dodgy states with scant regard for their citizens welfare.

    On the other hand there are a greater number where it is illegal or legal yet unregulated. Its not an open and shut case either way.

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    Don't do it. There's bigger problems out there that need dealing with on national radio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patricia View Post
    I don't think I can go on national radio, I'm too shy

    But I did just email Sean.

    Besides my auntie would f*cking kill me if I went on national radio, she's already annoyed enough about me being all over the Internet!
    I give you full permission to go on the wireless or I can do it Monday as soon as I get my dentures back from the dentist.

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    journalists chase me all over too they are parked outside the Clarion hotel most days I can't go for a pint or a sambo there anymore

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    Alec, the public, and thus the media, already have their minds made up about escorts and punters. A debate would be a complete waste of everybody's time - Ireland will not, nor is it even close to thinking about, legalising prostitution in the near-to-mid future, so the debate would be pointless. It would only serve as yet another excuse for busy-bodied people or commentators to dredge up the usual shit about trafficking, funding crime, drugs etc etc.

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