To: FormerACLUmember; All
To those who felt this was a "bad thing to do": PPPFFFT!
The man is my hero of the day. As he noted -- if all you all missed it -- "at least allow us to opt out of these intrusive calls." That is common politeness.
As I recollect there are laws against robo-calls outside of normal waking hours.
posted on 01/14/2011 9:16:24 AM PST
Your school district must not have an emergency notification system. odd. Believe it or not this is not "robo calling" to solicit your buck for a candidate or old car for charity....... is a way for schools to have an automated calling system for...emergencies...like lockdowns and school closings (remember Beslan? a lot of schools kicked up their plans after that horror) last minute updates to school schedules...cancelled events....etc etc etc
In ours, the emergency notification cards come home the first day of school and parents indicate the phone number(s) to be used for contact. Here's a chance for parents to have those emergency calls go to their ... cell phone.
I would venture a guess Mr Lawyer has the missus take care of filling out the school forms and such, all he needs to do is call the school office or go in there and change his emergency notification form ..but look how much time he spent instead getting some petty "revenge". He is a dick.
posted on 01/14/2011 9:39:59 AM PST
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