lol, yes, I am familiar with their military jobs. It's a GREAT public relations exercise. Really, you are a smart man - do you buy into that, really? wow.
Please remember, that my tax dollars support the Royal Family. Some Canadians are royalists, and some feel the way I do. That is, the "Royal Family" is an anachronistic tradition that has NO value. We pay their wages --- ridiculous! And yes, I have disdain for them. Oh, I forgot poor old Charles and his "Heritage Foundation" ... well, good on ya, old boy, for caring about old buildings. < sarcasm intended >
You quoted me. Can you refute ANYTHING I said?
Spooks? WTH are you talking about? Must be some idiotic UK show ... besides, I don't have TV; I gave it up because it is mind-numbing pap.
This thread is about speculation ... I'm merely speculating, that's all.
To answer the OP,,, duh, sorry S! .. in my experience, 'pranks' are intended to make someone the butt of a joke, and are most often not a nice thing, and akin to bullying. I don't like them. Should people be held responsible for pranks, in a legal sense. That could be very complicated.