I think the Dunblane massacre as well as the one in Hungerford are simply not comedic in any way. I regard jokes about 9/11 or the Holocaust in the same way.
Andy Murray was in the school at the time the massacre took place, so certainly he knows what can be comedic value or not with regards to this. I don't think he would think there's any.
Dunblane has had to live down the terrible events of that day which were due to just one mentally unbalanced pedophile. What can they do? What about the people of Hungerford - do they deserve it?
I mentioned Dunblane in my submission because Andy Murray comes from there only to get the Saltire "one star special". Big deal. But I didn't mention the massacre because I don't want to inflict pain on the innocent.
This site is about comedy, about satirizing real life with surrealism and just good humour.
There is a line of tastelessness and unfortunately DVO crashed right through it, which is a shame because DVO is generally pretty funny.
Come on people! There's a court case between two football multi-millionaires over whether one of them used a naughty word in the penalty box. It's got huge comedic potential.
And by the way Perks, knowing several dyslexics as I do, they've always found time to laugh at their condition.