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Subj:     Phone Supp Jokes
                 (Includes 47 jokes and articles, 29 1033,38,cf,wYT3,31)

          Click "Here" for Phone-Supp2
 


Phone Rings from
SCHULACES3
on 10/16/2003
Includes the following:  Break of Day Cartoons (S962 in Supp2)
.........................Guiding Hands - Video (S1016 in Supp2)
.........................Your New Dial Phone - Video (S1030 in Supp2
.........................Information Please (S70, S513b in Supp2)
.........................Shark Selfie - Drawing (S1013 in Supp2)
.........................Smartphone Addiction - Animation (S1033 in Supp2)
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.........................Candorville Sunday Comic Strip (S908)
.........................Cell Phone Magic - Video (S911)
.........................Stare At The Samsung S4 For 60 Minutes To Win It-Vid(S855)
.........................iDoctor - Smartphone, The Future Of Medicine-Video (S8520)
.........................Holiday Medley!-Victoria Justice/Max Schneider-Vid (S833)
.........................Grandparents Answering Machine: (S821)
.........................European Fake Cell Phone Commercial - Video (S769)
.........................Jerry Seinfeld - Answering Machine Messages - Videos (S766)
.........................Eric's Train Ride (S802)
.........................Bruce Lee Plays Ping Pong With Nunchucks - Video (S740)
.........................Kid Calls 911 For Help With Math - Video (S711b)
.........................Morse Code Vs Text Messaging - Videos (S685)
.........................The Bat Phone (S746)
.........................Samsung's Flexible OLED Screen - Video (S685b)
.........................Sumsing's New Phone - Video (S680b)
.........................Phone Scam (S149)
.........................Dangers of Cell And Remote Phones (S664b)
.........................Free 411 On Cell Phones (S526c)
.........................GOOG411 (S618b)
.........................The Truth About GOOG411 (S618b)
.........................Verizon Customer Makes A Phone Call - Video (S607b)
.........................Cell Phone Info (S491c)
.........................Automated Phone Hell - Video (S631)
.........................Phone Sex Through Moldova
.........................5-year-old Savannah's 911 Call - Video (S683)
.........................Cell Phone For Seniors (S705)
.........................If You're Having A Bad Day (S89, S574b)
.........................Short Phone Jokes
..............................Dilbert Sunday Comic Strip (S667)
..............................Mother Goose And Grimm (S683)
..............................A Modern Intimate Phone Call (S858)
..............................Nestle Crunch Hot Line - Video (S683)
..............................Calling The 411 Operator (S739)
..............................New Orleans 911 Call (S591)
..............................Redneck 911 Call - Audio (S608)
..............................Mosquito Ringtones - Audio (S562)
..............................One Big Happy (S597c)
..............................Collect Call (S750)
..............................Spaghetti Telecom (S592b)
..............................Cellphone Etiquette - Video (S577c)
..............................OB-Gyn Phone Answering Message - Audio (S570)
..............................iPhone Mystery - Game (S570)
..............................911 Call For The Postman - Video (S578c)
..............................Religious Traffic Sign! (S567b)
..............................Frank And Ernest On Cell Phones Cartoon (S556b)
..............................Bees and Mobile Phones (S535c)
..............................Telemarketer Nightmare - Audio (S510b, S791)
..............................The Secret Homeland Security Hotline Phone (S492c)
..............................Phone Sex Case (S489)
..............................Ordering A Pizza By Phone II - Video (S486)
..............................Psychiatric Office Answering Machine - Audio (S483c)

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Subj:     Candorville Sunday Comic Strip (S908)
          By Darrin Bell
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/candorville/2014/06/08
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Subj:     Cell Phone Magic (S911d)
          With Irfan Mughal
 Source: (Removed from facebook.com/photo)

 Irfan performs many magic tricks with his cell phone.
 You can view the tricks by clicking 'HERE'.

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Subj:     Stare At The Samsung S4 For 60 Minutes To Win It
          From: Wimp.com on 5/26/2013 (S855d)
Photo from iDownLoadBlog.com
 Source: http://www.wimp.com/samsungstare/

 It's inbuilt Smart Pause function means the S4 knows when someone
 is looking at it.  The longer a participant stares at the screen,
 the bigger the discount is.  This Cool Funny game ends the moment
 eye contact ends.  An S4 was handed out for free after 60 minutes.
 Click 'HERE' to see this fun contest in Zurich, Switzerland.

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Subj:     iDoctor - Smartphone,
............The Future Of Medicine (S8520d)
          From: Mel's Video on 5/10/2013
 Source: http://www.youtube.com/embed/YY3d4dyFRog

 On NBC's Rock Center with Brian Williams, Dr.Eric Topol talks
 with Doctor Nancy Snyderman about the future patient and how
 the smart phone could change medicine forever.  Click 'HERE'
 to see the future of medicine.

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Subj: Holiday Medley! - 
Victoria Justice  Max Schneider
......From: Mel's Video of the Day
......on 12/23/2012 (S833d)
Source1: http://www.youtube.com/
.........embed/pHpaCq7xIQM
Source2: http://www.coolestone.com/
.........media/5046/Holiday-Medley/

 A well done medley of holiday tunes sung by Victoria Justice
 and Max Schneider using iPhones. There is no video effects
 trickery going on here, they played back a video on each of
 the phones and then filmed it all in one take! Very creative
 and well done!  Click 'HERE' to see a beautiful iphone medley.

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Subj:     Grandparents Answering Machine: (S821)
          From: darrelldre on 9/22/2012
 Source: http://terri0729.wordpress.com/2011/11/13/
.........grandparents-answering-machine-via-mom/

 Good morning... At present we are not at home but, please
    leave your message after you hear the beep. beeeeeppp...
 If you are one of our children, dial 1 and then select the
    option from 1 to 5 in order of "arrival" so we know who it is.
 If you need us to stay with the children, press 2.
 If you want to borrow the car, press 3.
 If you want us to wash your clothes and ironing, press 4.
 If you want the grandchildren to sleep here tonight, press 5.
 If you want us to pick up the kids at school, press 6.
 If you want us to prepare a meal for Sunday or
    to have it delivered to your home, press 7.
 If you want to come to eat here, press 8.
 If you need money, press 9.
 If you are going to invite us to dinner, or, taking us
    to the theater start talking we are listening !!!

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Subj:     European Fake Cell Phone Commercial
          From: Treasures Once Lost on 10/10/11 (S769d)
 Source: http://www.youtube.com/embed/5xDbfHYZy4k

 (Also see 'Man With Hand Phone Goes Into A Bar' in Bar2
.......and 'Bill Gates And Farting' in Famous-Gates
..... .and 'Three Nationalities In A Sauna' Redneck-Supp)

 This video is a fake European commercial.  In it three guys
 in a bar each have new, amazing forms of communication
 technology.  Click 'HERE' to see this very cute, European
 commercial.

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Subj:     Jerry Seinfeld - Answering Machine Messages (S766d)
          From: Wimp.com on 9/14/2011
 Source1: http://www.youtube.com/embed/5W8K9SMI9Fk
 Source2: http://www.youtube.com/embed/caDNtCG1WsE

 This video is the intro monologue for Seinfeld's Season
 04 Episode 07 The Bubble Boy.  Click 'HERE' to see this
 funny, forty-four second joke routine.
 
Click on the second source, to see a fifty-four
second, closing monologue on phone machines.
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Photo from Wikia.com

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Subj:     Eric's Train Ride (S802)
          From: virv on 5/27/2012
 Source: http://www.dr1.com/forums/clown-bin/124164-erics-train-ride.html

 After a very busy day, a commuter settled down in her seat
 and closed her eyes as the train departed Montreal for Hudson.

 As the train rolled out of the station, the guy sitting next
 to her pulled out his cell phone and started talking in a
 loud voice: "Hi sweetheart it's Eric, I'm on the train - yes,
 I know it's the six thirty and not the four thirty but I had
 a long meeting - no, honey, not with that floozie from the
 accounts office, with the boss.  No sweetheart, you're the
 only one in my life - yes, I'm sure, cross my heart" etc.,
 etc.

 Fifteen minutes later, he was still talking loudly , when the
 young woman sitting next to him, who was obviously angered by
 his continuous diatribe, yelled at the top of her voice: "Hey,
 Eric, turn that stupid phone off and come back to bed!"

 Eric doesn't use his cell phone in public any longer.

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Subj:     Bruce Lee Plays Ping Pong With Nunchucks 
          From: Wimp.com on 3/19/2011 (S740d)
 Source1: http://www.danwei.org/featured_video/
..........bruce_lee_plays_ping_pong_with.php
 Source2: http://www.wimp.com/bruceplaying/

 This ad for a Nokia N96 phone features a digitally inserted
 Bruce Lee playing ping pong with nunchucks.  Click 'HERE'
 to see this amazing ping pong match.

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Subj:     Kid Calls 911 For Help With Math (S711b,d)
          From: Wimp.com on 8/25/2010
          (Also see '911 Math' in Math1)
 Source1: http://www.wimp.com/kidmath/
 Source2: http://www.youtube.com/embed/YoTIaRyGzac

 Click 'HERE' to hear this cute four-year-old get math
 help from the 911 operator.

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Subj:     Morse Code Vs Text Messaging (S685d)
          From: lubin100 on 2/25/2010 (in Movies2)
 Source: http://www.n5ui.com/morse-code.html

 On May 13, 2005, in a test to see if text messaging or morse
 code can send a message the fastest, The Tonight Show with
 Jay Leno has two young guys and two old guys pair up sending
 the same message.  Click 'HERE' for to see who was fastest.

 NOTE: the old guy was using a "bug" (just requires a side
 wise tap) rather than pressing a key.  But that's what the
 they used "in the old days" if they were good.  A good
 operator could carry a line or so of code in his head before
 transmitting.

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Subj:     The Bat Phone (S746)
          From: ezines@arcamax.com on 4/27/2011

 Oklahoma Governor Brad Henry's first encounter with the
 "bat phone" didn't go as planned, reports The Shawnee Star.
 The phone, which is used strictly for emergencies and
 connects the state and the Department of Homeland Security,
 rang unexpectedly one night.

 "Suddenly I hear a shrill, loud noise.  It scared me half
 to death," Henry says. "And then I realize the 'bat phone'
 is ringing!  Now I'm in a panic because it must be a matter
 of national security."

 Henry lifted the receiver of the ominous phone.  Was it the
 President on the other end?

 "It was a telemarketer," said Henry.

 [Borrowed from Reader's Digest.]

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Subj:     Samsung's Flexible OLED Screen (S685b,d)
          From: Wimp.com on 2/18/2010
 Source1: http://www.wimp.com/samsungflexible/
 Source2: http://www.youtube.com/embed/f8S8tbQMp2k

 Samsung has been working to deliver flexible displays for
 cell phones that will be significantly thinner than current
 LCD screens.  But a big question for electronics makers will
 be how sturdy are these flexible displays?  There's only one
 way to answer that question and that's with a hammer.  Click
 'HERE' to see this amazing new phone.

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Subj:     Sumsing's New Phone (S680b,d)
          by The Groen Brothers
          From: gattica30 on 1/23/2010
 Source: http://www.youtube.com/embed/CZSaO5atuKY

 Click 'HERE' to see this cute, silly video about the
 Sumsing 3000 Xi Multitask in this fake ad made by the
 Groen brothers.

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Subj:     Phone Scam (S149)
          From: dmswitzer on 98-05-08
      and From: RFSlick on 12/10/1999

 I received a telephone call from an individual identifying
 himself as an ATandT Service Technician who was conducting a
 test on our telephone lines.  He stated that to complete the
 test we should touch nine (9), zero (0), the pound sign (#)
 and then hang up. Luckily, we were suspicious and refused.

 Upon contacting the telephone company we were informed that
 by pushing 90# you give the requesting individual full access
 to your telephone line, which allows them to place a long
 distance telephone calls billed to your home phone number. We
 were further informed that this scam has been originating
 from many of the local jails and prisons.  I have also
 verified this information with UCB Telecomm.

 Please beware. This sounds like an Urban Legend - IT IS NOT!
 I further called GTE Security this morning and verified that
 this is definitely possible. DO NOT press 90# for ANYONE.
 The GTE Security department requested that I share this
 information with EVERYONE I KNOW!!!

 This is mostly not true any more.  It does not work for
 residential and cell phones.  You can read about it at
 http://www.snopes.com/fraud/telephone/jailcall.asp

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Subj:     Dangers of Cell And Remote Phones (S664b)
          From: Anonymous Jr. on 9/29/2009
Photo from iLike.com
 Source: http://products.mercola.com/blue-tube-headset/?source=nl

 Go to the above source and see the video.  Take the quiz,
 and learn the long term dangers and solutions to these
 wonderful new tools.

 I don't generally forward this type of information even though
 it's for the public good.  But after seeing the video, you
 will have learned to use the speaker feature on cell phones.
 Over ten years this may save your life.  Look at the video
 and read the web page, please.

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Subj:     Free 411 On Cell Phones (S526c)
          From: darrell94590 on 2/15/2007

 Cell phone companies are charging us $1.00 to $1.75 or more
 for 411 information calls when they don't have to.  Most of
 us do not carry a telephone directory in our vehicle, which
 makes this situation even more of a problem.

 When you need to use the 411 information option, simply dial
 1 (800) FREE 411, or 1 (800) 373-3411 without incurring any
 charge at all!

 Snopes.com verifies this is correct at
 http://www.snopes.com/inboxer/nothing/free411.asp

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Subj:     GOOG411 (S618b,d)
          From: ICohen on 11/10/2008
Small pic from Blogs.ZDNet.com...
 Source: http://www.youtube.com/embed/cN0q8SvlQAk

 Don't waste your money on information calls and don't waste
 your time manually dialing the number.  I am driving along
 in my car and I need to call the golf course and I don't
 know the number.  I hit the speed dial for information that
 I have programmed.

 Dial: 1-800-goog411.  This is an awesome service from
 Google, and it's free -- great when you are on the road.

 The voice at the other end says, "City ? State."  I say,
 "Garland, Texas."  He says, "Business, Name or Type of
 Service."  I say, Firewheel Golf Course."  He says,
 "Connecting" and Firewheel answers the phone.  How great
 is that?  This is nationwide and it is absolutely free!

 You can see a video clip about this wonderful service
 by clicking 'HERE'.

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Subj:     The Truth About GOOG411 (S618b)
          By Juan Perez on 11/11/08
          Posted by Garett Rogers
 Source: (Removed from infoworld.com)

 Google's free 411 service (1-800-GOOG-411) lets you find
 and call local businesses, but the service isn't exactly
 as it seems.  On the surface, it looks pretty straight
 forward, but spending lots of money advertising a service
 that has no clear potential to make money should have seemed
 a bit suspicious.

 In reality, Google's 411 service is about training a powerful
 speech-to-text engine that will one day find itself in things
 like video search.  The more sample audio they have (people
 looking for businesses), the more accurate their system will
 become. Marissa Mayer did an interview with Infoworld in
 October where she explains what GOOG-411 is really all about.

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Subj:     Verizon Customer Makes A Phone Call
          From: gattica30 on 8/21/2008 (S607b,d)
 Source: http://www.break.com/usercontent/2008/7
........./Verizon-Wireless-Surprises-Customer-537412.html

 In this video, a Verizon customer makes a phone call
 with amazing results.  The Verizon "can you hear me guy"
 and network show up and follow someone around, just like
 on TV. He and everyone else in the park were taken by surprise.
 You can view this video by clicking 'HERE'.

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Subj:     Cell Phone Info (S491c)
          From: jtgalvan on 6/16/2006

 Here is something worth knowing if you have a mobile phone.

 Have you ever wondered why phone companies don't seem interested
 in trying to prevent the theft of mobile phones?  If you have
 ever lost, or had one stolen, and if you are on a plan, you
 still have to pay the plan approximately up to 24 months, and
 you have to go buy another handset and enter into another
 contract. This is more revenue for the phone company.

 There is a simple way of making lost or stolen mobiles useless
 to thieves and the phone companies know about it, but keep it
 quiet.

 To check your mobile phone's serial number, key in the following
 on your phone.  star-hash-zero-six-hash ( * # 0 6 # ) and a
 fifteen digit code will appear on the screen.  This is unique to
 your handset.  Write it down and keep it safe.  Should your
 mobile phone get stolen, you can phone your service provider and
 give them this code.  They will then be able to block your
 handset, so even if the thief changes the sim card, your phone
 will be totally useless.

 You probably won't get your phone back, but at least you know
 that whoever stole it can't use/sell it either.

 If everybody did this, there would be no point in stealing
 mobile phones.

 Gayle checked this article at Snopes.com at
 http://www.snopes.com/crime/prevent/celltheft.asp
 which says it is partially true.  Thanks Gayle for the info.

 No charge for directory assistance

 Phone companies are charging us $1.00 or more for 411 -
 information calls when they don't have to.

 When you need to use the 411 / information option, simply dial
 1-800-FREE-411 or 1 800 373 3411 without incurring a charge.

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Subj:     Automated Phone Hell (S631d)
          From: gattica30 on 2/9/2009
..........At: (Removed from automatedphonehell.com)

 When you get to Automated Phone Hell be sure to press
 all the keys.  Click 'HERE' to see this interactive video.

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Subj:     Phone Sex Through Moldova
          From: Ossama's Laugh on 1/31/98

 AND YOU THOUGHT PHONE SEX WAS EXPENSIVE!  How's this for a
 scam, you offer "free" adult services.  Then you quietly, in
 the background, disconnect subscribers from their Internet
 connection when they choose a particular service from your
 Web site.  Then, without their knowledge (because you shut
 off the modem speaker and they were too busy getting aroused
 to notice) you reconnect them to the Internet.  Only instead
 of via their local access number, you route them through
 Moldova, a republic in the former Soviet Union to the tune
 of about $2.00 per minute.  Probably not an unreasonable
 fee in the world of 900#'s, etc.  It's just that when you
 left their Web site to go visit, CNET or wherever else you
 want to surf to after looking at naked pictures, you were
 still connecting through Moldova!  The Federal Trade
 Commission won a court order to shut the sites down.....
   (true story!)
 so u "peepers" out there be forewarned...*teehee*

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Subj:     5-year-old Savannah's 911 Call (S683d)
          From: tom on 1/27/2010
 Source: http://www.youtube.com/embed/zj837OTiYWc

 Hancock County - It took a five-year-old girl to save her
 father's life. She talked to 911 dispatchers when she
 thought her father was having a heart attack.

 About 9:30 Monday night, Hancock county dispatcher Jason
 Bonham got a call. At first, he couldn't understand the
 person who was on the line.  A man was in distress and
 unable to speak.  "You could hear the father a little bit
 where he said tell 'em or take it," said Bonham.

 That's when Savannah, the man's five-year-old daughter,
 picked up the phone and took over talking to Jason.

 Click 'HERE' to listen to Savana handle this emergency.

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Subj:     Cell Phone For Seniors (S705) 
          From: tom on 7/19/2010
Drawing from SouthTownStar.com
 Source: http://www.thelaughline.com/2010/07/cell-phone-for-seniors/

 This might not mean anything if you are under 40 or there-
 abouts, but back in the day, we didn't have the convenience
 of push button digital phones.  Oh no - we had those lovely
 rotary dial phones, and it took forever to dial a number,
 especially if the phone or your finger slipped, and you
 mis-dialled.  Because it had NO auto-redial - you had to do
 it manually.  Also there was NO address book - except the
 one you wrote in with your pen.  And NO voicemail or text -
 if you missed a call.

 In honor of the phones of yesteryear, here is a phone that
 us seniors (or at least us old enough to remember) can
 identify with...  Click 'HERE' to see this very cute picture.

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Subj:     If You're Having A Bad Day (S89, S574b)
          From: Tom_Adams on 98-10-16 and 9/15/2003
      and From: darrellvip on 1/13/2008

 This is great!  You will get a kick out of this...

 For all of us who occasionally have a really bad day when
 we just need to take it out on someone!!!  Don't take that
 bad day out on someone you know, take it out on someone
 you DON'T know!!!

 Now get this.  I was sitting at my desk, when I remembered
 a phone call I had to make.  I found the number and dialed
 it. A man answered nicely saying, "Hello?"

 I politely said, "This is Patrick Hanifin and could I
 please speak to Robin Carter?"  He rudely said NO!, and
 hung up on me.

 I tracked down Robin's correct number and called her. She
 had transposed the last two digits incorrectly.

 After I hung up with Robin, I spotted the wrong number
 still lying there on my desk.  I decided to call it again.
 When the same person once more answered, I yelled "You're
 a jackass!" and hung up.

 Next to his phone number I wrote the word "jackass," and
 put it in my desk drawer.  Every couple of weeks, when I
 was paying bills, or had a really bad day, I'd call him
 up.  He'd answer, and the I'd yell, "You're a jackass!",
 it would always cheer me up.

 Later in the year the phone company introduced caller ID.
 This was a real disappointment for me, I would have to
 stop calling the jackass.  Then one day I had an idea.
 I dialed his number, then heard his voice, "Hello."  I
 made up a name. "Hi. This is the sales office of the
 telephone company and I'm just calling to see if you're
 familiar with our caller ID program?"

 He went, "No!" and slammed the phone down.  I quickly
 called him back and said, "That's because you're a jackass!"

 The reason I took the time to tell you this story, is to
 show you how if there's ever anything really bothering
 you, you can do something about it.

 Just dial 823-4863.

 [Keep reading, it gets better.]

 The old lady at the mall really took her time pulling out
 of the parking space. I didn't think she was ever going
 to leave.  Finally, her car began to move and she started
 to very slowly back out of the slot. I backed up little
 more to give her plenty of room to pull out.  Great, I
 thought, she's finally leaving.

 All of a sudden this black Camaro come flying up the
 parking aisle in the wrong direction and pulls into her
 space.  I started honking my horn and yelling, "You can't
 just do that, Buddy. I was here first!"

 The guy climbed out of his Camaro completely ignoring me.
 He walked toward the mall as if he didn't even hear me.  I
 thought to myself, this guy's a jackass, there sure a lot
 of jackasses in this world.  I noticed he had a "For Sale"
 sign in the back window of his car.  I wrote down the
 number.  Then I hunted for another place to park.

 A couple of days later, I'm at home sitting at my desk.  I
 had just gotten off the phone after calling 823-4863 and
 yelling, "You're jackass!" (It's really easy to call him
 now since I have his number on speed dial.)  I noticed the
 phone number of the guy with the black Camaro lying on my
 desk and thought I'd better call this guy, too.

 After a couple rings someone answered the phone and said,
 "Hello."  I said, "Is this the man with the black Camaro
 for sale?"

 "Yes, it is."

 "Can you tell me where I can see it?"

 "Yes, I live at 1802 West 34th street.  It's a yellow house
 and the car's parked right out front."

 I said, "What's your name?"

 "My name is Don Hansen."

 "When's a good time to catch you, Don?"

 "I'm home in the evenings."

 "Listen Don, can I tell you something?"

 "Yes,"

 "Don, you're a jackass!"  I slammed the phone down.  After
 I hung up I added Don Hansen's number to my speed dialer.

 For a while things seemed to be going better for me.  Now
 when I had a problem I had two jackasses to call.

 After several months of calling the jackasses and hanging
 up on them, it just wasn't as enjoyable as it used to be.
 I gave the problem some serious thought and came up with
 a solution.

 First, I had my phone dial Jackass #1.  A man answered
 nicely saying, "Hello."

 I yelled "You're a jackass!", but I didn't hang up.

 The jackass said, "Are you still there?"

 I said, "Yeah."

 He said, "Stop calling me."

 I said, "No."

 He said, "What's your name, Pal?"

 I said, "Don Hansen."

 He said "Where do you live?"

 "1802 West 34th Street. It's a yellow house and my black
 Camaro's parked out front."

 "I'm coming over right now, Don.  You'd better start saying
 your prayers."

 "Yeah, like I'm really scared, Jackass!" and I hung up.

 Then I called Jackass #2.

 He answered, "Hello."

 I said, "Hello, Jackass!"

 He said, "If I ever find out who you are..."

 "You'll what?"

 "I'll kick your butt."

 "Well, here's your chance.  I'm coming over right now
 Jackass!"  I hung up.  I picked up the phone and called
 the police. I told them I was at 1802 West 34th Street
 and that I was going to kill my gay lover as soon as he
 got home.

 Another quick call to Channel 13 about the gang war going
 on down W. 34th Street.

 After that I climbed into my car and headed over to 34th
 Street to watch the whole thing. Glorious!  If you want
 to watch two Jackasses kicking the crap out of each other
 in front of 6 squad cars and a police helicopter, I taped
 it off the evening news.


Subj:     Short Phone Jokes

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Subj:     Dilbert Sunday Comic Strip (S667)
          By Scott Adams on 10/4/2009
 Source: http://dribibu.xs4all.nl/index.php/comics?pic=dilbert20091004
 Click 'HERE' to see Dilbert explain the benefits of twittering.
 

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Subj:     Mother Goose And Grimm (S683)
          By Mike Peters on 2/18/2009
 Drawing from Mother Goose and Grim Comics Page
 Source: http://www.grimmy.com/comics.php
 Click 'HERE' to see these six comic strips discuss
 the new iPhone from Apple and it's APPS.
 

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Subj:     A Modern Intimate Phone Call (S858)
          From: tom on 6/15/2013
Drawing from MasterFile.com
 Click 'HERE' to see these six pictures tell a very,
 funny story.
 

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Subj:     Nestle Crunch Hot Line (S683d)
          From:  LABLaughsAdult on 2/10/2010
 Source: http://www.youtube.com/embed/lF_pz3wmXos
 Call the Nestle Crunch Hot line at 1-800-295-0051. When you
 are asked if you want to continue in English or Spanish,
 just wait quietly for about 10 seconds and you will smile.
 Promise! (If you comment on this after listening, don't give
 away the surprise) Keep going and press 4...listen to the
 options....then press 7

 I had to dial the number eight times in the middle of the
 night to listen to their hot line.  Click 'HERE' to see a
 video of their hot line fun.
 

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Subj:     Calling The 411 Operator (S739)
          From: ezines@arcamax.com on 3/7/2011
 "I'd like the number for Jennifer Smith in Richmond,
 Virginia," the young man said to the 411 operator.

 "There are multiple listings for Jennifer Smith in
 Richmond, Virginia," the operator said. "Do you have
 a street name?"

 The young man hesitated a moment, "Well, uh, most
 people call me Bubba."
 
 

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Subj:     New Orleans 911 Call (S591)
          From: edapsmas on 5/15/2008
 (operator)  "911 - What is your emergency?"

 (caller to 911) "My friend Tyrone just got shot and he
                  unconscious! We needs an ambulance!"

 (operator) "Ok sir, just calm down now and we'll have
             an ambulance on the way. What is the address?"

 (caller) "We be at 456 Tchoupitoulas Screet!"

 (operator) "Could you spell that for me sir?"

 (caller) "....... long pause ....... how about if I drags
          his ass over to Camp Street and you picks him up there?"
 

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Subj:     Redneck 911 Call (S608d)
          From: darrellvip on 8/31/2008
 Source: http://www.youtube.com/embed/QtBSyYS4mGA
 You can listen to this cute, short audio file in
 this video by clicking 'HERE'.
 

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Subj:     Mosquito Ringtones (S562)
          From: edapsmas on 10/31/2007
 Source: http://www.freemosquitoringtones.org/

 What is the Mosquito Ringtone?
 A mosquito ringtone is a tone outside the audible range
 of hearing of most people over 30.  To test your hearing
 range click click 'HERE'.
 

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Subj:     One Big Happy (S597c)
          By Rick Detorie on 5/14/2008
 Source: http://www.creators.com/comics/one-big-
.........happy/archive.html?DATE_START=2008-05-11
 You can see the comic strip, "One Big Happy", on the topic
 of telemarketers by clicking 'HERE'.
 

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Subj:     Collect Call (S750)
          From: ezines@arcamax.com on 5/23/2011
 My mother was away all weekend at a business conference.
 During a break, she decided to call home collect.

 My six-year-old brother picked up the phone and heard
 a stranger's voice say, "We have a Betty on the line.
 Will you accept the charges?"

 Frantic, he dropped the receiver and came charging
 outside screaming, "Dad!  They've got Mom!  And they
 want money!"
 
 

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Subj:     Spaghetti Telecom (S592b)
          From: darrellvip on 5/21/2008
 The phone system is India is interesting and scary.
 Click 'HERE' to view these three pictures.
 

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Subj:     Cellphone Etiquette (S577c,d)
          From: edapsmas on 1/30/2008
 Source: http://www.youtube.com/embed/XZi41UJdrfs
 You can view this short, English type commercial
 by clicking 'HERE'.
 

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Subj:     OB-Gyn Phone Answering Message (S570)
          By Jolene Roxbury (in Women-supp)
          From: gordonschuk on 12/23/2007
 This phone answering message is both stupid and cute.
 You can listen to it by clicking 'HERE'.
 

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Subj:     iPhone Mystery (S570d)
          From: LifeTimeGamerArcade on 12/23/2007
..........Source: (Removed from lifetimegamerarcade.com)
 In this Titanic type game, you must fine the missing objects on
 several screens.  You can play it at the source above, or
 by clicking 'HERE'.
 

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Subj:     911 Call For The Postman (S578c,d)
          From: tom on 12/9/2007 (in Mailman-Etc)
 Source: http://www.youtube.com/embed/wMwv7tzCL9Y
 This video of a emergency 911 call is cute.
 Click 'HERE' to listen.
 

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Subj:     Religious Traffic Sign! (S567b)
          From: rfslick on 12/1/2007
 You can view this cute, dirty traffic sign by clicking 'HERE'.
 

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Subj:     Frank And Ernest On Cell Phones (S556b)
          By Bob Thaves on 9/10/2007
 Source: http://www.gocomics.com/frankandernest/2007/09/10
 You can view this cute cartoon by clicking 'HERE'.
 

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Subj:     Bees and Mobile Phones (S535c in Bugs)
          From: edapsmas on 4/18/2007
Drawing from Imagitek Network Graphic Design
 Source: (Removed from news.independent.co.uk)
 Is there a connection between the world-wide disappearance
 of bees and our mobile phones?  You can read this fascinating
 article by clicking 'HERE'.
 

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Subj:     Telemarketer Nightmare (S510b, S791d)
          From: janeenmarie on 10/30/2006
 Source: http://www.youtube.com/embed/mkdoogjic4I
Drawing from
BobAndTom.com
 This video is an audio recording played on The Bob and Tom Radio
 Show.  It was recorded by Tom Mabe when a telemarketer called
 his home.  Click 'HERE' to listen and read to this extremely
 funny tape.
 

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Subj:     The Secret Homeland Security Hotline Phone (S492c)
          From: jerry on 6/26/2006
 The super secret Homeland Security hotline phone number has
 had to be added to the national "Do Not Call List" because
 of constant telemarketer calls.  Especially annoying is the
 frequent caller who keeps spouting, "Hello! Are you satisfied
 with your long-distance service provider?"

 One telemarketer called just as US troops launched their
 ground attack in Iraq, tying up the phone line.

 USA Today 15-Jun-06
 

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Subj:     Phone Sex Case (S489)
          From: LABLaughsAdult on 5/31/2006
..........At: (Removed from lablaughs.com)
 To read this unique story by clicking 'HERE'.
 

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Subj:     Ordering A Pizza By Phone II (S486d)
          From: drgolfmd on 5/13/2006
 Source: (Removed from georgetoft.com)
Pizza picture
from Papa Heinz
 This video-phone call is truly a scary picture into our future
 when we order pizza with the government's help. You can see it
 by clicking 'HERE'.
 

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Subj:     Psychiatric Office Answering Machine (S483c in Psych)
          From: auntiegah
Phone w/Lovebird comes from goddess_spiral
 To listen to the fictional Palisades Answering Machine
 with your computers media player click 'HERE' .

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