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Subject: Re: Found one of the secret guys !
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Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2002 03:13:25 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2002 03:13:25 GMT
Organization: AT&T Worldnet
You probably liked the Internment of the Japanese during WWII better. Or
have you forgotten it already.
Tell me if not so.
"Kijoma" wrote in message
> "News2020" wrote in message
> > I have caught one of the secret guys who makes phone calls to my home !
> > I picked up the phone. He did not say anything for a few seconds. I
> > least one male and one female voice talking in the background that
> > like a shop-floor.
> > Then the person hung up without saying anything. Would'nt you expect a
> > normal person on a normal call to say 'Hello' or something at least,
> > of holding for a few silent seconds and then hanging up ???
> > I dialled back < auto call reply >
> > Voila !
> > Its 'Andy of --- Automotive' (actual name not mentioned, but reported to
> > police). < 'White' male voice, ~40-45 yrs old >
> > I asked for his last name. He said he can't tell me that.
> > He admitted he might have tried calling the number.
> > < I have checked this out on previous such crank calls and traced it to
> > Wrecking shop not very far away ! And while I was driving past, guess
> > was following me. A policeman on a motorcycle !!! And he appeared out of
> > nowhere and was completely hidden from my rearview until I parked and
> > checked as a normal precaution ! The phone numbers differ by one
> > all convenient set up ! >
> > Anyways, I told this 'Andy' that he appears to be some kind of secret
> > told him I have received such calls before. I am not going to confirm my
> > phone number for his benefit. But, he should pass it on to his hierarchy
> > that there is nothing secret going on with me. If they need to know
> > anything, they can ask me directly. Do not go around suspecting people
> > acting like they are some kind of criminals, etc. Also, tell the guys
> > they should not send microwaves into my home or try to electrocute
> > radiation. Tell them if I catch them at it, their names will be ruined.
> > their families will be ruined too in the process of exposing such
> > if it exists.
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