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From: "Marc P. Gregoire"
Subject: Re: Tone generator to connect to phone line.
Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 22:24:11 -0700
Organization: Crazy Jimmy's Discount Appliance Whorehouse/Joe Kanaski's Strip Club
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> You've been watching too many cartoons and TV shows. All phones should
> have overvoltage protection to prevent the operator being blasted,
> otherwise users could litigate against the manufacturer.
Actually I just thought that one up after I saw part 3 of my response.
> What difference would it make to the telemarketer what colour or size
> your button is?
It's just more satisfying. For all I care it could be a switch.
> The best defence against telemarketers is simply hanging up. Or, if
> you must, keep a referee's whistle by the phone. A blast from that
> would be effective before hanging up.
Aha. I've seen someone turn on their speaker phone and give the
caller a nice little blast of feedback by setting a cordless
Crazy Jimmy, presented by Robotussin DM
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