You canadians

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JamesU
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for the past week or so, we've received random calls from quebec. sometimes at midnight. all these calls are are a series of beeps. well, today, I got the same call, except it was from ontario....
 

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Smurf
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Yeah, sorry 'bout that. Sometimes I misdial and connect to a random person instead of the CIA.
 
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JamesU
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:rolleyes: can you explain the beeps?
 
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Smurf
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oh that's just the signal getting scrambled by your phone. Don't worry about it, it's only costing you 30$/minute.... rounded up.
 
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JamesU
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I never a1nswer those calls :approve: I let them go to the answering machine. Don't worry about it, it's only costing you 30$/minute....
 
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Smurf
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Well, seeing as I used a public line and routed the call through a DHS ISP they won't know who to charge. So, they might charge you, or they might let the cost slip, depending on the policy of your phone provider.
 
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mattmns
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You mean you don't have a blowhorn? Whenever a Canadian calls here I say, "hold on just a second", and BAMMM!!!!!!!
 
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I wouldn't recommend that. The receiver might interpret it as the launch code and you might set off the nuke in NY.
 
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If all you get are beeps, how do you know the call is coming from Canada?
 
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mattmns
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Set off the nuke in NY? pff I don't live in NY. I say let em die! :smile:
 

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