Collect Call Experiments
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13 thoughts on “Collect Call Experiments”
When you mentioned Germany coincidentally I was wawtching a Nazi Germany documentary
Can you still call the 1-800-ATT because we have a pay phone here in Colorado in a maverick and I would like to call my math teacher a hundred times and hope he’ll accept the charges
Awwwwwwwww fuck yeaaaah
This was entirely silly and I loved it! You’re amazing Brad. and YES i want a pla lanyard, im ordering now!
Do you guys know how much it would cost to call Brad’s voice mail thingny from the uk?
The cost depends on which service you use. If you want to send a voicemail through email, you can do that too. email@example.com. And yep, 1-800-CALL-ATT still works.
I need to try that one time, thanks Brad.
Jeez in Louise S hole, awesome show Brad Pitler
Please don’t hurt me…
Short and sweet ideas I have.
Say you have a collect call from someone and I have to ask do you want me to put you through. (Once they get put through say you are ready to spin a wheel and you start spining the wheel, the wheel tells you how much in debt you are).
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Nothing seems to be working and the most recent shows are gone. Podcast feed broken. Old shows on this site: ‘media not available’. Has been twelve hours in this state now.
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