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LOL....I have access to several thousand phone lines attached to server that are automated dialers through my office. If I didn't care about my job, I could use them to blow up the telemarketer company's phone switch and bring it down.

I had a guy one that got a hold of my cell phone number. He would call it all the time at about 3-4AM and he was drunk. He would be very perverse. After dealing with it for about a month because I cannot turn my cell phone off because of work, I found out that one of my coworkers used to work for Verizon wireless. He called his old manager and we found out that this guy was also a Verizon subscriber. I got all of his name and address and the next time he called me I recorded the call. I called him by name and told him that if he did it again that I would call the police and file charges against him. He was startled that I now knew his name. I then went on and read off his address....he was like, how did you find that out. I told him not to worry about it but that if I got another call from him I would see him in court. He said that he was sorry and that he had the wrong number......I haven't received another call from him again. LMAO
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