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NoNIckName_#2   11/11/2013 1:22:08 PM
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I'm old enough to remember when it was a status symbol to have a cell phone.  Now I'm considered an independent rebel for not having one!

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MKolb   11/11/2013 11:53:28 AM
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Uh...  Frank, you might want to get off of the phone now.  Someone just hacked our network....

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David Ashton   11/10/2013 11:10:29 PM
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"We call him the Wichita lineman.  He's STILL on the line....."

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TheGreatS   11/9/2013 10:25:54 PM
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Exactly which Bill and Ted did you say you got that phone booth from?

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NoNIckName_#2   11/8/2013 4:59:08 PM
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Don't need no stinkin cell phone!

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MKolb   11/8/2013 12:15:38 PM
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My grandfather rebuilt cars, my dad rebuilt radios, Bill and I rebuild pay phones in our spare time.

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MKolb   11/8/2013 12:13:31 PM
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Yeah, it's a 1981 model Bell pay phone, it's an antique, totally refurbished and rebuilt and it works.

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Rick_Hille   11/8/2013 10:27:10 AM
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It's the guy from the surplus place where you got this thing.  He says he's got three more in the same shape and is willing to talk a package deal!

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MKolb   11/8/2013 10:15:50 AM
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NSA proof phone.  We disguised it to look like a pay phone to hide all the counter NSA technology.

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MKolb   11/8/2013 10:10:31 AM
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When can we get rid of this pay phone?  The old analog guys from the lab next door keep coming over to use it!

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