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#1 StankDawg

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 12:50 PM

File Name: Default Radio - 16
File Submitter: StankDawg
File Submitted: 14 Jun 2011
File Category: Default Radio
Original Release Date: 3/5/2004
Hosts: decoder, lucky225

[New Default radio introduction line being played 484-333-1111]. decoder is not feeling very well. decoder gets another call, Lucky finishes the intro. Doug has found parts of episode 6.9. Dial *70 to disable call waiting (1170 to enable it). decoder took part in a TV quiz show, he suspects it was .dummed down. for the average American viewer. Lucky signed up with Ad Noodle however has yet to get any calls from them. Lucky has been scanning the Guasti switch. Lucky switches phones since the old one was low, Decoder has a go at Lucky for not switching phones 20 minutes ago (since the beginning of the episode). decoder makes up a new rule - if you want to be on Default radio you have to use the best phone available to you. The REN on decoder.s phone is 1.0.Lucky calls up the phone number 909-390-9901 (an RTU) which has some strange DTMF activated recordings. decoder calls 914-763-9992 which announces the time, and various temperatures. decoder calls 909-390-1110 which makes a number of tones / sounds. Milliwatts are usually on 5555 (on exchanges such as 508-295 and 781-382) - wait 10 seconds then start hitting buttons to get strange sounds. 909-390-0003 is a true silent termination. With the toll free .Quest Update Centre. number (888-[your_area_code]-8052) you can control all the services you have on your phone such as call forwarding, call waiting, caller id, privacy / security screen manager (passwords are always on default ie 1234). All these things that are meant to make your phone more secure, are actually making them insecure. -- decoder. decoder calls an old 9x recording (516-783-9999). Any email sent to @default.com has been lost - the site has been down. "Everything is always on Default"

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