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Folgers Cards

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Well it looks like the Folgers calling cards are still quite avaliable, even though it is well after mother's day. I notice that every time you get a card, the number is higher than the number of the last card you got. The calling card numbers start with a 9669 as of this post, so it shouldn't be too long till they run out of digits. What do you suppose will happen?

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They've been running campaigns like this since XMas. I'm sure they'll change it soon for Father's Day.

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Folgers cards don't work in Canada! and if i divert to the US, there's no point in using them. Damn!

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Somewhere on the site it mentions that the giveaway will continue until the end of this month (June 30).

The cards will last until April 30, 2006.

Of course, they also mention that they can pull it at any time, so who really knows, right? Although, I have to assume they already paid Sprint for all these minutes, so once you've got 'em, you've got 'em.

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I wondered how long they would last but never took time to find out. i might have to rack up some more if - naw-fuck it-i'm gettin some more right now.$.$.$ while

i have a little time to do it.

edit-got about 50 more,the last being 9801426988..

so there will be plenty more.. I guess whoever gets the last one will be the big wiener :P

Edited by Rpm
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I see they are going really fast, get em while you can and you can talk free for a while!

--covance

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fixed

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Anyone want to share that nice little program? :D

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fixed

Edited by BlakeOPS
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Well...

I spent an amazing amount of time working on something that would fill the form for you with randomness...

Only for it not to work in the end... :cry:

Oh well.............................

I'm going to go cry :cry: :cry: :cry:

Edited by ghostless
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Sorry to double post here...

But!

I decided to give it another shot and it WILL work and I will post details on how to get it to work when I am done!

I'm proud of myself! :P

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the card arent working for me anymore, i had a whole list of valid numbers, and when i went to use one the other day i tried about 5 or so , none of which worked, it was very depressing.

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:cuss:

I used one earlier today, I hope all of these cards worked okay.

I gave some away to people at work.

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Alright...Here is what I have worked on so long...

I used a kind of wrong about way to get it to work...

The original idea was to make a grease monkey script out of it...Well...I did but they didn't work...

Although if you use Platypus...You can insert the code into the page...Which is what I have been doing...

If someone could figure out an easier way to put this code in the page without having it to do it everytime you load the page....That would be fabulous!

<FORM NAME="drform">
<INPUT NAME="numdice" SIZE="3" VALUE=1><INPUT NAME="numsides" SIZE="3" VALUE=9999999999><INPUT NAME="drmod" SIZE="3" VALUE=0>
<INPUT TYPE="button" VALUE="PWN ME UP SOME RANDOM SHIT!" onClick="oneRoll();">
</FORM>
<script language="JavaScript">
function doRoll()
{
var roll = 0;
for (var i = 1; i <= document.drform.numdice.value; i++)
 roll += Math.floor(Math.random() * document.drform.numsides.value) + 1;
roll += parseInt(document.drform.drmod.value);
return roll;
}

function oneRoll()
{
document.reg_form.fname.value = doRoll()+'GHOSTLESS';
document.reg_form.lname.value = doRoll()+'OWNED';
document.reg_form.addr.value = doRoll()+'YOUR';
document.reg_form.city.value = doRoll()+'ASS!';
document.reg_form.zip.value = doRoll();
document.reg_form.email.value = doRoll()+'@OWNED.COM';
document.reg_form.state.value = "FL";
document.reg_form.country.value = "Unites States";
document.reg_form.gender.value = "M";
document.reg_form.dobm.value = "01";
document.reg_form.dobd.value = "01";
document.reg_form.doby.value = "1901";
document.reg_form.pg_optin.checked = true
document.reg_form.fol_optin.checked = true;

return;
}

function pgRoll()
{
//open new window for writing
RollsPg = window.open("","RollsPg","toolbar=1,resizable=1,menubar=1,scrollbars=1");
RollsPg.document.open();

//rollTypeText is the standard die-roll code in text
rollTypeText = document.drform.numdice.value + "D" + document.drform.numsides.value;
if (document.drform.drmod.value > 0)
 rollTypeText += "+" + document.drform.drmod.value;
if (document.drform.drmod.value < 0)
 rollTypeText += "-" + document.drform.drmod.value;
rollTypeText += " Rolls";

//print HTML header info and centered head to new window
RollsPg.document.writeln("<HTML><HEAD><TITLE>" + rollTypeText +
 "</TITLE></HEAD><BODY BGCOLOR='#FFFFFF'><H1>" +
 rollTypeText + "</H1><CODE>");

//output 30 lines of rolls to new window
for (var i = 1; i < 31; i++)
{
 var rollstxt = "<P>";
 while (rollstxt.length < 73)
  rollstxt += doRoll() + " ";
 RollsPg.document.writeln(rollstxt);
}

//close new window for writing
RollsPg.document.writeln("</CODE></BODY></HTML>");
RollsPg.document.close();
return;
}
</script>

Hope someone can implement it better...

I know it's simple...

But it wasn't for me because I had no effin clue how to go about doin it and for me to actually do it...Is a big thing...

EDIT:

By the way...

I just tried one and it worked..So they should still be all good :D

Edited by ghostless
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Could you paste in said platypus script? :D I use Platypus! and would love to get this working.

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Well...

That Platypus script itself didn't exactly work...

But what you should do is..

Go to the site...

Right click and go to Platypus...

Then highlight and object (doesn't really matter which...Pick a big one like the side of the stuff...of the object around the form...

Then press "H" and insert that JavaScript...

That should work out for ya! ^_^

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wow that looks like a neat program, first time i wish i had access to windows, there anyway to make that for other platforms with the quickness? and i'm wondering (since i can't tinker around with it) how does that proxy option function?

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wow that looks like a neat program, first time i wish i had access to windows, there anyway to make that for other platforms with the quickness? and i'm wondering (since i can't tinker around with it) how does that proxy option function?

It would be easy to make it in perl, I dont think i'll be making it though. If someone else wants to make it I can tell them how to overcome the whole "OCR" problem. The proxy option just lets you use a proxy for the requests, instead of you making them directly.

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