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- Moe Trin
November 24, 2005, 11:08 pm
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Nothing really to add here. One minor observation. Two calls per
destination number, then the dialer sequences to the next one. Wonder
why? Also, it seems a bit odd for a "800" type service to have
consecutive numbers, never mind more than one. Such numbers are
relatively scarce, and a single number (which is really only used for
billing purposes, and is forwarded to some "normal" number at the
destination which might actually be a block of phones) is all that
would be needed.
I rather doubt it's going to run into anything useful. You _may_ be told
that the number is a private party (and run into privacy rules/laws), or
that the number is assigned to the "Family Fun Tourist Trap, Fish Market,
and Hosting Service" in Port-au-Prince or some such law abiding location.
Oh, I'm sure of that too.
I'm in "the old West" (Arizona), and the term "posse" here means a bunch
of citizens summoned to aid a peace officer. Given the likely foreign
jurisdictions, I don't think you'd have much luck.
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