[Hpr] Hpr Digest, Vol 56, Issue 8

Patrick Dailey pdailey03 at gmail.com
Fri May 10 12:13:38 PDT 2013

How about we just leave the area codes off? The phone book is
non-copyrightable because it's just facts. We're only reciting data, not
inciting phone calls.
If anyone is truly worried, then we can just read a (public domain)
dictionary  instead. Nearly the same joke imo.
On May 10, 2013 3:00 PM, <hpr-request at hackerpublicradio.org> wrote:

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> Date: Fri, 10 May 2013 12:32:15 -0500
> Subject: [Hpr] phone book
> Just thinking about the reading the phone book idea. I worry that people
>> might try to call or harass the random people that we choose. Why not
>> actually PICK some funny numbers on purpose to read?  Maybe local funny
>> businesses like adult stores or funny business or personal names so that at
>> least if people call they can be funny. I was thinking of inserting some
>> recorded voicemail jokes.
>> I'd thought about that.  Just replace ever prefix with 555, and only
> people in movies will get harassed.
> 5150
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