Life with a landline in a contested state

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    THE ROBOCALLS ARE UNENDING!!

    Can't wait until its over and it's safe to answer the phone again!:lol::lol::lol:
     
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    Even in an uncontested state, the robocalls are bad. Obviously, I don't pick up unless I recognize the caller. Still a leaves a lot of crap on the answering machine.
     
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    I still have a landline but the number is top secret and not published anywhere. Never get any sales or robo calls. :D Mostly used as a fax line.

    I can't wait for the political mailings and commercials to be over.
     
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    Are the Republicans calling Democrats to tell them the election is well in hand and they don't have to worry about coming out to vote, like they did in MD?
     
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    Why were there Democrats stupid enough to fall for that line?

    Nevermind, rhetorical question. I know a few I could convince that election day had been moved to a week later. :lol:
     
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    Don't know how many it effected, but it did get the perpetrator a month of home detention. It's called "voter suppression" a favorite tactic of the Republicans that they try to cover with widespread "reports" of voter fraud by Democrats. Caught them in the act this time! :clap2:

    Ehrlich Aide In Robocalls Case Gets 1 Month Of Home Detention, Community Service « CBS Baltimore
     
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    Oh, dayum...tell me about it!!!!



    Aaaaaaaarrrrgh!
     
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    One guy was a dirtbag? Not really showing any big R pattern there. I have no doubt dirty tricks come from both sides.
     
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    scott brown invited me to watch football with him

    i was touched
     
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    Not just any guy, one that ran a sitting governor's campaign.
     

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