Yeh, that title should get me some interesting traffic.
Speaking of traffic (I know, pathetic segue), while sitting in it today I was behind this car. 666-6666. That is quite a potent number. Of course I had to do a little research on this devilish number.
Here are a few interesting facts:
On May 23rd, 2006 the mobile number 666-6666 was auctioned for charity in Qatar. It sold for 10m Qatari riyals or $2,746,045.59. According to the article in The Register here are some other interesting little factoids in the 666 arena:
On a techy note, the first Apple Computer sold for $666.66, the sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet is w – so www. shows how evil the internet is. And finally, Viagra has a molecular weight of 666.7g/mol.
So all you internet porn addicts on apple computers…
looks like you are going straight to hell!
On further exploration I decided to check out the local area codes for this number.
516 – no such number.
631 – I got this interesting message, ” The voice mailbox of Hello There is full, please try again later”. Friendly little devil out there in Suffolk County.
718 – very foriegn voices that sounded kind of like a terrorist cell and creeped me out that maybe they had caller ID and I was screwed.
And 212? Apparently that was the one that was advertised on this bumper, Carmel car and limo service! I wonder if they had to pay through the wazoo to get that number.
Or perhaps they just had to sell their souls.
Alright, cheap jokes tonight. But at least I got us out of the bathroom.
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2 responses to “Satan Calling”
they are all over the radio, AM of course…. and it sounds very strange when they repeat the number over and over again….. very creepy…
i thought the blog was about an incident with car service…oops….
apparently I’m a little too literal…. as noted by the pictures i’ve sent you!!!!
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