Chris M. Dickson's birthday Sufficiently Asked Questions, v
It was October 23rd.
27. (Must update bio.)
What could I have done for you?
Speak to me and wish me a happy birthday!
How to speak to me?
I still have a microphone which permits voice chats over both services.
What's the number now?
Ah, that shall have to remain a secret once more. Unless someone goes and posts it as a reply.
When would have been a good time to call?
That day. The experiment is now over.
Was it your real telephone number?
Yes, it was. I know it's probably a very bad idea to publish your real phone number on the web, but I need to find out why the hard way. Lots and lots of lovely people and no unlovely psychos spoke to me that day. It's possible that unlovely psychos may now have the phone number and are doing evil things with it at this very moment. I look forward to finding out.
Is this some sort of premium rate phone number scam? Will you make
$200 from me when I call?
No. That's what I'm doing instead next year.
I'm too poor to afford a phone call and don't have a microphone on my computer. Would you have accepted reverse charge ("collect") phone calls? No, but I did call someone instead of having them call me.
Did you really want me to call? I hardly know you!
Yes, you. Even if you're reading this on a Friends page, on a
Friendsfriends page, on someone else's friends page, on someone else's
friendsfriends page or if you just found my journal by pressing the
"Random LiveJournal" button, I would love to hear from you. Even if you think I don't know you, feel free to call.
I haven't spoken to you for years / ever before!
Please regard this as sufficient excuse. I will be especially pleased to hear from you. (This part of the experiment was an absolute roaring success. I got to speak to four people who I hadn't spoken to ever before, which was an absolute thrill, and three others who I hadn't spoken to for about five years. Bounce bounce bounce.)
I've never called anyone who I hardly know in the UK before! You could have regarded this as sufficient excuse to do so as well.
So I'm calling someone I don't know. What should I say? Whatever you like. I will keep the call short if you like. You can find out more about me by reading my interests page or the rest of this LiveJournal, for instance.
Do I need to sing "Happy Birthday" to you?
No, no, no, no, no, definitely not. Unless you want to.
Is this for real?
*bounce bounce bounce*