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posted on Nov, 8 2008 @ 04:59 AM
First off...I'm not sure if this is in the right place. Mods please move if not. ty :-)

It's nothing really out there..just strange.

Two days ago I recieved a phone call (didn't answer it). The number that came up on ID was 1-555-555-5555. I'm not sure why...but I couldn't bring myself to call it back.
I tried to search it but found nothing.
Any ideas?

Yesterday after work I went to the store. I sat in the parking lot and was finishing my smoke and listening to the radio when the channel started switching itself, but not to any channel I had programmed. I've had my car for 2 years and that never happened before. It was just wierd.

See...nothing really out there. Am more curious about the number.
Does anyone know where that number came from ?

posted on Nov, 8 2008 @ 05:10 AM
Channels switching themselves hmmmmm.
Thats a little more odd than the number calling you because it was probably a telephone salesperson or a calling machine of some kind.

Some sites listing that number you might want to read up on it.

posted on Nov, 8 2008 @ 05:23 AM
reply to post by Interestinggg

Ty Interestinggg :-)

I do have a t-mobile phone so I guess it's not strange.

The channels changing wasn't to wierd to me because I have other little wierd things happen to me that have to do with electronics...just thought it was my wierdness

Thanks again :-)

posted on Nov, 8 2008 @ 05:42 AM
Weird electronics stuff can be caused by solar flares of abnormal intensity or a few other natural causes. So equipment malfunctions due to variations in manufacturing but, probably, not THAT severe.

The all 5 telenumbers was likely just some random ad agency, I get those allot too.

Ya, it's not that weird once you consider exactly how much most of us don;t know about specific subjects, eh?

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