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<<I'm not going to buy anything anyway. The Do-Not-Call list just keeps people from wasting my time, and keeps me from wasting their time.>>

We are the same way. That's why I don't understand why so many people are against the do not call list. We never buy anything and never will, so it's a total waste of everybody's time calling us. Talking with me only prevents you from talking with someone who is actually interested in what you are selling.

The other problem I have is that my wife sleeps days. Even if she lets the machine pick up, it still wakes her up. If she turns off the ringer, I can't get a hold of her in an emergency.


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