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Old 07-13-2007, 06:40 PM
mrripcurl
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Default International Caller ID

I have always received international phone calls as Private Number so
presumed that Caller ID could not cross international boundaries.
Monday I got a call from NZ with the number clearly displayed! I'm on
Voda and the NZ number was a Telecom landline. Is this new? Is it a
fluke? Is it widespread? I emailed a friend in Europe who promptly
rang but his number didn't come thru, so is it restricted to just
certain telcos?


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Old 07-14-2007, 01:45 AM
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mrripcurl wrote:
> I have always received international phone calls as Private Number so
> presumed that Caller ID could not cross international boundaries.
> Monday I got a call from NZ with the number clearly displayed! I'm on
> Voda and the NZ number was a Telecom landline. Is this new? Is it a
> fluke? Is it widespread? I emailed a friend in Europe who promptly
> rang but his number didn't come thru, so is it restricted to just
> certain telcos?


Probably (as I've always suspected) just a matter of both and maybe any
intermediate networks having it enabled. Most of them are just too lazy
to enable such options.


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belong to.

73 de Simon, VK3XEM.
<http://web.acma.gov.au/pls/radcom/client_search.client_lookup?pCLIENT_NO=157452>

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Old 07-14-2007, 05:37 PM
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On Jul 14, 10:45 am, Simon Templar <use...@vk3xem.net> wrote:
> mrripcurl wrote:
> > I have always received international phone calls as Private Number so
> > presumed that Caller ID could not cross international boundaries.
> > Monday I got a call from NZ with the number clearly displayed! I'm on
> > Voda and the NZ number was a Telecom landline. Is this new? Is it a
> > fluke? Is it widespread? I emailed a friend in Europe who promptly
> > rang but his number didn't come thru, so is it restricted to just
> > certain telcos?

>
> Probably (as I've always suspected) just a matter of both and maybe any
> intermediate networks having it enabled. Most of them are just too lazy
> to enable such options.
>
> --
> The views I present are that of my own and NOT of any organisation I may
> belong to.
>
> 73 de Simon, VK3XEM.
> <http://web.acma.gov.au/pls/radcom/client_search.client_lookup?pCLIENT...>


Yes, you are probably right. Just wonder why Telecom NZ turned it on.
Since last night I've got friends in Sth Africa, England, Dubai and
Shanghai to call me and all came thru Private Number. That same NZ
number called five days before and it was Private then (and no they
don't have their number suppressed), but revealed this week!


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Old 07-14-2007, 08:11 PM
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mrripcurl <mrripcurl@yahoo.com.au> wrote:
> On Jul 14, 10:45 am, Simon Templar <use...@vk3xem.net> wrote:
>> mrripcurl wrote:
>>> I have always received international phone calls as Private Number
>>> so presumed that Caller ID could not cross international boundaries.
>>> Monday I got a call from NZ with the number clearly displayed! I'm
>>> on Voda and the NZ number was a Telecom landline. Is this new? Is
>>> it a fluke? Is it widespread? I emailed a friend in Europe who
>>> promptly rang but his number didn't come thru, so is it restricted
>>> to just certain telcos?

>>
>> Probably (as I've always suspected) just a matter of both and maybe
>> any intermediate networks having it enabled. Most of them are just
>> too lazy to enable such options.
>>
>> --
>> The views I present are that of my own and NOT of any organisation I
>> may belong to.
>>
>> 73 de Simon, VK3XEM.
>> <http://web.acma.gov.au/pls/radcom/client_search.client_lookup?pCLIENT...>

>
> Yes, you are probably right. Just wonder why Telecom NZ turned it on.


Likely because it was just as easy to turn it on as to turn it off.

> Since last night I've got friends in Sth Africa, England, Dubai and
> Shanghai to call me and all came thru Private Number. That same
> NZ number called five days before and it was Private then (and no
> they don't have their number suppressed), but revealed this week!




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Old 07-20-2007, 12:45 AM
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On Jul 15, 5:11 am, "Rod Speed" <rod.speed....@gmail.com> wrote:
> mrripcurl <mrripc...@yahoo.com.au> wrote:
> > On Jul 14, 10:45 am, Simon Templar <use...@vk3xem.net> wrote:
> >> mrripcurl wrote:
> >>> I have always received international phone calls as Private Number
> >>> so presumed that Caller ID could not cross international boundaries.
> >>> Monday I got a call from NZ with the number clearly displayed! I'm
> >>> on Voda and the NZ number was a Telecom landline. Is this new? Is
> >>> it a fluke? Is it widespread? I emailed a friend in Europe who
> >>> promptly rang but his number didn't come thru, so is it restricted
> >>> to just certain telcos?

>
> >> Probably (as I've always suspected) just a matter of both and maybe
> >> any intermediate networks having it enabled. Most of them are just
> >> too lazy to enable such options.

>
> >> --
> >> The views I present are that of my own and NOT of any organisation I
> >> may belong to.

>
> >> 73 de Simon, VK3XEM.
> >> <http://web.acma.gov.au/pls/radcom/client_search.client_lookup?pCLIENT...>

>
> > Yes, you are probably right. Just wonder why Telecom NZ turned it on.

>
> Likely because it was just as easy to turn it on as to turn it off.
>
>
>
> > Since last night I've got friends in Sth Africa, England, Dubai and
> > Shanghai to call me and all came thru Private Number. That same
> > NZ number called five days before and it was Private then (and no
> > they don't have their number suppressed), but revealed this week!- Hide quoted text -

>
> - Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -


There is much behind the scenes work necessary to allow International
CLI into a domestic network.
Most of the PSTN in incapable of correctly handling Int CLI, and so
the type of destination has to be considered if the CLI is in Int
format. If the destination is not capable, then the CLI must be
suppressed. Diverted calls, where the original CLI is Int format is
another headache.
It sounds pretty easy, but it's been a nightmare to do the little bit
we've got.
Consider, how would you display an international CLI on the your home
phone, in a format capable of being re-dialled, hmm? There's no '+'
key on my home phone, and PSTN switches still accept the old loop
disconnect decadic dialling too. No '+' there either.
If you get CLI, enjoy it, but don't bag the fact that you don't ALWAYS
get it.
The easiest way to make it universally available would be to build an
entire new network, worldwide, and that ain't gonna happen anytime
soon.


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Old 07-20-2007, 01:28 PM
Michael J
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Yer, good post.

Telstra are doing lots behind the scenes to deliver international caller ID
soon, reliably, in and out of the country

<cornedbeef007-groups@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
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> On Jul 15, 5:11 am, "Rod Speed" <rod.speed....@gmail.com> wrote:
>> mrripcurl <mrripc...@yahoo.com.au> wrote:
>> > On Jul 14, 10:45 am, Simon Templar <use...@vk3xem.net> wrote:
>> >> mrripcurl wrote:
>> >>> I have always received international phone calls as Private Number
>> >>> so presumed that Caller ID could not cross international boundaries.
>> >>> Monday I got a call from NZ with the number clearly displayed! I'm
>> >>> on Voda and the NZ number was a Telecom landline. Is this new? Is
>> >>> it a fluke? Is it widespread? I emailed a friend in Europe who
>> >>> promptly rang but his number didn't come thru, so is it restricted
>> >>> to just certain telcos?

>>
>> >> Probably (as I've always suspected) just a matter of both and maybe
>> >> any intermediate networks having it enabled. Most of them are just
>> >> too lazy to enable such options.

>>
>> >> --
>> >> The views I present are that of my own and NOT of any organisation I
>> >> may belong to.

>>
>> >> 73 de Simon, VK3XEM.
>> >> <http://web.acma.gov.au/pls/radcom/client_search.client_lookup?pCLIENT...>

>>
>> > Yes, you are probably right. Just wonder why Telecom NZ turned it on.

>>
>> Likely because it was just as easy to turn it on as to turn it off.
>>
>>
>>
>> > Since last night I've got friends in Sth Africa, England, Dubai and
>> > Shanghai to call me and all came thru Private Number. That same
>> > NZ number called five days before and it was Private then (and no
>> > they don't have their number suppressed), but revealed this week!- Hide
>> > quoted text -

>>
>> - Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -
>>
>> - Show quoted text -

>
> There is much behind the scenes work necessary to allow International
> CLI into a domestic network.
> Most of the PSTN in incapable of correctly handling Int CLI, and so
> the type of destination has to be considered if the CLI is in Int
> format. If the destination is not capable, then the CLI must be
> suppressed. Diverted calls, where the original CLI is Int format is
> another headache.
> It sounds pretty easy, but it's been a nightmare to do the little bit
> we've got.
> Consider, how would you display an international CLI on the your home
> phone, in a format capable of being re-dialled, hmm? There's no '+'
> key on my home phone, and PSTN switches still accept the old loop
> disconnect decadic dialling too. No '+' there either.
> If you get CLI, enjoy it, but don't bag the fact that you don't ALWAYS
> get it.
> The easiest way to make it universally available would be to build an
> entire new network, worldwide, and that ain't gonna happen anytime
> soon.
>




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Old 07-29-2007, 10:52 AM
Marts
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mrripcurl wrote...

>I have always received international phone calls as Private Number so
>presumed that Caller ID could not cross international boundaries.
>Monday I got a call from NZ with the number clearly displayed! I'm on
>Voda and the NZ number was a Telecom landline. Is this new? Is it a
>fluke? Is it widespread? I emailed a friend in Europe who promptly
>rang but his number didn't come thru, so is it restricted to just
>certain telcos?


If they're introducing this, then this will be shithot. We have rellos
overseas, so when they call us the caller ID says "Overseas". (the
Panasonic cordless pronounces it as "omerrty".

So if we can start getting the CLID from overseas calls then this'll be
brilliant. We could, once and for all, ignore all the overseas calls that
we receive that don't have recognisable numbers, or that are blocked. Save
us jumping up for the phone each time we get a call from OS, as we don't
know if it's the kids calling or some curry muncher trying to sell us a
phone service.


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Old 07-29-2007, 10:56 AM
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cornedbeef007-groups@yahoo.com.au wrote...


>Consider, how would you display an international CLI on the your home
>phone, in a format capable of being re-dialled, hmm? There's no '+'


What's the + symbol got to do with it? When we dial OS we simply dial 0011
followed by the country ID and the number.

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Old 07-30-2007, 02:12 AM
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On Sun, 29 Jul 2007 19:56:03 +1000 Marts may have written:
> >Consider, how would you display an international CLI on the your home
> >phone, in a format capable of being re-dialled, hmm? There's no '+'

>
> What's the + symbol got to do with it? When we dial OS we simply dial 0011
> followed by the country ID and the number.


You might. Those of us with mobiles who roam prefer to use the method
that works seamlessly in all countries: +

PD

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Old 07-30-2007, 10:21 AM
Michael J
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"Marts" <marts_57@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
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> mrripcurl wrote...
>
>>I have always received international phone calls as Private Number so
>>presumed that Caller ID could not cross international boundaries.
>>Monday I got a call from NZ with the number clearly displayed! I'm on
>>Voda and the NZ number was a Telecom landline. Is this new? Is it a
>>fluke? Is it widespread? I emailed a friend in Europe who promptly
>>rang but his number didn't come thru, so is it restricted to just
>>certain telcos?

>
> If they're introducing this, then this will be shithot. We have rellos
> overseas, so when they call us the caller ID says "Overseas". (the
> Panasonic cordless pronounces it as "omerrty".


Omerta? They mafioso?




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Old 07-30-2007, 10:21 AM
Michael J
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"Marts" <marts_57@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
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> cornedbeef007-groups@yahoo.com.au wrote...
>
>
>>Consider, how would you display an international CLI on the your home
>>phone, in a format capable of being re-dialled, hmm? There's no '+'

>
> What's the + symbol got to do with it? When we dial OS we simply dial 0011
> followed by the country ID and the number.


Whatcha on about? On a mobile the convention is + <country code> <etc etc
etc>

0011 also works
>
> --
> Women do come with instructions. Just ask them.




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Old 07-30-2007, 10:50 AM
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Michael J <michael@yahoo.com> wrote:
> "Marts" <marts_57@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
> news:umooa3pgc1aa8ojbreaa2hfo2utnaiejvl@4ax.com...
>> mrripcurl wrote...
>>
>>> I have always received international phone calls as Private Number
>>> so presumed that Caller ID could not cross international boundaries.
>>> Monday I got a call from NZ with the number clearly displayed! I'm
>>> on Voda and the NZ number was a Telecom landline. Is this new? Is
>>> it a fluke? Is it widespread? I emailed a friend in Europe who
>>> promptly rang but his number didn't come thru, so is it restricted
>>> to just certain telcos?

>>
>> If they're introducing this, then this will be shithot. We have
>> rellos overseas, so when they call us the caller ID says "Overseas".
>> (the Panasonic cordless pronounces it as "omerrty".

>
> Omerta? They mafioso?


mafiosi, stupid.



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Old 07-30-2007, 11:55 AM
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On Mon, 30 Jul 2007 09:21:58 GMT Michael J may have written:
> > What's the + symbol got to do with it? When we dial OS we simply dial 0011
> > followed by the country ID and the number.

>
> Whatcha on about? On a mobile


"on a GSM mobile"

Not on a CDMA. Somewhat annoying when roaming with a CDMA mobile (yes,
some people do it...)

> the convention is + <country code> <etc etc
> etc>
>
> 0011 also works


"0011 also works in Australia"

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Old 07-31-2007, 06:31 AM
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>
> What's the + symbol got to do with it? When we dial OS we simply dial 0011
> followed by the country ID and the number.


OK, try this. You get a call and the Caller ID says 01112129993838.
Where has it come from, eh?
Now, if it presented as + 12129993838 you could redial it, and end up
in New York USA, but only if you could send '+'
So, maybe we need something which sees '+' but converts that to 0011
in Australia for CLI presentation. The 011 used in USA is useless to
us here.
When you dial a number with a gsm phone, not only are the digits sent,
but information such as TON (Type Of Number) is sent as well. It
defaults to "Unknown" which means "take all the digits and analyse
them as you like".
But, if you dial '+' the TON is sent as "International" along with the
digits, and switch can analyse them accordingly.
So we have a solution for gsm phones, as they understand the '+' or
TON info.
But a pstn phone, or a PABX extension for that matter, is a whole
different ballgame.
If a CLI display shows +<cli>, the pstn phone is incapable of sending
TON International to call back.
So, the switch either has to "know" there is only a dumb terminal out
there, and translate the TON to unknown, and add a prefix of 0011, or
hope that the CLI display hardware can do the conversion.
A real can of worms here!

Be happy any time you get International CLI, 'cause it's not easy to
do.



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Old 08-02-2007, 03:16 PM
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"Paul Day" <pauls@enigma.id.au> wrote in message
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> On Mon, 30 Jul 2007 09:21:58 GMT Michael J may have written:
>> > What's the + symbol got to do with it? When we dial OS we simply dial
>> > 0011
>> > followed by the country ID and the number.

>>
>> Whatcha on about? On a mobile

>
> "on a GSM mobile"
>
> Not on a CDMA. Somewhat annoying when roaming with a CDMA mobile (yes,
> some people do it...)
>
>> the convention is + <country code> <etc etc
>> etc>
>>
>> 0011 also works

>
> "0011 also works in Australia"


"aus.comms.mobile", fool



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Old 08-02-2007, 03:16 PM
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"Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Michael J <michael@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> "Marts" <marts_57@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
>> news:umooa3pgc1aa8ojbreaa2hfo2utnaiejvl@4ax.com...
>>> mrripcurl wrote...
>>>
>>>> I have always received international phone calls as Private Number
>>>> so presumed that Caller ID could not cross international boundaries.
>>>> Monday I got a call from NZ with the number clearly displayed! I'm
>>>> on Voda and the NZ number was a Telecom landline. Is this new? Is
>>>> it a fluke? Is it widespread? I emailed a friend in Europe who
>>>> promptly rang but his number didn't come thru, so is it restricted
>>>> to just certain telcos?
>>>
>>> If they're introducing this, then this will be shithot. We have
>>> rellos overseas, so when they call us the caller ID says "Overseas".
>>> (the Panasonic cordless pronounces it as "omerrty".

>>
>> Omerta? They mafioso?

>
> mafiosi, stupid.


Si, mi dispiace.



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Old 08-02-2007, 06:57 PM
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Michael J <michael@yahoo.com> wrote
> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
>> Michael J <michael@yahoo.com> wrote
>>> Marts <marts_57@yahoo.com.au> wrote
>>>> mrripcurl wrote


>>>>> I have always received international phone calls as Private Number
>>>>> so presumed that Caller ID could not cross international
>>>>> boundaries. Monday I got a call from NZ with the number clearly
>>>>> displayed! I'm on Voda and the NZ number was a Telecom landline.
>>>>> Is this new? Is it a fluke? Is it widespread? I emailed a friend
>>>>> in Europe who promptly rang but his number didn't come thru, so
>>>>> is it restricted to just certain telcos?


>>>> If they're introducing this, then this will be shithot. We have
>>>> rellos overseas, so when they call us the caller ID says
>>>> "Overseas". (the Panasonic cordless pronounces it as "omerrty".


>>> Omerta? They mafioso?


>> mafiosi, stupid.


> Si, mi dispiace.


**** off wogchild.



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Old 08-02-2007, 09:03 PM
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On Fri, 19 Av 5767 03:57 Rod Speed translated the ancient runes
thusly:

> Michael J <michael@yahoo.com> wrote
>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
>>> Michael J <michael@yahoo.com> wrote
>>>> Marts <marts_57@yahoo.com.au> wrote
>>>>> mrripcurl wrote

>
>>>>>> I have always received international phone calls as Private
>>>>>> Number so presumed that Caller ID could not cross international
>>>>>> boundaries. Monday I got a call from NZ with the number clearly
>>>>>> displayed! I'm on Voda and the NZ number was a Telecom
>>>>>> landline. Is this new? Is it a fluke? Is it widespread? I
>>>>>> emailed a friend in Europe who promptly rang but his number
>>>>>> didn't come thru, so is it restricted to just certain telcos?

>
>>>>> If they're introducing this, then this will be shithot. We have
>>>>> rellos overseas, so when they call us the caller ID says
>>>>> "Overseas". (the Panasonic cordless pronounces it as "omerrty".

>
>>>> Omerta? They mafioso?

>
>>> mafiosi, stupid.

>
>> Si, mi dispiace.

>
> **** off wogchild.


**** off Seppo.

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Old 08-03-2007, 08:42 AM
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"Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Michael J <michael@yahoo.com> wrote
>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
>>> Michael J <michael@yahoo.com> wrote
>>>> Marts <marts_57@yahoo.com.au> wrote
>>>>> mrripcurl wrote

>
>>>>>> I have always received international phone calls as Private Number
>>>>>> so presumed that Caller ID could not cross international
>>>>>> boundaries. Monday I got a call from NZ with the number clearly
>>>>>> displayed! I'm on Voda and the NZ number was a Telecom landline.
>>>>>> Is this new? Is it a fluke? Is it widespread? I emailed a friend
>>>>>> in Europe who promptly rang but his number didn't come thru, so
>>>>>> is it restricted to just certain telcos?

>
>>>>> If they're introducing this, then this will be shithot. We have
>>>>> rellos overseas, so when they call us the caller ID says
>>>>> "Overseas". (the Panasonic cordless pronounces it as "omerrty".

>
>>>> Omerta? They mafioso?

>
>>> mafiosi, stupid.

>
>> Si, mi dispiace.

>
> **** off wogchild.


Roger that
>
>




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Old 08-03-2007, 08:42 AM
Michael J
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Ive never known Rod to be an American. Weird one that.

Oh, and ill top post it just to excite you

>>>>>> "Overseas". (the Panasonic cordless pronounces it as "omerrty".

>>
>>>>> Omerta? They mafioso?

>>
>>>> mafiosi, stupid.

>>
>>> Si, mi dispiace.

>>
>> **** off wogchild.

>
> **** off Seppo.


Ive never known Rod to be an American. Weird one that.

Oh, and ill top post it just to excite you



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Old 08-03-2007, 10:51 AM
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Michael J <michael@yahoo.com> wrote:
> "Rod Speed" <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:5hek7jF3ju55vU1@mid.individual.net...
>> Michael J <michael@yahoo.com> wrote
>>> Rod Speed <rod.speed.aaa@gmail.com> wrote
>>>> Michael J <michael@yahoo.com> wrote
>>>>> Marts <marts_57@yahoo.com.au> wrote
>>>>>> mrripcurl wrote

>>
>>>>>>> I have always received international phone calls as Private
>>>>>>> Number so presumed that Caller ID could not cross international
>>>>>>> boundaries. Monday I got a call from NZ with the number clearly
>>>>>>> displayed! I'm on Voda and the NZ number was a Telecom landline.
>>>>>>> Is this new? Is it a fluke? Is it widespread? I emailed a friend
>>>>>>> in Europe who promptly rang but his number didn't come thru, so
>>>>>>> is it restricted to just certain telcos?

>>
>>>>>> If they're introducing this, then this will be shithot. We have
>>>>>> rellos overseas, so when they call us the caller ID says
>>>>>> "Overseas". (the Panasonic cordless pronounces it as "omerrty".

>>
>>>>> Omerta? They mafioso?

>>
>>>> mafiosi, stupid.

>>
>>> Si, mi dispiace.

>>
>> **** off wogchild.

>
> Roger that


Stop rogering that, wogchild. Wogs dont get to roger anything at all, wogchild.



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Old 08-05-2007, 12:44 AM
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On Fri, 19 Av 5767 17:42 Michael J translated the ancient runes
thusly:

> Ive never known Rod to be an American. Weird one that.
>
> Oh, and ill top post it just to excite you
>
>>>>>>> "Overseas". (the Panasonic cordless pronounces it as
>>>>>>> "omerrty".
>>>
>>>>>> Omerta? They mafioso?
>>>
>>>>> mafiosi, stupid.
>>>
>>>> Si, mi dispiace.
>>>
>>> **** off wogchild.

>>
>> **** off Seppo.

>
> Ive never known Rod to be an American. Weird one that.


He's rude, arrogant, abusive, and loud. His spelling is all Seppo, so
what else can he be?

> Oh, and ill top post it just to excite you


Don't bother, I just ignore it these days. And it's 'I'll' <sigh>

Kate
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Old 08-05-2007, 12:44 AM
Kate
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On Fri, 19 Av 5767 17:42 Michael J translated the ancient runes
thusly:

> Ive never known Rod to be an American. Weird one that.
>
> Oh, and ill top post it just to excite you
>
>>>>>>> "Overseas". (the Panasonic cordless pronounces it as
>>>>>>> "omerrty".
>>>
>>>>>> Omerta? They mafioso?
>>>
>>>>> mafiosi, stupid.
>>>
>>>> Si, mi dispiace.
>>>
>>> **** off wogchild.

>>
>> **** off Seppo.

>
> Ive never known Rod to be an American. Weird one that.


He's rude, arrogant, abusive, and loud. His spelling is all Seppo, so
what else can he be?

> Oh, and ill top post it just to excite you


Don't bother, I just ignore it these days. And it's 'I'll' <sigh>

Kate
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One OS to bring them all and in the darkness bind them."

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Old 08-05-2007, 12:55 AM
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Kate <vk4xyl2@nospam.optusnet.com.au> wrote
> Michael J wrote


>> Ive never known Rod to be an American. Weird one that.


>> Oh, and ill top post it just to excite you


>>>>>>>> "Overseas". (the Panasonic cordless pronounces it as "omerrty".


>>>>>>> Omerta? They mafioso?


>>>>>> mafiosi, stupid.


>>>>> Si, mi dispiace.


>>>> **** off wogchild.


>>> **** off Seppo.


>> Ive never known Rod to be an American. Weird one that.


> His spelling is all Seppo,


Wrong, as always. They dont use the ys form that I choose to use, ****wit.



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Old 08-05-2007, 12:55 AM
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Kate <vk4xyl2@nospam.optusnet.com.au> wrote
> Michael J wrote


>> Ive never known Rod to be an American. Weird one that.


>> Oh, and ill top post it just to excite you


>>>>>>>> "Overseas". (the Panasonic cordless pronounces it as "omerrty".


>>>>>>> Omerta? They mafioso?


>>>>>> mafiosi, stupid.


>>>>> Si, mi dispiace.


>>>> **** off wogchild.


>>> **** off Seppo.


>> Ive never known Rod to be an American. Weird one that.


> His spelling is all Seppo,


Wrong, as always. They dont use the ys form that I choose to use, ****wit.



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Old 08-05-2007, 05:00 AM
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On Sun, 21 Av 5767 09:55 Rod Speed translated the ancient runes
thusly:

> Kate <vk4xyl2@nospam.optusnet.com.au> wrote
>> Michael J wrote

>
>>> Ive never known Rod to be an American. Weird one that.

>
>>> Oh, and ill top post it just to excite you

>
>>>>>>>>> "Overseas". (the Panasonic cordless pronounces it as
>>>>>>>>> "omerrty".

>
>>>>>>>> Omerta? They mafioso?

>
>>>>>>> mafiosi, stupid.

>
>>>>>> Si, mi dispiace.

>
>>>>> **** off wogchild.

>
>>>> **** off Seppo.

>
>>> Ive never known Rod to be an American. Weird one that.

>
>> His spelling is all Seppo,

>
> Wrong, as always. They dont use the ys form that I choose to use,
> ****wit.


**** off, Seppo.

Kate
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One OS to bring them all and in the darkness bind them."

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Old 08-06-2007, 11:09 PM
Michael J
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>>> **** off Seppo.
>>
>> Ive never known Rod to be an American. Weird one that.

>
> He's rude, arrogant, abusive, and loud. His spelling is all Seppo, so
> what else can he be?


He's Aussie.

Do your research first girl, before you come in here with your teenage
crush on Rod.

>> Oh, and ill top post it just to excite you

>
> Don't bother, I just ignore it these days. And it's 'I'll' <sigh>


In your fantasyies ;-)



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Old 08-06-2007, 11:10 PM
Michael J
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"Kate" <vk4xyl2@nospam.optusnet.com.au> wrote in message
news:46b54b73$0$6925$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com.au ...
> On Sun, 21 Av 5767 09:55 Rod Speed translated the ancient runes
> thusly:
>
>> Kate <vk4xyl2@nospam.optusnet.com.au> wrote
>>> Michael J wrote

>>
>>>> Ive never known Rod to be an American. Weird one that.

>>
>>>> Oh, and ill top post it just to excite you

>>
>>>>>>>>>> "Overseas". (the Panasonic cordless pronounces it as
>>>>>>>>>> "omerrty".

>>
>>>>>>>>> Omerta? They mafioso?

>>
>>>>>>>> mafiosi, stupid.

>>
>>>>>>> Si, mi dispiace.

>>
>>>>>> **** off wogchild.

>>
>>>>> **** off Seppo.

>>
>>>> Ive never known Rod to be an American. Weird one that.

>>
>>> His spelling is all Seppo,

>>
>> Wrong, as always. They dont use the ys form that I choose to use,
>> ****wit.

>
> **** off, Seppo.


Stop it Kate, I'm getting excited here



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