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« Last post by 3ohhh5 on January 27, 2014, 10:46:31 AM »
I am asking for your help and make his phone blow up with calls from women. He is in a relationship but his other half doesnt know what he does on the side. Please help me.
Thank you all!!
« Last post by Mode7 on January 24, 2014, 03:30:54 PM »
Fucking around on Youtube when I found this.
Has an actual bell ringer, and if you look at the end of the video, you can see he's calling it on his cell.
« Last post by N01zii on January 22, 2014, 07:44:00 PM »
Hey guys! After messing around at Walmart for multiple hours, I've figured out some random and entertaining things.
Sorry if these have already been posted, as I know you guys /love/ Walmart.
Anyway, not sure if these are only for my local walmart or for all walmarts, but it's worth a shot.
WALMART EXTENSION LIST, IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER:
142-143 - Automotive
184 - Cash Office
201-2XX - Checkouts
250 - Cigarettes
199 - Claims
326 - Connect Center
160-161 - CSM Podium
188-189 - District Manager (He never answered his phone
121 - Domestics
105 - Electronics
119 - Fabrics
129 - Fitting Room
149 - Food Service
116 - Garden Center
373 - GC Canopy
186 - GM Recv
111 - Hardware
102 - HBA
114 - Houseware
126 - Infants
182 - Invoicing
132 - Jewelry
181 - Layaway
187 - Lounge
123 - Menswear
170 - Management Office
133-140 - Pharmacy
104 - Photo
386-389 - Portable Registers
198 - Portraits
118 - Seasonal
100 - Security
150-151 - Service Desk
125 - Shoes
109 - Sporting Goods
103 - Stationary
107 - Toys
190 - Training
185 - UPC
191-195 - Vision Center
At the moment I'm researching into some of the weirder ones, and will update with descriptions of all of them soon.
« Last post by N01zii on January 22, 2014, 02:03:18 PM »
So, after failing at Walmart (The only phones in the store are at the different department desks where there are always people. I only succeeded once in the gun section, but after answering and messing with the guy employees were quickly scanning the area) I decided to go to target.
Now, the extension for the floor intercom at my target is 52#, which I'm fairly sure it is at all targets. (I even confirmed this by calling up the target in-store operator and asking her, pretending to be an employee)
Unfortunately, every time I dialed it from one of those red phones, I wouldn't hear anything in the earpiece except for a single click, and all you could hear over the intercom was what sounded like someone hanging up a phone. Also, this didn't happen when you first dialed 52#, it always happened after mashing either 52# or just 52 or just #, because nothing was happening. You would hear a "click" on the intercom, but even if I continuously blew into the mouthpiece/rubbed it to see if it would play over the intercom and it never did, before or after the click.
Was this an employee/the in-store operator just hanging up my intercom call whenever I called, or am I just doing it wrong?
« Last post by N01zii on January 22, 2014, 01:53:38 PM »
Everyone should make fake Apple IDs and post the information here, I have an awesome idea for a prank that we could all take part in.
Use fakenamegenerator.com if you need addresses and stuff, and for a quick and anonymous email you can register one at cock.li or dicksinmyan.us or tfwno.gf (yes, these are all valid email addresses, and operated by the same guy haha)
What the prank would be:
You know how you have to reserve a meeting at the Genius Bar to get any appointment with them and be able to talk to them? We should all use the fake Apple IDs to reserve every single appointment on a day at as many stores as possible. If you guys do a store near me, I'll go video tape the empty counter haha.
I just think it would be funny because they would be sitting there with an empty counter the entire day, wondering why everyone is missing their appointments.
Anyone up for it? I think it would be hilarious. Also, at whatever store we fill up all of the appointments on, we should continuously call them throughout the day, just asking ridiculous things, and generally annoying them.
« Last post by xyzqwa on January 20, 2014, 04:51:31 PM »
I like the idea of having a random number being bridged in. Then considering the fact that people could use that as an excuse to threten others kind of ruins it.
« Last post by N01zii on January 19, 2014, 10:02:43 PM »
Was just scanning around and found a Carrier Access Code, what fun stuff can I do with it, and how do I use it?
Can't find much information about them online.
« Last post by N01zii on January 19, 2014, 02:50:18 PM »
Allow you to enter a number and have it be forwarded through that, so the ID shows up as Dino or something haha. Only like three forwards per day per person though, so it doesn't get abused /too/ much.
« Last post by akspa420 on January 18, 2014, 10:26:41 PM »
Hello, Brad! (Get it? Because I'm the only one who uses these forums?) For over a week now I've been playing around with Asterisk stuff, but the really exciting stuff happened this morning when UPS delivered my Linksys phone adapters. I can now hook up 4 answering machines, or other archaic phone equipment, to my Asterisk box! So far I've got 2 machines hooked up to it and I'm going to visit a few thrift stores tonight to search for a couple more old machines.
The phone numbers to connect are 425-243-7565 and 505-796-5789. The 425 is a Google Voice line and it only allows 1 connection at a time. The 505 number is with Flowroute and it allows 2 connections. I'm paying around $8/month for Flowroute, so I'm hoping to find a better deal on that. At the very least, I'd like to accept a few more calls at a time on a single phone line. Or maybe I'll just hook up a dozen Google Voice lines, who knows.
Turns out that nobody has made a voice BBS for asterisk like I was hoping to set up. So it looks like I'm going to be attempting to put together my own FreePBX module. Hopefully I can get started on that soon.
Here is a picture of the answering machines and other miscellaneous crap I have hooked up right now. I also posted it on Twitter, in case you're a weirdo who hates Facebook.
I called, but theN has already hacked the machines I tried.
« Last post by kingpin007 on January 18, 2014, 03:36:01 AM »
If theres some interest then I will obtain them .. i can get 20 .. price is $15 each .. postage be around $5-$10 from sydney Australia .. but may be more or less depending where you are.
if you want to order a few then I am sure we can work out a better price and postage ...
These can be used for people with antique or manual phones ,, modified into a redbox .. etc as you can see from photo they got big buttons and a redial function .. to access phone messages over skype
i will also include new batteries and test them before sending out..
anyhow if theres some interest then message me .. i will probably list them on ebay .. as well ..
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