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  • Album: National Idiots Present Obscene Phone Calls They Couldn't Broadcast
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  • Style: Comedy
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Dr. Roose - National Idiots Present Obscene Phone Calls They Couldn't Broadcast mp3 flac

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National Idiots Present Obscene Phone Calls They Couldn't Broadcast. 2. mp3. The Riot Company. Caution! All audio materials of Dr. Roose are presented solely for information. All styles of audio music.

A mobile phone (also known as a cell phone) is a device that can make and receive telephone calls while moving around. B. The first hand-held mobile phone was demonstrated by Dr. Martin Cooper ol Motorola in 1973, using a handset weighing around 1 kg. In 1983,.

Recipients of obscene calls. Police and the scant scientific literature report that most obscene callers are troubled, immature men who are not dangerous. Fortunately, the great majority of obscene calls are made to anonymous recipients. Obviously, the recipient should not give her name or make conversation. She must hang up quietly and expect an immediate repeat call.

Federal law prohibits obscene, indecent and profane content from being broadcast on the radio or TV. That may seem clear enough, but determin. Factors in determining how FCC rules apply include the specific nature of the content, the time of day it was broadcast and the context in which the broadcast took place. Broadcasting obscenecontent is prohibited by law at all times of the day. Indecent and profane content are prohibited on broadcast TV and radio between 6 . when there is a reasonable risk that children may be in the audience. What about cable, satellite TV and satellite radio? Because obscenity is not protected by the First Amendment, it is prohibited on cable, satellite and broadcast TV and radio

It won’t be long before the call becomes a pursuit solely for cranks who like the sound of their own voice, says writer and podcaster Andy Dawson. Seconds later her phone is lying in pieces on the floor. Alyssa, however, is an anomaly. Verbal communication is on the way out, and nowhere more than on the telephone

Phantom Phone Calls 3. True stories that will make you think twice before answering the phone. Following are some remarkable instances of phantom phone calls, as told by the people who experienced them. In some cases, it's the phantom who answers the phone. But in every case, the experience remains unexplained.

Tracklist

1A Rated XXX
1B Calls They Couldn't Broadcast

Notes

Rated XXX Keep Out Of Reach Of Children
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