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[paul] did you all know that mexico now has an exciting array of new area codes?
[paul] which used to be single digit numbers covering regional areas, are now 3 digit city codes?
[paul] how cool is that?!?!
[paul] I could squeal with happiness
[slash] yeah -- i'm sure there's a demand now with all those factories being moved down there
[slash] I must be going. College awaits.
[paul] well, this kind gentleman informed me in french on the one working number I figured out that he couldn't transfer me from his extension
[paul] have fun
* slash twirls his finger

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(Anonymous)
Aug. 30th, 2004 09:30 pm (UTC)
you're allowed to touch telephones? and keyboards?

-j
noweb4u
Aug. 30th, 2004 11:15 pm (UTC)
When doing business, discussing business, or any other business or work related activity, yes. This includes any legal activity commissioned by anyone that generates income. I can also discuss technical matters with other technical people, and maintain active personal relationships with people that I exchange technical counsel with.

And I was -never- banned from telephones.

This bond element does not have any active restrictions that require that I must make minimal contact with the computer when performing these tasks. The intent is to prevent me from committing computer crimes while out on bond (which is already a violation, since that would be a misdemeanor or felony, and I can't commit either while out on bond). It's not a punitive restriction, and seeks only to ensure that the public and the interests of the law are adequately protected.

Good to know I have a stalker. Why the sudden interest in me?
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