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This is a great way of spreading the gospel also...
We get people who call us or text us all the time, that had the wrong number.. so what we've always done, (me and my family) we say Sorry u havet he wrong # but the right person, and they say "huh?" and we say, im glad you called.. if you died right now, do u know for sure you are going to heaven? yea, we have some that hang up, or say no thanks, but we have seen allot accept Jesus as their Saviour. I mean what are they gonna do?? After all they are the one who called you! Works Great!!!!! I like what Isaiah said, "isn't it wonderful that God can take a mistake and make it into somethin wonderful?" And that is so true! Just think of the story of Joseph, "you meant it for evil, but God meant it for good!" i love that story!!!!
Just thought i would share.

Ashley Brianne, T4C 48 Comments [9/20/2007 7:16:16 PM]
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This thus proves that no one talks to you anymore, and you're so desperate you initiate conversations with wrong numbers.

Good job.

9/20/2007 7:24:51 PM


Many of those people you think are accepting your proselytizing are gracious, polite people who realize you are a 14-yr-old with serious problems. They're placating you, humoring you, etc.

9/20/2007 7:27:28 PM


Does she realize that she's talking to a dead phone? <snicker>

9/20/2007 7:28:50 PM

I like Nicole's suggestion: I'll have to spread the Word to the next telemarketer who calls me!

9/20/2007 7:29:28 PM


Do they ever ask you what number they dialed, so they can be especially careful not to dial it ever again?

9/20/2007 7:31:32 PM


Blah blah blah.

9/20/2007 7:38:13 PM


Dear Tolkien...

That's brilliant! Next time one of them damned telemarketers call, I'll try to convert them to Cthulhu!

Or maybe StarCraft. Telemarketers are probably on a first name basis with the great Old Ones.

9/20/2007 7:42:06 PM


Technology: Helping fundies drag us back into the Dark Ages!

You people are truly pathetic.

9/20/2007 7:45:24 PM

Wet Walnuts

Is your world so dead and meaningless that you need to proselytize to people who accidentally dial your number?

9/20/2007 7:47:29 PM


That would be really, really annoying.

Especially if you speak like you type. The phone line would fray.

9/20/2007 8:25:55 PM


Oops, sorry, my bad. I was looking for the Seventh Day Adventists.. anyway, nevermind, have I told you how your soul is in jeopardy?

9/20/2007 8:32:49 PM

D Laurier

Cute... In a pathetic and desperate way.

9/20/2007 8:50:24 PM


That's seriously pathetic. There's nothing meaningful or spritual about it; just some crazy Funie dumbass preaching to you through the phone.

Although, I don't know if I'd hang up if someone did that; maybe I'd humour them for a while, and string them along.

9/20/2007 9:19:31 PM

cool cats

That's just pathetic.

9/20/2007 9:34:03 PM


Step one: ask "No, please tell me more!"

Step two: place the phone on the desk and casually walk away.

9/20/2007 9:36:21 PM


Man, this chick would be so fun to mess with.

9/20/2007 9:59:02 PM


Worst telemarketing scheme ever.

9/20/2007 10:35:00 PM

Hawker Hurricane

I propose a new award catagory:
"How to get rid of unwanted phone calls"

Next telemarketer who calls me gets converted to Erythnal, God of Slaughter.

9/20/2007 10:37:05 PM




9/20/2007 11:01:00 PM


And that is why they made this very useful button that is usually pressed by the horn. It has two advantages:

1. Moving the horn away from your head and towards the button reduces the exposure to nonsense.

2. Once the button is pressed the nonsense will stop all together.

It's a win-win situation.

9/21/2007 12:16:37 AM


Telemarketers for Jesus award

9/21/2007 12:46:22 AM


You failed basic English didn't you?

9/21/2007 12:51:27 AM

Of course, have you never had the sensation that, mysteriously, not many people have misdialed the number lately?

9/21/2007 2:49:06 AM

Is this girl idiot enough not to tell the difference between genuine acceptance and politeness?. One thing I wonder, how does she know they have accepted Jesus?, after all,neither she nor the anonymous caller knew each other and more probably, she hasn't reasumed the contact, how can she know if, after the call, they carry on with their life?

9/21/2007 2:52:01 AM


Actually I like this idea as a way to get rid of telemarketers!

9/21/2007 6:30:13 AM

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