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"Concert Billboard," strange phone sounds and recordings, messing up the greeting, insincerity in everyday conversation, Ross Perot is running again, a massive march is planned by pro-lifers outside the Smith Haven Mall, Eric and Kevin talk about the planned presidential debates, a station malfunction, Eric tries a healthy snack, news, Americans fire on a Turkish ship, music from "Twin Peaks," the future for Dan Quayle, Mr. Quayle promises not to call if Bush loses the election, people forced to face years of examinations, what does Perot really stand for?, Perot's unknown vice presidential candidate, a rumor involving Eric and Matt, callers who want John Gotti for president, a prisoner pulls a gun after being sentenced, the fakeness of Clinton, the White House press office, Clinton's infidelity, a sobriety checkpoint in Hauppauge, how to counter a dead fetus at a pro-life rally, teleconferencing using spare university phone lines, problems with the phones, the United States is too big, Eric called in to the show last week, some history from Ward Melville High School, the lost teleconference comes back.Download It Now!
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The end of "Psychadelicatessen," Shelley Thunder ID, "Concert Billboard," a cryptic message, slight tape garbling at the eight minute mark, getting information from a local operator, phone sounds, ANAC recording, verification numbers, new features being introduced on the phone network, an air traffic control glitch and other mishaps, Bush loses his cool before a crowd of Clinton supporters, the theme to "High Chaparral," no actuality at the White House, a baseball update, questions about hackers, how to get "The Anarchist Cookbook," having control over your phone, Matt filled in last week, an 0700 number for the 2600 voice bulletin board, bad audio at the 46 minute mark, the *69 dilemma, how *69 can be used to get unlisted numbers, New York Telephone's call waiting screwup, getting information on the American Anti-Vivisection Society, people who collect 8-track tapes, head banging to Billy Joel, a female hockey player on the Tampa Bay team and female players in professional sports, Sinead O'Connor gets booed off the stage at Madison Square Garden, the controversy surrounding her, verification numbers dedicated to callers, people who become alcoholics, a caller claims that Caller ID is already working on Long Island, more questions about hackers, the hypocrisy of teleconferences, how Social Security Numbers are now used for everything, monthly hacker meetings in New York and several other cities, trying to break through the barriers and call restricted numbers, What's For Lunch?, sound restored at 1:54, The Big Guy has laryngitis, a quick review of the debates.Download It Now!