A limited quantity of the photoshoped tshirt you see above is now available. As of now, they’re only available in black. But I plan on using the profits to buy more colors and sizes if I can at least sell these. So you should buy them to encourage me! They’re $15.00 each, plus $4.00 for shipping and they’re available in S, M, L, XL and XXL. If your fat ass needs XXXL, then wait a couple months and there might be one available. These are professionally screened shirts.
I’ll even knock a dollar off if you promise to send me a picture of yourself wearing the shirt. So send your $19.00 (or $18.00) via PayPal to rbcp AT phonelosers.org. Or you can mail it instead. Your shirt will be shipped right around the 1st of March.
It’s been a year or so since we had a new PLA TV released, so here’s a new one. Watch as RBCP annoys “his” coworkers at the office with some nonstop cactusing. For other PLA videos, visit PLA TV or take a look at RBCP’s YouTube page.
About a year ago, on January 31st, 2006, the first episode of PLA Radio was announced. So, Happy Birthday! Or Anniversary. Or whatever. To celebrate, you are required to go listen to all of the episodes, from #1 to #13 RIGHT NOW.
According to Holiday Insights, today is National Inane Answering Message Day. They say, “An inane message is a senseless or meaningless message, or a prank call. Or, it could be an insane message.” So I guess…call up some strangers and leave them a few messages.
And if you’re looking for a good stranger to call, I have just the person! Sarah Manolis, a 19-year-old girl from Oregon! She’s spent the past four months collecting random voice mails from strangers and posting them to her website at www.sendmeavoicemail.com. As of this writing, she’s received 679 messages from around the world. Leave her a message about anything you want, as long as it’s not obscene and doesn’t involve singing.
Sarah asks that you only call once per day, since she’s got a lot of messages to filter through and wants everyone to have a turn. Be sure to visit her website and listen to the other messages that have been left.
You may not have noticed, but about a month ago phonelosers.org went through some major changes. About 75% of the site now relies on the popular WordPress platform, which probably opens us up to all kinds of brand new security holes! Not much has changed in the overall look of the site, though.
The good news is that the commenting system for every page is working again. RBCP’s shoddy PHP code is gone forever, and replaced with WordPress commenting. And hundreds of dead links have been fixed on the site during the process. Also, you can now subscribe to updates on phonelosers.org by using http://www.phonelosers.org/feed/. You can even register for an account if you’d like, but you don’t need one to comment. In fact, you don’t need an account for anything. It’s pointless to get an account. Why are you bothering??
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Learn all about phone mobbing by listening to our phone mobs on Love Line, What’s Your Bid, Russian Brides, Our Prisoner and a few other radio station call-in shows. There’s also some voicemails, which is always the best part of the show. This episode premieres the sound clips from the latest NW Bell Phone Mob. This podcast is 26 minutes long and is about 24.7 megs.
Digg recently started up a podcast directory. This means that I’m going to beg the users of this site to visit the Digg page for PLA Radio and Digg the show. The more diggs it gets, the higher it rises in their list of shows. So go do it!
Also, expect a new PLA Radio episode to be out around the beginning of January. To pass the time until then, you should be listening to the new episodes of the Big Beef Bueno Show and relistening to old episodes of PLA Radio.
This isn’t an episode of PLA Radio! Just ask Verna, she knows. This is just a quick update to quell the voicemails yelling at me for not putting out an episode in the past two months. Rest assured, I don’t have a life or anything.
For the past year now, Frappr.com has been pinpointing the location of PLAers all over the world. Are you on the map yet? Add yourself immediately so that you can feel that your miserable existence means something!