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#73778 by BreakingBad
Thu Jan 27, 2011 1:09 pm
Is OOMA the Antichrist?

The phone number for customer support has three 6's in it!

~I'm happy thus far.......I am trying to reach customer service-I reached a busy signal. :?
#73796 by southsound
Thu Jan 27, 2011 2:26 pm
If you check on your phone dial, the number 6662 spells ooma. I wonder if that is just a coincidence or maybe why they chose the number? Of course, maybe they got the number before naming the company and used the numbers to choose a cool name? :P
#73798 by lbmofo
Thu Jan 27, 2011 2:39 pm
Hah, now everyone can remember Ooma support number.

1-888-711-OOMA

711 is dialing convention to reach your state's Telecommunications Relay Services (TRS)

or 7-Eleven

Week days 7-7 PST
Weekends 8-5 PST
#73799 by southsound
Thu Jan 27, 2011 3:18 pm
lbmofo wrote:or 7-Eleven

Week days 7-7 PST
Weekends 8-5 PST

I thought 7-Eleven was open 24 hours! What if you needed a slurpee at midnight or got the munchies for a chili dog at 2 AM. Talk about things that are evil - shutting the doors on our favorite foods. I wonder if there is a Kwik-E-Mart nearby...

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#73825 by nn5i
Thu Jan 27, 2011 9:32 pm
southsound wrote:I thought 7-Eleven was open 24 hours!


Originally they named it 7-11 because the stores opened at 0700 and closed at 2300.
#73828 by southsound
Thu Jan 27, 2011 10:16 pm
nn5i wrote:
southsound wrote:I thought 7-Eleven was open 24 hours!


Originally they named it 7-11 because the stores opened at 0700 and closed at 2300.

You know, I think my parents talked about that when I was very young. I guess I had just hoped that things had changed. It must be great to not only be a part of history but be able to remember it too. Now what were we talking about? I think I need a squishee. :P
#73840 by nn5i
Fri Jan 28, 2011 7:19 am
From Wikipedia:

In May 2005, it was reported that scholars at Oxford University using advanced imaging techniques had been able to read previously illegible portions of a manuscript which stated 616 instead of the majority of texts which state 666.[9] However, the existence of manuscripts attesting to 616 has been known long before this finding, the other early witness Codex Ephraemi Rescriptus (C) has it written in full: ἑξακόσιοι δέκα ἕξ, hexakosiai deka hex (lit. "six hundred sixteen").[10] This, along with the translation of P115, has led some scholars to conclude that 616 is the original number of the beast.[11]

The NRSV translation for Rev 13:18 includes this translation note: "Other ancient authorities read six hundred and sixteen".


So maybe there's no problem.

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