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Old 10-17-2013, 07:36 PM   #1
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Drunk dial Congress

this is legit


The partial federal government shutdown may be over but as of Thursday, the drunk dialing is just beginning.

The creators of DrunkDialCongress.Org said in a statement that the service would continue, facilitating the inebriated and sober to call their Congressional representative to thank them for ending the shutdown and press for action on other issues facing the country.

In one of the more bizarre footnotes to the 16-day shutdown, DC-based progressive digital agency Revolution Messaging originally created the website where individuals could enter their phone number online to "drunk dial." The individual would then receive an automated phone call that would connect them to a random member of Congress, encouraging the caller to express their ire at the partisan brinksmanship fueling the saga.

"Drinks are not essential. But they help," DrunkDial said in the statement Thursday.
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Old 10-17-2013, 08:02 PM   #2
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Re: Drunk dial Congress

I suspect this may raise the reason and rationality of some recently rebuked elements of Congress. Perhaps over time they will be up to accepting sober advice.
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