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Somebody should call Jenny and ask her if she knows who left her such a nice note in the snow

Somebody loves Jenny

Andrea H. looked out her window today and noticed a large affirmation written in the fresh snow on the Christian Science Center reflecting pool. Anybody happen to have Jenny's number handy?

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867-5309

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Is that 617, 857, 508, 978?

413?

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You'll still get Jenny.

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You'd get "The number you dialed is not in service". She disconnected her number due to too many people calling. Just like she did back in the 80s...

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Today, that number would get you this:

http://tinyurl.com/notinservice

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867-5309!

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867-5309

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867-5309

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Too easy - pitching meatballs Adam?

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A beloved cousin of mine named Jenny recently passed away. She was only 52.

I hope, wherever she is, she sees this and smiles. (No, I wasn't the one who wrote this.)

And yes, growing up, we all sang 867-5309 to her. It was her song.

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And...
thankfully, it's not written in yellow.

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I'm pretty sure that the message is for Jerry, not Jenny.

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It's also an IOU. Jerry needs to get paid back guys.

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867-5308, then.

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We can rule out Newman as the author.

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Heart warming wish someone did this for me

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I can't remember if I've posted this here or not.. but many years ago, I was involved in a big domain swap with a hate group. At the time I had the phone number of my domain registrar account to be 603-867-5309.

Well when reporters started trying to contact me, they called the number. And got an actual woman named Jenny. A few days into this whole thing, a reporter asked me about the number and said they called it first, and got a Jenny. I felt like I had to call the poor woman and apologize.

She said she asked for the number when she got a cell phone because she thought it would be a hoot. But once the calls started coming in, she turned off the phone. But she was good humored about and wished me luck.

Just too funny.

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Jerry.

It's an I.O.U. for Jerry.

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asdf

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imagine this as a dude taking a desperate shot vs. just a love note to an already-solid relationship. More gutsy that way.

Either way, well done. I like romance.

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write it in snow.

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Is why I read Uhub. Thanks for making my day Adam!

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