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Mr Matt

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reply to ke4pym

Re: "save your life texts"

If you think "save your life texts" are bad, here in Lake County, Florida some ass hole in the Sheriffs Department decided to send out a reverse 911 Amber Alert for a brat lost in another town, starting at 5:10AM, and continued to call every hour thereafter for several hours.
Edit: I forgot to ask who pays for the text message?

Joe12345678

join:2003-07-22
Des Plaines, IL
you pay up to $0.25 for each one incoming and outgoing.

thedragonmas

join:2007-12-28
Albany, GA
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reply to Mr Matt
said by Mr Matt:

Edit: I forgot to ask who pays for the text message?

said by Joe12345678:

you pay up to $0.25 for each one incoming and outgoing.



The federal government and American wireless providers will be bringing a new Emergency Text Alert System to everyone in US on a cellphone this month. The service which will provide geography-based warnings of life threatening events including tornadoes, floods, hurricanes typhoons, tsunamis, dust storms, extreme winds, blizzards and ice storms will be free for all.