________ ________ ________
2020-02-11 / \/ \/ / \
/ __/ /_ _/
I've wanted to do a voicemail dead-drop / _/ / /
ages ago but I couldn't nail down what I \_______/_\___/____/\___/____/_
wanted to do it for. More recently I've been / \/ \/ / \
going through and trying to organize my / _/ /_ _/
phone stuff and found my old answering /- / _/ /
machine tape so I backed it up to an mp3 and \________/\________/\___/____/
gave it a listen and it was great, a real
nostalgia hit. That reminded me of the dead drops and I had this idea to make
a collection of voicemails on here.
Please use your common sense if you call the line. The recordings will be
posted here for anyone to listen to and might be used in future projects. Try
to remember that if you're revealing personal info or incriminating shit but
ultimately that's on you. I can take down a voicemail if you contact me (you
know where I'm at or you know someone who knows) about it but like all things
on the Internet; once it's out there it's always out there.
The only identification I'll use is the filename, which I think may be just
a timestamp, so you can reveal as much or as little as you like about who you
That out of the way, let's go. Call the number below, leave a voicemail and
wait for it to appear here. That last step I'm still working on so it may be
slow while I'm trying out things and troubleshooting.
+1 (929) 601-BAUD.
Here is a fun ad should you want to throw it in one of your phlog files for
a laugh. I appreciate the exposure.
| baud.baby presents: | │ baud.baby presents: │
| Voicemail Dead Drop | │ Voicemail Dead Drop │
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| +1 (929) 601-BAUD | │ +1 (929) 601-BAUD │
| | │ │
| baud.baby/1/voicemail | │ baud.baby/1/voicemail │
| | │ │
| * call me now * | │ * call me now * │