04 May 2019


Tax season is over so there should be a decline in "IRS" calls.

4 May 2019
  424-999-0122  Torrance, CA - Talk about evil Empire...Star Wars Day.  Getting a call on a Saturday is usually no surprise, but on an International Holiday like Star Wars Day.  This is blasphemy.

They left a voicemail.  Do you know what is interesting about this?  I checked the number against Bank of America branches in Torrance. Guess what...prepared to be shocked.  This number does not match any numbers in any branch within a thirty mile radius.  Fuck you!

7 May 2019
  214-556-6518  Plano, TX - Auto blocked by Call Protect before the call even came through and marked as "Fraud Risk". Call Protect, thank you. Telemarketers, fuck you!

8 May 2019
  251-239-3024  Bay Minette, AL - Aw...too bad.  Bay Minette sounds like a cute place in the south.  Well, it is shit now, thanks to it being a telemarketer hub.  Honestly, I know nothing about Bay Minette.  Anyway, good old AT&T marketed this as a telemarketer call...and since I was in a meeting, that gave me two reasons to ignore this call.  Fuck you!

9 May 2019
  310-849-1542  Beverly Hills, CA - Packed week.  Three calls in three days, from three different locations.  Fuck you!

10 May 2019
  310-389-3624  Los Angeles, CA - Like I said, packed week...and with a little variety.  Four calls in four days from four different locations.  I wonder if they will cal tomorrow, on a Saturday...and from where?  Fuck you!

13 May 2019
  310-849-5626  Beverly Hills, CA - Today is Top Gun Day. Boy, it would be awesome to buzz the tower of a telemarketer.  Maybe launch a missile at their building...no, too close...switching to guns.  Speaking of Top Gun, here is to keeping up foreign relations...Fuck you!

18 May 2019
  714-746-5084 Anaheim, CA - A text message.  Obviously, another scam.

 This also appears a spoofed number was used to send this text.  Not your usual scam here.  We have an attempt to contact on a Saturday, a text, a text from a spoofed number.  That a rare occurrence.

Other things that bug me.
  • There should be no space between "Hi" and the comma.
  • Reward?  Should be something like "gift card".  Not like I found a lost cat, so I would not receive a reward.
  • Cannot recall the last time I shopped at Amazon.  Months? Years?  So, you are just now getting back to me on my shopping experience?  How can one possibly remember that far back?  What did I buy?
  • Yeah.  Not going to the link provided.
Fuck you!

21 May 2019
  310-849-5011  Beverly Hills. CA - So no call on Sunday or Monday...must be recovering from Game of Thrones Series Finale?

What the shit!  Calling me at 08:09?  Fuck you!

26 April 2019

Build the Back to the Future Time Machine - Issues 067-070

Sweet, two shipments this month, which means I might not get the next shipment until way late into May.  Hopefully, the next parts get to me earlier and not later...and not way later, like last year.

Issues 067-070
Nicely packed box.  This time, there were no 'air bags' for packing, just the parts and the magazines.  We get a door, looks like a complete driver's side door.  Exciting!

Issue 067 - Driver's Door Details

Contents of Issue 067
Some great detailing in the interior door pieces.  I am not sure why there are 'light bronze' coloured areas along the door edge, I guess it visually helps break up that area.  Oh and there are door lights...LED door lights.  One of the first 'mods' I did on my car was converting the door lights to LED. 

Very few cars these days have door lights, but when you have bad ass gull winged doors, you need that extra visual warning so you do not hit your head.

We also get two new screws in this Issue, the tiny JP and KP.

Issue 068 - Driver's Door Lights

Contents of Issue 068
Speaking of LED lights, here they are.  Some simple routing of wires and we are good to go. 

But wait, there is more.  We have working windows!  The little tollbooth window goes up and down via a gears and a dial located at the bottom of the door.

Issue 069 - Driver's Door

Contents of Issue 069
The first die-cast piece of this shipment and boy is it a big hefty piece.  The door pieces from the previous two issues come together to form the door.  It even has mirrors that fold, just like the real thing.  Yes, there is a mirror piece that you can use to check your blind spot, or just to see how cool you look whilst driving a DeLorean.

Issue 070 - Fitting Driver's Door

Contents of Issue 070
Ah, the headliner.  I had my headliners redone a few years ago.  They were drooping, as many do after time and neglect.  Also, the were not die-cast...but they are in this model.

Another new screw is introduced, the QM, one more tiny screw for the collection.  Two of these tiny screws take the responsibility of holding up this heavy door.  Feels a little dangerous to me, but at least there are struts to help ease the pressure.  What?  Struts?  Yeah, just like the bonnet, there is a strut. 

Fun fact:  Last year, I replaced all the struts in my car.  The louvre and bonnet were relatively easy to install.  But the doors, being heavy and awkward, were not as easy.  I had to come up with something to hold the doors up while I removed and installed the door struts.  The solution...hockey sticks.

Hockey sticks for the assist
Probably not the way I am supposed to do it, but it worked.

The finished assembly up to issue 070 should look like this:

Outside of door assembly
Inside of door assembly
I hope those tiny QM screws hold.  Speaking of screws, note that we have three new screws in this shipment.

58-AP, 18-BP, 2-CP, 19-AM, 12-BM, 4-EM, 4-CM, 22-DM, 3-DP, 1-FM, 3-GM, 3-HM, 2-IM, 2-EP, 18-FP, 2-JM, 4-HP, 2-GP, 8-NM, 1-MM, 4-KM, 1-LM, 1-IP, 1-OM, 1-PM, 2-JP, 1-KP, 1-QM

to be continued...

20 April 2019

My Fitbit Alta HR Stopped Working

I have been wearing fitness trackers for about six years.  First with the Nike FuelBand in 2013, and more recently with the Fitbit Alta HR in 2017.  There have been issues with the Fuelband, mainly from a design and quality standpoint.  But overall, fun to wear.

About a week ago, my Fitbit Alta HR died.  I had just finished the first game of a double header and wanted to see how many steps I had.  By the way, a typical hockey game, for me, generates about 2500-3000 steps.  The displayed only showed the Fitbit logo and a battery logo with an exclamation point (!),  no blinky blink from the heart rate lights, and unable to access any other information like time, heart rate, steps, etc.  I even checked the battery before the game, and with about a third of juice left, it was more than enough to last the day.

The Fitbit has been worn for two years, through many games, and a few double headers.  Never had an issue with the Fitbit.  It seems that water, or sweat, got in to the unit and shorted the device while playing hockey.

While I do not exercise everyday, I do get a good amount of 'movement' through running around at work, going to the gym, hockey, and various errands.  There is no need to constantly check if I have met my step goals for the day.  The only thing I miss is the heart rate monitor.  Oh, having the Alta HR linked to my phone was a bonus. 

So, what now?  A week into being fitness tracker free, I like it.  I am no longer 'handcuffed'.  I am not looking for another fitness tracker to replace it anytime soon.

Update:  I just checked the Fitbit site, just to see what my options are should I choose to enter this game, again.  The Alta is no longer available, looks like that model has been discontinued and replaced by the Inspire.  The other option, with heart rate monitor, is the Charge 3.  I will just wait...or just not have anything on my non-watch-wrist.

11 April 2019

Build the Back to the Future Time Machine - Issues 063-066

A little late posting this, not the fault of the supplier or Eaglemoss.  I was on a business trip for over a week and had not have time until this week to get on this.  Let us get to it.

Issues 063-066
We start to see the exterior of the car take shape.

Issue 063 - Hood

Contents of Issue 063
Huge flat metal piece for the hood.  Also in this issue are the struts that help hold the hood up.  Wow, they are actual struts.  Okay, not gas or oil filled, but friction rod-and-tube.

Oh, and we have a introduction of the PM screw, new screw!

Issue 064 - Hood Frame

Contents of Issue 064
Ah, the hood frame, the structure that gives the DeLorean hood the distinct "X".  The hood light is a part of this assembly, which means a little bit of wiring.  Really, just routing the wire along one arm of the X.

Issue 065 - Luggage Compartment Interior

Contents of Issue 065
We are at the half way mark at Issue 065.  Like the 1955 white wall tire parts, there may be 'extra' issues in addition to the planned 130 issues.

This assembly is pretty straight forward.  For me, it seems that I was short one GP screw.  This will show in the screw count later.  Luckily, I have kept all the extra screws well organized and it was not a problem 'replacing' the GP screw.

Issue 066 - Door Catches

Contents of Issue 066
More wires!  Luckily, this is pretty simple routing of wires.

All issues in this shipment are assembled onto the frame from the last shipment.  It should look like this, or better...for you, probably a lot better.

Issues 063-066 installed
Here is a close up, albeit an out of focus photo, of the hood struts.

Hood struts at work
Fun fact that you do not care about.  I recently replaced all the struts on my car.  So, working on these struts brought back memories.  It was less than a year ago, but I have a memory of a goldfish.  Pretty easy to swap out hood struts on a DeLorean, so if you have experience doing that, this shipment of parts should be no problem for you.

Now, the screw count.  Note that this is a new screw (PM) and a shortage of one screw (GP).

55-AP, 18-BP, 2-CP, 18-AM, 12-BM, 4-EM, 4-CM, 20-DM, 3-DP, 1-FM, 3-GM, 3-HM, 2-IM, 2-EP, 18-FP, 2-JM, 3-HP, 2-GP, 6-NM, 1-MM, 4-KM, 1-LM, 1-IP, 1-OM, 1-PM

to be continued...

01 April 2019


Three months down and heading into the fourth month of the year

1 April 2019
  408-961-4321  San Jose, CA - April Fool, indeed.  I had already blocked this number on the Call Protect app.  So, this was intercepted by the app.  Curious as to why the call was even flagged.  At least there was no ring, or message left.  Keep calling, you will never get through.  Fuck you!

4 April 2019
  310-849-5956  Beverly Hills, CA - I waited three days for this call.  Not really. But it has been three days.  It seemed like this was going to be a daily thing.  The inconsistency kinda makes it fun.  Not really.  Fuck you!

  310-299-0499  Beverly Hills, CA - Just when you think they might be running out of Beverly Hills numbers, they call from a different prefix.  How cleaver. Good thing AT&T marked this as a telemarketer.  Not that it matters.  You know what matters...fuck you!

9 April 2019
  310-743-0258  Inglewood, CA - Nothing showed up on a quick search. This could be a legit 'wrong number', but more likely, this is your garden variety spoofed number from a telemarketer.  Fuck you!

  424-239-7363  Beverly Hills, CA - Something tells me that this call does not really originate from Beverly Hills.  That city is not that big, yet I get countless calls from different area codes and prefixes.  Fuck you!

10 April 2019
  213-880-8071  Los Angeles, CA - Getting calls all over California this month, so far.  I better not get any calls from other states.  Oh no, I jinxed it.  Fuck you!

11 April 2019
  424-239-7363  Beverly Hills, CA - Nice, a return caller.  Fuck you!

12 April 2019
  310-849-1888  Beverly Hills, CA - Too bad one cannot block an entire city from calling.  Fuck you!

  424-239-7363  Beverly Hills, CA - I thought I blocked this number.  Apparently, I forgot to.  My mistake.  Now blocked, fuck you!

15 April 2019
  310-849-2506  Beverly Hills, CA - Norte Dame is burning.  I wish telemarketers were burning instead.  Fuck you!

16 April 2019
  970-233-2961 Collbran, CO -  Oh, could this be a legit call?   I mean, how many people do I know in Colorado?  None.  So, a quick search and the first result that comes up is...

I mean, good for you, for using a non-California number. For a time, I was tempted to answer the phone.  How long a time, you ask?  About 0.68 seconds, sir.  For and android, that is nearly an eternity.  Also, fuck you!

17 April 2019
  310-849-1799  Beverly Hills, CA - No need to check, this is a telemarketer.  Fuck you!

  310-849-3597  Beverly Hills, CA - Second call, or should I say, attempt from possibly the same telemarketer using another Beverly Hills area spoofed number.  Fuck you!

19 April 2019
  310-404-8529  Gardena, CA -  Another spoofed number.  No message left.  No results from a quick search, so we can safely assume this another telemarketer.  Fuck you!

22 April 2019
  No Caller ID - Well, this is strange.  I even checked Call Protect and this was listed as "Private Caller".  No message was left, so this defaults to telemarketer.  It also defaults to fuck you! 

27 April 2019
  747-282-2570  Agora Hills, CA - Alerted by AT&T as a Telemarketer.  Another call on a Saturday, another call ignored.  Fuck you!

14 March 2019

Build the Back to the Future Time Machine - 1955 Wheels

I got two shipments this month.  Eaglemoss likes to throw in these "Special" issues.  The first two were comic books, kinda useless.  But this latest one is kinda cool.  Sure you get charged for it, but at least this is relevant to the build.

Contents of SP003
SP003 - White Wall Tire Special

This issue did not come with instructions.  Others have mentioned this, as well.  But, if you remember how you build the stock wheels, it is pretty much the same thing.  

Here are some problems with wheels in general.  In order to install these wheels, you will have to remove the stock wheels from your model.  The trouble is, it is near impossible to remove the center caps to get to the screw.  Luckily for me, I left the center caps off of my wheels in case I needed to adjust the fitting in the future.  

This center cap problem also effects the white wall tires. Once you mount the wheels on, you close off the screw with the chrome domes.  The domes will be very difficult to removed, especially without damage, once they are pressed in.

Second problem.  It is March and still quite cold.  This means that the rubber tires are hard, and the bulkiness of them do not allow them to flex.  Therefore, pressing the wheel sections into the cold hard tires is near impossible.  

I suggest either waiting for warming weather or, warming up the wheels in some warm water so there is a little give in the rubber.  I have not put my wheels together yet, as I plan to keep the Time Machine as that way it looked in 1985, when it first rolled off Doc's van.

to be continued...

10 March 2019

Build the Back to the Future Time Machine - Issues 059-062

Ugh, time change.  Speaking of time, we have another shipment of Time Machine parts from Eaglemoss.

This shipment came in a larger than normal box, also very heavy.  Already lost an hour due to the stupid time change, let us get to it.

Issue 059 - Bulkhead (Upper)
Contents of Issue 059
These are the final (I think) parts of the interior.  All we have to do is mount the Torin Blower, some hoses, and a few wires.

Oh man, the wires. This is issue where all interior comes together and finally gets mounted on to the chassis.  The wiring from back issues are plugged into the board.  While there are only a few parts to this issue, you will spend a long time plugging in wires and making sure elements of the interior assembly line up with the chassis assembly.  Be patient.

Assembled parts up to Issue 059

Issue 060 - Roof Frame

Contents of Issue 060
Oh, big heavy parts.  Not much goes on as far as assembling here.  Just installing the front door pins and you are done.  But look how huge this is!

Bonus!  We have a new screwdriver!

Issue 061 - Luggage Compartment Frame

Contents of Issue 061
Another heavy part, the front section of the frame.  The frame sections get merged and you kinda get a feel of how big...and heavy...this thing will be.  

Oh, another bonus!  Back to back bonuses.  I can only be this excited, because we have a new screw, the OM.  This heavy duty screw is used to secure the front and back frame sections together.

Issue 062 - Windshield 

Contents of Issue 062
Our first window piece.  Take care in installing this, make sure you do not slip and gouge the plastic windshield.  

It also comes with a rear view mirror.  The actual Time Machine does not have a rear view mirror. There is no need for it as the bulkhead blocks the rear view.  Anyway, I left mine off.  I also broke it while trying to install it...so there is that. So, be careful install this part, too.

Update: I fixed the rear view mirror and installed it.  But, I am too lazy to update a photo. 

Fun fact: The rear view mirror on my car broke off one day. I thought I reattached it correctly, and one day, while driving, it fell off.  So, I have very little luck with DeLorean rear view mirrors...at any scale.

Assembled model from Issues 060-062
Now, the best part...screw count.  I must remind you that there is a new screw in this shipment (OM from Issue 061)

55-AP, 15-BP, 2-CP, 13-AM, 12-BM, 4-EM, 4-CM, 19-DM, 2-DP, 1-FM, 3-GM, 3-HM, 2-IM, 2-EP, 18-FP, 2-JM, 3-HP, 3-GP, 6-NM, 1-MM, 3-KM, 1-LM, 1-IP, 1-OM

to be continued...

04 March 2019


March.  March away from that phone, because it is a telemarketer calling

4 March 2019
  310-627-4642  Compton, CA - Compton?  Well, shit!  Fuck you!

  310-627-4642  Compton, CA - Wait, you called twice?  Well, fuck you...twice!

5 March 2019
  813-694-7239  Florida - This came in on the phone as "Unknown".  But, I looked in the Call Protect app and it shows the number as listed.  Did you really think disguising yourself as 'unknown' would make any difference?  Fuck you!

6 March 2019
 310-939-1813 - Redondo Beach, CA - Three days in a row.  I hope they call everyday of the month.  Fuck you!

7 March 2019
  310-325-6401 - Lomita, CA - Where the fuck is Lomita?  Well, there was a voicemail

Lomita sounds like an acronym for a robo-telemarketing computer.  L.O.M.I.T.A.  Yeah, I do not have time to think of what it stands for.  Fuck you!

8 March 2019
  310-849-5898  Beverly Hills, CA - Sweet!  Five days in a row.  Left a voice mail for some credit card something.  Whatever.  As if I have any credit.  Fuck you!

  310-285-9242  Beverly Hills, CA - Second call of the day. Perhaps making up for tomorrow?  You guys have called on weekends before.  I wonder if the time change will mess with your system.  Fuck you!

12 March 2019
  310-956-1244  Hawthorne, CA - Getting quite a few 'random' numbers.  Mind you, these are still telemarketers.  Are they starting to run out of 'Beverly Hills' numbers to spoof?  Fuck you!

  310-956-1244  Hawthorne, CA - Two calls in one day.  Must be important...NOT!  Fuck you!

19 March 2019
  310-448-2048  California - This came in as "unknown".  But using Call Protect, I found out the number.  Fuck you!

20 March 2019
  310-994-778  California - So, I got a voicemail from these guys.  But, the phone did not even ring.
What is this witchcraft?  Obviously a telemarketer, but how did they bypass the calling and went straight to voicemail?  Fuck you!

21 March 2019
  310-849-8057  Beverly Hills, CA - It has been a while, Beverly (we are on a first name basis).  Fuck you!

22 March 2019
  646-794-7536  New York, NY - Definitely a robo-telemarketer.  Left a message in a foreign language.  Pretty pointless if you ask me.  1. I do not answer calls from the unknown.  2. If the message is in some kind of foreign language, how the fuck am I supposed to 'buy into' whatever you are trying to sell.  Fuck you!

  310-373-6462  Redondo Beach, CA - First, New York...now, California.  Coast to coast telemarketers.  Fuck you!

23 March 2019
  626-576-5247  Alhambra, CA - Remember this jingle?  "Me and Alhambra Water making friends".  This could be a wrong number, but just to be on the safe side...Fuck you! 

24 March 2019
  408-961-4321  San Jose, CA - One of those rare Sunday calls.  Fuck you!

25 March 2019
  408-961-4321  San Jose, CA - Second call from this number. Could be legit, most likely not.  Too lazy to look into it.  Maybe leave a message.  Until then...fuck you!

26 Mach 2019
  210-880-2755 San Antonio, TX - Who, in San Antonio, would be calling me?  Other than telemarketers, no one.  Fuck you!

  240-203-6145  Maryland - Well, this is random.  Again, why would anyone from Maryland try to contact me?  Again, fuck you!

  408-961-4321  San Jose, CA - Third call of the day...and third call from this number.  Perhaps I should block this number, since answering the call is totally out of the question.  Fuck you!

27 March 2019
  800-221-6659  - Hmm..800 number.  Nothing came up on a quick search, but signs usually point to telemarketer. Fuck you!
  310-695-1548  Inglewood, CA - Dude!  What the fuck is up with all these calls this month?  Obviously, there some kind of astrological occurrence that I am unaware of.  Fuck you!

09 February 2019

Build the Back to the Future Time Machine - Issues 055-058

Another delay in shipping as, according to some sources, there were shortages of Issue 56.  Well, I guess they have their supply and the next shipment was received.  Only month (January) delay, much better than the gap...crevasse...that was between the late June and December shipment.

Issues 055-058
Lots of small parts in this shipment. Oh, also, this parcel came with another binder.

Issue 055 - Lower Bulkhead

Contents of Issue 055
This parts include speakers that are located behind the seats.  I did not know there were speakers located behind the seats.   In a DeLorean, the speakers are located on the inside of the B-pillar.  Maybe they upgraded to better speakers and placed them just behind your butt for better bass.

Out of focus photo of speaker behind passenger seat
I am not sure there is enough room on a real DeLorean to place speakers behind the passenger seat. They would have to move some things around to accommodate. 

Issue 056 - Circuit Board

Contents of  Issue 056
Yay, more wires.  But this time, you get to plug them into the circuit board. 

Focus, damn it!
Actually, this is a good place for the circuit board.  The area behind the passenger seat is where the fuses and relays are. So, this kinda looks like the fuse and relay box.  Too bad my photo is way out of focus.

Issue 057 - Upper Bulkhead

Contents of Issue 057
This gets Issue is pretty exciting.  The upper bulkhead gets a lot of screen time in the movies, so everyone recognizes this area of the car.  Simple assembly here, pretty straight forward.

Kinda in focus
Most of the upper bulkhead is complete after this issue, there are still a few elements that are missing.  Which brings us to...

Issue 058 - Flux Capacitor

Contents of Issue 058
A lot of people are disappointed in how the flux capacitor is represented in the build.  I would have to agree, it is not that great.  It gets most of the elements and details but leaves a lot to be desired.  For such and icon part of and iconic car, they could have done a lot better.

Uh, okay
Well, there you have it, a flux capacitor.  While it is supposed to make time travel possible, needless to day, this time machine, with this flux capacitor is not going anywhere.

There are a few more pieces that need to be installed before, the bulkhead gets mounted to the interior.  Those parts will come in the next issue.  Until then, here is your screw count up to Issue 058

54-AP, 15-BP, 2-CP, 12-AM, 11-BM, 4-EM, 4-CM, 18-DM, 2-DP, 1-FM, 3-GM, 3-HM, 2-IM, 2-EP, 17-FP, 2-JM, 3-HP, 3-GP, 3-NM, 1-MM, 3-KM, 1-LM, 1-IP

to be continued...

01 February 2019


Well here we go, another month and no time wasted.  It had been over a week since our last call.

 1 February 2019
  213-807-1922  Los Angeles, CA - At least this call was intercepted by AT&T.

I wonder if they will call repeatedly on Groundhogs Day.  Fuck you!

4 February 2019
  310-849-5651  Beverly Hills, CA - Early morning call at 7:06.  They did leave a message:

By the way, this is the same robo message left by multiple callers.  Well...partial message, since I have a long greeting to my voicemail.  That generally cuts off most of the robo messages and lets me know if 'missed' calls are legit.  Fuck you!

7 February 2019
  310-849-6415  Beverly Hills, CA - Oh, we all know who this is...I mean, we do not know who it is, be we know who it is.  Fuck you!

10 February 2019
  310-547-8135  Los Angeles, CA - Point to AT&T for flagging this one as a telemarketer.

Keep in mind that this call came in on a Sunday at 11:03.  I mean, what if I was at church...not likely.  If there was a god, there would be no telemarketers.  Fuck you!

11 February 2019
  310-849-8376  Beverly Hills, CA - Something about these Beverly Hills numbers allow them to sneak pass the AT&T Alert system.  Fuck you! 

12 February 2019
  443-853-8092  Maryland - Not one...

  443-853-8092  Maryland - ...but two calls from this number.

Both calls caught by Call Protect...and labeled by AT&T Alert!  Bam, bitch!  That is a double sack!  fuck you!

13 February 2019
  310-849-8851  Beverly Hills, CA - This call slipped through the cracks.   Oh no, I did not answer...just like ever suspicious call, I ignored it.  Fuck you!

  310-849-9791  Beverly Hills, CA - Two calls in less than an hour.  The day is young...bring it on.  Fuck you!

15 Februray 2019
  849-949-4755 Dominican Republic - No kidding.  Someone from, or pretending to be from, the fucking Dominican Republic called me.  I shit you not.

 Like, who do I know that is from the Dominican Republic?  Better question, do I even know where the Dominican Republic is?  Fuck you!

849-947-3151  Dominican Republic - What!  This is awesome. Not only getting more than one call today, but more that one call from the Dominican Republic.

Did they run out of number from the US to spoof or call from?  Fuck you!

18 February 2019
  310-849-6976  Beverly Hills, CA - Ah, good old Beverly Hills!  None of that 'Santo Domingo' bullshit.  Oh, they left a robo message:

I mean, it sounds legit, right?  Of course not!  Fuck you!

  510-906-2793  Alameda, CA - Interesting.  Hey, today is supposed to be a holiday of some sort.  Fuck you!

19 February 2019
  310-598-4832  Beverly Hills, CA - Oh, I guess they ran out of 849 prefixes and had to spoof some other numbers.  Fuck you!

  559-884-5930  Riverdale, CA - This was intercepted by AT&T Alert and branded as a Telemarketer.  I am too lazy to take a screenshot, but just take my word for it.  So, thumbs up to AT& T, and for the telemarketers on the other end, the usual...fuck you!

20 February 2019
  310-849-3689  Beverly Hills, CA - Okay, I guess there are still some more 849 prefixes in the Beverly Hills area.  Good for you and fuck you!

  310-849-1000  Beverly Hill, CA  - Great number.  Makes it look so official, like it is coming from some place important.  Good try, fuck you!

25 February 2019
  310-849-6449  Beverly Hills, CA - Starting the week off with another spoofed number from Beverly Hills.  I wish it was some luxury retail brand calling me about some luxury item.  But, no.  It is some robo telemarketer, as usual. Fuck you!

28 February 2019
 302-232-9625  Delaware - Call Protect to the rescue on the last day of the month.

Actually, double tagged as AT&T Alert label this call as "Fraud Risk".  Fuck you!

  310-255-2535  Santa Monica, CA - Who the fuck is this?  Telemarketer, that is who.  Fuck you!