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Tuesday, November 14, 11:30 PM

Unidentified Caller #1: Hey, Tony.

Unidentified Caller #2: Yes?

Unidentified Caller #1: Owl man.

Unidentified Caller #2: What?

Unidentified Caller #1: Who let those dogs out?

Tuesday, November 14, 11:50 PM

Unidentified Caller #1: How are you doing?

Unidentified Caller #2: I'm huntin' gerbils--leave me alone!

Tuesday, November 14, 11:55 PM

Unidentified Caller #1: Hey, Ben, how's your computer workin'?

Unidentified Caller #2: 82 messages and counting. You wanna come look at it?

Unidentified Caller #1: (laughing) How many messages?

Unidentified Caller #2: 85 and counting, thank you very much.

Unidentified Caller #1: Kill the power!

Unidentified Caller #3: Hey, you got a hundred messages waiting.

Unidentified Caller #4: Just got 30 more to go.

Unidentified Caller #2: Thanks, Dick.

Wednesday, November 15, 12:00 AM

Dispatcher: ---- Wilcox, got kids in the house smokin' dope, in the abandoned house.

1106-E: Ten-four.

Unidentified Caller: And it's a school day.

Dispatcher: The nerve of those kids.

Wednesday, November 15, 12:30 AM

Dispatcher: OK, anybody going to Harding and Augusta on that foot chase, take a slow down.

Unidentified Caller #1: Can't find him--a lot of dogs barking over in that backyard in the east alley of Harding.

Unidentified Caller #2: You mean where all the dogs just started barking?

Unidentified Caller #3: That would be where all the dogs started barking.

Dispatcher: Then I guess the question would be, who let the dogs out?

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