$25 buys 1-min. message beamed to space

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  1. Sky

    Sky Inactive

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    $25 buys 1-minute message beamed to space
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    Associated Press
    Jun. 11, 2004 08:45 AM


    PHILADELPHIA - Talk about a long-distance call. Endless Echoes is allowing people to beam messages into space.

    The Pennsylvania-based company charges $25 for a one-minute call to the great beyond.

    Founder Paul Forte says many of his customers are people wanting to say goodbye to a lost loved one. Others want to spread good news to the universe, such as the couple who wanted to announce the birth of their daughter.

    Forte says in theory, the radio waves will travel forever.

    http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/0611endlessechoes-ON.html

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    that's right up there with the person selling 'pet rocks' a few years back! :waitasec:
     
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    If I sent a message to God, and he doesn't respond within a certain amount of time, do I get a refund?
     

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