|The Townleybomb - 2012-08-04 |
The best thing about this is that if you put a leather blazer on this guy, he'd be able to do videos about how to run a floating craps game as well!
|Hooker - 2012-08-04 |
Now I know something oddly specific!
|THA SUGAH RAIN - 2012-08-04 |
This isn't evil, funny, or interesting. If you didn't know you had to dial a country code to phone/fax another country, then you've been living under a rock.
You have a poor sense of humour.
|boner - 2012-08-04 |
It's funny to me if you watch all this guys videos at once (How to fax to Japan, Sweden, Denmark...)
|Dread Pirate Roberts - 2012-08-04 |
It could be nine or ten numbers. I don't know. You do.
This man is a genius.
|MacGyver Style Bomb - 2012-08-04 |
So now you know what to do next time Arino does a live challenge.
|Reefer Fez - 2012-08-04 |
Oops, minus 1 star for neglecting to tell us to drop the first zero from the Japanese area code when calling from overseas.
|theSnake - 2012-08-05 |
if you don't do this your fax will go somewhere else
|kumi - 2013-09-26 |
If the country code is improper, you fax could go to another country, or nowhere at all. A number is a mathematical object used to count, label, and measure. In the case of faxes, numbers are usually as a label which identifies the recipient.
This is not to be confused with other numbers that may be related to a fax, but do not identify the recipient, such as the number of pages. If you dial the number of pages of the fax, you will most likely not reach the proper destination.
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