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Friday, March 10, 2017
These days, with smartphones and caller id, everybody knows who's calling. (Hint: it's usually a spammer.) That wasn't true back when the telephone was invented by Alexander Graham Bell on this date in 1876.
Of course, finding a time when literally everyone who had a phone answered it (because only one person owned a phone) would be nirvana for a time traveler who enjoys practical jokes. "Hey, Alexander! Is your refrigerator running?" Bwah-ha-ha.
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