Thursday, May 21, 2009

TBWCYL Day 140 - Kall Kall Kall

So, I got to call the Ku Klux Klan today for my task and prank call them. There phone number is (870) 427-3414 and they are based out of Harrison, Arizona. I was sort of surprised to hear that. As this book has been known to play a joke on me, I wasn't sure if I would actually be calling the Klan so I was hesitant on the call. Here is how it went.

(In a rushed voice) Hello, Christian Concepts. How can I help you?
(long pause)Um...Hello?
Yes, how can I help you?
Who did I call?
Can I help you?
I might have the wrong number. Who is this again?
This is Christian Concepts.
Oh, what was your name?
Well, I think I have the wrong number.
OK.(hung up on me)

So, I looked up on and searched the phone number. I wouldn't have been surprised to find that The Book had caused me to call a church group instead of the Klan. Then I found this.

Those dirty dogs have more than one name. If I ever heard a more chicken shit thing than this I don't recall it. Not only do they hide their faces under hoods because they are to afraid to show them and spout there racist rhetoric, but now they put a Christian face on their hate group and don't even have the guts to answer the phone "Ku Klux Klan. We don't flinch when it's time to lynch."

I have always been disgusted with these people and I did try again later in the day when I had time but they were closed. I came up with a great prank though. Here is how I was going to handle it.

Hello. Christian Concepts. How can I help you?
Hello, I am with the Arkansas chapter of the NAACP and we are currently doing our fundraising drive to raise money for college scholarships to area colleges for underprivileged minorities. We were calling to see if you would be interested in donating.
Hell no, you *&^*^%&^ ass (*#$()(* better not call here again.

After that I am not sure what else would have happened but I think it would have been funny. Instead I just got the machine.

That is all,


2 Ripples in the pond:

Erin said...

I wish your back-up plan had actually taken place - I'd be very curious to hear the KKK reaction to that statement.

Trinity said...

Yeah, it didn't work in my favor that they answer the phone as a religious institution.