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K7 Security Code

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    Hey folks, be still. Old treed is just having a flash back to “The Nam.” It’ll pass. Don’t do anything that’ll scare him or it might set him off.

    treed, think math. Thiiiiinnnnkkk maaaaaaaath.

    – Verveces tui similes pro ientaculo mihi appositi sunt. (I have jerks like you for breakfast.)

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    what’s wrong with a bit of senseless violence to a lemming?

    they’re only going to walk off a cliff.

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    Scott is just using this to host the voicemail number for the book! There isn’t anything special about the K7 code and you can’t get into his unless you know his K7 code. You can log into yours though. That phine number you get when you sign up for the K7 code is your own personal phone number.

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    treed is the #1 jackass……..he’s a proud jackass

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    Nate Dogg… "life is hard. But it’s one helluva lot harder if you’re stupid"- -John Wayne

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    Oh yeah, have been meaning to ask about the #1 thing.

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    k-7? k-y? wtf?

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    hey, this fictional Skynet thing is becoming reality and hooking in people through this kind of stuff…..lets give’m a run for their money…..and lurk on the edge of reality also.
    *I am the Rear Admiral but Sigler’s  the Boss*

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    Gone to the website but I haven’t called the nunber cause I never noticed it before.


    Nine million terrorists in the world I gotta kill one with smaller feet than my sister. – John McClane

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    Don’t know if any of you have realized this, but in Infected there is a phone number (206-222-2898) and a website name ( If you call the number, a voice greets you and tells you not to tell anyone of your condition, or where you are. It switches to another voice, saying "We can send you a fax now. Or, leave a voice message…" etc. etc. etc. When you are finished recording your message, it says, among other things, "Press 4 to input your K7 security code."

    So I googled "K7 Security Code." I got some bogus thing about a company that connects your phone, fax, email, and whatever. I filled out the form in a rush, including my new K7 security code. They emailed me. The message was this:

    Welcome to the world’s best totally free universal
    messaging service, K7 Unified Messaging. This
    internet-based global messaging service is designed
    to simplify all of your telecommunication needs.

    Your Account Information:
    Email: <censored>

    Phone Number: 206-202-3377
    Security Code: <censored, get your own ;p>
    When you take full advantage of K7 Unified Messaging,
    you’ll have the convenience of checking both your faxes
    and your voice mail in one location – your computer!.
    We’ve provided you with your own private U.S. phone
    number, now all you need to do is give the number to
    your friends, family, business associates and whomever
    else you choose. Our e-mail messenger will forward
    their voice mail and fax messages to your e-mail
    address as attachments for you to access along with
    your regular e-mail messages.

    Your K7 account has been set up with the GSM wave file
    format which provides you with a lower quality sound
    but takes up less space than the PCM formatted
    files. If you would like to change file formats,
    please go to our website at and click
    on ‘My K7’.

    When you call 206-202-3377, you will hear the
    default greeting. To personalize your greeting,
    press the star (*) key as soon as K7 answers. You
    will then be prompted to enter your 4-digit security
    code. Just follow the instructions to record your
    personal greeting.

    A maximum of 20 messages can be stored on the web site.
    After which, the newest message erases the oldest.
    Messages will be saved for only 7 days on the web site.

    K7 desires to provide numbers to customers that
    will use our service. If a K7 number is inactive for
    30+ days (use is determined as a voice message or fax
    message to that number), we may terminate the account
    for non-use. If your account ever does become terminated,
    you can register online for a new account.

    K7 Unified Messaging is a product of International
    Telecom LTD ( one of the most
    innovative telecommunications companies in the

    As a customer, we invite you to discover the many other
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    Get ready to save time and money with the use of these

    Thanks again for becoming a K7 customer. To help you
    become even more familiar with our service and various
    features, or to answer any questions, we encourage you
    to view our website


    K7 Unified Messaging

    K7 Unified Messaging is a service of International
    Telcom LTD
    "Where the Internet meets the telephone."

    Occasionally, ITL e-mails information about new
    services or special promotions being offered.
    If you aren’t interested in receiving additional
    information from us, please click here:

    As you may have noticed, the number it gives has an identical area code to the one in the book.

    I called it.

    It skipped straight to the second voice, not playing the first one telling us not to tell anyone of our condition. Some other crap happened.

    I haven’t tried the other URLs, but I will now…

    Everyone, do the same. Get a K7 security code and enter it… let’s finish this easter-egg hunt.

    EDIT: I tried inputting my new K7 code in the first number, the one in the book. However, the voice said it was invalid. I made another via an alternate email account and entered that code–nothing.

    Is there a four-digit code in the book I may be missing?

    UPDATE: A fax was sent to my email address, because that’s supposedly what K7 does. I can’t post a link because you would need to go through my email, but it was a camp application form for one "Menachem Mendel Ezagul." There were several phone numbers on the sheet. I called them all. There was a four-digit number–1317–along with some illegible writing. What the bajeezus?

    UPDATE: I’ve looked up the name of the camp–Yeshivas Kayitz–on Google. I found several divisions of a Jewish camp of the same name.

    Is this real? Why was this form sent to me? Is K7 real or is it’s sole purpose for the book? If it is real, WHY would I get the form of a random camper? I’m confused.

    UPDATE: I googled Menachem Mendel Ezagul… this is the only page I got.

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