Lenny calls

Lenny is an automated PBX system that I run at home. I was so bored of paying for a landline and unplugging the phone, I thought I’d make use of it. Basically, he is pre-recorded messages and he waits for a pause from the caller before moving onto the next message.
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My first proper call, unfortunately gets truncated. Have edited the script to see if that helps. The call actually went on for 3m36s. (24s)


This one knows it’s a computer. (29s) (Jan 2017)


Chris Rogers from the Accident Investigation Department calls for a first time. Unfortunately we get cut off. (1m 38s) (Jan 2017)


Fortunately Chris calls back. For a 9 minute call. He’s my first to get to the ducks bit, then starts losing it at about 07:50. (9m 24s) (Jan 2017)


Chris really isn’t happy. So much so, he calls again to swear at poor old Lenny, and a quick spelling lesson. (34s) (Jan 2017)


I think Chris passed the call onto the next level to wind someone else up, called Jack. (5m 25s) (Jan 2017)


Have I got my Yellow Pages? (25s) (Mar 2017)


Karen from RB Security (8m 34s) (Mar 2017)


Gem (Supervisor) from RB Security (4m 21s) (Mar 2017)


Lenny gets his first car insurance scam call (5m 31s) (May 2017)


Lenny talks to my new helmet system – Sena 10u (0m 0s) (Aug 2017)