Yesterday, someone faxed our office. They were requesting that we send them a fax back, but – as they wrote on their original fax – they didn’t know our fax number.
There was also someone who we faxed a form to fill out, and said “fax this form back to us.” He did. Without filling it out. He just turned around and faxed it back.
Back in 1994 we held a convention in Phoenix, Arizona. The various sessions and workshops were held at the convention center in rooms with names like “Yuma” and “Tucson.” At one point during the convention, we received a phone call from a man asking where he could find a certain session. “It’s supposed to be in Tucson,” he said. We agreed – that’s what it said in the program. “But I can’t find it,” he claimed. It turns out that he had gotten in his car and driven to the city of Tucson and was searching for it there.