Sunday, May 20, 2007


As Sacha Pfeiffer of the Boston Globe writes (Saturday edition):
If you're a radio listener of a certain age, the telephone number 867-5309 is burned forever in your brain.
Now, apparently two companies are fighting over the 'rights' to the digits made famous in a pop song by Tommy Tutone in the 1980s.

The number appears to be quite popular in the plumbing business, and is now the subject of competing claims, as described in the article.

Who would have thought that an anthem of the early 80s would end up being used as a jingle for stuck toilets?

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