Mission Impossible helps sell “documents”
Posted on by Jason Li
ESWN reports: A screen capture of the new Mission Impossible 3 movie has been floating around on the BBS’s recently. On it is what some call “history’s most awesome small advertisement” – a telephone number for getting “documents.” Author of ESWN, Roland Soong, decides to call up the number and ask for fake ID documents in order to meet the person behind the number.
An adventure ensues. Eventually, after playing public transport tag, they sit down together for drinks, the man with the number complaining about how people have called out of the blue because they saw his number in the movie (and not for documents). Roland tries to persuade him that the number is now valuable, but has little success.
2 comments on “Mission Impossible helps sell “documents””
Funny. that is similar with what people talk to swinlders by Phone Short Messages
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