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Started by liketoedge at 06,Mar,16 04:36  other posts of liketoedge
Post you area code here. Im 831

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By sbc3150 at 05,Jul,17 20:35 other posts of sbc3150 
215 also 267 here

By spermkiss at 03,Jul,17 11:18 other posts of spermkiss 
503, Portland, Oregon. See my comments about Portland in the addendum to my original post on this topic more than a year ago.
By toondick at 05,Jul,17 00:46 other posts of toondick 
no kidding!? I'm 509 sunnyside wa. I'm planning a business trip to hood river. you should PM me

By toondick at 05,Jul,17 00:49 other posts of toondick 
i was going to segust a meet up, but i read your blog, and it seems you have commitments.

By BushPilot at 12,Jul,16 19:41 other posts of BushPilot 
Wow...this topic has drawn a lot of comments. So, here's another.

As far as Area Codes go, it's simply a three digit number that makes it numerically possible to keep telephone numbers at 7-digits no matter how large the population in an "area" grows.

Having traveled extensively around the globe for business and in the military I have to say that Americans do have a bias for borders which is largely caused by living inn a country that has very few. With few exceptions, there aren't any other countries where you can drive for three days and still not have crossed a national border. Try that in Europe and you'll have crossed countries nearing double digits. So, we're geographically biased against changes due to national borders. By the way, I typically write my phone number as "01.area code.prefix.number". It makes it usable by anyone around the world. "Notice the dots and no commas".

My page tells you where I live so an area code can't help that much. I don't give out my telephone number here because I don't want to be contacted by phone. I like to have semi-private messages wit my friends here. So far...that hasn't lead to giving my phone number to anyone or getting theirs.

If you want to discloses your Area Code then go for it and I'll simply ignore it. As for me, I'm not ready for that.

By sinanff47 at 15,Jul,16 01:47 other posts of sinanff47 
So, once again our resident 'short sighted amerikan' speaks his ignorance:
"With few exceptions, there aren't any other countries where you can drive for three days and still not have crossed a national border."
I guess Canada, Russia, China, India, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Australia aren't well known enough by our 'expert' here?
By BushPilot at 15,Jul,16 20:26 other posts of BushPilot 
And our Canadian resident smart ass apparently doesn't comprehend the meaning of; "With few exceptions". So, I'll go ahead and brake down the numbers. According to the web site 'About Education', as of 2016 there are 196 countries generally recognized. Here's the math...10/196 = 5.10%. So, 5% is a fairly accurate description of the phrase 'a few exceptions'. As for shortsighted...if that's what you wish to believe then be my guest. At least I'm able to check my sources and prove my point. All you've proven is that you like to take offense to others comments and you don't have much to say that's relevant. But...keep it up. I enjoy these moments of frivolity in communications between the colonists.
By sinanff47 at 16,Jul,16 02:54 other posts of sinanff47 
Yes, in your 'scoring system', both Vanuatu and Russia, for example, would each get 1/196 'points'. But since your topic is about driving for 3 days without crossing a national border, I think that 'land area' is a far more relevant measure. The nine countries that I've mentioned above comprise about 38% of the Earth's land area, a much more useful number IMHO, and hardly a "few exceptions".
By BushPilot at 16,Jul,16 23:04 other posts of BushPilot 
Opinion vary. Yours has good thinking behind it so we'll agree to have different opinions...
By sinanff47 at 17,Jul,16 00:05 other posts of sinanff47 
OK, agreed.

By spermkiss at 03,Jul,17 11:16 other posts of spermkiss 
Concerning opinions, there's a lovely line about them in the sixties musical "Hair": "Opinions are like assholes. Everybody's got one."

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By CountryCouple54 at 15,Mar,16 09:10 other posts of CountryCouple54 
You all bring up good points on this topic. I would agree with you all. However, there are certainly all sorts of reasons why people don't visit or travel to other countries. Not just Americans. Some don't like to fly. Some don't have the money to take such a trip. Some are in fear of terrorism. And there are some, like myself who has been to other countries (via the military) and seen and I guess you could say done horrible things. Most will say that is an excuse. I guess it is. I would love to see the world in a different view. But unfortunately, my travels were never nice. So you can say what you want, but I have no desire to leave the US again unless forced too. And as far as the comment on Americans or Yanks believing that the world starts and ends on our shorelines. Your absolutely fucking correct. It's what some of us call pride and honor in our country. It's too bad others don't feel the same about their own countries.
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954 area code. 1.9 million others with the same. Come find me

By pifad at 14,Mar,16 12:37 other posts of pifad 

By leopoldij at 09,Mar,16 04:37 other posts of leopoldij 
You seem to be thinking that everyone lives in the US. You should have specified that if you so wished.
By #68656 at 09,Mar,16 06:52
Dear Leo.
I have also noted that point as well in that to the majority of members only the US exists. Most Yanks believe that the world starts and ends at their shoreline.
Also as we have noted some members have problems with other countries and non-US members from other countries.
It is pointless for ourselves to post our area codes plus to do so is risky.
By JeffinKS at 09,Mar,16 08:22 other posts of JeffinKS 
why is it risky? plus it is not that we in the USA think that only WE exist...most of us can never afford to travel and discover the interesting aspects of other countries. maybe instead you could explain the difference? here in the USA we have 10 digit phone numbers(405-555-5555). the AREA code is for a specific geographic area. If I see say.. 405 I think Oklahoma City or 202 I think is near New York City...
By leopoldij at 09,Mar,16 08:37 other posts of leopoldij 
No, risky it might not be. It's just that when someone talks about "area code" they refer to US district telephone code. I can appreciate the fact that many cannot afford to travel. Somehow, people in other places, Asia for instance, may not afford to travel but if, for some reason, they wanted to ask for some information, say telephone code, they would specify their country or region. That's all I was saying.

By banshee728 at 10,Mar,16 08:04 other posts of banshee728 
Thank you Jeff, well put. 505

By spermkiss at 10,Mar,16 11:30 other posts of spermkiss 
Dear John,

A few points.

"Most Yanks believe that the world starts and ends at their shoreline." I have to say with a certain amount of embarrassment that you're generally correct on this point. But I ain't one of them. I've visited every continent except Antarctica multiple times, including your continent of Australia five times.

Also (again I say this with a certain amount of shame), we Americans are notorious for our ignorance of geography beyond our borders. And even within our borders.

Here in the USA, the area code (it also could be called a city code) is for the geographic area where the telephone is located. It is followed by the seven digit local number, so there are ten million possible numbers in each area code. Revealing one's area code poses minimal risk.

For what it's worth, Canada and the Caribbean islands are also on the same North American telephone system as the USA so calls to or from those locations are not international calls here. (Hello site administrator. Aren't you in Canada?)

Please note that I was the first to comment on this topic and I proudly listed my San Francisco area code.
By JeffinKS at 10,Mar,16 11:59 other posts of JeffinKS 
I thought the ADMIN was from Russia.....

By bella! at 13,Mar,16 06:32 other posts of bella! 
To spermkiss, perhaps your area code code be thought as a city code however, where I live, it's definitely just an generalized area.

Call it an area code, call it a city code, call it a country code, some whiny ass member is going to flip it around, make it about them and get themselves all butt-hurt.....

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By spermkiss at 13,Mar,16 14:18 other posts of spermkiss 
Yes, I know that many area codes cover not just one city, but rather in many cases large areas, even entire states. Or in the case of Canada, entire provinces, and in the case of the Caribbean islands, entire nations and even more than one nation. Indeed, my own 415 area code is not just for San Francisco, but also for some (perhaps all) of Marin County to the north across the Golden Gate.

A bit of history here, when area codes were assigned back in the late forties, there were only three (yes, three!) for the entire state of California. But as the population grew and more people got telephones, then with the proliferation of fax machines and cellular telephones, they began running out of numbers. So area codes were carved up into ever smaller geographic areas. Then came area code overlay, where an area will have two (or more) area codes and which we have here in San Francisco. We must dial the area code and the seven digit number even for local calls. In other words ten digit dialing.

Wouldn't a better solution have been to make local numbers eight digits instead of seven? That way there could be ten times as many numbers in each area code. An area code would cover a larger area and there wouldn't be the dreaded code overlay. Indeed, in many (perhaps most) parts of the world local numbers are eight digits. When I was a **** in Cincinnati, our phone numbers were six digits. Then in the late fifties they were expanded to seven to bring our numbers in line with the national standard and to pave the way for direct long distance dialing. (Are there any other old farts like me who remember when long distance calls had to be placed by an operator?) In any event, we got thru that change from six digit numbers to seven and I'm sure the nation could get thru a change from seven digits to eight.

I've asked this question several times, even of people in the telephone industry, but I have yet to get a good answer. Does anyone in the SYD membership know?
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Damn that censor! The word that got censored was c-h-I-l-d.

By pvolusiacounty at 13,Mar,16 04:44 other posts of pvolusiacounty 

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By leopoldij at 10,Mar,16 05:35 other posts of leopoldij 
Area code 1 at the moment
By spermkiss at 10,Mar,16 14:10 other posts of spermkiss 
So, Leo, are you still here in the USA?

By Savethehorse at 10,Mar,16 06:37 other posts of Savethehorse 
By spermkiss at 10,Mar,16 14:09 other posts of spermkiss 
Another Bay Area member. You say on your page San Francisco, but 510 ain't San Francisco, but the East Bay, or as the late Herb Caen said, the Mysterious East Bay. Of course that could be a cellular number and you do indeed live here. In which case my apologies.

By CreativeOne at 09,Mar,16 23:03 other posts of CreativeOne 
Five One Eight

By leopoldij at 09,Mar,16 04:36 other posts of leopoldij 

By spermkiss at 06,Mar,16 12:15 other posts of spermkiss 
415, San Francisco, America's favorite city.
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Well, when I posted this I didn't think I'd ever move away from San Francisco. But it got too crowded, too congested and too expensive. So last November I moved to Portland, Oregon and I'll proudly say my area code is now 503.

To anyone who has never been here, I'll tell you that Portland is a lovely city. Clean and green with a nice touch of weirdness. Kinda like San Francisco was twenty years ago before it got spoiled by being too crowded.

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