Do you get the “free vacation” telemarketer calls? These scams come in many flavors. It could be a high-pressure timeshare pitch, or maybe they tell you that they’re giving you a vacation so you’ll tell your friends and family about it and THEY will pay for their own. But I think we can all agree that the “free vacation” is a scam, right?

Anyway, this guy is calling to give us a free vacation in Las Vegas. He drops a couple resort names to keep us interested, but I doubt that he’s actually connected with them (I sure hope not!) so I bleeped them out.

He was talking to a female robot named “Jolly Jenny”. After a few minutes, he just wasn’t getting the expected responses from her, so he says a couple mildly shocking things, and when she doesn’t react to that, he says something even more shocking. And then he gets intimidating. If you love puppies, you’ll hate this guy!

These guys are invulnerable, invincible, and untraceable. They are clearly not “monitored or recorded for quality purposes” and they know they can say whatever they want. And there’s nothing you can do about it. Until now. Please do your part – subscribe to the Jolly Roger Telephone service so you can send your telemarketers to robots. This will delay the call to the next person on their list, and maybe it will prevent one scam for the day. It’s your civic duty to waste their time, but your time is too valuable. Let a Jolly Roger bot handle it.

Thanks for listening!