Daddy's Home by Tony Rubino and Gary Markstein for January 22, 2015

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    Last Rose Of Summer Premium Member about 8 years ago

    Mine is a Jazz version of “Midnight in Paris”At least I know its my phone. Husband’s is a generic one everybody has, it rings and everyone around him looks at their phone.

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    x_Tech  about 8 years ago

    When I was younger I was lucky. There was a phone in the basement near my room. Yes, I really did live in my parents basement.

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    SusanSunshine Premium Member about 8 years ago

    Gosh, X…..


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    SusanSunshine Premium Member about 8 years ago

    Anyhow…. I use the closest to acceptable ringtone out of the list of unbelievably bad choices available on my Samsung phone.

    There are about 3 dozen…. including not one recognisable song…they’re mostly composed of what seem to be vibraphone or xylophone notes, bird calls and drumbeats, with a few simulated jungle or beach noises, and electronic sounds.

    In fact, I use the same tone for the alarm as for incoming calls, so I can’t tell which is waking me up….but it’s better than whispery jungle drumbeats and a crescendo of twittery bird calls.

    Some day I gotta spring for a ringtone, or more likely, download an app to snip one from a song.

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    Say What Now‽ Premium Member about 8 years ago

    My ring tone is Green Onions by Booker T & the M.G.s.

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    SusanSunshine Premium Member about 8 years ago

    x_Tech….wrong numbers…. indeed?

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    Knightman Premium Member about 8 years ago

    Old fashion RING!

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    cdward  about 8 years ago

    Mine is set only to vibrate. Couldn’t tell you the last time I actually heard the ring tone itself.

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    llong65  about 8 years ago

    dave Brubeck …take 5

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    Daniel Aplet  about 8 years ago

    I go back more the the older boy,there was a time phones did not have ring tones and not out of a hand held device

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    GROG Premium Member about 8 years ago

    Call Me by Blondie.

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    artysurvey  about 8 years ago

    My primary ringtone is The Marine Corps Hymn, since I schedule an Honor Guard for veteran’s funerals and deal with funeral directors it’s Amazing Grace for them.

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    ladykat  about 8 years ago

    Immaterial. Can’t afford a cell phone right now.

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    elysummers  about 8 years ago

    My son used to have a ringtone, about 6 years ago, when I would call it would say “HEY, YO MAMA’S CALLIN” really loud. Was that a song? idk

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    Jkiss  about 8 years ago

    Mine is a normal phone ring. When I’m in the car with the radio on, I can’t hear any other tones.

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    Templo S.U.D.  about 8 years ago

    I would like to know when was the first telephone with a ringtone invented and by whom. Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in 1876, but to get the caller’s attention, you’d yell into the device saying, “ahoy.”

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    K M  about 8 years ago

    How old is this cartoon!? I was making my own ringtones 10 years ago. Every caller had the same ringtone; but it was one I made up. Made up a lot of SFX for that old phone. And in a lot of ways, that Kyocera 7135 was better designed than anything that’s on the street today.

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    neverenoughgold  about 8 years ago

    It sounds pretty much like the Rockford Files opening…Of course, my recorded message is a bit different!

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    jbmlaw01  about 8 years ago

    Just bought a really cheap Windows smartphone. It examined my mp3s and told me to choose from 8,000 ringtones. Have not decided: torn between the Overture to Marriage of Figaro and Foggy Mountain Breakdown.

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    Dry and Dusty Premium Member about 8 years ago

    Erik Satie, “Gymnopedie”. LOVE THAT CLASSICAL PIECE!

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