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My number is strictly private and known to just a few people. I am thinking somewhere in the fine print, Myxer says they will occasionally give your number to others, but I am not certain of this. But I attest that harassing telemarketing calls started after I signed up for Myxer! Hey, I just got the same-ish text today, has anyone figured out exactly what this is yet??
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Spring and other phone companys are working on it right now. I got the same message dont want no girls calling me looking me up or nothing so please no more texting wasting my text messages I have to pay for that I will report this to the company to have you blocked from my number I dont like you texting me. Its nothing but a bunch of trouble you know so people could take this the wrong. The girl dreamer203i is just a ploy to get you to sign up to the site.
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In a 704-million-year-old rock, 235U is at its half-life and there will be an equal number of 235U and 207Pb atoms (the Pb/U ratio is 1).
In a rock twice as old there will be one 235U atom left for every three 207Pb atoms (Pb/U = 3), and so forth.
In these cases, the concordia diagram is a valuable tool.