Friday, September 05, 2008

This gives a whole new meaning to "tramp stamp"

Duck hunters need not only a state hunter's license, but also a duck stamp from the US Fish and Wildlife Service. The stamp costs $15, with the money going to purchase waterfowl habitat for the National Wildlife Refuge System. But something went wrong with the program this year.

Due to a typo on the application, the phone number for the stamp program doesn't spell the intended 1-800-STAMP24; it spells 1-800-TRAMP24... which connects to a phone-sex line. Oddly enough, agency spokeswoman Rachel Levin said the agency has not received any complaints.

Whatever you do, try NOT to think of Daisy Duck doing a pole dance.

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