Audio: Robocall revenge
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Audio: Robocall revenge

This is a message that Prince George's County parent Aaron Titus recorded for a series of automated calls Thursday to county school officials at 4:30 a.m. He was upset that on Wednesday, he received a robocall at 4:30 a.m. informing him of a delayed school opening because of snow. (Courtesy of Aaron Titus)

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