So I was asked to call a friend’s Google Voice number and leave a message, because he wanted to see how well it would be transcribed. Google Voice, for the unintiated, is a super awesome thing where you get a phone number where people can call you and you can have that number forwarded to whichever of your phones you want at any given time, plus you can screen voicemail messages as people leave them, and any voicemail messages you get are transcribed and sent to you. It’s all amazing and wonderful and FREE, except for the minor fact that you can’t have it if you live in Canada. Anyway, I was asked to leave a message and then my friend sent me the transcript that they received from Google Voice. And the transcript is full of awesome:
And I did leave a message after the tone. This is Dr. At no
Marian is dead. No calling you from Vancouver, British
Columbia 3, British Columbia, but we don’t tell anybody,
calling from my computer. Men for rent today. Well, me
saint call me on the plane and so.
Anyone care to guess what I was *actually* saying in that message?