It's Lenny

Too bad it's a bit too involved and a hassle for most home phone users to take advantage of Lenny's skill in dealing with Robocallers. We could all derive a little schadenfreude from bedazzled Robocallers. Fortunately, I talk a lot like Lenny and get similar results with robo people, so perhaps just imitating Lenny is sufficient.

Absolutely hilarious!!! Thanks for the laughs. Wish Lenny could answer our phone for perpetuity!

We need someone to make this an app to answer my phone calls. Election year, so gonna be getting lots of unsolicited calls. :wink:

Yes, but change it to IT's TOM

His 3rd eldest, Laryssa, seems pretty smart. But his eldest, Rachel, seems pretty cruel. Not to talk to Lenny for a week...

The duck intermissions were a riot though!

What's interesting is chatbot Lenny thought he was talking to a real person rather than another chatbot.

"Overall, bots—good and bad—are responsible for 52 percent of web traffic, according to a new report by the security firm Imperva, which issues an annual assessment of bot activity online. The 52-percent stat is significant because it represents a tip of the scales since last year’s report, which found human traffic had overtaken bot traffic for the first time since at least 2012, when Imperva began tracking bot activity online. Now, the latest survey, which is based on an analysis of nearly 17 billion website visits from across 100,000 domains, shows bots are back on top. Not only that, but harmful bots have the edge over helper bots, which were responsible for 29 percent and 23 percent of all web traffic, respectively."