ANARCHY 'N' EXPLOSIVES=>Prelude Volume<=courtesy of JR




For you people that like blowing things up and shit like that, here's

something that's not as dangerous or as difficult as more of the explosives

available (or able to create)... It's called the LN2 Bomb (Short for Liquid

Nitrogen Bomb). Very easy to make:


Ingredients: 1 Plastic Two Litre Bottle

Enough Liquid Nitrogen To Fill The Bottle


Instructions: Fill the bottle with liquid nitrogen. Then cap

as tightly as possible. The vaporization of the

nitrogen will create enough pressure in the

bottle (within 5-15 minutes) to break it with

a quite strong explosive force... Very Easy...





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|Compiled by The Duelist|


CALL JYER INC. xxx-xxx-xxxx

Numers with a ? either call forward to take u on some trip thru swithces,

but im sure if u fuck around with it enough u will get there tone somewhere.


Have fun....... Later!



4261244 ?

6456561 VMS

2471753 ?

5244040 ?

6348026 ?

6677827 ?

8723425 ? (Extension dialer)

9928911 ? Modem

6242367 VMS (#)

4262468 ?

3389549 VMS

2220400 ?

5376001 ?

3439255 VMS (#)

8326979 ?

2339558 VMS

7299000 ?

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3335555 VMS

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There are many toll-free assistance numbers and on-line

databases available to federal, state, local, and private

sector personnel. Some may be available through a federal or

state agency, while others are publicly available on

commercial systems or through private organizations.

Except for their own, neither DOT nor FEMA endorses the

following toll-free telephone numbers or on-line databases.


1. Federal and State Toll Free Technical Assistance Sources

2. Private Sector Toll Free Technical Assistance

3. Federal and State Agency Online Databases

4. Commercial and Private Online Databases









U.S. Coast Guard - National Response Center: 1-800-424-8802

in Washington, D.C. - (202) 426-2675

(202) 267-2675






EPA has now established a Hotline in each of it's regional offices to handle

Title III reporting. Please make note of the number for the office in your



Nation-wide - (800) 535-0202


In Alaska and D.C. - (202) 479-2449


In the Regional Offices:


Region I - Boston, MA - (617) 565-3273

Region II - Edison, NJ - (201) 321-6765

Region III - Philadelphia, PA - (215) 597-1260

Region IV - Atlanta, GA - (404) 347-3222

Region V - Chicago, IL - (312) 886-6418

Region VI - Dallas, TX - (214) 655-7244

Region VII - Kansas City, KS - (913) 236-2806

Region VIII - Denver, CO - (303) 293-1730

Region IX - San Francisco, CA - (415) 974-7054

Region X - Seattle, WA - (206) 442-1270



**** Remember to report all hazardous materials releases to your Local

Emergency Planning Committee representative and to your State Emergency

Response Commission immediately!






EPA has established a reading room in the Toxic Inventory Reporting Center

(TRC) located at 470 L'Enfant Plaza East, S.W., Suite 7103, Washington, D.C.

20024. The reading room provides a place for concerned citizens to review

release data as supplied to the Environmental Protection Agency (through

section 313 reporting). To date, the center has received more than 50,000 of

the 300,000 release reports anticipated.


The TRC's is intended to serve as a central receipt point, aid in the sorting

recording and storage of release data reported under Title III. Additionally

the TRC is to provide an easy method to facilitate public inquiries. Anyone

can access the chemical information by logging onto a data base and calling

the information up by using CAS number, state, city and/or facility name.


Staff from Computer Based Systems, Inc. (EPA contractor) are on-hand to assist

with system inquiries between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. To

schedule an appointment, please call (202) 488-1501.





(202) 479-2449

Contact: Chemical Emergency Preparedness Program (CEPP)

Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Preparedness

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (WH-548A)

401 M Street, SW

Washington, D.C. 20460




(301) 447-6771 ext 6032

Contact: EMIC Librarian, Learning Resource Center


UNational Emergency Training Center

16825 South Seton Avenue

Emmitsburg, Maryland 21727


FEMA established EMIC (Emergency Management Information Center) to assist

faculty, staff, students and off-campus users of the National Emergency

Training Center Learning Resource Center with their research and

information needs. EMIC is a special collection of natural and

technological case study documents that can be requested for loan to

state level fire and emergency management officials by applying in

writing, on official letterhead, to the EMIC librarian. Other requests

will be referred back to appropriate states for handling.





(202) 382-3000


Contact: For Superfund -- Office of Emergency and Remedial Response

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

401 M Street, S.W.

Washington, D.C. 20460


For CERCLA -- Office of Waste Programs Enforcement

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

401 M Street, S.W.

Washington, D.C. 20460


EPA established the toll free technical assistance hotline in 1980 to

answer questions and provide documents to those needing information on

the Superfund and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.






Contact: Toxic Substances Control Act Assistance Office

Office of Toxic Substances

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency








CHEMTREC: 1-(800) 424-9300. Alaska, Hawaii and DC (202) 483-7616

Contact: Chemical Manufacturers Association

2501 M Street, N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20037.


The Chemical Manufacturers Association set up the Chemical Transportation

Emergency Center (CHEMTREC) to provide immediate assistance to those at the

scene of accident, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. CHEMTREC maintains an

online database on the chemical, physical, and toxicological properties and

health effects of the thousands of products of the member companies. CHEMTREC

operates in two stages: first, staff provide chemical information for use in

onsite decisionmaking involving handling the early stages of the problem and,

second, notifies the manufacturer of the product of the accident for more

detailed information and appropriate follow-up.


CHEMNET is activated by a call to CHEMTREC. If a member shipper cannot

respond promptly to an incident and a chemical expert is required at a site,

then the shipper can authorize a CHEMNET-contracted emergency response company

to go in its place.




CHLOREP: Emergency contact through CHEMTREC above.

Contact: Chlorine Institute

342 Madison Avenue

New York, NY 10017.


The Chlorine Institute in 1972 established its Chlorine Emergency Plan

(CHLOREP), a mutual-aid response network of chlorine manufacturers and

packagers, to provide assistance at chlorine emergencies in the United States

and Canada through telephone instructions to on-scene personnel or the

dispatching of trained teams to sites. Response is activated by a call to

CHEMTREC which in turn calls the designated CHLOREP contact, who notifies the

appropriate team leader based upon CHLOREP's geographical sector team





CAER: Community Awareness and Emergency Response information line.

This is a 2 minute recorded message informing callers of upcoming events

related to coordinated emergency response planning. The CAER information

number is (202) 463-1599 and is updated twice a month.


To submit an event to be publicized, send the materials to:

Todd Miller

CMA Communications Dept.

2501 M Street, N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20037




The Center for Fire Research in the National Bureau of Standards has

established a public access computer bulletin board.

Contact: Doug Walton

System Operator


U(301) 975-6872


Information on the bulletin board includes:


* a listing of the most recent reports from the Center for Fire Research;

* information on upcoming activities at the Center for Fire Research such

as conferences, seminars and workshops; and

* information on FIREDOC, the Center's fire research bibliographic











The Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response (OSWER) bulletin board is

intended to to ts orr communications and technology transfer among the Regions

and with Headquarters staff involved in solid or hazardous waste regulation,

permitting, or enforcement and with ORD scientists and engineers in

Headquarters and laboratories who are supporting OSWER. The OWSER is operated

under contract to the Office of Program Management Technology (OPMT). The

OSWER BBS offers messages, bulletins, files and computer programs, databases,

and conferences. Bulletins include OSWER technical training opportunities and

ORD technology transfer seminars nationwide, new ORD technical publications,

the top 25 compounds found at Superfund Sites, and the current status of the

SITE technology demonstrations. Conferences include: Executive (for EPA

managers only), Ground-Water Workstation, Ground-Water Monitoring and

Remediation, Risk Management/Assessment, and Expert Systems/Geographic

Information Systems. The BBS is primarily intended for EPA Regional,

Headquarters, and ORD personnel, however, OSWER welcomes state and local

government agencies and authorized EPA contractors. The BBS telephone number

is (301) 589-8366, the voice line is (301) 589-8368.



The Hazardous Materials Information Systems (HMIS) offers two menu-driven

programs to assist state, local and Federal agencies. The U.S. Department of

Transportation (DOT), Research and Special Programs Administration's (RSPA)

project offers quick access to both exemptions information and informal

interpretations. The exemptions menu provides access to the following:

exemption numbers, exemption holders, expiration dates, container type and DOT

specification, hazardous material, shipping name and class, and regulations

affected. The interpretations menu provides access to informal

interpretations issued by the Standards Division, Office of Hazardous

Materials Transportation. Each search provides: requestor, subject,

commodity, container and regulations affected. This service is provided FREE

to state, local, and federal agencies. Private sector organizations cannot

get an account on the HMIS but can call to receive printouts on information

they need (there is a fee for the printout). In order to gain access to the

HMIS you must FIRST ESTABLISH AN ACCOUNT by contacting:

Lessie Graves

Office of Hazardous Materials Transportation

Information Services Unit

FTS/COMM: (202) 366-4555



Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) Computerized

Information System (OCIS) is designed to aid OSHA, State OSHA Program, and

OSHA Area Office staff in responding to employers' and employees' occupational

safety and health problems by maintaining quick access to various computerized

information files. OCIS files are maintained on a Digital Vax 11/750 computer

at the Salt Lake City Laboratory; BASIS is the database management software;

system is accessed from OSHA and State Program offices only; files are menu-

driven; and new capabilities are under development.


Questions and comments can be directed to:

OCIS Help Desk

(801) 524-5366 or 524-5896

FTS 588-5366 or 588-5896




The National Library of Medicine's (NLM) Toxicology Data Network (TOXNET) is a

computerized system of toxicologically oriented data banks, offering a

sophisticated search and retrieval package which permits efficient access to

information on known chemicals and identifies unknown chemicals based on their

characteristics. TOXNET files include: Hazardous Substances Data Bank (HSDB),

Toxicology Data Bank (TDB), and Chemical Carcinogenesis Research Information

System (CCRIS).


Regis orred NLM users can access TOXNET by direct dial or through TELENET or

TYMNET telecommunications networks. ations verage search charges (per hour) are

$75.00 for prime time.


For detailed information on TOXNET contact:

National Library of Medicine

Specialized Information Services

Biomedical Files Implementation Branch

8600 Rockville Pike

Bethesda, MD 20894

(301) 496-6531 or 496-1131







FIREDOC: ations vailable From NBS

The Center for Fire Research in the National Bureau of Standards has made its

computerized bibliographic system, FIREDOC, available for searching on-line.

The system can be accessed by telephone using a computer as a terminal. About

7,000 items from the Center's collection are currently entered in the FIREDOC


For further information including instructions on access and use of FIREDOC,

contact: Nora Jason

Technical Information Specialist

Center for Fire Research

(301) 975-6862



CFRBBS is a public access computer bulletin board sponsored by: the Center for

Fire Research, National Bureau of Standards, US Department of Commerce, in

Gaithersburg, MD 20899. It features computer programs developed by the Center

of Fire Research. Contents of the board include: fire simulation programs,

information on FIREDOC (the Center for Fire Research bibliographic search

system; FIREDOC users guide; and FIREDOC compatible communications package),

information on upcoming activities at the Center for Fire Research, and a

listing of the most recent year's reports from the center. There is no

connect fee for using the board; however the user pays for the phone call.

For more information contact Doug Walton, System Operator, at (301) 975-6872.



Public Health Foundation's Public Health Network (PHN) users have full access

to all GTE Medical Information Network (MINET) services, and can communicate

directly with users in PHN and other divisions of MINET. Access to Surgeon

General, NLM/NIH, CDC, and American Medical Association information services

(e.g., Disease Information, Drug Information, Medical Procedure Coding,

Socioeconomic Bibliography, Expert Medical Physician Information Retrieval and

Education Service, Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Continuing Medical

Education, and AP Medical News Service) are available ranging in price from

$21 to $39 an hour of connect time.


Subscription fee, payable on a one-time basis is $500.00, each additional user

is registered at $25.00, and a User's Guide costs $15.00. Connect time rates

range from $14 an hour peak to $7 an hour off-peak, character transmission

charges are $.05 per 1,000 characters.


For detailed information on PHN or MINET contact:

The Public Health Foundation

1220 L Street, N.W.

Suite 350

Washington, D.C. 20005

(202) 898-5600




Information Consultants, Inc.'s Chemical Information System (ICIS) and

Chemical Information System, Inc.'s (Fein Marquart Associates) System (CIS)

are two competing companies which offer approximately 35 databases each, some

similar, others different. Databases available for searching include, for

example: Oil and Hazardous Materials Technical Assistance Data System

(OHMTADS) with emphasis on environmental and safety data for spills response;

Chemical Evaluation Search and Retrieval (CEASARS) gives very detailed,

evaluated profiles with physical/chemical, toxicological and environmental

information; NIOSH Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances (RTECS)

with acute toxdata, TLV's, standards, aquatic tox, regulatory information, and

NTP test status; Chemical Carcinogensis Research Information System (CCRIS)

giving results of carcinogenicity, mutagenicity, tumor promotion and

carcinogenicity tests under National Cancer Institute contract; GENETOX with

genetic assay studies; AQUIRE with aquatic toxicity information; DERMAL with

dermal toxicity information.


Subscriber ($300 per year and $25-85 per hour of connect time) and non-

subscriber ($50-115 per hour connect time) options exist.


For detailed information contact:

CIS, Inc. or Information Consultants, Inc.

Fein Marquart Associates 1133 15th St., N.W.

7215 York Road Washington, D.C. 20005

Baltimore, MD 21212 (202) 822-5200

(800) 247-8737




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You may ask "Now why would I want to know some obsolete, unused, utterly

useless, toll free numbers" Well, what you use this information for is up

to you, and if you want to use it for some thing like... well, like, forcing

that line to be busy for 2 straight days thus causing the company to lose money,

is completely up to you.



Playgirl Advisor (800) 854-2878 (except CA)

T.V. Guide (800) 523-7933 (except PA)

Ladie's Home Journal (800) 327-8351 (except FA)

Sports Illustrated (800) 621-8200 (except IL)

Book Digest Magazine (800) 228-9700 (except Nebraska)

Money (800) 621-8200 (except IL)

Mail Order


(bowling equip.) (800) 323-1812 (except IL)

Edd the Florist, Inc. (800) 247-1075 (except IA)

Golf Mail Order Co. (800) 327-1760 (except FA)

Inflate-a-bed (800) 835-2246 (except KS)

International Male (800) 854-2795 (except CA)

Porta Yoga (c.c. orders)(800) 327-8912 (except FA)

Unique Products Co. (800) 228-2049 (except Nebraska)

Ski Resorts

=-=-=-=-=-=HN) Concord (800) 431-2217 (only New England States)

Mt. Snow (800) 451-4211 (Eas orrn Seabord)

Ski Us at Franconia (800) 258-0366 (Eastern Seabord)

Stevensville (800) 431-2211 (New England States)



Dann-Dee (800) 621-3904 (except IL)

Car Rentals


A-Aaron, Inc. (800) 327-7513 (except FA)

Airlines Rent-A/Car (800) 228-9650 (FA only)

Dollar-A-Day (800) 421-6868 (except FA)

Hertz (800) 261-1311 (Canada only)

Sears Rent-A-Car (800) 228-2800 (except Nebraska)

Thrifty Rent-A-Car (800) 331-4200 (except Oklahoma)



Globe Gazette (800) 392-6622 (IA only)

Oil Daily (800) 223-6635 (except NY)

Christian Science Motor (800) 225-7090 (except MS)

Wall Street Journal (800) 257-0300 (except NJ)

The National Observer (800) 325-5990 (except MO)

Have fun.



-= Exodus =-