Tonight I’m in the San Francisco East Bay at a home that not only has Comcast subscription television, but a cordless landline. Over the course of the real estate mobbing that has victimized me in my northeast Seattle home, I’ve abandoned a cordless phone for a cell phone and Comcast for Century Link, and then for over-the-air television. But in the East Bay, I stay in the home of an elderly relative whose hearing has changed and become much less sensitive. In this house, I lack control over the services that are in use and over the volume at which they are used.
As I’ve noted before, the mobbers freely mob me over the television here, despite the presence of my relative. And I suspect that in the same way the mobbers pretended that a “party line” suddenly existed at my Seattle home when the voices of the south mobbing house owner and his then-franchise family girlfriend turned up on my phone line whenever I made a call, they “phreak” the cordless phone in this house, perhaps forwarding robocalls in a ploy to activate the speaker on the cordless phone base station, and then using the open channel to mob from inside the victim home.