Question of the Day

Yesterday's Question of the Day asked … This singer-turned-voice actor is the one that everyone in America became accustomed to hearing when dialing a number that was disconnected, changed, or no longer in service. What was her name? The owner of that ubiquitous voice would be Jane Barbe, who died in 2003.

And, yes, he's done it again: congrats to M. Edward Borasky for answering first! Congrats, also, to the following people for also getting it right: Ken Walker of the Tampa Bay Times, Hiram Reisner, and Rachel Roh!

And here's today's question: "Just the facts, ma'am, no more" is a phrase that could well be the mantra of any journalist, but was first attributed to the Dragnet character Joe Friday. He never actually said that line, though -- it came from a 1953 parody of Dragnet, called what?

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