I thought you'd just helped me solve a mystery! Has anyone read Jonathan Safran Foer's 'Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close'? It's an interesting book for a whole lot of reasons, and very moving indeed. There's a couple of pages - 269-271 - that are typed out on a telephone keypad by a character who can't speak. The pages just consist of numbers, and it's really hard to work out phrases by just holding up a telephone and trying to make sense of them... I thought this site might have worked, but it can only do 12 characters at a time, and it's not making any sense of the first 12 from page 269... I've googled, and others have also tried to work out the meaning of these pages, but I haven't (so far) found a full translation - anybody have any other ideas?