Download the song here: http://media.zug.com/RIAA_Phone_Call.mp3
# Share it. If you use a file-sharing program like Grokster or Morpheus, download this song into your shared folder, keeping the filename intact. (It shares better if everyone uses the same filename.) Fire up KaZaA, endure the 40,000 popup ads, and enjoy.
# E-mail it. Send a copy of the song to three people you know and love. Or Ben Schumin. Whichever's easier.
# Send it to a rock station. E-mail the song to your favorite local rock station. You can find their address via their cheesy website, which undoubtedly has lots of blinky graphics, and a picture of the wacky morning DJ wearing a Speedo containing a rolled-up tube sock.
# Send it to a college station. College students should e-mail the song to your college station, which will get the song out to tens and tens of people, sometimes reaching all the way to a neighboring building.
# Spread it. Lobby your local karaoke bar to add the song to their collection.
# Perform it. Organize an elementary school play in which the children all rap the song in unison. Invite the parents.
# Hum it. Buy a kazoo. Go into a public toilet and hum the song incessantly on your kazoo until you have the commodes all to yourself.
# Sing it. If you have access to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, arrange a choral version of the song, and perform it during an upcoming Sunday service. Serve refreshments.