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#15 - PedobearLurks
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(01/13/2013) [-]
I agree.
Now, moisturize me.
#145 to #15 - renamon
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#147 to #145 - ningazz
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(01/14/2013) [-]
Cassandra from Doctor Who.
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#134 to #15 - kevman
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She scares me
She scares me
#16 - erawrozar
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(01/13/2013) [-]
How I take of my Macbook
#128 to #16 - Zingage
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(01/14/2013) [-]
looks like it's got a crack on it...
#103 to #16 - marinepenguin
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(01/14/2013) [-]
Does that guy shave his ass?
#111 - hokeymon
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I think they purposely make everything fragile now so that it may only last about 5 years or less so we could buy another one.
I think they purposely make everything fragile now so that it may only last about 5 years or less so we could buy another one.
#113 to #111 - anon
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(01/14/2013) [-]
They do, especially with appliances
#142 to #111 - cometfire
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(01/14/2013) [-]
Exactly. Which is why I learned a few tricks to keep them on the ropes. Like taking full advantage of "free warranties" and getting a replacement every time even the slightest thing goes wrong until I get one that works perfectly. During the process, figure out the weak points of the product. What keeps causing the trouble? Why? How can you stop it?   
   
Once the warranty runs out, self patch any of their purposely faulty fail points, and you just costed them way more money for being cheap and trying to screw you.   
   
Revenge taste so good.
Exactly. Which is why I learned a few tricks to keep them on the ropes. Like taking full advantage of "free warranties" and getting a replacement every time even the slightest thing goes wrong until I get one that works perfectly. During the process, figure out the weak points of the product. What keeps causing the trouble? Why? How can you stop it?

Once the warranty runs out, self patch any of their purposely faulty fail points, and you just costed them way more money for being cheap and trying to screw you.

Revenge taste so good.
#80 - kievbutcher
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(01/14/2013) [-]
noobs
#127 to #80 - anon
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nokias can break very easily
#99 to #80 - cameforalaugh
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#55 - Jameshaich
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You mugs do realise that any smartphone in this day and age, will also have a shock resistant cover somewhere.
I have a case for my Nokia Lumia, my friend has a really good cover for his iphone, whenever he drops it, it bounces slightly and doesn't damage it at all.
You sound like ******* hipsters
"yeah iphone break man must be overpriced **** man"
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#66 to #55 - Heaney
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(01/14/2013) [-]
I too have a Nokia Lumia. (820) :D
I too have a Nokia Lumia. (820) :D
#70 to #55 - Dwarf
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**Dwarf rolled a random image posted in comment #35715 at Friendly ** I assumed I could take good care of it. MFW I was wrong.
#73 to #70 - Jameshaich
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You can take care of it.
But if you're a clumsy ****** like everyone who dislikes "Modern phones" due to their lack of duribility, you can get a cover
#146 to #55 - renamon
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(01/14/2013) [-]
*****, you a mug
#101 to #55 - bitchpleaseshutup
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Did he just call us mugs?   
   
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Did he just call us mugs?

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#22 - puccypirateisback **User deleted account**
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that's why if you get any smartphone, you get a nokia.
#30 to #22 - AlanbalMIT
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(01/13/2013) [-]
yep
#76 to #30 - Heaney
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(01/14/2013) [-]
Hi there.
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#110 to #22 - mckaylamaroney
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let me write that joke down people wll love it some day and i want to say i saw the guy that said it first
#85 - bigbeaufort
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(01/14/2013) [-]
If they were built to last... wouldn't people still be buying them?
#159 to #85 - masterfuck
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Apple (and other companies, but Apple is by far the worst) builds their phones to NOT last. Not because it can't be good looking and be durable, but because they want you to buy a new one, preferably a "better" model. It's called planned obsolescence. Read up phaggut.
#90 to #85 - Keoul
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I think you mean
"If they were built to last... wouldn't people still be using them?"
And yes, yes they do, lot's of old people.
We can't exactly buy what they don't produce now can we?
#144 to #90 - WoIverine
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You can't use those anymore because they run on analog signals, while the current ones use digital.
#152 - grimmwaters
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(01/14/2013) [-]
They don't call me Sleeping Beauty for nuthin'.
#116 - bluelight
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#1 - theoriginalzombie
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(01/13/2013) [-]
Yeah and built to give cancer...
#2 to #1 - anon
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Implying regular phones don't work with electromagnetic waves.

Children these days /facepalm
#3 to #2 - anon
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Implying playing in an atomic bomb crater is the same thing as smelting due to similar concepts of ionizing radiation.


Neckbeards these days
#5 to #2 - theoriginalzombie
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I'm a child? Listen you old fart, if you've seen one of those things in person you'd know that you could fit 20 iphones in the space of that thing. The volume of radiofrequency energy given off for a single call would be ten times that given off by any modern phone today. Yeah, modern cellphones give off a miniscule amount of the same energy but I'd rather take my chances with a small dose then being blasted with it
#9 to #5 - skaife
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Surely then your microwave would fry you if you went near it if size and energy consumption are a measure of deadliness
#21 to #9 - anon
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all microwave ovens are lethal if you're exposed to the electromagnetic radiation... theres no debate about that.
#23 to #21 - skaife
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I meant just being in proximity. The purpose of a phone is just to send a signal, not cook the inside of your head, and I am the background radiation of everyday life is FAR greater than that of a phone.
#12 to #9 - freddyb
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Do you even lift?
#11 to #1 - anon
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You'd have to be one your cellphone 24 hours a day, everyday, for 70 years to have even a slight problem.
#6 to #1 - spacestalin
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(01/13/2013) [-]
there has never been a correlation between cell phones and cancer
that's all just a myth
www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/Risk/cellphones
"(...) To date there is no evidence from studies of cells, animals, or humans that radiofrequency energy can cause cancer.

It is generally accepted that damage to DNA is necessary for cancer to develop. However, radiofrequency energy, unlike ionizing radiation, does not cause DNA damage in cells..."
#10 to #6 - blargchikahonkhonk
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To cause mutations you need to change the base pairs in a strand of dna. Their have in fact been studies looking at whether it is possible for radio waves to even affect something at that level due to the their lower frequency. If those studies are right they will destroy any case for mobile phones and cancer
#160 - chucknorrisTHEGAME
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I have an iPhone, I have a Mac. I got the Mac as a gift, and I appreciate it very, very much. True, there are some things that a Windows can do better than my Mac, and true, software costs me more than it would if I had a PC. For what I use it for: internet browsing; research; writing; recording, editing and listening to music; and editing video, it suits me very well. It runs fine and I like a lot of the programs it comes with and the programs you can get for it, it's a more artist-based machine.
The iPhone I bought for myself. I'd had one previously (also a gift) and enjoyed it. I did a lot of research into phones and what I wanted, and I like the iPhone best. No, I can't make it do everything, but I don't need to. It's very compatible with my computer. It was the same price as other phones, and with a store's sale, even cheaper. I've never had a problem with it. I threw a case on it right when I bought it and it doesn't break when I drop it.
I recognize my limitations, I don't act smug about my phone/computer, because I shouldn't. I don't really get why apple users get so much hate, though. (I do, however, think apple's kind of a dickish company now, and don't like them as much as I used to)
#174 to #160 - makethingsworse
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Processing...
Processing...
#175 to #160 - kookiefrankus
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Kids that aren't artists of any kind and just use it to search web...
$4000 mac.
$500 anything else.
My kids are being brainwashed to making me buy an expensive paper weight. That's why there is so much hate.
Thumb me down if you've been brainwashed too
#179 to #175 - hylebus
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(01/14/2013) [-]
Because buying something you like is automatically being brainwashed.
#181 to #179 - ludislavonac
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Buying something overpriced you clearly don't need (where also a way cheaper and more functional alternative exists), yes I'd say you're brainwashed if you do that
#183 to #181 - hylebus
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So you want to say, when I'm rich enough, I can't buy Lamborghini which I really want, because there are way cheaper cars, which will do same thing for me?
#188 to #183 - kookiefrankus
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I really would not give a **** what you buy if your rich as ****. Hell, my opinion or anyone elses wouldn't make a difference. My fight with Apple is with if you don't have an iProduct in highschool your apparently uncool or poor. Or so says my kids tell me.
#192 to #188 - hylebus
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But that's not Apple's fault, that's fault of their fanboys. Which are common everywhere (Android fanboys are same ********* and I know that because I own high-end Android device), just the Apple fanboys are usually most loud.
#199 to #192 - kookiefrankus
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I own a Windows phone but I don't tell people unless they ask. Only reason I prefer them is because I've found no problems other than ringtones (there is a work around). Also all on my devices are windows so why the frig not aye lol
#185 to #183 - ludislavonac
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I never said you CAN'T buy something, sure you can buy it, go ahead if you have the cash. But do you need it? If you need a powerful car, a BMW M5 will do the trick, and it's way cheaper than a Lambourghini. Though if you're that rich that you can buy a Lambourghini you probably wouldn't give a **** how you spend your money. However 99% of people aren't that rich, and we are talking from the perspective of a middle class person with average income.
#186 to #185 - hylebus
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It's not your money they're spending.
Also, functionality isn't everything. Would you buy really ******* ugly car, but it could do anything you need, or would you buy much nicer looking car without few extra functions?
#187 to #186 - kookiefrankus
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So a Toyota Yaris? Ugly as **** but functional lol
#193 to #187 - ludislavonac
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I think it doesn't look that bad
#200 to #193 - kookiefrankus
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I think it's just the 2 door variation of the car I don't like, hate rice bubble cars. They crash and all you hear is snap, crackle and pop.
#182 to #175 - funkyrednipples ONLINE
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Ask and you shall receive.
Ask and you shall receive.
#180 to #160 - funkyrednipples ONLINE
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"I have an iPhone, I have a Mac."    
Stopped reading.
"I have an iPhone, I have a Mac."
Stopped reading.
#171 to #160 - ludislavonac
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(01/14/2013) [-]
Dude you can't just say that you like apple on funnyjunk. I use a HTC, now give me thumbs
#53 - pineapplepeople
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(01/14/2013) [-]
I need a username for LoL. Dubs can name me. Will post proof. (I will refuse excessively horrible names)
#72 to #53 - anon
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#84 to #53 - cochlearimplant
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#196 to #53 - anon
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you never delivered,faggot
#198 to #196 - pineapplepeople
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I grew tired of waiting after an hour and made one up. I accept my role as faggot.
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#59 to #53 - magila
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#161 - piinkamena
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#173 to #161 - makethingsworse
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Someone should play that backwards...
#94 - welcometoatl
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anybody know how to jailbreak an Iphone 4 with a 6.0.1 firmware
#95 to #94 - Marker
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By selling it and getting an Android.
#42 - zonedguru
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......'Murricans
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#34 - fuckinfuckinfuck
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Or you can just get a Nokia Lumia 920. Not only is it awesome because it's a Windows Phone, but it's a Nokia, so the screen is practically invincible. Well, I guess most phones' screens are pretty tough. It just seems as though Apple's are made of glass.
#43 to #34 - dethmaul
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The real Nokias are hardcore. How can a smartphone version be? Smartphones cannot be un-delicate.
#57 to #43 - fpsnoob
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It's called gorilla glass
#197 to #57 - dethmaul
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Huh, never heard of it. I do suppose they can make a super-dense version of regular glass. But glass, by definition, is delicate in at least one direction. Just like Kevlar plates. Can stop a bullet, but chip helplessly if you drop the plate on it's corner.
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#194 to #98 - fpsnoob
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I don't know about iphone 5, but I know all the previous ones didn't have it
#49 to #34 - suikerpapa
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it's ugly as **** though
#115 to #49 - fuckinfuckinfuck
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I think it's beautiful.
#93 to #34 - ethicaodini
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>implying having windows mobile is a good thing..
#114 to #93 - fuckinfuckinfuck
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You sir, are implying correctly.
#120 to #114 - ethicaodini
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Didn't people had enough with the Vista fiasco? Why would you use Windows Mobile when you have a Linux-based free OS?
#105 to #34 - chezburgadominator
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I don't have the phone plan to get that phone...and I don't want to have to switch from T-Mobile..

I'm so pissed, I wanted that phone pretty badly...I saw a video of some lady doing a review, and she was hammering a nail on the screen(lightly) and not a scratch was made..
#106 to #34 - mattmanhemi
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i saw a drop test where they hit it with a 2X4 across a parking lost and it didnt even scratch www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3c8il_Q6SU&feature=youtu.be
#37 to #34 - Spikeydeath
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after windows phone 7 i refuse to get a windows phone
#4 - malhaloc
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I have an iPhone 4 and have dropped it many times. Not a crack.
#7 to #4 - anon
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I dropped my nokia 3310 once.


Once.
#24 to #7 - tehphire
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(01/13/2013) [-]
Well, now we know where the earthquake in Haiti comes from
#39 to #4 - anon
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This doesn't mean ****. They crack all the time. Iphones, Samsungs, they all do. You've just gotten lucky.
#151 - TrevorNorris ONLINE
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Okay, this is my view on cell phones. I have had 4-5 cellphones, never once have I broken one, I believe it is because I have always had to pay for the phones I've gotten. I just recently bought an iPhone (inb4 "APPLE FAG", I wanted the Droid 4, but it was to expensive.) and a few friends of mine got iPhones for christmas, and 3 of them have already broken them and gotten new ones. The thing about youth today is they don't understand what it's like to actually pay for something so they don't understand how precious money actually is. There is my view on it FunnyJunk.
#158 to #151 - RandomAnonGuy
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Every watch I ever got for Christmas I lost in like a month or two. I have never lost a watch that I paid for myself.
#170 to #158 - TrevorNorris ONLINE
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Its just that sense of "I paid for this, if it's broken or lost, I have lost profit.", same sense of when one has kids of their own....if you think about it.
#47 - fuckingniggerjew
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(01/14/2013) [-]
last thing that is beutifull is and iphone its just square box with screen
#31 - darthjangopwnz
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(01/13/2013) [-]
Am I the only one who thinks Iphones are the women of phones...
#38 to #31 - Spikeydeath
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cause everyone has one but the smart people dont?