Here’s the beginning of an article taken from myfoxdfw.com  Shocking on so many levels:

  • It’s difficult to get past the sentence structure of the first paragraph. Who wrote this?
  • The young girl’s quote is mind-blowing
  • Later in the article: “We have a reasonable expectation that the products we buy are going to be safe,” said Thomas.
  • Later in the article: Tolfree and her dad, though, didn’t read that warning. “If anything, they should put a big warning on it, like a cigarette label, if that’s the case,” said Thomas.
  • And finally: In the meantime, the phone, the bedding, the mattress and pillow will all be replaced by Samsung.

Ahhh … all is well. Here you go:

“A 13-year-old North Texas girl was awoken in the night by a smoldering cell phone on the other side of her pillow, but the cell phone manufacturer says she did something they warn users about.”

“Ariel Tolfree loves using her Samsung Galaxy S4.”

“It’s really like, nice and pretty,” said Tolfree. “It’s high tech.”

TO READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE:

http://www.myfoxdfw.com/story/26109226/on-your-side-samsung-cell-phone-fire

 

One thought on “Burning Cell Phone – Burning Brains

  1. Where is the FCC at regarding telephones that melt or potentially ignite? Nowhere to be found. Hmmmm… How about “smart meters” that burn down people’s homes and businesses? No comment. How about electromagnetic infrastructure that destroys entire ecosystems? Erm… What was the question?

    Samsung should be sued into the ground for allowing this design to leave the factory floor. There are a huge number of users stupid enough to sleep with these devices under their pillows, and the manufactures know it.

    When electronics engineers are so mentally incompetent that they allow this kind of techno-trash to be built, it’s time to quit supporting their idiocy with more idiocy. Quit buying this techno-trash and paying for cellular phone “service”.

    Every cell phone subscription aids and abets the corporate/criminal factions behind these human extermination programs. That’s what cellular phone networks are folks: Extermination devices.

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