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  1. #1
    [email protected]_eeeeeemail_.com
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    I was trying to install a new ringtone in my cellphone. Suddenly my
    hand slipped and the ringtone became embedded in my leg. The blood
    began to pour out of the wound, and I became unconscious. Fortunately
    my boss walked into my office just then, and saw me laying on the
    floor and called 911. The doctors said that a few more minutes and I
    would have bleed to death. I wont be using anymore ringtones. They
    are far too dangerous.




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  2. #2
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    Re: Serious Ringtone Injury

    On Tue, 22 Aug 2006 06:34:10 -0500, [email protected]_eeeeeemail_.com wrote:

    >I was trying to install a new ringtone in my cellphone. Suddenly my
    >hand slipped and the ringtone became embedded in my leg. The blood
    >began to pour out of the wound, and I became unconscious. Fortunately
    >my boss walked into my office just then, and saw me laying on the
    >floor and called 911. The doctors said that a few more minutes and I
    >would have bleed to death. I wont be using anymore ringtones. They
    >are far too dangerous.


    I agree, and what's worse are the cellphones themselves. I got
    stabbed in the chest by the antenna on my phone, and it almost
    punctured my heart. The doctor said it missed my heart by a fraction
    of an inch. I would have bled to death. I got rid of my cellphone
    after that.




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    Re: Serious Ringtone Injury

    On Fri, 25 Aug 2006 06:32:55 -0500, [email protected]____.com wrote:

    >On Tue, 22 Aug 2006 06:34:10 -0500, [email protected]_eeeeeemail_.com wrote:
    >
    >>I was trying to install a new ringtone in my cellphone. Suddenly my
    >>hand slipped and the ringtone became embedded in my leg. The blood
    >>began to pour out of the wound, and I became unconscious. Fortunately
    >>my boss walked into my office just then, and saw me laying on the
    >>floor and called 911. The doctors said that a few more minutes and I
    >>would have bleed to death. I wont be using anymore ringtones. They
    >>are far too dangerous.

    >
    >I agree, and what's worse are the cellphones themselves. I got
    >stabbed in the chest by the antenna on my phone, and it almost
    >punctured my heart. The doctor said it missed my heart by a fraction
    >of an inch. I would have bled to death. I got rid of my cellphone
    >after that.


    I'd contact OSHA and file a complaint. With any luck they will ban
    all cellphones and ringtones.




  4. #4

    Re: Serious Ringtone Injury


    [email protected] wrote:
    > On Fri, 25 Aug 2006 06:32:55 -0500, [email protected]____.com wrote:
    >
    > >On Tue, 22 Aug 2006 06:34:10 -0500, [email protected]_eeeeeemail_.com wrote:
    > >
    > >>I was trying to install a new ringtone in my cellphone. Suddenly my
    > >>hand slipped and the ringtone became embedded in my leg. The blood
    > >>began to pour out of the wound, and I became unconscious. Fortunately
    > >>my boss walked into my office just then, and saw me laying on the
    > >>floor and called 911. The doctors said that a few more minutes and I
    > >>would have bleed to death. I wont be using anymore ringtones. They
    > >>are far too dangerous.

    > >
    > >I agree, and what's worse are the cellphones themselves. I got
    > >stabbed in the chest by the antenna on my phone, and it almost
    > >punctured my heart. The doctor said it missed my heart by a fraction
    > >of an inch. I would have bled to death. I got rid of my cellphone
    > >after that.

    >
    > I'd contact OSHA and file a complaint. With any luck they will ban
    > all cellphones and ringtones.


    Dont laugh the feds love ANYTHING that regulates...........

    It helps them justify their jobs




  5. #5
    The Etobian
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    Re: Serious Ringtone Injury

    On 26 Aug 2006 05:38:54 -0700, "[email protected]" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >> I'd contact OSHA and file a complaint. With any luck they will ban
    >> all cellphones and ringtones.

    >
    >Dont laugh the feds love ANYTHING that regulates...........
    >
    >It helps them justify their jobs


    Unfortunately, so do companies. Verizon and South Bell's intentions
    to impose a new surcharge to replace the one they lobbied the
    government to get rid off practically scream out, "REGULATE ME!"



  6. #6
    Eric in North TX
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    Re: Serious Ringtone Injury


    Ringtones: as if cellphones weren't annoying enough already!!




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