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    Article: Report: Cell phone use could reduce SPERM COUNT.

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    Since when have animals used cell phones for communication?? This has been around for a while, probably more believable than the brain tumors. but I am still watching out for dogs, cats, rats carrying I-Phones!

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    Where do they carry them? The animals that is.....

    Well, belt clip sales outta go up.

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    ^^^must be an Australian involved in this report. Y'know, kangaroos, marsupials, pocket, pouch...

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    I haven't noticed any lost volume...






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    Quote Originally Posted by Capdot View Post
    I haven't noticed any lost volume...





    Wow man.......

    Just wow.

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    I bet there's an app to avoid any of this shenanigan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raton View Post
    I bet there's an app to avoid any of this shenanigan.
    ACTUALLY...there was, until Apple got pissed off and removed it.
    (http://techchunks.com/technology/rej...reakers-video/)

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    Going back to my Otter Box or shirt pocket.....

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    I read another article a while back that said that was actually the worst place to keep a phone -- shirt pocket. It said that the damage that will cause to your heart is only second to having the phone under your pillow. Not sure how true or trusted these are/were, but both of those statements make sense to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delfim View Post
    ^^^must be an Australian involved in this report. Y'know, kangaroos, marsupials, pocket, pouch...
    Or maybe American opossums. They would be logical candidates. They must be ending up as roadkill, since they are too busy texting when they cross the street to notice the traffic.
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    I have said this for a long time. My chemistry teacher decades back told me the story of his dads friend that used to work for Shell Oil taking x-rays of the containers by placing a radioactive block on one side of the container and the plate on the other, the x-ray would show a crack if there was one. The guy died of cancer due to radiation poisoning. Turns out at the end of the night the guy used to place the block in his top pocket and then cycle home.

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