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  1. #21  
    Quote Originally Posted by 02589 View Post
    Makes me want to kill a kitten.

    Train horns don't sound for phones on the track. Nor would a phone transmit a crackling sound as the train ran over it.

    I guess it makes a good story if you're bored.
    noooo
    if kittens are dreams, than you sir have just obliterated fluffy.

    why do you have to go and destroy my fantasy.


    if you have any santa related info, please, keep it to yourself, snowball is precious to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by palmdoc2005 View Post
    I'm sure there's an app for that
    lmao
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    #23  
    Quote Originally Posted by windzilla View Post
    noooo
    if kittens are dreams, than you sir have just obliterated fluffy.

    why do you have to go and destroy my fantasy.


    if you have any santa related info, please, keep it to yourself, snowball is precious to me.
    Sorry, it's those "Thanks *****s" that destroy my fantasy. The topic starter tried to relate Thanks to kittens. If those egotistical souls who beg for "Thanks" would look, they would note that the most helpful people don't ask for "Thanks".

    If you find my note amusing, thank yourself.
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    #24  
    Quote Originally Posted by 02589 View Post
    Makes me want to kill a kitten.

    Train horns don't sound for phones on the track. Nor would a phone transmit a crackling sound as the train ran over it.

    I guess it makes a good story if you're bored.
    this. No transmission as its being destroyed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 02589 View Post
    Makes me want to kill a kitten.

    Train horns don't sound for phones on the track. Nor would a phone transmit a crackling sound as the train ran over it.

    I guess it makes a good story if you're bored.
    No, the train horn wouldn't sound for a phone sitting on the rail. It would sound if the person placing the phone on the rail was standing too close to the tracks, or if the phone was placed on the rail near a road crossing where the train has to sound it's horn as it approaches the crossing.
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    #26  
    Quote Originally Posted by dwhall View Post
    you all seem to know quite a bit about how a phone being run over by a train sounds like from the other end :| maybe this is something for myth busters....

    lmfao
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    Quote Originally Posted by palmdoc2005 View Post
    I'm sure there's an app for that
    I heard that it hasn't cleared the approval process yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StarDestroyer View Post
    I heard that it hasn't cleared the approval process yet.
    I heard it was rejected
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    #29  
    Quote Originally Posted by ION-q View Post
    this. No transmission as its being destroyed.
    Wrong, it will transmit up until it is incapable of transmitting, which means that it may take a second or two during the time the train wheel is rolling onto it. Plenty of time to hear a crackling sound (either by parts being crunched or by momentary intermittent loss of signal) before disconnect.
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    Was trying to think of something funny to say....

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    Actually, wouldn't the iPhone be able to stop a speeding locomotive ? ? ? ? ?

    D
  12. #32  
    This is the best customer service story ever. Listen to the audio of the call.

    http://verizonmath.blogspot.com/2007...-customer.html
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