Cell Phone Cancer

I’ve got this weird growth on the side of my head.
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Just imagine carrying around a smartphone that can double as a portable vr gaming gadget that syncs with a headset and remote
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25 Responses to Cell Phone Cancer

  1. pagani8 says:

    this is so funny

  2. CrowdPleeza says:

    To be on the safe side just use your speakerphone feature more often. I also leave my phone off while in my pocket and check my voicemail from time to time.

  3. rhett7777gg says:

    I refuse to own a cell phone because of cancer. Many retired police officers acquired prostate cancer from having radar guns in their laps. The industry will insist that they are safe, because they want your money. YOU MAKE YOUR OWN CHOICE!!! Maybe this is Gods way of ending civilization????

  4. clockwise116 says:

    (Insert witty charming comment here.)

  5. LMAOSHIFDTSADMT says:

    @brendonbatkin
    lolwut????

  6. gcbragg says:

    ‘Nothing says “fashion” like having a small black slug hanging from your right ear.’

  7. pimppappi702 says:

    hahah u dumb

  8. SmartAndSafe says:

    Smart&Safe headphone conduct the sound from cell phone conversations and music through a hollow tube filled with air, without metal wires. This is scientifically proven to reduce the electromagnetic radiation reaching the user’s sensitive ear and brain area by up to 98%. These headphones are ultra stylish and are available at .expressbuy123.

  9. effyoutwob says:

    I never knew brain cancer was such a funny topic. Oh ho-ho, my child has brain cancer, yes how amusing. To answer the ‘dont know’ question, the manufactured controversy is about whether or not non-thermal (not heating) amounts of microwave radiation can harm living tissue. The short answer is yes, most definitely, there are thousands of studies showing it. The controversy? Like tobacco, money and power of the telcos can go a long way to covering up key data amongst a heap of negative studies.

  10. effyoutwob says:

    @derfy26 The phone intermittently gives off strong radiation to communicate its position / status to the cell phone towers. If you receive anything else onto your phone, be it a SMS or internet, mail, etc., then you will be getting exposed to the radiation. The radiation from such things can be the same or worse than conversations. If you have a glitch in your software config, virus etc. on a smartphone then the phone can be constantly talking to the tower, and radiating you.

  11. SmartAndSafe says:

    Smart&Safe headphone conduct the sound from cell phone conversations and music through a hollow tube filled with air, without metal wires. This is scientifically proven to reduce the electromagnetic radiation reaching the user’s sensitive ear and brain area by up to 98%. These headphones are ultra stylish and are available at .expressbuy123.

  12. SmartAndSafe says:

    Smart&Safe headphone conduct the sound from cell phone conversations and music through a hollow tube filled with air, without metal wires. This is scientifically proven to reduce the electromagnetic radiation reaching the user’s sensitive ear and brain area by up to 98%. These headphones are ultra stylish and are available at .expressbuy123.

  13. pausemental says:

    HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAH..I GOT THIS WEIRD GROWTH ON THE SIDE OF MY HEAD … OH ITS CALLED CANCER!

  14. totallycellphones says:

    Totallycellphones LOVES this video. We now offer radition free headsets.

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  16. omns6667 says:

    2:16 ,That is all

  17. afg96 says:

    @WhatYouOughtToKnow Thanks

  18. derfy26 says:

    What about when the cell phone is idle, and you’re not receiving a call? For example if it’s in your pocket. Is there still radiation there? Is it much less radiation or the same amount?

  19. TheBreakbattle says:

    Everything causes cancer! now live with it!

  20. musicalidea says:

    @kalevication I fully dispute your disputation. Youtube the Senate hearing committee: “Cell Phones and Brain Cancer – The Interphone Study”. There is no debate. All the serious studies show that long-term & frequent use is directly correlated w much higher brain & other face cancer rates. Both the mechanistic studies, examining DNA damage bc of radiation (of exactly similar magnitudes as are released by cell phones) & the epidemiological studies confirm the Cancer correlation. You’re just wrong.

  21. musicalidea says:

    This guy’s really cute, which helps the message sink in :)

  22. xXavier99x says:

    Tap 1 On Your Keyboard Every Other Second “CRACKBERRY!!!“

  23. monocledsardine says:

    @lqdust Psh. Cell phone use hasn’t even been around for 50 years yet, and even if they had been, they didn’t become commonly used until the 90s. We’re going to have to sit this one out a bit before we can find conclusive results

  24. headlessSpleen says:

    So is it a bad thing that I sleep with my phone next to me at night?

  25. kalevication says:

    There are all kinds of indirect effects of cell phones that people don’t come to think about. Mobile communication changes culture and social patterns, and certainly the concepts of work and leisure time. These are non-organic effects and therefore more difficult to observe. Here in Finland the cell phone is necessary for daily survival and has changed society into a much busier place. Many people even take medication because they can’t handle the pressure of being on an electronic leash 24/7.

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