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Chinese Phones are Dangerous (2 pics)

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  • 24 Feb, 2011  |
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A Chinese phone exploded in his owner's hand. The guy says he answered the phone when it was charging and it just exploded.

1 Chinese Phones are Dangerous (2 pics)


2 Chinese Phones are Dangerous (2 pics)


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№1 Author: jeanpasqualin (24 Feb 2011 02:54) Total user comments: 637


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№2 Author: astroboy3000 (24 Feb 2011 03:58) Total user comments: 2543


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STOP. BUYING. CHINESE. GOODS. poison in the food, lead in the toys, explosives in the electronics, open bragging about their efforts to cripple the dollar and launching a missile in American waters.
STOP. BUYING. CHINESE. SHIT.
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№3 Author: randomguy1022 (24 Feb 2011 04:14) Total user comments: 2


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astroboy3000, you say don't buy Chinese goods. Then, please return the computer you are using to put these comments on acidcow.
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№4 Author: Saint Barbie (24 Feb 2011 04:26) Total user comments: 390


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Yeah, Astroboy...go ahead and take a walk around your house and box up everything you can find that was made in china....what an empty, entertainment free space you will have.
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№5 Author: GhostChronos (24 Feb 2011 05:00) Total user comments: 2100


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Hate chinese stuff(because how they are made), but they're everywhere, its impossible to avoid ...
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№6 Author: Nguyenazn (24 Feb 2011 05:13) Total user comments: 1144


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There are alot of bad stuff that chinese ppl do man, but some are actually good. But most of them are tacky and lack of safety though.
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№7 Author: miscellaneous (24 Feb 2011 05:48) Total user comments: 4179


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My dad married a women from China recently and then inexplicable retired early and MOVED to China w/out so much as an explanation. My entire family is very concerned.
And no I'm not joking. We think she brain washed him.
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№8 Author: astroboy3000 (24 Feb 2011 05:56) Total user comments: 2543


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i don't buy anything foreign made unless it's used, that at least somewhat keeps the money in my community. we get the majority of our food from farmers market, local ranches and farms and the rest of our grocery shopping from a local co-op owned grocery store. it's fairly easy to buy American as long as you are willing to spend a small amount more and aren't addicted to shopping and buying junk.

oh, and i despise the chinese.
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№9 Author: Krüzεr ΦΘΩδ∞ (24 Feb 2011 06:03) Total user comments: 62


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Bah, buy from America and a little from europe if you need to. at least they make quality stuff

@chinese goods: 27
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№10 Author: jajael (24 Feb 2011 07:19) Total user comments: 166


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I received that in a e-mail years ago... probably it's a one case thing...
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№11 Author: StaticX (24 Feb 2011 12:52) Total user comments: 661


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astroboy3000,

I hate how the chinese people are taking over the market. Low-quality things. And many things are dangerous indeed, never trust the crap they sell. I hate chinese well I have to be a little racist in my country, foreign people have been travelling here and stealing our jobs and our rights, and now they sell untrusted things.
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№12 Author: Haro (24 Feb 2011 13:03) Total user comments: 551


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F**k Chinese
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№13 Author: deleted (24 Feb 2011 13:46) Total user comments: 56


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Ok people... there are a few major companies in China that produces high quality (tested and out of expensive materials) and expesive things and to low quality (not tested, out of cheap materials and especially not corresponding to any ISO standard basically) and low price things. The stupid and the ignorant is the one who buys this cheap crap because it also incourages them to make more of those. And BTW China is not the only country that produces low quality cheap things. There is a saying: "I am to poor to buy cheap things"...
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№14 Author: 2fuzzy (24 Feb 2011 15:47) Total user comments: 10400


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There is a good book about a couple who tried to go without buying anything from China for a year or two. Come to find out it is damn near impossible, unless you can do without any appliances or clothing.
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№15 Author: Pilgrim (24 Feb 2011 16:49) Total user comments: 2288


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I know i say this all the time, but China suck!
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№16 Author: TheIronSea (24 Feb 2011 18:30) Total user comments: 1015


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Hasta los lapices chinos son malos, la mano de obra mas barata del mundo, a la final solo venden basura ... que mal.
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№17 Author: Jimmy Johnson (24 Feb 2011 22:54) Total user comments: 5518


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It's easier to blame the symptom, not the cause... Or more accurately, it's the ignorant and un-informed that choose to blame the symptom, not the cause.

No "qualified" American is going to assemble computers for 50 cents an hour. That's why it gets farmed out to China... Every Apple product is made in China. It's human nature to be selfish. Consumers want everything for as cheap as they can get it so suddenly it's China's fault that something is defective.

Lets see how far America's economy gets when no one can buy clothes, appliances or household goods anymore and people get laid off and nothing gets done now causing a domino effect of unemployment in construction of malls and suburbs and condos next to industrial and retail shopping centres, civic revenue from property taxes, distribution, transport, service, repair of such, supporting industries as warehousing and the need to buy equipment to warehouse and service such goods. ie) Air conditioning, HVAC, heavy duty mechanics etc... Student loans and trained people pile up because there aren't any jobs anymore, unemployment causes another Great Depression that printing money out of thin air can't solve.

Never mind a common appliance like a tv will cost $20,000, or a dishwasher costs $3000, or a 15" laptop costs $5000 because it's being made by hard-working citizens getting paid union wages in the good old USA. Since few people will buy goods at inflated prices, those companies go bankrupt causing more unemployment and strain on the pyramid scheme of socialism like food stamps, welfare, UI and other government programs associated with "democracy" such as health care and pensions.

It's a small detail that Jeeps and Fords caught on fire spontaneously... Let's all of us overlook the cost of benefits and pensions (future costs added to what is being made today) why Chrysler and GM went bankrupt. A similar car made in China would cost 1/5 the price. Those savings could easily be passed on to the consumer if it were not for trade tariffs, taxes, and other protectionist legislation. That extra money could have been spent to start your own business, pay off your mortgage, putting your kid thru school, donating to charity, savings for retirement, etc. Taxes are a form of slavery. It's not the fault of the vendor is it, who puts pressure on the manufacturer to make something as cheaply as possible to maximize their profit margins.

It's just easier to blame the Chinese for everything.
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№18 Author: randomguy1022 (25 Feb 2011 05:08) Total user comments: 2


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Jimmy Johnson, I'm glad someone else knows what the hell is going on. I don't think I could have said it any better.
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№19 Author: You-Know-Who (25 Feb 2011 08:03) Total user comments: 499


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№20 Author: compmaster (25 Feb 2011 10:42) Total user comments: 1871


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№21 Author: Kraneo Dunkel (26 Feb 2011 02:37) Total user comments: 145


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No hay que hacer eso ni con las mejores marcas.
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№22 Author: gari (26 Feb 2011 17:36) Total user comments: 574


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And one day when China ruins world wide production,only raise their prices and we will be done. Wait and see...
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№23 Author: willymamon (27 Feb 2011 14:28) Total user comments: 43


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glad that somebody knows whats happening here. the globalization now its very good, because now we can buy cheap things made with foreign slaves. but wait and see
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№24 Author: raymond.wendt (3 Mar 2011 03:15) Total user comments: 9115


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bad luck for him!
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№25 Author: franzee (4 Mar 2011 14:05) Total user comments: 67


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What phones are NOT Chinese?
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№26 Author: adzhoe (16 Mar 2011 04:57) Total user comments: 14959


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It's the cheap imitation low grade goods that china makes that are the problem, and there are plenty of those.
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№27 Author: plaidpancake (27 Aug 2011 02:41) Total user comments: 2475


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ow
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