I Told You I Could Feel It Giving Me Cancer
Ever since i got this stupid phone, i've had a psychosomatic reaction to it whenever it's in my pocket. My leg starts to hurt wherever the phone is. It's like i feel an aching in my bones. Weird, right? Obliviously, i try not to carry my phone directly on my person whenever possible.
Meanwhile, study after study has come out to say cell phones and cell towers don't give people cancer blah blah blah. I don't care. I can feel it giving me cancer in my leg. Cereally.
Now the NYTimes tells me that mebbe cell phones are kinda dangerous when close to your body. So i feel slightly vindicated while at the same time acknowledging that my leg pains are prolly my imagination.
WARNING: Holding a cellphone against your ear may be hazardous to your health. So may stuffing it in a pocket against your body.
I don't use the phone enough to justify getting a headset/earpiece, but i think about it everytime i get that ache in my leg. I also need some sort of carrying device to keep it away from my body. Like a sack on a stick.
By min | November 19, 2010, 1:29 PM | Science
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