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  • Good chronology. Hard to make calls on a soaked phone.

    Submitted by IMGr8NU on Nov 22, 10 at 1:27pm
  • "Rick, that's the warranty; insurance covers fluid damage." Also, not all policies are identical. I would request that you try again but you're fired!

    Submitted by rick_scott on Nov 22, 10 at 2:41pm
  • Sorry Rick, but I use to work for AT

    Submitted by blondebabe90 on Nov 22, 10 at 4:43pm
  • Hey smart man thinking before he acts!!!!

    Submitted by DaMexicanRomeo on Nov 23, 10 at 9:46am
  • would be carriers not policies. i was a tech at verizon and also knew at&t very well. so your argument is invalid. and you failed on quoting me. if your going to say something at least be right about it.

    Submitted by cricket553 on Nov 22, 10 at 8:51pm
  • Insurance does cover accidental liquid damage. This retard will obviously lie to file a claim because asurion will tell him tough shit when he says he threw it on purpose.

    Submitted by jokerzwild on Nov 22, 10 at 11:14pm
  • Cheaper to just throw the ex in the fountain.

    Submitted by Togglebunny on Nov 22, 10 at 11:54pm
  • way to be a responsible idiot

    Submitted by jennyftb on Nov 22, 10 at 6:14pm
  • Haha epic fail of a Human n phonecall

    Submitted by kflowerpot on Nov 22, 10 at 6:13pm
  • rick thats the warranty insurance covers liquid damage. try again.

    Submitted by cricket553 on Nov 22, 10 at 1:36pm
  • This is one of those actions that before you complete it you're thinking to yourself "Fuck. Bad idea." but it's just too late to stop yourself.

    Submitted by ttesroD on Nov 23, 10 at 2:07am
  • Covers everything but water damage. Fired!

    Submitted by rick_scott on Nov 22, 10 at 1:19pm
  • Kinda sucks out the emotion from whatever reason you had for throwing it, no?

    Submitted by FartsAtWork on Nov 22, 10 at 7:05pm
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