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#10 - Comment deleted 06/07/2013 on JESUS +1
#43 - Comment deleted  [+] (2 replies) 06/06/2013 on the art of the troll -4
#72 - jakatackka (06/06/2013) [-]
Most phones have all-plastic casing, so unless you've taken your phone apart, you might never know that there's metal inside. And deleting system32 is easy to recover from. You can use a Windows recovery disc, or boot to the backup partition that most computer companies include standard. Worst case scenario, you have to reinstall Windows. Your data is still intact after wiping system32, so the most you'll spend is maybe $100 to get it repaired (or much less if you know a computer nerd). It's still not a cool thing to do, but at least it doesn't have any lasting damage.

Destroying a $700 phone fries every component, destroys all of your data, and sets you back $700. If you're locked into a cell phone contract, usually you have to keep paying it, because cell service providers are just assholes like that.
#113 - anon (06/06/2013) [-]
he said it was an iPhone.

iPhones are cased in metal on the sides.