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  1. #61
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    Default Re: Compensation for Property Damaged by a Product Malfunction

    Have you tried hitting enter like this



    a couple times



    to place spaces throughout the text?

    If you want to put some text in a shadowed block, you highlight it and go up to the icons above the text box and click on the little speech balloon icon.

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    Default Re: Compensation for Property Damaged by a Product Malfunction

    If the OP wants to share his pictures, I'll start worrying about what he can prove. Until then, he's given us every indication that he's a liar and I'm not interested in wasting my time speculating how he might prove the "truth" of what seems to be a made-up story.

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    Default Re: Compensation for Property Damaged by a Product Malfunction

    Quote Quoting jk
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    Have you tried hitting enter like this



    a couple times



    to place spaces throughout the text?

    If you want to put some text in a shadowed block, you highlight it and go up to the icons above the text box and click on the little speech balloon icon.
    Thank you. I did try that. Many paragraph entries. Scrunched. I tried to put a period and hit enter. Scrunch. The final ///'s were each a separate paragraph and you saw the result. I went to general settings and changed to full WYSISYG and the only options I have are smiley faces on the right and icons below.

    Wait! I got it! I use a script blocker. All the buttons now above must be generated by a script because they come up now that I turned it off for the site.

    Thanks again. If you had not replied I would not have fiddled with it more.

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    Default Re: Compensation for Property Damaged by a Product Malfunction

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    My impression of his temper tantrums remains unchanged - he's angry that he has been called out on his lies.
    I'm utterly distraught.

    Why new lies that misrepresent additional information - past discussion that anybody can read and see for themselves? Because he is hoping, for some reason, to distract people who don't want to wade through six pages of discussion that he's severely undermined his own credibility.

    Heh?
    As anonymous as nyameko1 may be here,


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    Your turn.........No?? Didn't think so!

    given that he appears to be the only person on the planet who has made this particular claim about an iPhone 5,
    This is just too cute! I must say, you are a smart little one, aren't you?

    http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-...es-womans-eye/

    http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2013/...urn-dangerous/

    http://foxnewsinsider.com/2013/07/16...t-was-charging

    http://www.itproportal.com/2012/07/0...r-olds-pocket/

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    Default Re: Compensation for Property Damaged by a Product Malfunction

    Case 1: Woman uses a visibly damaged phone and ignores the fact that it's overheating in her hand. No flames. Not an iPhone 5.
    Case 2: Battery failure in an iPhone 3GS. No fire or explosion.
    Case 3: No evidence that the phone caused injury. No fire. No explosion. If there's anything to this story, it's probably one of the "third party charger" cases that led to a number of injuries in China when people used their plugged in phones while they were connected to the defective chargers.
    Case 4: No explanation provided; the event was nothing like the OP's claimed story. Quite obviously not an iPhone 5.

    No evidence that any of the phones had a design or manufacturing defect.

    And still no pictures from his own, made-up story.

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    Default Re: Compensation for Property Damaged by a Product Malfunction

    Quote Quoting Mr. Knowitall;7458[QUOTE
    18]My impression of his temper tantrums remains unchanged - he's angry
    Yes. I am utterly distraught.

    that he has been called out on his lies.
    Ahhhh, how cute! Such a smart little fella aren't you? Oh yes you are! (patting mrs. iknowitall's lil noggin.)


    Why new lies that misrepresent additional information - past discussion that anybody can read and see for themselves? Because he is hoping, for some reason, to distract people who don't want to wade through six pages of discussion that he's severely undermined his own credibility.

    As anonymous as nyameko1 may be here, given that he appears to be the only person on the planet who has made this particular claim about an iPhone 5, should it choose to do so, Apple will have no trouble tracking down this thread and figuring out who posted it....[/QUOTE]

    [QUOTE=nyameko1;746419]


    Why new lies that misrepresent additional information - past discussion that anybody can read and see for themselves? Because he is hoping, for some reason, to distract people who don't want to wade through six pages of discussion that he's severely undermined his own credibility.
    Heh??? Ok. Ok. I'll toss you a few bits! Here you go lil fella!

    http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-...es-womans-eye/

    http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2013/...urn-dangerous/

    http://foxnewsinsider.com/2013/07/16...t-was-charging

    http://www.itproportal.com/2012/07/0...r-olds-pocket/

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    Default Re: Compensation for Property Damaged by a Product Malfunction

    I don't know how anybody else feels by op has proven himself to be nothing more than a troll and deserves nothing less than the ban hammer.

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