In her defence, the studies all concluded that the radiation dosage is highest when a phone is raised to your head during a phonecall or something. Hence handsfree calling reduces this. As an Xray tech she probably knew this and was misquoted. Fake news and whatnot.
@BearInATopHat, *cums a little*
@BearInATopHat, but it’s also low enough so as to be virtually irrelevant
@Ultramatt, not according to the media, we're all microwaving our brains, apparently. In other news, the war on drugs is a success and foreign people cause cancer. *edit* accidentally posted, mid-satire
@BearInATopHat, i thought the humor was she was concerned about radiation, but her line of work puts her in radiation exposure constantly.
@BearInATopHat, just text people like a normal person. Problem solved.
@Egotiator, and, unlike cell phones, the radiation she's exposed to during her work *is* harmful ionizing radiation. What really tickles me is that visible light is higher energy radiation than what cell phones emit...
@Egotiator, quite possibly! Who knows what op was going for.
"I don't do WiFi"
What a loser, all the cool kids are injecting WiFi
@ILikeMacAndCheese, *looks around and sweats nervously* right? I inject 3 wifi's a day.
I bet they’re anti-vaxxers
Are these the leaders of the #metoo movement I keep hearing about
It’s already affected their minds
I wonder if they even asked anyone who understands technology.
dont make fun of them. they're gold medalists...
...in special Olympics
Retired? Or retarded
What? What’s wrong with the second one?
“When you try your best but you’re old as sh¡¡¡t”
I just threw up in my mouth a little bit
I think the woman on the bottom is Weird Al