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Mashable Blogger: Owning a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is Safer Than Getting in Your Car

In other words, according to Mashable writer Josh Dickey, you don’t have to get rid of your Samsung Galaxy Note 7; that’s what he’s doing, at least. He published a post yesterday with a title that certainly resulted in the post’s stats exploding: “You can pry this Galaxy Note7 from my cold, possibly scorched hands.” Ridiculous. […] The post Mashable Blogger: Owning a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is Safer Than Getting in Your Car appeared first on The Blog Herald.
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