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Toughest Sports Phone ever.

February 5, 2009 by MadisonMadnuff 

phone Toughest Sports Phone ever. 

Well often when I am too busy to get to a computer I check on the sports world and Sportsroids via my cell phone.  On my cell phone I get full internet access and can even type and submit articles for this website.  I just thought I would inform the world that this phone is the ultimate toughmans phone.  My phone is the Verizon Pocket PC xv6700 and this morning it fell out of my pocket on my way to the gym.  I did not notice that it had fallen out and I pulled out of the parking space, about halfway out of the lot I noticed I didn’t have my phone so I pulled back into the space to go back to the gym to see if I left it their.  Upon getting out of the car I saw my phone in the parking space with major scratches and dents as well as crushed metal on my mouse mover.  I then realized that I had just run over my phone in a Lincoln LS.  I picked up the phone and it was lifeless no pulse, it would not turn on, the screen was blank and scratched and I almost shed a tear.  Then just as I was in the store to get a new phone it sprung back to life right in my hands and it said to me “low battery”.  I thought “Amazing I just ran this phone over with my car and it still works” not only does it still work but all the buttons work as well and the touch screen save for a few scratches is fine as well.  I just thought I would share that with you because I find it freaking unbelievable, “ do you know how much a Lincoln Ls weighs (a lot).”  But sadly like the tough ironmen football players and boxers of yesteryear this phone has been discontinued  and  is no longer for sale, so if you want to buy it you can’t I guess it’s true what they say in sports and in life “they don’t make em like they used to.”

Comments

2 Responses to “Toughest Sports Phone ever.”

  1. Big Tony on February 5th, 2009 5:50 pm

    wow… your phone is the rasputin of cell phones.

  2. Mark M on February 6th, 2009 6:58 pm

    Hahaha the same thing happened to me with one of the old Nextel phones I had…it was a NVP 1000 or something like that…It got run over by a Jeep!!!

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