iPhone 7 Penis Fires are Equal to putting 8 Home Depot plumbers torches in your pants at full blast
You should NOT put 8 flaming plumbers torches, turned up to their full blast flame setting into your pants, or any where near your genitals. This would a bad and dangerous thing.
If you did that, though, it still would not be as hot as a flaming iPhone 7 lithium ion battery going off.
Lithium ion batteries produce the same kind of chemical reaction as the deadly phosphorous bombs that the United Nations have ruled to be illegal on the battlefield. These reactions can eat a whole through your genitals in half a second.
There have been thousands of unreported iPhone and iPad fires. Apple has an incredible media machine for such cover-ups.
Now, though, the lithium ion battery fires are getting so voluminous that the lid has blown right off of the cover. Apple has rushed out BS press releases calling each fire an “isolated incident” but the news reports of thousands of such fires proof that Apple is LYING! Tens of thousands of the lithium ion batteries have exploded in the U.S. and it is covered up because White House insiders own the lithium ion battery stock market stocks.
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