Smartphones shouldn’t be so disposable. Could fixing the way in which we make our phones assist remedy local weather change?

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  1. This already exits, it's called windows phone. But you really need to be able to open it easily cause you'll have to remove the battery every now and then because the fcking thing froze again XD I love and hate it <3

  2. Donate your old phones to help domestic abuse victims my school had a whole drive for it they helped a lot

  3. "Everyone has one of these…" no, no we don't. This video already doesn't apply to me based on the very first line.


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