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Local man offers iCracked repairs for iPhone

Global company comes to area

March 3, 2013

PARKERSBURG — No more needless traveling for Apple users to repair a broken iPhone screen....

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Mar-04-13 7:52 PM

Why would somebody in California care about someone in WV using rice to aid in fixing a broken Iphone?

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Mar-03-13 10:47 AM

That is where you are wrong..once rice gets moisture it will be no good that is why the Japanese put talc powder in it to be washed before using. Again you are wrong, Japanese do not use chemicals in their food. Ever wonder why Sushi from a real Japanese restaurant is expensive? Because it is fresh with no chemicals. You must be thinking China. You need to take a vacation out of them hollows. This is where our principles have gone done the would rather have an iPhone Intead of having food?

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Mar-03-13 3:29 AM

If your that concerned about the rice, eat the rice afterwards. I'm sure their are worse chemicals in rice grown in Japan than what is found in a cellphone. Personally, I'd rather lose a bag of rice than lose an iPhone. Good luck Dougal!

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Mar-03-13 1:12 AM

Putting a wet IPhone in a bag of rice??? That would be so wrong because why waste a bag of rice for a IPhone? In Japan every grain of rice should be eaten and not wasted. Good thing you are not here in CA, that is not a good thing to be telling people.

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