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In a poll at www.CrackBerry.com, more than 91% of respondents indicated they use their BlackBerry in the bathroom. Many respondents included comments like this one: I think someone would be lying if they said they don t take it with them!
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Reading the news on a BlackBerry in the bathroom has its benefits, according to Stephen Sodoris, a professor of social work at the University of Maryland. The BlackBerry is a distraction technique for the millions of people who have a shy-bladder or fear of going to the bathroom in public, he said. Some BlackBerry owners are so reluctant to be without the device that they will do almost anything to ensure they don t have to ever part ways with it (see the story, BlackBerry During a Funeral ).
BlackBerry During a Funeral
I recently dove deep into the ocean to retrieve my BlackBerry after dropping it while fishing. Later, I stopped to look for it after my infant daughter tossed it out of my car window on a freeway! My love for my BlackBerry means I will do just about anything to protect it, but also that I will use it anywhere I please, including the time I stood at my father-in-law s funeral, felt my BlackBerry vibrating in my pocket, and the urge was too powerful to resist. Not only did I scroll through my new messages during the service, but I responded, too. My addiction stems from an obsession with reading and responding to email as soon as it arrives. John, CrackBerry.com Member While BlackBerry addiction can cause all sorts of nuisances in a social context, it becomes a greater concern when it puts people s lives at risk, such as when using your BlackBerry while driving (see Bell s story in Mercedes Crashed by BlackBerry. Bell s accident occurred after only a single week with the device!
BlackBerry Caused Mercedes Crash
I have had my BlackBerry about a week, and have already had my first accident with it. I was driving and checking an email that just came in (stupid I know!) and ran my fianc s Mercedes into the car in front of me. I have not admitted to being on my phone at the time of the crash, but he knows. I guess that was my initiation. Bell, CrackBerry.com Member Nobody was injured in this instance, and Bell says she has learned her lesson and will never use her BlackBerry while driving again. But using the BlackBerry when driving is a sure sign of the BlackBerry smartphone s addictive grasp. An even stronger portrayal of BlackBerry addiction is painted by Sue s recent recollection of a severe car accident, where the one thing on her mind wasn t the physical condition of her husband or herself, but the location and condition of their BlackBerry smartphone (see the story, We Hit a Stopped Truck at 60 MPH ).
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On February 1st, 2008, I proudly walked out of the AT&T store after upgrading my Pearl to a Curve 8310. The next day, my husband and I were traveling out of town. Since he was driving, I used the time to set up my Curve. My Curve was in my hand, and my old Pearl, my husband s Curve (which I had just bought him in December), and my BlackBerry 7290 (issued by my employer) were all in my lap. We were using TeleNav on my Curve for directions and were cruising down the road when I glanced up from my Curve to see a truck stopped in front of us. My husband yelled as we hit it at 60mph, flipped three times then slid upside down on the roof before stopping. We were upside down when we stopped moving, hanging by our seatbelts. When we were taken out of the car, I was in severe pain.
As we were waiting to be air-lifted, people were gathering our personal belongings. I was screaming in pain and asked them to find my BlackBerry. And they brought one, and then another, and then another until they located all of them. I can t imagine what they thought. When we arrived at the trauma unit, my left hand was black. They asked what was I doing when we crashed. My family all responded: Holding her BlackBerry! (I had lost three units of blood internally and am still recovering.)
All our BlackBerry smartphones were ruined. The day I got out of the hospital, I went to AT&T to get new Curves. Since there was no insurance on them and we had just signed new two-year contracts, I could not get either of our BlackBerry smartphones replaced without paying full price. Even being on pain pills did not help the pain of losing my precious Curve. Since I could do nothing but lie in bed, I started calling AT&T daily, trying to get someone to help me. It was pure torture to be without my Curve by my side. Finally, one day I reached someone who said, I can get you two Curves for $99 each and a $100 rebate if you agree to another two-year contract. That was not a problem; for that price, I would have signed away my next grandchild! (Not really, but I would have considered it briefly.) My Curve is once again forever by my side. Sue
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