Let Go Of My Pandora By Accident


atomicthumbs

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I felt my Pandora slipping out of my hand while hiking and attempting to change the song that was playing. I held out my other hand to catch it, but it flew up instead of down. I have been led to understand that the Pandora is supposed to fall towards the nearest object with the highest mass, not away from it.

Is this covered under warranty?

Evidence:

8m4TE.jpg
 

VRAndy

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atomicthumbs said:
I have been led to understand that the Pandora is supposed to fall towards the nearest object with the highest mass, not away from it.
Did you install the patch?
 
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renegadechic

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you know, vaguely on topic, we should try and get a pandora into space. see if we can persuade someone from nasa to take it up with them. it would be suitably entertaining for them!
 

Loon

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atomicthumbs said:
Is this covered under warranty?
I think you overvolted it to make it fly, warranty is therefore voided.
 
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snostrebla

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atomicthumbs said:
I felt my Pandora slipping out of my hand while hiking and attempting to change the song that was playing. I held out my other hand to catch it, but it flew up instead of down. I have been led to understand that the Pandora is supposed to fall towards the nearest object with the highest mass, not away from it.

Is this covered under warranty?

Evidence:

http://i.imgur.com/8m4TE.jpg
If it isn't covered by the warranty, I'll catch it... Oh wait, shit, too far away.

 
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