We can all relate to the panic you feel when you realize you’ve lost your cell phone. In today’s day and age, phones are more than just a means to make phone calls, they’re pocket computers chock full of some of the most important elements of our day-to-day lives. Phone numbers, text messages, emails and an array of social media platforms remain at a fingertip’s reach, just as long as we keep our trusty smart phones tucked into our pockets. Losing your phone means not only losing touch, but potentially compromising your personal information to the world at large.
When you get home from a long day and realize your phone is no longer in your pocket, you immediately begin retracing your steps, trying to determine where you must have left it, and what the likelihood is that it might still be there waiting for you. Such was the case for one Marine pilot in training this week, who called a pub he’d been to recently named the “Thirsty Whale” to see if his phone was still there.
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