Previously at Samsung: the company shipped its Galaxy Note 7 in hopes of besting Apple at their own game only to learn that the Note 7 units were defective and prone to explode and start fires, even burning down a house in one instance. The sequel was nothing more than a remake of the first production, and the replacement units started exploding all the same, this time grounding an airplane.

Samsung is hoping to avoid a third installment in which they burn down a post office by providing customers with fireproof return boxes that can withstand great heat. The phone slips into a static shielding bag, then goes into a box, which goes into another, which then goes into a third box, like an exploding Russian nesting doll. Oh, and you'll get gloves too, so that your skin isn't irritated by the ceramic fiber lining.

This is what it's come to, Samsung sending its customers boxes lined with the stuff used to insulate furnaces because their customers are going to be shipping potential fireballs all around the country. You goofed, Samsung, and it's time to give the Note 7 a burial at sea where it can't burn anymore things down.

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