Em Eye Aye

The post I prepared for this morning completely vanished. Gonesville. I’ve looked everywhere.

Hate it when that happens, but by now, between this blog and my iPod, I’m quite used to getting bum-stuffed by user-friendly technology. And it’s always my fault, of course. I mean, who but a Luddite like me thinks an iPod should have an on-off switch so you can figure out without stuffing little white pieces of plastic in youe ears if the damn thing is running or not? Or, if not an actual readable indicator that tells you how dead the battery is, at least an explanation of how to read it. Does green mean charging, needs a charge, or full? Anybody?

Anyhow, I won’t get time to recreate today’s first post, which I vaguely remember as having something to do with the irritating fact that RAV4s with stick shifts are no longer available in this country. And the lease with my manual transmission RAV4 — my third — is coming to an end.

As is this explanatory post. However, the 2:00 shorty still seems intact. We’ll see.

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3 Responses to Em Eye Aye

  1. Steve Jobs says:

    What I tell most people who experience difficulties with their iPod is, first, remove it from your anus.

    If that’s ineffective, I suggest inserting it.

    Because I don’t care. Remember, I’m the same animal as MicroSoft, just wearing a different hat.

  2. Mister E says:

    Insert yourself, “Steve Jobs.” iPods and iTunes are a rip-off and a scourge. Worse than the pirates who download for free. Not that I know anything about that personally of course.

  3. Ain't Sayin says:

    As long as you’re probing your butt for your iPod, go see if your lost post is up there, too.

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