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I think I would fix it before Tony Soprano gets involved. Ba-da-bing!

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i like clicky things Grin

*clicks the click wheel around*

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Not too bad, but

I have very thin workers inside my nano. However, I think they?re probably suffering from some level of permanent brain damage given the number of times I?ve dropped my nano on its head. For what it?s worth, I?ve never dropped my nano farther than from the doorway of a public transit bus to the concrete bus stop?and in my defense, the iPod did not bounce and skid more than two or three feet, at most.

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A friend sent me this link the day after all the songs in my ipod disappeared. Listen to the little iPod workers, for the love of all things techie, listen to them!!!!

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funny video,

but i replaced my iPod workers with actualy tech components? industrial revolution, i guess Silly

but my iPod workers went to my sister's iPod, the shuffle; better place to work for them

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