How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

*sniffle* I'm in mourning

Today, I mourn the passing of Scherzade, my 40G, 4th Gen iPod. At 1845 today I discovered her scrollwheel no longer functioned, and despite my best efforts to reflash the firmware and get help from Apple (to the tune of $273 dollars if I want a replacement of this model? I can cross grade to 30G and video capability for $20 bucks more), and she was officially declared deceased at 1853.

The responding physician was Remy Porter, who will now cannibalize Scherzade for twisted zombie experiments.

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