Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Feeding the Roxiticus Desperate iPod for Free


I don't think of myself as cutting edge as far as technology goes. I think it was at least two years into the music downloading craze, and Napster had already been forced to charge for music downloads, before I got my first iPod. But I have to say, it has changed my life. I took a couple of weeks to download all of my CDs to my computer and transferred the songs to my iPod, and since then I've gotten into the habit of downloading through iTunes, Napster, and other services that I've found online. These days, I have over 8,000 songs on my iPod, and over 2,000 "five stars." All of the Roxiticus Desperate Housewives and Husbands covet my iPod and I'm frequently offered five thousand bucks for it as a starting bid, then whatever party we're hosting turns into a crazy bidding war for the Roxiticus Desperate Music Collection.

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