DCMizzle: Told yuh not to get one retard.
2. The iPod Shuffle is the brain-child of Apple's brilliant marketing team. In the case of the iPod and iPod mini, I would argue that they are remarkable, worth-while, devices sought by the collective techno-savvy social culture, not simply social status knick-knacks. However, Apple's marketing team has pulled off pushing a device that blindly leads the user into a statistical fruit-salad of songs under the GENIOUS motto of "Life is Random".
3. To reitterate,
A - the iPod Shuffle, however less expensive, is a waste of your hard earned cash and has been linked to mass outbreaks of trichotillomania.
B - Apple's marketing team is outstanding and if I were going to finance and advertise a war, I would contract these people.
C - If you want an iPod so badly, pay the extra 50 bucks for a 4Gb iPod mini. You won't regret it.
I can play songs on my iPod Shuffle.
Wow, I would love to have an iPod Shuffle!
Person 2: Cool! I just got an iPod nano
Some Idiots: YOU GUYS REALIZE THEIR DIFFERENT!
Person 1&2: WE DON'T GIVE A CRAP TO WHAT YOU PEOPLE SAY!
**Person 1&2 used their iPods together to battle monsters and bad guys and didn't give a crap if their mp3 players were different**
The iPod Shuffle may not have many extra-special features, but for those of us who prefer a simple-yet-sturdy option and might not need space for a thousand songs, this is the ideal choice.
About the size of a pack of gum, the iPod Shuffle holds up to 240 songs for much more reasonable price than the other, more expensive iPods (iPod Video, iPod Nano, iPod mini, etc.). With one simple slide, one can program the iPod Shuffle to play straight through or play songs in random order. Indeed, the iPod Shuffle is by far the eaiest mp3 player to operate. And when it comes down to it, they're just plain cute.
iPod Shuffles sell for $99.
Merideth: Yeah, plus,I was able to pay for it myself with my money from my after-school job at Dairy Queen.