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Honoring Those Who Served.

Posted on 2007.11.12 at 12:24

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snapper521 at 2007-11-24 17:42 (UTC) (Link)

Honoring those who served

It seems as though I had commented this post before, but since I finally did read this post, I thought perhaps I should at least comment to the effect of "I read it heres a comment letting you know I did". :-)

My parents never got us into 4-H, boy/girl scouts etc... so I honesty don't know how horribly "boring" it is. But it never really interested me to begin with so... *shrugs* I figure there wasn't much of a loss.

Aren't music players awesome though? :-D

I have another computer geek friend (who actually is quite jealous of the closeness that has grown between Tomas and myself) who wants to get me an Ipod Shuffle for Christmas. :-| Should I let him? Or not? I don't know ANYTHING about Ipods... or any type of music player outside of CD players... *confused look* So it would take a lot of... (*searches for right word*) learning? right at first.

Mainly I think the reason he is offering is because he won this Ipod from work (for free) because of some silly drawing or something. He already had a super nice Ipod so he didn't see the use in using it... so according to him it's in the same condition as when he got it... brand new. *shrugs* I'm just bouncing ideas off you is all. :-)

Laters
ehowton
ehowton at 2007-11-25 01:04 (UTC) (Link)

Re: Honoring those who served

The iPod Shuffle has a single button.
snapper521 at 2007-11-25 02:23 (UTC) (Link)

Re: Honoring those who served

Huh?

You're going to need to give me more information then that Howton... Considering I know NOTHING about Ipods... how do they work, how do you add music to them, how complicated is it to have one? *poke*
ehowton
ehowton at 2007-11-25 16:20 (UTC) (Link)

Re: Honoring those who served

Sorry, what I was trying to suggest with my simplistic answer, is that anything which contains only a single button for its user-interface, is, in its nature, simple to operate.

You need to know only two things: Where the button is, and how to push it.

It's that simple.
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