iPod or music player.

Michael Halcrow mike at halcrow.us
Tue Oct 18 17:12:57 MDT 2005

On Tue, Oct 18, 2005 at 03:11:56PM -0600, Gabriel Gunderson wrote:
> I'm buying an MP3 player (after work) for my wife.  I've never
> needed to look into them until now.  The problem is, I have to pick
> up the gift A.S.A.P. and don't really have time to research things
> like I would like to.

I bought my wife a portable MP3 player for our anniversary several
years ago.

She looked at it and asked what it was. I explained that it was
basically some Flash RAM, a controller, a decoding processor, and a
digital to analog converter. Her reaction was, ``So, you just bought
me RAM for our anniversary.'' And she never used it.

So I bought her velcro tape for Valentine's Day so she could stick the
MP3 player on various surfaces in the house, in the car, or on her

She has never forgiven me for that one.

I have since learned that jewelry is usually a safe bet. Electronic
devices tend to be hit-or-miss.

"As a computer, I find your faith in technology amusing."
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