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Old 03-13-2006, 03:26 PM   #1
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IO : My iPod is full

Bloody thing, it's only a mini so it holds 1000 songs.... but damn, if only I didn't have so much U2.
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that sux, time to upgrade and get a larger ipod.
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My 20GB is getting full. I'm gonna have to start voting songs off the iPod eventually.
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I can't wait until mine is full. Then I'll be justified getting another one.
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I have 10,343 songs on mine.
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I have a 20 GB iPod. I have 42.13 GB of music in iTunes.

Well, the good news is that you can't listen to it all at once anyway.

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Re: IO : My iPod is full

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but damn, if only I didn't have so much U2.
Your brains aren't going to stand a chance, buddy.
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Old 03-14-2006, 02:51 AM   #12
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yeah i think i have around 2025 songs on my iPod, though i need to go in and clean a bit up, i have some old U2 stuff left over that was duplicated when i bought the complete U2...hmm well its a 30 GB photo, so i still have a long way, but still
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yeah i think i have around 2025 songs on my iPod, though i need to go in and clean a bit up, i have some old U2 stuff left over that was duplicated when i bought the complete U2...hmm well its a 30 GB photo, so i still have a long way, but still
omg.

it's a brain-feast.


i'm actually quite picky about what i put on to my ipod (i don't know why) so i've still got quite a ways to go.
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Only has 3 GB filled of my 30GB Video iPod

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My 20gb has only 2.3 to go and I'm full and doing the cut!!!
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do they even know they are breaking rules?

Do they know how much it hurts to have your brains eaten?
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actually, there are no pain receptors in the brain. some types of brain surgery require the patient to be conscious, using local anaesthetic of course, so that the surgeon can make sure the operation does not affect conscious functions like movement, speech or feeling. the surgeon can ask the patient questions or to perform a task - like to wiggle his or her toe, or to read a word off a card - and then decide how to proceed.



all that having been said, eating brains doesn't hurt, so feast away!
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actually, there are no pain receptors in the brain. some types of brain surgery require the patient to be conscious, using local anaesthetic of course, so that the surgeon can make sure the operation does not affect conscious functions like movement, speech or feeling. the surgeon can ask the patient questions or to perform a task - like to wiggle his or her toe, or to read a word off a card - and then decide how to proceed.



all that having been said, eating brains doesn't hurt, so feast away!
Nice, just a bit of cannibalism going on here
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actually, there are no pain receptors in the brain. some types of brain surgery require the patient to be conscious, using local anaesthetic of course, so that the surgeon can make sure the operation does not affect conscious functions like movement, speech or feeling. the surgeon can ask the patient questions or to perform a task - like to wiggle his or her toe, or to read a word off a card - and then decide how to proceed.



all that having been said, eating brains doesn't hurt, so feast away!
I learned all about that, thanks to Hannibal Lecter.
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