Hey, I have always been a fan of language and an amateur linguist. And I have noticed people using the word zune in a number of negative uses independent of the product itself. There are a few current examples in this forum. Is this widespread at all? Is is more a Mac community thing? Don't forget, I live in Japan, and my finger is nowhere near on the pulse of current English slang.<br><br>I would love to see this usage make it's way to common usage before MS can figure out a way to force acceptance like it did with the XBox. <br><br>We are what we repeatedly do. -Aristotle
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