Loc: Yuba City, California
That's good Yo.<br><br>299 for a 20Gb iPod... 20Gb's... mmmmm... it'll only cost five-thousand dollars to fill it up! <br><br><br><br><br>[color:blue] “Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel,” Samuel Johnson</font color=blue>
Found that grasshopper in a curio shop. 75˘! There's a wonderful ongoing weekend flea market at Brooklyn's PS321. I stop there every Sat. AM on my way back from the grocery store. I find something almost every weekend (the shadow box and the 1955 NY State license plate just last Sat.) Sometimes I get the good stuff early, other times I'll make a note of something that I may get a better price on toward the end of the day, and I'll walk down again to make the "kill". <br><br>
Congrats yoyo! It'll change your life! I got a refurb 10 gig 2 years ago ($199), rock solid! Never had even one problem. It is filled to the brim though. I really need a 40 gig model. After encoding all my CDs and including the music I've downloaded from iTunes and Emusic I have over 100 GB. I had to add a WD 200 GB Firewire drive just to hold all that music. Music has always been very important to me. I waited all my life for such a great little device, no more tapes, no more lugging CD carriers with me, it is true audiophile heaven. My teenager has a mini and loves it. It goes everywhere with him, if we only had great stuff like that when we were young. Enjoy! <br>
I thought of getting a mini, but I have over 7 gigs of songs in iTunes already <br><br>Glad to hear that the refurbished iPod was good for you. I'm thinking. Maybe I won't have to get AppleCare after all. <br><br>
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