Me = NO iPod
Last night I rushed home from work, jumped in my car and drove over to the North Shore Mall. I walked into the Apple Store and told the guy, “Could I have a 20 Gb iPod.” Here is the conversation that followed:
“You can’t have one, but you can buy one,” said the fat Apple worker.
“Oh well I tried,” I replied.
The other worker said, “I’ll go out back and get one, hold on a minute.”
“Thank you,” I said gratefully.
I then remembered I had one more question to ask, which I had forgotten from last time. So I asked the fat guy, “Can I ask you a question?”
“Winston Churchill, Winston Churchill is the answer to your question,” he cleverly snapped back.
“Okay, I don’t think so, but anyway, I only have a 10 Gb hard drive and was wondering if I would be able to put music on it, move the songs to the iPod, delete the music and then put more music on until the iPod is full,” I asked.
He answered, “No way, if your hard drive became erased you’d have to put all your files back on to your hard drive.”
“Is there anything I can do?” I enquired.
“You would have to buy a new hard drive,” he quickly snorted back.
I quietly uttered back, “Okay, well I guess I’m not getting an iPod then, thanks.”
The guy who went to get my iPod came back and I had to tell him I couldn’t buy it and told him why. In a nicer tone and demeanor he confirmed my worst fears and said the manual sync wouldn’t work how I thought it would. If anybody has insight into this for me I would love to hear it from them. It looks like I might end up investing in a new hard drive, at least that way I can download some of my ski movies and finally put something together.
We’ll see what the weekend brings.