Store cashes in with iPod 'lessons' for its customers

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  1. macrumors bot

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    thedude110

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    That's it. I'm quitting my teaching gig and I'm moving to London to teach people iPod. I'm sick of America, anyway.

    Actually, I bet the people who I'd teach iPod to would be really rich and annoying. I bet they're soul-sucking rich and annoying.

    God. How can people not know how to use an iPod.

    *retirns to papers ful of rediculus speling erors*
     
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    winmacguy

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    Not such a bad idea. iPod Summer Camp for people who don't know how to use simple technology. You can do summer camp for Cheerleading so why not iPod? As the article said it is mostly very young people or people in their 40's who up until now have had lots of cash and who have managed to avoid being affected by the spread of technology until technology starts to be a simple way of listening to the music they enjoy where ever they are...;) Then they are forced to learn how to use it :eek: :D
     
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    The saddest thing of all? The Apple store which runs iPod/iTunes tutorials free of charge several times a day is less than 10 minutes walk away. :p
     
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    winmacguy

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    Sometimes people are just lazy :rolleyes:
     
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    EGT

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    Oh my .... That's hilarious. I want to go see who is paying for this. Complete fools.
     
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    zelmo

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    Many people feel that a thing or a service cannot possibly be worthwhile if you don't have to pay for it.

    Yes, many people are stupid.:p
     
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    :eek: £65! Keith H Turtle that's ridiculous. They only charge a fiver for lace tying lessons in the footware department.
     

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