Yes, parents should be able to control their kids, but I don't think enbough adults have parenting skills and maybe should've waited awhile longer before having kids.stoid said:
Absolutely! I love it. It's so very nice to use while I'm doing drawings and other art related projects for college. Too bad my campus uses Windows, or computers with FW for that matter, because it sure would come in handy for transferring projects between my laptop and campus computers rather than relying on CD/E-mail systems.Vader said:stoid,
Don't you own an iPod?
Thats what i mean. The article is pointless!crazzyeddie said:The conclusion to the article made it sound more like a positive addition to their household than a negative. As for all the other problems, try giving that kid an iTunes allowance (very easy thanks to Apple) and making your kid take off the headphones while you talk to them... doesn't sound that difficult to me!
But you what you dont realize is that in every iTMS song, if you play it backwards... you can hear Steve saying.... Buy an Apple Computer....earthtoandy said:if the iPod is so powerful that parents will lose all control of their kids...
Koodauw said:But you what you dont realize is that in every iTMS song, if you play it backwards... you can hear Steve saying.... Buy an Apple Computer....
It's brainwashing the kids... NO NOT APPLE!
Again ... read the article. Read some of the comments above.paulwhannel said:once again, my compadres at MR are correct. This article is a load of *********. But what can you expect from parents that visit sites like this? I'm not knocking all parenting sites, but come on...
That thing is older than I am!MrMacman said:'Hey look everybody, the world is going to hell because of this crazy new device:
The Walkman will doom us all!