Ken AshfordPopular Culture1 Comment

One of the few times I was ahead of the culture curve was about two years ago when I bought my 40G iPod.  This was waaaaay before the latest Apple advertising scheme, with silohuettes and U2 and wild dancing.  That’s right — I (for once) was a trendsetter (and I still love my iPod).

But apparently, I was outdone by Nostadamus, who wrote about the iPod (some say) here:

Behold a great thunder in the ears; an orchestra in a deck of cards,
Falling from the wondrous tree of fruit.
The empire of the gates trembles at the white spaghetti noodles of the head.
Futile is the resistance, the base of all your earth harmony, belonging to a potato.

Well, that’s this guy’s theory.