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No iPods To Kim Jong Il

The White House has imposed a ban on the sale of iPods to North Korea. What do you think?

  • "This won't do a damn thing. Everybody knows Zune is the preferred MP3 player of the Axis of Evil."

    Sean McGill
    Shoe Salesman
  • "Ouch! Right in the middle of the North Korean Christmas shopping season, too."

    Allara Jones
    Systems Analyst
  • "I don't know what good it will do to impose petty sanctions tailored specifically to annoy a crazy foreign leader with nuclear weapons, but what can it hurt?"

    Kai Thornton
    Large Truck Mechanic
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