Sunday, November 26, 2006

apple admits major design limitation in i-pod:

from the bbc:

The Rolling Stones' A Bigger Bang tour is the 'top-grossing tour in history', Billboard magazine has reported.

Since August 2005, the band have grossed $437m (£226m), playing 110 shows in front of 3.5 million fans.

The Stones' success comes despite the tour being dogged by delays and cancellations due to throat problems for lead singer Sir Mick Jagger, 63.

apple engineers are working on a way to get owners of the hugely popular i-pod to listen to music they don't already know (good luck!), and apparently, the rolling stones themselves are readying to stuff keith richards, and rely on very heavy use of animatronics so they can all keep touring in which point sir mick will release his new album entitled 'i can't get no...medication...'

1 comment:

Katie said...

HA! that is fantastic. he should be dead by now. how is he still walking around, doing that little walk thing he does. i bet he falls and breaks a hip on this tour.