to have Congress mandate broadcast radios in portable devices, including mobile phones, is the height of absurdity.

Radio Broadcasters and RIAA Want To Make FM Chips in Cell Phones Required By Law

Absurd indeed. Why do they want FM radios in everything when there are much better alternatives. Oh, is it because they don’t make much off of those? Why doesn’t the RIAA create their own free music streaming service? Oh, because they’re dinosaurs who don’t understand the web?

There’s an awful lot of hoopla
Around the iphone 4 anttenna 
When you grip it with the death grip
And you’re call slips away

The media loves a failure
In a string of success
The facts won’t ever matter
If they can make bigger messes

Sure i can make it happen
But in terms of daily usage
I’ve yet to drop a call
So this whole damn thing is stupid

And you can call me a fanboy
I’ve been called worse things
But Gizmodo just ridiculous
Pulling their anti-apple strings

You bought a stolen prototype
Get over it and move on
Or hey even better
Let’s all sing this song

If you don’t like iPhone 4 – don’t buy it. If you bought it and don’t like it – bring it back.

The fictional high school chorus at the center of Fox’s Glee has a huge problem — nearly a million dollars in potential legal liability. For a show that regularly tackles thorny issues like teen pregnancy and alcohol abuse, it’s surprising that a million dollars worth of lawbreaking would go unmentioned. But it does, and week after week, those zany Glee kids rack up the potential to pay higher and higher fines.

? And though I’ll think of you, I guess, until the day I die; I think I miss you less and less as every day goes by… ? ?