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Saturday, September 20, 2008

Cameron's i-pod broken

Former PR guru David Cameron's i-pod is broken, according to a Conservative HQ photostunt showing him frowning and pointing to the device. The Tory leader claimed it was Labour's fault for "fiddling" with it.

Cameron claimed that whereas in a previous generation it had been tvs that broke down, now the problem was MP3 players.

But according to the old Etonian, the problem highlighted the difference between Labour's approach and his own. Labour would waste money on one-to-one personal time with a trained professional in an aim to reintegrate the i-pod into society. Cameron would "heal" the i-pod by ending its dependence on crutches like rechargers. If the device didn't fix itself, he would rely on the good nature of well-meaning individuals to play with the settings. And if they couldn't fix it, he would punish the ipod by hitting it on the side of the table until it came to its senses.

A spokesperson from Apple said they had examined the offending item and found no fault with it, other than Cameron's faux-trendy music collection.


Mark Still News said...

Not really enough is done to expose Tory policies and remind folks what happened in the 80's and 90's?

tim f said...

Agreed, but not sure if you're suggesting that should be the purpose of this blog or that Labour generally should be doing that.

I don't know how many people read this blog but I imagine it stretches all the way into, ooh, double figures and nearly all people who already vote Labour.

If you mean Labour generally should be doing that more, I agree with you 100%.

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