MyFoxDC Reports

A little girl thought she was getting an iPod for Christmas but ended up getting a rude surprise. She got the box but when she opened it up, she found a surprising switch: the iPod had been replaced with a bizarre note.
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Jay Ellis, the girls father, returned the ipod to the Germantown, Md. Wal-Mart store where he purchased it. The store manger told him that another customer returned an iPod with a similar issue.

Contents of the note:

Reclaim your mind from the media shackles. Read a book and resurrect yourself. To claim your capitalistic garbage, go to your nearest Apple store.

Video story here.

Looks like it might be a disgruntled Apple employee.

Thanks MJ Hopper.



  1. plasmo says:

    LOL its true. ipods are capitalistic garbages

  2. Balbas says:

    I hope Apple doesn’t just fire the moron responsible. They need to prosecute and imprison.

    And give a free iPod to those who were cheated.

  3. RTaylor says:

    There things are shrink wrapped in China and shipped by air. More likely a disgruntled Walmart employee with access to a shrink wrap table.

  4. Dumb Foreign Fucks says:

    #1 – Plasmo, you need swim back to your country. Learn how to write while you’re at it.

  5. AdmFubar says:

    uhm arent book publishers part of the media capitalistic garbage??

    trade one evil for another…

  6. Angel H. Wong says:

    Books don’t have buttons henceforth the Apple Stores should sell them too.

  7. Rich says:

    My note would have said: “Stay away from cheap, over-priced Apple hardware crap. Take this faggy, trendy Ipod back and get yourself a nice Philips flash player.”

  8. Apple Fan says:

    #7 I thought the Philips flash player was only marketed to gay guys? Oh, nevermind…

  9. BubbaRay says:

    At least she won’t have to worry about changing the battery…

  10. MikeN says:

    Now we know what Misanthropis scott does in his spare time.

  11. Professor Johnnycakes says:

    I recognize that font… isn’t it “Cupertino”?

  12. Glenn E. says:

    Ya know, I serious doubt that the world’s worse manual typerwriter would print that badly. It looks more like it was printed with single letter rubber stamps. But why do it that way, if you have access to a decent PC and printer. They can’t trace ink jet printing, to a specific model & unit. So I’m guessing it was a Walmart employee. Because they’re much more likely to not have a home PC, or be literate enough to at least get the grammer right. So they should just look for some one with ink stained fingers. Because they probably have a few hot iPods at home.

  13. Shadowbird says:

    Once they found out whoever did this, someone’s getting Steved.

  14. Brandon says:

    This looks like a case of shopdropping to me.


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