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Anybody have one of those neato "Eye of the Storm" things? It's a globe with a center that shoots electricity out, and you can touch it and attract the lightning?

Well tonight I sat my iPod down next to my Eye of the Storm and it FLIPPED THE HELL OUT. It started beeping wildly, the menu started scrolling up and down and playing songs, and the backlight started flashing on and off. I pulled the iPod quickly away, and it stopped. I slowly moved it closer to the Eye of the Storm and it started doing it again. Something about the intense electricity that the Storm emits, really messes with the iPod. It's funny as hell to watch, but scared the heck out of me the first time.
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Anybody have one of those neato "Eye of the Storm" things? It's a globe with a center that shoots electricity out, and you can touch it and attract the lightning?

Well tonight I sat my iPod down next to my Eye of the Storm and it FLIPPED THE HELL OUT. It started beeping wildly, the menu started scrolling up and down and playing songs, and the backlight started flashing on and off. I pulled the iPod quickly away, and it stopped. I slowly moved it closer to the Eye of the Storm and it started doing it again. Something about the intense electricity that the Storm emits, really messes with the iPod. It's funny as hell to watch, but scared the heck out of me the first time.
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That's a good thing to know since I'm planning to get an iPod
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hmmm, that sounds like it'd do some damage...but would look and sound pretty stinkin cool
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