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ok...why can't I swap my ac cord?

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The charger for the iPod is very similar to the adapter for my powerbook. However, the iPod has an 8 shape for the hole, and the PB has a "B" shape for the hole, so I can't swap the 3-prong cord into it. Does this seem stupid to anyone? It's storming out and I am about to go for a 3 hour drive to the beach so I need to charge my iPod before I leave. I'd rather use the 3 prong for the grounding.
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