iTunes has rules

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10 Responses to “iTunes has rules”
  1. Listen to me. I tell you, man, you must believe. Don’t You Ever be down.

  2. ms_violet says:

    However, there is no provision concerning “don’t pull your love out on me, baby.” although I think “don’t do me like that” would cover anything otherwise undefined.

  3. autodidactic says:

    The explicit tag on “Don’t Look Now” intrigues me.

  4. Anonymous says:


    This has gone nothing to do with anything (except analysis of movies and being completely awesome), but you have GOT to see this if you haven’t already:

    On topic: Don’t Eat The Yellow Snow. Don’t Hide It Provide It. Don’t Mistake Me For Miss January. Don’t Ya Rile ‘Em. And finally, Don’t You Ever Wash That Thing?

  5. samedietc says:

    These are all negative rules, injunctions against doing things–where are iTunes commands to do things?

    • Todd says:

      Obviously, iTunes takes its cue from the Ten Commandments. Where was the tablet that said “Remember to enjoy life?”

      • samedietc says:

        The Gospel according to Sarah McLachlan states, “Do What You Have to Do”; while the competing Gospel of Acid House Kings states, “Do What You Want to Do”–but the Gospels never did agree.

  6. vinic says:

    I’m surprised iTunes isn’t more narcissistic with a “Don’t You Forget About Me” rule. It doesn’t want us to lose faith in it, of course, but its marketing battle seems far more concerned with ensuring you never forget it even exists.