Don't Let Paul Ryan Play With Your iPod Because He Will Do This To You [Video] | Cult of Mac

Don’t Let Paul Ryan Play With Your iPod Because He Will Do This To You [Video]



The most important thing I learned while watching the Republican National Convention last night, is this: Don’t let Paul Ryan use your iPod, ever! Because he will totally make fun of your music library at the biggest political rally of the year. Even if you’re his running mate for el Presidente.

During his speech last night, Paul Ryan mentioned how he and Governor Mitt Romney are a full generation apart. To expound on their age difference, Ryan took a few digs at Romney’s iPod, while boasting about his own. Check out the video below to hear Ryan’s diss (it starts at the 12:54 mark)

“There are the songs on his iPod, which I’ve heard on the campaign bus, and I’ve heard it on many hotel elevators. He actually urged me to play some of these songs at campaign rallies. I said ‘Look, I hope it’s not a deal breaker Mitt, but my playlist, it starts with AC/DC and it ends with Zepplin.'”

Oh, burn! Lesson learned Mitt. Our sincerest condolences. I can only imagine Ryan’s fury if he ever found out that my playlist starts with Bieber and ends with Swift. I just can’t help it.


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