Ahmadinejad "not impressed" by Zune


“You know, the song sharing feature is nice. But the interface is kind of hinky, and frankly the reliability just isn’t there. For my money, if you need a consumer electronics device for a mission critical task, like detonating IEDs in Iraq, you still can’t do better than the iPod. Allah be praised.”

That was Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, speaking at MacWorld Persia last week. Much love, Mahmoud. Four thousand Nanos are on their way as we speak. Oh, and we managed to track down a box of those wacky aluminum cylinders you wanted. Thanks for bringing peace and stability to your strife-torn region. Namaste.