This Classical Musician Has Pop Music On His iPod!
John Man is a professional classical musician, which means he spends a lot of his time doing classical music type things. Presumably this includes wearing frilly clothes, eating bon bons, and of course, listening to nothing but classical music on his iPod.
“Classical musicians listen to classical music on iPods,” said Commentator Bob. “Everyone knows that.”
Recently, in a high profile interview designed to advertise some upcoming concerts in your area, Man revealed that he actually has other styles of music on his iPod and he listens to that sort of music regularly, for fun.
Commentator Bob was astonished. “I’m not sure I understand. I thought you said he was a classical musician? I am definitely going to have to buy a ticket to his concert because now I am so interested.”
Other people also expressed an interest in Man’s concerts after hearing about his extraordinary iPod. “When I saw a photo of just another classical musician smiling playfully in a wind tunnel I didn’t think much of it,” said Mr Sniffles, keen concert-goer. “But then I learned that this guy actually listens to pop music on his iPod. But he’s a classical musician…pop music…what a twist!”
We wanted to find out more about this incredible situation, so we spoke to Man himself via his agent who spoke on behalf of Man for himself. “What is special about Man is that he breaks The Mould,” he said. “He really hates mould.”
Man reportedly listens to pop music on his iPod using his ears, which notably exist in this very century and so he can do that. We found a scientist who was able to explain this to us. “It is likely that anyone alive today would be able to listen to any music written at some point between any time ever and right now,” he said. “In a sense, there is nothing interesting or surprising about this at all.”
Commentator Bob was pleased to be still talking about Man’s iPod. “What is most impressive about this is how I expected him to have one sort of music on his iPod but I was surprised when I discovered he had other sorts of music on his iPod,” he said. “Let me explain…”