The End is Near

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No not the campaign, the world. A sure sign is Billboard's new cell phone ringtone chart. Can't wait for the NYT rundown on the top smiley gifs each week.

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  1. Apparently a lot of electronic musicians in Eurpoe make more money from ring tones than CDs. You’re right, it is the end of the world.

  2. The Red Sox are going to win the world series under a red moon undergoing a lunar eclipse. If that ain’t a sign that end times are nigh, I don’t know what is.

  3. Am I just unhip, or are cell phone ringtones not just, like, cheesy?

  4. Ring tones, incoming and outgoing, are a $4 billion dollar business in Asia. Does that mean the world has already ended? Maybe that’s why the sox aren’t losing.

  5. When a ringtone starts up the chart with a bullet, it’ll probably be because somebody heard it one too many times at a rude volume in a public place, and shot the phonaddict.

    Kevin
    (guess what? Doesn’t have one of the damned things, yet.)

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