OMG CALDER JUST DREW A PICTURE AND SAID IT WAS A BOAT. IT ALMOST LOOKED LIKE A BOAT.
So anyways. Calder will never know the pleasures of trying to guess where to place the needle in order to listen to the particular song you want to hear or the joy of wondering why no one else in you second grade class knows what an 8 track even is. These days it's all MP3s. Even my beloved (and still in my possession) CD player is considered passe. In the tradition of my upbringing you bet your ass Calder is familiar with this outmoded technology. Sometimes he'll get a CD and put in in the machine himself. He's even been exposed to cassette tapes before. Unlike my childhood however, I have not denied Calder access to the height of music technology. Not only does he listen to music using my ipod hooked up to speakers, he even knows how to use It himself. Ok so maybe it's like the oldest ipod currently in operation but it's still mostly current technology. Well, it's not TOTALLY obsolete. Yes, I know your house phone is smaller than it. Shut up, buy me a new one if you think it's so funny.
Sometimes I just like to flip through my play lists and try think think of the least likely thing that anyone else would be listening to and then I play that.
What am I listening to? Oh you wouldn't know it. They are really only big in like, Berlin and if I tell you then everyone will find out about them and it just won't be the same.