Politics is full of them - iPod users, that is.
This week's new candidate for the political iPod-ulist is UK deputy prime minister John Prescott, who revealed his secret possession of an iPod nano.
Speaking to a local Bristol radio station, the Jaguar driver revealed that he eschews the Apple-supplied white headphones in favour of a black pair. "I don't want to advertise it's an iPod," he explained.
His songs? According to The Independent, these include 'A Town Called Malice' by The Jam, 'Fairground' by Simply Red, and 'Strange Fruit' by Billie Holiday.
Prescott's no techno-dunce, unlike current UK prime minister Tony Blair, he actually knows how the iPod nano works, it seems.