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By Veryfunny - / Thursday 23 February 2012 23:52 / Australia
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Who has a "bunch of CDs"? I'm foor and still have an iPhone and a computer with all my music. You must be really poor or your just stuck in the 90s

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Or he likes having his music collection backed up by CDs. Just in case, you know, the computer or iPhone dies.

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The OP probably /also/ has iTunes. He seems to enjoy music A LOT. And over 1,000 CD would be what? Over 10,000 songs to purchase. Why buy what you already own?

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We still buy most of our music on CDs so if the computer crashes we still have the music. And we like having the little books that come with the CDs. It's all on our iPods too, but we still like having the originals. That and most CDs are cheaper now than buying on iTunes.

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There's nothing fun about this, how could you say such an ignorant heartless thing you cunt nugget!!! This is FML and people here expect no less than serious, sincere and intelligent comments!!! Titty sprinkles.

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Rabble rabble bitch bitch* go comment on his post *rabble rabble bitch moan* instead of on the main post k thanx bye.

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If you're serious about your sound quality, you're still not using CDs. You're sticking with vinyl, not digital. For storage and organizational purposes, you want to go with mp3s, for incredibly obvious reasons.

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Old folk use wax cylinders. CDs are used by people with comb-overs, Hawaiian shirts and mid-life crises.

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iPods can get you great sound if you have the proper sound system, but CD's still beat out an iPod when your in a car. Can't bring your Bose sound system, can you?

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Well first of all, the CDs might be old, the OP could quite possibly be in their 30s or 40s and still have a collection of CDs. That and CDs do have better audio quality than an mp3 or other audio formats (aside from possibly WAVE and FLAC formats, which are both lossless, and use a lot of space as a result, which is why music is encoded into mp3s for, well mp3s and ipods, so they can fit more in the space they have. Personally I prefer buying CDs as opposed to itunes or amazon mp3 since I rip m

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My husband and I are in our 20s and we still buy CDs. Then you have the original if your computer crashes, and most CDs are now cheaper than on iTunes.

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Its alright Hayley, I'm 19 and probably buy a CD or two every week. I prefer to avoid iTunes whenever possible

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I'm 18 and I buy probably ten or so CDs a month. I get them cheaper than digital files usually.

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I'm 17 and have been buying CDs for 2 years now. I always prefer the physical copy because of the sound quality and the booklet + you can always import the CD on iTunes.

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Valentines day is an important holiday for me! The valentines fairy comes once a year to put presents under your trees, but only if you say "trick-or-treat" and find the eggs in your backyard!!!

Don't reorganize them. Whenever you feel like listening to music, just pick a random case and pop whatever's in it in the cd player. Make the best of it.

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