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  • I've Noticed alot of People Whining about Copyright Protected CDs...

    I was a reading some reviews over at amazon and it's a whine tasters convention.



    C'mon! Play the CD on your CD player! Can you blame an artist for wanting to protect his ****************?



    Also there's a way to get around it so I've read. Now you actually have to do a little reading and research to burn someone else's work and give it away for free.
    Yer Blues wrote:I am from the Beavis and Butthead generation.

  • #2
    I agree. I have one or two downloaded songs on my Ipod but most of them are copied from my collection. While i'll take the odd track for free, I'm definately not gonna complain when they try to protect it.
    Originally Posted by Tom Fucherheigen


    He is an adult now, but he is a child in the trousers.









    Originally Posted by clay sails


    This is essentially the same as married life, except that when you get married you share space with someone who washes your cum socks.

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    • #3
      I agree. I have one or two downloaded songs on my Ipod but most of them are copied from my collection. While i'll take the odd track for free, I'm definately not gonna complain when they try to protect it.
      Originally Posted by Tom Fucherheigen


      He is an adult now, but he is a child in the trousers.









      Originally Posted by clay sails


      This is essentially the same as married life, except that when you get married you share space with someone who washes your cum socks.

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      • #4





        Originally posted by Jimmy James

        I was a reading some reviews over at amazon and it's a whine tasters convention.



        C'mon! Play the CD on your CD player! Can you blame an artist for wanting to protect his ****************?



        Also there's a way to get around it so I've read. Now you actually have to do a little reading and research to burn someone else's work and give it away for free.




        Is this related to the spyware that Sony installs in your machine w/o your consent when using a music cd of theirs?



        I'm sorry but that is kinda crappy d00d.
        Yes, I hate you.

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        • #5





          Originally posted by Jimmy James

          I was a reading some reviews over at amazon and it's a whine tasters convention.



          C'mon! Play the CD on your CD player! Can you blame an artist for wanting to protect his ****************?



          Also there's a way to get around it so I've read. Now you actually have to do a little reading and research to burn someone else's work and give it away for free.




          Is this related to the spyware that Sony installs in your machine w/o your consent when using a music cd of theirs?



          I'm sorry but that is kinda crappy d00d.
          Yes, I hate you.

          Comment


          • #6
            The REAL problem is that distributors are no longer needed and the industry does not want to face the times.



            It's electronic data that can moved from a single computer to the entire world.



            Look at how INSANELY successful Apple has been by realizing that it's not 1980 anymore.
            Yes, I hate you.

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            • #7
              The REAL problem is that distributors are no longer needed and the industry does not want to face the times.



              It's electronic data that can moved from a single computer to the entire world.



              Look at how INSANELY successful Apple has been by realizing that it's not 1980 anymore.
              Yes, I hate you.

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              • #8
                It's not the fact that the disc is protected that

                people are upset about, it's that these discs

                install software on your computer without your

                knowledge and consent that can cause problems

                and slow your computer down.



                Who honestly uses their CD player anymore? I

                have used MP3s since 1996 or so, my CD player

                sits downstairs gathering dust except if I'm

                working down there. The computer has replaced

                the TV, the stereo, just about everything.
                ________________________________________
                music projects are now available online at http://aliensporebomb.com

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                • #9
                  It's not the fact that the disc is protected that

                  people are upset about, it's that these discs

                  install software on your computer without your

                  knowledge and consent that can cause problems

                  and slow your computer down.



                  Who honestly uses their CD player anymore? I

                  have used MP3s since 1996 or so, my CD player

                  sits downstairs gathering dust except if I'm

                  working down there. The computer has replaced

                  the TV, the stereo, just about everything.
                  ________________________________________
                  music projects are now available online at http://aliensporebomb.com

                  Comment


                  • #10





                    Originally posted by Jimmy James

                    I was a reading some reviews over at amazon and it's a whine tasters convention.



                    C'mon! Play the CD on your CD player! Can you blame an artist for wanting to protect his ****************?



                    Also there's a way to get around it so I've read. Now you actually have to do a little reading and research to burn someone else's work and give it away for free.




                    Well i can either buy a CD that wont let me rip the tracks to my pc to listen to at will.



                    Or i can download the music.







                    Keep stirring the **************** mr james *salute*

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                    • #11





                      Originally posted by Jimmy James

                      I was a reading some reviews over at amazon and it's a whine tasters convention.



                      C'mon! Play the CD on your CD player! Can you blame an artist for wanting to protect his ****************?



                      Also there's a way to get around it so I've read. Now you actually have to do a little reading and research to burn someone else's work and give it away for free.




                      Well i can either buy a CD that wont let me rip the tracks to my pc to listen to at will.



                      Or i can download the music.







                      Keep stirring the **************** mr james *salute*

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                      • #12





                        Originally posted by aliensporebomb

                        It's not the fact that the disc is protected that

                        people are upset about, it's that these discs

                        install software on your computer without your

                        knowledge and consent that can cause problems

                        and slow your computer down.



                        Who honestly uses their CD player anymore? I

                        have used MP3s since 1996 or so, my CD player

                        sits downstairs gatherine dust except if I'm

                        working down there. The computer has replaced

                        the TV, the stereo, just about everything.




                        Technology has made you lazy. Read the warning and use your CD player.



                        I use my CD player all the time.
                        Yer Blues wrote:I am from the Beavis and Butthead generation.

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                        • #13





                          Originally posted by aliensporebomb

                          It's not the fact that the disc is protected that

                          people are upset about, it's that these discs

                          install software on your computer without your

                          knowledge and consent that can cause problems

                          and slow your computer down.



                          Who honestly uses their CD player anymore? I

                          have used MP3s since 1996 or so, my CD player

                          sits downstairs gatherine dust except if I'm

                          working down there. The computer has replaced

                          the TV, the stereo, just about everything.




                          Technology has made you lazy. Read the warning and use your CD player.



                          I use my CD player all the time.
                          Yer Blues wrote:I am from the Beavis and Butthead generation.

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                          • #14





                            Originally posted by Jimmy James

                            I was a reading some reviews over at amazon and it's a whine tasters convention.



                            C'mon! Play the CD on your CD player! Can you blame an artist for wanting to protect his ****************?



                            Also there's a way to get around it so I've read. Now you actually have to do a little reading and research to burn someone else's work and give it away for free.




                            Pay musicians to play live.



                            Everything else is free.



                            THAT'S HOW IT SHOULD BE.



                            Hell isn't that exactly how 9,999,999 out of 10,000,000 bands make their money as I type?
                            Yes, I hate you.

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                            • #15





                              Originally posted by Jimmy James

                              I was a reading some reviews over at amazon and it's a whine tasters convention.



                              C'mon! Play the CD on your CD player! Can you blame an artist for wanting to protect his ****************?



                              Also there's a way to get around it so I've read. Now you actually have to do a little reading and research to burn someone else's work and give it away for free.




                              Pay musicians to play live.



                              Everything else is free.



                              THAT'S HOW IT SHOULD BE.



                              Hell isn't that exactly how 9,999,999 out of 10,000,000 bands make their money as I type?
                              Yes, I hate you.

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