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Thursday, May 18, 2006

I CAN'T HATE YOU ANYMORE

iTunes is the best and worst creation ever. I'm just hyper because I bought a certain album by a certain member of a now-defunct boy-band. For people like me who thrive from immediate gratification, woo hoo, it's fantastic! On the flip side, it feeds into my immediate gratification needs. Comme ce, comme sa. You hear a song you like? Go to iTunes and you can download the song for an affordable $0.99 (or $9.99 per album). No tax, no handling fee. Like I need to "sell" iTunes to anyone reading this. If you're reading this blog, you're "with it" enough to use the internet and iTunes and have probably spent more money than I have buying songs you just can't live without. Who am I kidding, it really is the best (not the worst) creation ever. Simple, easy, and oh-so-satisfying.

4 comments:

Mitch Glaser said...

So you bought Lance Bass's album? Or was it A.J. McLean's?

(Despite my ability to use the internets, I'm not so "with it")

On a more serious note, I never had a doubt you would give into temptation and contribute towards the renassiance of Nick Lachey. From the ashes of a made-for-TV marriage, this man-child and graduate of Boy Band U. will rise like a phoenix back into the top of the charts and the hearts and minds of the American public.

Immediate gratification is no sin, it's the paradigm under which our generation was raised. But I don't think iTunes is the best creation ever, Hometown Buffet is. Talk about "simple, easy, and oh-so-satisfying"! If only Nick Lachey would perform at Hometown Buffet...

p.s. Is the song called "I Can't Hate You Anymore" or "I Can't Hate You Any More"?

chizi said...

Hahaha, Nick Lachey headlining at Hometown Buffet...if that's not a marriage made in heaven, well I don't know what is!

And yes, the song is called, "I Can't Hate You Anymore."

scmusicals said...

Actually, I prefer going the subscription route to be able to download, but not "own" as many songs as I want on my non-iPod mp3 player. It's a pretty spiffy deal for $9.99 a month. Oh...and if I chose to buy a specific track...it's sold to me at 79 cents. Woo hoo!

Anonymous said...

i'm addicted to downloading tv shows. i just wish they'd get more current hit shows! (i'm signing anonymous because i can't remember my password again) -t

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