It's stupid you dont actually own what you download off these streaming apps to your phone or Sd car

eastsideTT

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Im an early 2000s mp3 bootlegger. I dont have any fukkin streaming service on my phone straight up pirates mp3s i can be in a dead zone no servie and still bump 200 gigs of music

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yup. same here. salute bro :salute:

love having the 'hard files' for everything. fukk relying on middlemen and how my phone's data network decides to behave that day. never understood it.
 

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As with most things in life, it's a trade off.

Convenience, massive variety, portability, and affordability in exchange for ownership.
 

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About 10 years ago I was getting into arguments with people that the whole point of the industry pushing streaming and on-demand services was severing your permanent ownership of media. I used to get clowned on too :umad:

People just don't think about the repercussions of how they consume. Too late now, the DVD and CD industries are about shot.
 

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About 10 years ago I was getting into arguments with people that the whole point of the industry pushing streaming and on-demand services was severing your permanent ownership of media. I used to get clowned on too :umad:

People just don't think about the repercussions of how they consume. Too late now, the DVD and CD industries are about shot.

Tell my ex wife. :pachaha: She owns 3 storage units filled with her collection of DVD's.:beli::pachaha:
 
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