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How I used to feel when a Now or Kidz Bop commercial came on
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    and now youre a believer

    if ur reading this ur hot


  • Assy McGee Banned
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    Not a trace of doubt in his mind.


  • ShoeHands
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    I'm in love. Oooooo ooooo I'm believer I couldn't leave her if I tried.


  • Toonami
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    I just don't understand how Kidz Bop was ever a thing, much less how it's still a thing.


  • SwimSuperHero
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    I hate those ads. I just changed the channel when I saw them.
    I do the same with Flo ads only quicker.

    Usopp Fanatic since 2003.


  • SwimStar
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    I still have a NOW THAT'S WHAT I CALL MUSIC cd from '04

    "Right. Because it seems to me that you’re exhibiting symptoms of depression, low self worth and anxiety."
    "Those are all different things, right?"


  • Assy McGee Banned
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    How is it?


  • Toonami
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    QuebecElegy said:

    I still have a NOW THAT'S WHAT I CALL MUSIC cd from '04

    I have a copy of Now 5 somewhere. Think that's the only one of those I ever bought.


  • IB
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    aren't they in the 30s or 40s now for the versions?

    too many of them

    Established October 30, 2004


  • Banned
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    Who the heck even buys those things? People that don't know about the internet?

    POOP


  • IB
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    that's a good question!

    i'm sure it's those granny's and grandpa's that are watching tv and thinking it's a good idea for their grandkids... TERRIBLE IDEA GRANDPEOPLE

    Established October 30, 2004


  • ShoeHands
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    Clearly enough people like it to keep them in business. I seriously doubt THAT many kids are having this crap forced upon them... simply by law of averages.

    The era of the fancy signature has come to a final end.


  • IB
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    you make a valid point :)

    although, I am surprised CDs are still here, because technology

    Established October 30, 2004


  • ShoeHands
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    Why are DVDs still here, and why is Blu-Ray still highly marketable? That physical disk feels good to have. It makes no damned sense, but having a hard copy (sorta, it's still digital) is warm fuzzies. Streaming can't replace that. Nor can it replace the DRM-free nature of the disk.

    The era of the fancy signature has come to a final end.


  • SwimVIP Banned
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    In terms of visual output, most streaming services suck hard; while a Blu-Ray disk gives the cleanest lossless picture.

    (Same goes in the audio department for CD's really. Or even vinyl.)

    "Wait, I don't remember 'Allahu Akbar' being in the lyrics..." - Eagles Of Death Metal


  • ShoeHands
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    Vinyl needs to die in a fire.

    The era of the fancy signature has come to a final end.


  • IB
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    so true!

    I love my dvds though! and my personal opinion, blue ray came out too soon after dvds in my opinion.. everyone was getting comfy with the transition to dvds, and then boom! blue ray

    I still do not own a blue ray player

    Established October 30, 2004


  • SwimVIP Banned
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    Runescapian said:

    Vinyl needs to die in a fire.

    Son, those are fighting words.

    "Wait, I don't remember 'Allahu Akbar' being in the lyrics..." - Eagles Of Death Metal


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    That's how I feel when all of the commercials come on....especially that Flo.....

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    "What do you mean lower myself? That's the only thing I've ever been. Just a simple human that couldn't save a little girl" -Edward Elric


  • ShoeHands
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    PS3/PS4 play Blu-Ray, so I can watch Blu-Ray. Not something I really thought about because I already had the PS3. Also doesn't help that I didn't give a care about movies til recently.

    The era of the fancy signature has come to a final end.


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