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(Freezenet)   Industry organizations in Canada: Hey guys, great you want to fight spam and all, but what we really want to do is to covertly install spyware on everyone's computers to keep the major record labels happy   (freezenet.ca) divider line 3
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2013-02-07 11:28:08 AM  
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meanmutton: It amazes me that people still pirate music in a day when you can get Spotify for what, $10 a month?

Then again, people are pirating House of Cards even though Netflix is only $8 a month and pirate all kinds of stuff that's free on Hulu.


You can't get Hulu in Canada. Or Spotify.

And Netflix Canada has about 1/3 of what Netflix US has.

BUT AT LEAST WE'RE PRESERVING OUR DISTINCT CULTURE BY PLAYING NICKELBACK SONGS ON THE RADIO!!!
2013-02-07 06:11:44 PM  
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meanmutton: It amazes me that people still pirate music in a day when you can get Spotify for what, $10 a month?

Then again, people are pirating House of Cards even though Netflix is only $8 a month and pirate all kinds of stuff that's free on Hulu.


Does spotify have really obscure bands from the early 70s? Like dust, cactus, weed, aardvark, spooky tooth, help, leaf hound, lucifers friend, captain beyond, are you even listening anymore?
2013-02-07 04:06:19 PM  
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