Alphax: "The better question is this: How is it that, half a century later, we still follow a chart called the Hot 100 to measure which songs are dominating our earbuds, our streets, our beaches, our dancefloors, our American lives? We don't listen to transistor radios anymore, or buy seven-inch 45-RPM vinyl (not in quantity, anyway). Why is this chart still around?"
ReapTheChaos: Except that movies take forever to download, take up huge amounts of hard drive space and unless it's been released on DVD all you're going to get is some crap quality home video version that was recorded in the theater.
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