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Comment: Pfft (Score 1) 196

by ButchDeLoria (#48959517) Attached to: Music Doesn't Feature In the Pirate Bay's Top 100 Biggest Torrents
I'm a 20-something and a huge amount of my generation's pop music is terrible, and probably so is your's. You're right in that there's now a huge amount of selection, both of current and old music, but most of the good music is away from the bigger musical spotlights. Pop music of every generation is soulless garbage though.

Comment: Fuck The Olympics (Score 1) 232

by ButchDeLoria (#48671857) Attached to: Should Video Games Be In the Olympics?
Video games shouldn't be added simply so they're not even more stigmatized by the public and the media. The International Olympic Committee stands for nothing more than corruption and the breeding of children into pets that can do very specific tricks, win a medal, and 1) make money by being the face of sponsored cheap processed human chow if they're very lucky and good, or 2) fall into obscurity after training their entire life to be good at one arbitary physical activity. It's a human version of the Westminster Dog Show, but with slightly less inbreeding.

Comment: Re:I hate electronics consumer culture (Score 1) 269

by ButchDeLoria (#48591315) Attached to: Apple's iPod Classic Refuses To Die
Yes, if you're going to partake in frequently updating your consumer electronics, at least have the decency to sell or give away your old stuff. Reuse beats the hell out of recycle. Given the explosion in mobile phones for impoverished peoples (India and parts of Africa immediately come to mind), people will happily buy any phones. Manufacturers are currently rushing to create the perfect $30-40 smartphone, but donating an old Nokia sitting in your closet can help hold someone over until someone perfects the cheapo smartphone, if not satisfy all of their immediate needs.

Comment: Re:Wrong conclusion (Score 1) 269

by ButchDeLoria (#48591241) Attached to: Apple's iPod Classic Refuses To Die
Android phone user here (Oneplus One), most Android phones have fucking terrible DACs, short of HTC's devices. And your Archos tablet in question is very uncommon, using the same sorts of tiny HDDs that the iPod Classic used. Almost all Android devices I've seen besides Archos tablets all use flash storage which rarely comes larger than 64GB on high end devices, and currently even if other PMPs have microSD slots supporting 128GB cards, the iPod Classics can beat them in capacity. The only portable (as in pocketable) music player than I know of with decent build quality, storage capability greater than 128GB, and a good DAC is the iPod Classic.

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