MP3 = crime

Thank goodness we have clear-thinking and straight-talking people like Universal CEO Doug Morris among us!   Otherwise I wouldn’t have known just how big a scumbag I am.  Here’s a priceless quote from Billboard:

“These devices are just repositories for stolen music, and they all know it,” UMG chairman/CEO Doug Morris says. “So it’s time to get paid for it.”

Red Hot Chili Peppers, QOTSA, T.I. Rock For Zune

What a tool.  I’ve spent hundreds (if not thousands) of dollars on music – either through direct purchases from the iTunes Music Store, by ripping MY CDs and even by transferring songs off of MY vinyl.  I also seek out free music from legitimate online sources like Amazon and further.net.

Perhaps, to fight that frustrated feeling caused by all of these illegal repositories, Mr. Morris should consider a suppository.  It might loosen him up a bit.
[tags]MP3, ipod, Zune, Doug Morris, Universal Music Group, Amazon, further.net, Billboard, CDs, albums, crime[/tags]

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