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Unread 07-02-2013, 10:26 AM   #16
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**** you *******.
I'm just as honest without the swear words.

But I do find that picture true for others I have known.

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Unread 07-02-2013, 10:32 AM   #17
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I haven't bought a CD in about 10 years, this was my first one since then. Yes, CD's is the only way I listen to music in my vehicle. I don't buy those stupidly over price music players. Never will.

I get that a lot. Plus video games. But they don't make bleeped out video games or Archer episodes. So taking out profane music is just one less thing I need to worry about.
For reference, you can get an older generation ipod with 16 gigs of memory for 50 bucks. Holds about 2,000 ish songs. And you dont have to carry all the cds everywhere.
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Unread 07-02-2013, 10:46 AM   #18
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Five Finger Death Punch?? the one with the Shock and Raw tour? Has albums the rightious side of hell and War is the answer? That Rob Halford sang with?

No swearing and you will have a 4 minute long album.

Walmart will take it back. they take back everything even if it was opened and used.
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Unread 07-02-2013, 10:52 AM   #19
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So they edit the vulgarity and leave the profane words?
Have you ever noticed on radio versions,
God damn becomes *beep* damn.
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The radio in my jeep and in my camper has a slot for both a USB stick and an SD card. I can carry a years worth of music and not mess with CDs except one time to copy them to the computer.

As for MP3 players. I have a bunch of cheap ones that all cost about $15 and work just fine, and no dealing with iTunes.

Serious question. I respect the desire to have clean language but why support those bands with your dollars at all? Seems to make more sense to buy from those who turn out a better product from the start.
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The radio in my jeep and in my camper has a slot for both a USB stick and an SD card. I can carry a years worth of music and not mess with CDs except one time to copy them to the computer.

As for MP3 players. I have a bunch of cheap ones that all cost about $15 and work just fine, and no dealing with iTunes.

Serious question. I respect the desire to have clean language but why support those bands with your dollars at all? Seems to make more sense to buy from those who turn out a better product from the start.
How do you sort the music on the USB drive? I think my radio has a slot, I might give that a try. I don't really know, its just a like of the song, a feel to it. Kind of like a woman, you cant explain it, you jut are attracted to her. Well, its that way for me anyhow. I am weird. I guess once I return it I won't be supporting them.
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I keep all my music in folders by artist/album. Sometimes I'll just dump a few random folders on to the usb and hit shuffle play and let it run. Any stereo that has a USB will have some option to select folders.
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I keep all my music in folders by artist/album. Sometimes I'll just dump a few random folders on to the usb and hit shuffle play and let it run. Any stereo that has a USB will have some option to select folders.
I'll try and play around with that today, thanks.
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So this is here for discussion. I bought a CD from Wal-Mart the other day. I wanted the clean version, i.e edited by their standards. Much to my surprise not every profane word is edited out. Yes, I don't listen to music with profanity, laugh all you want, its my choice. My questions is will they take it back once it is opened? I haven't had time to go back yet but I will tomorrow I think. I thought they were not allowed to sell music with profanity after a lawsuit or something like that? Flame suit on...and fire away!

The CD is 5FDP American Capitalist, they are pretty much my favorite band but I would like their music without the profanity. Hence why I gave the CD a try.
Once it's opened you can only exchange. They won't care if it wasn't fully edited that's not there problem. if you want another CD the same price they'll exchange. I work electronics at walmart this is how I know lol
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Unread 07-02-2013, 11:55 AM   #25
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Oh yeah I think there is an upper limit on f words. Once again, think about a PG-13 movie. It can say **** but only like 1 or 2 times before it becomes R-rated
My life is r rated lol
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Unread 07-02-2013, 11:57 AM   #26
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Unno if cds are like games but games can only be exchanged for the same game
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Once it's opened you can only exchange. They won't care if it wasn't fully edited that's not there problem. if you want another CD the same price they'll exchange. I work electronics at walmart this is how I know lol
But exchange for what, if the CD has language on it I don't want it. I listen to independent artist for the most part, not the big bands stores carry.
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Unread 07-02-2013, 01:57 PM   #28
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But exchange for what, if the CD has language on it I don't want it. I listen to independent artist for the most part, not the big bands stores carry.
Another CD lol but if CDs have the same copyright laws as games you have to exchange it for the same CD. It'd be a federal crime and a 10k fine if they let you get something different
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Another CD lol but if CDs have the same copyright laws as games you have to exchange it for the same CD. It'd be a federal crime and a 10k fine if they let you get something different
Please post the US code section for that law.
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Another CD lol but if CDs have the same copyright laws as games you have to exchange it for the same CD. It'd be a federal crime and a 10k fine if they let you get something different
Thats not true at all. Walmart is a dealer who owns the product before they sell it to you. They can choose how they credit you anyway they want. Its walmarts loss, not the creator of the game or CD.
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