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James Hull
James Hull
You know what really bums me out? I drove my mom's car today and tried to find some music to listen to on the radio. Of a good 25 different stations, I couldn't find a goddamn one that played music. You know, that thing that music stations are supposed to play. All I got were talk shows, advertisements, more talk shows, and one telling me to accept Jesus Christ into my life.

Radios are the new MTV.
2 years ago  |  Comments (10)  |  + 21 Ditto
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Preston IH8Sponsors
Well did you accept Jesus?
#1  Posted 2 years ago  |  + 2 Funny
James Hull
I would've but I drove out of range of the station when they started giving me the toll-free number to call.
#1  Posted 2 years ago
Preston IH8Sponsors
One day James. One day. Then Jesus.
#2  Posted 2 years ago
bdoomed Moose
this is why i just listen to my iphone
#2  Posted 2 years ago  |  + 4 Ditto
James Hull
Usually I do, but the converter I have for my car goes into a cassette player(my car's old) and my mom's car is too new to have that, but not new enough for any built-in ports. Forced to listen to fuckin' hipster stations O_O
#1  Posted 2 years ago
bdoomed Moose
you poor doomed child.
#2  Posted 2 years ago
littledogs13 Whatevah
It seems like if you want to listen to music you either need your mp3 player or an app like Pandora. That's what I do, but only because my car radio is busted.
#3  Posted 2 years ago
James Hull
It's usually what I do, but my mom's car is such a heap of shit that I wasn't given that convenience, haha.
#1  Posted 2 years ago
Andersean Sponsor
If I do not have an iPod plugged in and there is nothing good on the radio I just listen to the engine.
#4  Posted 2 years ago
James Hull
My car's engine sounds like a ceiling fan. There's nothing entertaining to that.
#1  Posted 2 years ago
Andersean Sponsor
My mom's car has a flat four and sounds like a little cordless vacuum, I still listen to it. But everyone likes what they like.
#2  Posted 2 years ago
Murph Bearded4Lyfe
My solution: always have podcasts loaded up on my phone to listen to on speaker phone
#5  Posted 2 years ago
MoltenSlowa
Ra...dio?

What is this...radio?
#6  Posted 2 years ago
joezombie19 Sponsor
In desperate times i have resorted to singing along to the music in my head

Post edited 7/14/12 2:10AM
#7  Posted 2 years ago
gregory super secret
DId you try switching from AM to FM?
#8  Posted 2 years ago  |  + 1 Ditto
suppi Omega
We have a radio station that will play an ad for itself. It'll play clips of music that they air, then end with "You're listening now. Hear all the top song here. You are listening now!"

Then it goes to commercials.

The way they play the station's advert sounds like you're going to listen to some god damn music NOW, but then it turns to a Pepsi commercial.
#9  Posted 2 years ago
BuckeyeDon
Yeah, MTV. I remember the days when it actually showed videos, and pretty much nothing but videos (and just enough commercials to pay the bills) and the Mighty Martha Quinn.

When she left, there wasn't really anything worth tuning in for.
#10  Posted 2 years ago
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