I hate digital media purchases and only buy physical media where possible (I have thousands of blurays etc), but hate to break this to you - physical media is constantly degrading and will fail to be readable within years and definitely within your lifetime. I have had lots of burned discs become corrupted within just a couple of years despite meticulous care. Shop bought DVDs and Blurays are expected to fail and become unreadable after as little as 10 years after purchase and many people have had them fail well before that
You collect them, or you buy them? The point I'm making is they call it a collector's edition, like its a cask of whisky, or a Swiss watch. Makes me laugh at least. Turns out people who buy DVDs are a defensive bunch (lol)
I collect blu rays millions must or they would not keep producing them what an idiotic coment
Yeah ... Propaganda -The murder of love.....another banging tune (y)
The Blockheads played on zero released Frankie music. There's supposed to be a demo of them playing Relax but it has never come to light ... and considering every fart and squeak has been uncovered it would have surfaced by now. Norman Watt-Roy did come up with the basslines for Relax and Two Tribes which Horn then recreated on synths.
When I saw them live in 1984 on the Pleasuredome tour they all played live and were also excellent
They did play all their own instruments on the 2nd album.... probably why it's not remotely as good as the 1st one!
21/05/2021Expires on 21/05/2021Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
No, that's you failing to understand what I'm saying. YOU said that taking a subscription and watching one thing makes that the price for the one thing. At no time did I even hint that that was my position. Even in the comment you quoted I clearly say that's not the case. You really need to read what's there and not what you think it says. (lol)
Some very Baldrick comments here of late.
So by your definition paying £159 a year on a TV licence to only watch Blackadder makes it almost free. Wow. I've read some nonsense on this site over the years but you've excelled yourself with this 'logic' (lol) (lol) (lol)
If you buy a service and only watch a bit of it then you have paid that price for one thing. People don't buy the licence to watch one thing. Still waiting for you to prove how you work out the share percentage of watching this as being anything other than as near to free as can't effectively be differentiated.
If you pay for a service and only watch a bit of it that doesn't make that bit you watch 'free'.