Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Dominick, Oct 14, 2017.
...you don't visit record stores, you own most of them.
You know you have too many records when David Letterman calls his home office in Wahoo, Neb to do a Top Ten list about your having too many records.
When you suddenly remember that someone has borrowed a CD/album from you and hasn't returned it yet--but you really don't care because you have several copies of it on the shelves or "in the pile."
...you invited a record store owner to see all of your records, and he had to close his shop for a month!
Or could open a record store if you want to...
...Hollywood just uses you if they need stock music.
When you know you won't starve for at least the next 20 years if you carefully sell then off one or two at a time each day to pay for meals....
...your birth certificate is numbered like the White Album!
Or record stores visit you.
You can't remember if you have don't own something you see or you already have 2 copies so you buy it anyway.
All of the above!
...the entire music industry pretty much functions on your every wish and purchase!
The stacks of CDs not put away reach the ceiling, thus becoming shelves in their own right.
When you need this.
...the growth of the entire lumber industry practically hinges on your ongoing consumption of wood for your shelves!
I was gonna say..."if you've ever slept with a record". I never thought that one could sleep on top of the records!
...you have promo records for promo records.
...just playing every Miles Davis record you own would take you well into the 22nd century!
...you order protective sleeves and always purchase the bulk quantity.
...no merging of record label companies happens without you being consulted!
...Record Store Day fell on your birthday and you never once thought about your birthday!
If I walked into a record store that had my collection, I would freeze—with an enormous stiffy.
...you consider the birth of your first child and finding a mono copy of the Doors "Waiting For The Sun" to be equal high points in your life.
...you have records in the refigerator!
...you don't even use gift cards towards records because you buy so damn many to begin with that it doesn't even matter!
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