OT: CompUSA Collecting personal information / Is this a trend?

Eric Jensen eric at emstraffic.com
Tue Feb 1 11:18:24 MST 2005


Jayce^ wrote:

>On Monday 31 January 2005 08:35 pm, Sasha Pachev wrote:
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>> > Meh, they also sell country music, which I hate very much.  But I'll
>> > still go there to buy my precious Goldfishes.  I'd never leave the house
>> > if I stopped shopping at every store that out of thousands of products,
>> > carried something I didn't approve of.
>>
>>Eric:
>>
>>There difference between "don't like" and "consider morally wrong,
>>unethical, harmful to the community, and/or blatantly and purposefully
>>disrespectful of the local religion, values, and heritage". 
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>You're right, "Don't like" is way too nice of a thing to say about country 
>music.  Sasha, Kudos for putting it correctly :)
>
><prepare for stuarts counter flame>
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Agreed, I think country music falls under all those.  They definately 
don't help moral values, anything related to the music industry is 
hardly ethical, I find the attitude and image it pushes harmfull to the 
community, and it displays plenty of disrespect to western heritage.



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