Tuesday, March 25, 2008

what do you listen to?

So, what do you listen to? Does anyone still listen to the radio. Just like a regular radio station on the radio? Lately I've been listening a lot to Lucy and Ethel on XM radio. Oh, and Radio Disney for Brianna. I listen to my iTunes a lot when I'm at the computer. I take my iPod when I'm out walking or somewhere I know I'll have to wait a while. Once in a while I'll listen to a radio station online. Those are one from my hometown (but only for their morning show), The Edge from Phoenix and KROQ. It's really rare that I do that, though. I try to listen to the radio sometimes when I'm driving, but I hate commercials and having to hear songs I don't like. At least on my iTunes, they've all been picked by me. Does anyone still buy cd's? I know Rodrigo does when he wants all the songs but the last one he bought was about a year ago. So, anyway . . . tell me, tell me. I'm curious.


Anonymous said...

Our car has a CD player so we'll burn CD's or use ones we have.

Sometimes we'll listen to Jack which has alternative mixture of 80's and 90's. Or 104 something or other which has oldies(you know from the 80's). LOL.


Jesser said...

I only occasionally listen to the radio. It's kind of lame, but I mostly listen to books on CD for my 30 min commute. My sis gives me burned CDs of music she thinks I'll like (which I usually do). I think she's got a cheap Russian site she downloads from ... about the only time I listen to music is when I'm running and I don't have access to a TV. But radio generally pisses me off. I get bored of the commercials and I'm way too cheap to pay for satellite radio.

I don't think I've bought a CD in years.

Jodi said...

In my car, I listen mostly to NPR or Air America talk radio. I rarely listen to music at all anymore, which is kind of sad. Most of the L.A. stations suck. The one alternative station has crappy reception where I live. I do have the XM stations on my tv through DirectTV and will put that on if cleaning, etc. Usually Lucy, Ethel, 80s or Adult Alternative. I occasionally listen to music that I've ripped from cds on my non-iPod mp3 player, but I accidentally wiped it recently and haven't finished filling it back up!

Jodi said...

P.S. I don't have the kind of job where I'm at a desk and can listen at work. I know a lot of people listen to music then.

Michelle said...

I have to really want the CD to buy it. I listen to my iPod at work. At home, I listen to Sirius (through Dish Network) - I like channel 9, which is 90's music until now. If I'm in the car, I usually listen to NPR and when it's not on, I have a selection of music stations that I go through - mostly 80's, 90's, current stuff.