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(mr) next

i've had sex with girls i didn't like. it's not that wrong to update your myspace and still be unhappy with the operation. it may seem like a passive aggressive approach, but sometimes people keep a profile active in a service to continue promoting their band...regardless of how self serving the platform has become. it's hard to deny the strong presence of myspace. people automatically go to myspace to search for a band page...sometimes before they even look for your own page. probably because they can see all the fans reactions, the blogs and top friends. that's more info than a regular site usually gives, and it's creating an insane amount of momentum for myspace. it reminds me of ex-girlfriends i had that were so hot i couldn't stop sleeping with them even after i broke up with them because they were so scandalous. it was hard to leave.

Bruce Houghton

Great analogy! But in this case the labels continue to have sex with their ex-girlfriend (MySpace), but are screwing themselves out of the orgasm($$$'s) by not signing the deal.

Can't quite convince myself that's smart...

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