That reminds me of the scene in Life on Mars where Sam is in the old record store and says to Annie, paraphrasing, "Eveything you see here will one day become obsolete and will be replaced by CD's and digital music that you listen to on mp3 players, this big. And the sound is...well it's much worse."
I must confess that I play my music pretty loud at home (good thing I have sound proof walls) & in the car.
On my 50th birthday, I was stopped by the police because of loud car music. I told the cop "it was my 1/2 century birthday so I was entitled, so there." Head still bobbing, music blasting while I was doing my "car dance" during the whole convo. Got off with a warning.
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