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    You're always tripping though. It's easier in that state.

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    Smartphones have turned pleasures into penances.

    Even the people who would never admit to being overwhelmed by it will complain about how many shows there are to watch.

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    The really ridiculous thing is that the choice can become so overwhelming that you can end up watching nothing at all.

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    With music I'm increasingly finding every aspect of it irritating. Listening to it, buying it, thinking about it, reading about it, the way it's presented in the media. It's become like someone having a very loud conversation nearby whilst you're trying to concentrate.

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    i mean i could do acid every day but then the rozzers would bang me up so i use music as the thirdformatic stress psychedelic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by version View Post
    It's a very easy habit to fall into. You can stop listening to music, but you'll probably then go and watch a film or a show or play a game or read a book or watch some sport or read the news and the thought of not consuming any of those things leaves a void.
    Ive been reading alot lately but as a way of keeping my brain active in this long period of reslessness and nothingness ive been in,ive stared at a wall many a time already wouldnt really reccomend but hey all down to you

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    definitely listening to less music - and actually buying books generally these days not so much records or cds

    but probably because the emphasis on my needs has changed. using music for different purposes

    i used to listen to music to send myself OUT - to wire myself to the moon

    nowadays - having wired myself to said moon - i'm listening to it more to head IN

    probably seeking comfort rather than having my head ripped open

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