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JoeBiker   5/28/2009 2:34:31 PM
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I agree that videos, in general, are over priced. They seem to be priced base on what it cost to produce them, or their bandwidth requirments, rather than what they are worth to the end user. I will listen to an a song dozens of times, but only watch a video once, so a song is worth more to me than a video. I would be willing to pay a reasonable price for a video rental, but the prices aren't reasonable.

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