Blockbuster plans to close its remaining 300 U.S. stores, leading many to joke that they didn’t realize it still had stores in the first place. But it takes a lot to kill off a company. Just take a look at these stats from businesses presumed to be dead already.
Because not every celebrity can have an illustrious music career like Lindsay Lohan.
Here they are, all 47 (U.S. versions) of them, ranked in order from worst to best. This is written in stone; it cannot be changed because it’s science.
Kids these days will never know the joy of going to the record store to buy music on an inferior medium from a man who hates you.
Time to say “bye bye bye” to your paycheck.
Ever try to listen to a Discman in the car?
Everything you bought in the ’90s for $18 is now in the dollar bin.
A Japanese artist is turning old records into remarkable art.
Whether you’re in the middle of some Zen-like possessions purge, or just switching to vinyl and MP3s, here are fun ways to repurpose your discs.
Another reason why we should all be happy it isn’t 1996 anymore.
Incredible uses for old CDs and DVDs that you can do yourself! Time to get those AOL trial discs out of storage.
This picture sums up the ’90s pretty nicely.
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