(Don’t forget to give me more movie suggestions in the comment section of yesterday’s post. Thanks to all who have already suggested! And, Scott… I’m sorry. Nacho Libre cannot make up one’s entire DVD collection. Variety is the spice of life. And, otherwise I might start talking like Nacho Libre all the time. And that would be a tragedy indeed. Now, on to today’s post….)
The only bright point in my quest for free pizza was the 25 free downloads I got from a music company. This company is called eMusic and I actually like them a lot. For $10 a month you get 30 downloads. That’s a good deal. I had a subscription with them for quite awhile, but I found that 30 downloads a month was actually too much for me. I was getting more music than I could enjoy. That, coinciding with a budget re-working in our home, led me to cancel my subscription. They were even great about that. In fact, I’d give their customer service 5 big fat stars. Since cancelling, I’ve often regretted it and considered starting my subscription again.
Why does this post sound so much like a commercial? Because, in a way, it is. If I get a friend to sign up, we both get free downloads. In fact, you get 25 free songs out of the deal. In fact, I’m pretty sure that you get 25 free songs if you just try it out.
Bottom line: I like free stuff. I like music. I really like free music. If any of you wanted to sign up, I’d get free music. Otherwise, I’ll probably keep it a few months and then cancel again.
So, go to eMusic’s site. Browse around and see if they have artists you like. Then, e-mail me or leave me a comment if you’re interested and I’ll get them to give us free music.
One more thing about me: It takes a long time for any company or product to be worthy of my recommendation. Companies easily fall from grace and are boycotted by me. (Ask Britty if you don’t believe me. She has many stories of places I won’t go or restaurants I won’t eat at because I’m boycotting them.) So, if I recommend anything that you’ll spend your hard-earned cash on, I really think it’s worth it.
Commerical over. Regular blogging may resume.