Compact Disc

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[[Image:Discus.jpg|thumb|[[Nero]] likes to make coasters for all of his friends.]]
 
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In modern times the Mexican electronics giant [[Sony]] Inc. has started using <nowiki>Cassette tapes</nowiki> CDs for their own nefarious purposes. The media portrays CDs as nothing more than a way to store music, but in fact they react with fluoride in the drinking water to allow the Soviet mind control rays to force us to watch [[Janet Jackson]]'s "wardrobe malfunction" over and over and over again.
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In modern times the Mexican electronics giant [[Sony]] Inc. has started using CDs for their own nefarious purposes. The media portrays CDs as nothing more than a way to store music, but in fact they react with fluoride in the drinking water to allow the Soviet mind control rays to force us to watch [[Janet Jackson]]'s "wardrobe malfunction" over and over and over again.
   
 
CD's (Castable Disks, named after their first uses as frisbees invented by AOL) were a really expensive way to store music and porn until [[Bill Gates]] invented the [[MP3]] (Music Player) players and Pv1.0 (porn viewer v. 1.0). In 1999 [[RIAA]] (a Really Irritating Acronym Again) abandoned the CD format and started to offer music freely - thanks to the MP3 format which cut the production expenses - in p2p (phree 2 people) networks. The Pv1.0 no longer in use, as it has been replaced by a sony rip off.
 
CD's (Castable Disks, named after their first uses as frisbees invented by AOL) were a really expensive way to store music and porn until [[Bill Gates]] invented the [[MP3]] (Music Player) players and Pv1.0 (porn viewer v. 1.0). In 1999 [[RIAA]] (a Really Irritating Acronym Again) abandoned the CD format and started to offer music freely - thanks to the MP3 format which cut the production expenses - in p2p (phree 2 people) networks. The Pv1.0 no longer in use, as it has been replaced by a sony rip off.

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