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I have the regular stations saved, but i always listen to my music on the usb-stick. What does this say?
That you are stuck in a rut.
I have over 1400 songs on it, adding more every now and then. I dont think i'm "stuck"
Not really, I have every station thats receivable in my area saved bar the classic music ones. Still got a number free if I pick up another sonetime.
That tells me you're a hoarder lol
I have a bluetooth to fm converter so I really dont have any stations saved
That says a lot about you.
In my experience, if we're talking music tastes in general rather than just radio, they tell a lot more about people that most would think. Some people disagree with me, but maybe they think I talk about some really specific conclusions, while I just glean some general stuff, pretty reliably at that.
Guessing most people don't save any radio stations anymore. My car doesn't have any saved.. Our family van has some SiriusXm stations saved though.. And you'd probably think I'm nuts if you saw the mix of stations the wife and kids have saved.
There you go. You're nuts.
Carplay all day everyday. Why would I use radio station?
It's more exciting when your favorite song comes on without you having anything to do with it.
Let me tell you about this shuffle feature.
pandora crying in a corner
Personally, my stations are very diverse.
What does it tell you, beyond music preferences?
You don't think music tastes give you a sense into a person's personality?
Not that much. I've often been surprised by people's particular music preferences. Even if I've known them a while. And people have been surprised by mine. There doesn't seem to be a tight/consistent correlation between music and personality.
Just lol at listening to commercials in your own car.
Not all stations have commercials
Who doesn't like Christian rock?