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19 hours ago, Sneakeater said:

I guess I avoid that problem by sticking to the incredibly antiquated expedient of only listening to music I own.  (I'm not trying to be superior or anything about this.  It's nothing more than a habit.)

That would certainly solve my problem, but since I don’t only read books or watch movies I own, let alone only look at paintings I own, it seems a bit arbitrary.

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