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Thursday, October 05, 2006

CD of your choice



Where do you buy your CDs?

Pirate CDs are being sold on the street, agree or don’t but when the pockets are empty one doesn’t have much choice.
Well in Tuzla lots of things are up side down so people are bending corners whenever they can.

13 Comments:

Blogger Curly said...

Yes, many a time I have made purchases such as these in eastern Europe.

Curly's Photoshop

05 October, 2006 01:16  
Anonymous Kate said...

I think I've seen CD's sold in many unlikely places all over the world: coffee shops, flea markets, thrift stores, street corners, mercados--some are authentic and some are pirate versions. One thing they have in common is that CD's are popular!

05 October, 2006 05:19  
Blogger Olivier said...

A voir comme cela, je le prennais pour un petit kiosque sympathique de livres. En Paris , on trouve des fois au marches aux puces des vendeurs a la sauvette de CD Pirates.

05 October, 2006 06:17  
Anonymous Bunyamin Najmi said...

Jazzy, I tought only in my country people sold pirate cd on the street

05 October, 2006 07:19  
Blogger Kris said...

they sell so openly?
well...the cheapest ones we can get is about 3,5 euro. not bad right?

05 October, 2006 10:40  
Blogger ~tanty~ said...

Reminds me of my home country. Pirate CD's are everywhere!

05 October, 2006 10:53  
Blogger selana18 said...

We have the same phenomenon in Greece but without this ombrella !
Nice shot.

05 October, 2006 14:40  
Blogger Keropok Man said...

Pirates are everywhere. Sigh.... In some countries, pirates even have free home delivery!

05 October, 2006 19:22  
Blogger Owen said...

It's a bit like Fairtrade - you need to think a bit further back down the supply line than what you see on the shelf/rack.

UK Trading Standards officers make the point that sales of pirated CDs and DVDs often go to fund organised crime networks.

You pays your money and you takes your choice.

05 October, 2006 20:13  
Blogger Sarah said...

I haven't bought a CD in a long time. I do often buy online through iTunes, but also check out a lot of CDs from the library! They are free!

05 October, 2006 23:31  
Blogger Stefan Jansson said...

Havent seen that in Sweden yet, but we have PirateBay so...

05 October, 2006 23:59  
Blogger Jazzy said...

curly – bare in mind that tuzla is in balkans =)

kate – yes they’re very popular, great business for everyone hehe

olivier – no city is spared of the pirates it seems

banyamin – no one is spared =)

kris – yeah on the street, just like that.

tanty =)

selana – we should supply you with umbrellas =)

keropok – didn’t expect that, how convenient (joking) =)

oven – i agree with you totally but i have to add that these kind of “businesses” in Tuzla are mostly run by ordinary people, mostly young people who copy music at home and try to make a bit of money for themselves.
when you realize that unemployment is running at 40% at the moment and that is especially hard for young people to find a job than in that case one can’t really judge them for trying to make their way out.

sarah – glad you mentioned library, great way to get music, i did that a few times =)

stefan – i heard a story about it, obviously pirates in bosnia are not as sophisticated as the Swedish Pirate(s)Bay =)

thank you all for your amiable comments.

06 October, 2006 00:42  
Anonymous Hydrocodone said...

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02 November, 2007 07:01  

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