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Eight Reasons Why I'm Sticking With DVDs And Blu-Rays, Dammit

Physical entertainment is on its last legs — and they’re getting gammier by the month. Before we know it, DVDs and Blu-rays will have gone the way of LaserDisc and VHS tape. To the streamers and torrenters of the world, this will be viewed as no big loss: they think it’s a hopelessly outmoded format that’s overpriced, prone to scratching and less convenient than digital downloads.
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