I remember when I was growing up...listening to the radio was the way I learned about music outside of music class. I would wait all night for my favorite song to come on and on Sundays I knew it would play during the count-down so I'd plug my little radio in at the kitchen counter and wait to hear it. It seems silly now but it really was kind of magical! Then for my birthday, Christmas or when I'd save up enough of my own money, when I outgrew toys, the one thing I wanted most was the CD from my favorite artist. Now in the new day of technology it's easy to listen to music on the internet, watch it on t.v or download songs illegally. It's sad really. I think that if the radio tax passes and radio stations around America have to shut off their mics and stop playing music what a depressing world it would be. Even though I play songs every day...I still listen to the radio every day. I love producing the commericals too. I don't believe radio should be taxed because the record companies are taking a hit in sales. They should really tax the World Wide Web if you ask me! : ) I really do hope and pray the tax on radio does not pass and I can keep playing music and listening to it on the radio as well as getting the word out there about community events and what the celebrities are up to. The world would just not be a happy place...without radio!