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Poll #1236031 Musical Ethics

Which of the following are appropriate ways to fill out the "Current Music" field in an LJ post?

The song your playlist is serving up *exactly* when you reach the field -- no cherrypicking.
5(9.4%)
As above, but you can fast-forward/rewind if that specific song sucks/is inappropriate.
1(1.9%)
A song your playlist served up at any time while you were writing the post.
2(3.8%)
A song you've deliberately added into your playlist so you can be listening to it when you fill the field out.
0(0.0%)
A (thematically appropriate) song you own, but didn't actually listen to while writing the post.
0(0.0%)
A (thematically appropriate) song you don't even have a copy of.
0(0.0%)
A song that doesn't actually exist, but would be thematically appropriate if it did.
0(0.0%)
Some smartass non-song to emphasize you have no music on (e.g.: "The Street - 'Traffic Noises' ").
1(1.9%)
Completely non-musical content.
0(0.0%)
A Sufjan Stevens song listed below in the comments, for the sole purpose of trying to break the field's length limit.
0(0.0%)

In your opinion, what's the PRIMARY purpose of the Current Music field?

To provide a window into my musical preferences (i.e., what I actually listen to).
24(42.9%)
Recommendations -- share cool music with my readers.
1(1.8%)
To make a supplemental point that reinforces/alters/deepens the main post.
6(10.7%)
To show off my depth of artistic knowledge and range of tastes.
0(0.0%)
... It has a point?
25(44.6%)

You're listening to the song "Clicky Thing" by the Drama Llamas, on the album Livejournal Blues:

Clicky Thing
2(4.1%)
Drama Llamas, "Clicky Thing"
18(36.7%)
"Clicky Thing" - Drama Llamas
25(51.0%)
"Clicky Thing" - Drama Llamas - Livejournal Blues
4(8.2%)
Drama Llamas, Livejournal Blues: "Clicky Thing"
0(0.0%)
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