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My Pepsi iTunes Stats

I'm now nine for seventeen on the Pepsi iTunes sweepstakes, which is surprising considering I'm getting the bottles out of a vending machine. I'm ten for eighteen if you include one instance of cheating, which I maintain was necessary: a sampling of the bottles of the supermarket made it clear that others were cheating, which meant that the contest was no longer fair, so it was necessary that I cheat as well :). Not quite game theory, but close enough.

Here's a list of my current purchases:
- "Black Jack Davey" (The White Stripes)
- "You Know You're Right" (Nirvana)
- "Heroes" (David Bowie)
- "Soul to Squeeze" (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
- "Dark Was the Night" (Blind Willie Johnson)
- "Fault Lines" (Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan)
- "Tracery" (Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan)

These pretty much all fit my criteria of songs that are:
1) not one-hit wonders
2) are not on albums that I would purchase

Blind Willie Johnson might be an exception to (2), as I may buy the album now that I've listened to the track.

I still have three tracks left to buy (someone gave me a winning cap), so we'll see how it goes.

Update: eleven for nineteen (~58%) 13/22 17/31 now

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