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      MP3’s are burnable to cd. the cd player i got two years ago for a

      family we sponsered played mp3 cd’s, and it was only $10 at Walmart.

      I was in direct contact with the mom, and asked what songs she would

      approve of, and what the kids listened to (she had 5 kids, but only

      the older two were sponsered by me, and they were in their early

      teens- 13 & 14 or 15 I think). She gave me a list of about 40-50

      songs, and I went with songs I already had that she approved of, and

      made the cd’s for the kids. that way, they got the cheap player, and

      a cd for it so they could use it right off the bat.

      — in Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Suzanne Fesmire Gibbons

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      > > Anymore, the cheap CD players are not good for

      > > kids, most kids I know burn MP3’s and most of the

      > > inexpensive CD players will not play them.

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      > But don’t you have to pay to download songs onto an

      > MP3 player? And have a computer at home to do that? I

      > want to make sure not to give a gift that requires

      > resources they might not have.

      >

      > Suzanne

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