So I looked for my CD wallet, but it wasn't in the car; eventually I remembered taking it into my apartment last week. The only CD I had in the car was a mix I had burned that contained, exclusively, music from, yes, the 80s. In my defense, it's all *good* music from the 80s, which, despite its claim to the contrary, cannot be said of the 80s songs I heard on WINC-FM. They played "Manic Monday," for God's sake. And "Safety Dance." Whereas I was listening to XTC and Michelle Shocked. I won't pretend that all of the seventeen songs on my CD were better than the first seventeen 80s songs I heard on WINC-FM -- "She Drives Me Crazy" has not aged well, whereas "What You Need" is a great song -- but on balance I think my choices were superior to theirs.
One might well ask why I put a song I don't really like much, like "She Drives Me Crazy," on a CD that I created for myself. Rest assured that I had a good reason, but it's too complicated to get into right now.