Beware the cult of rejectionism- that saying "no" or "fuck it" constantly is a theory of life. It's a temptation given that it's at play in how men decide to take the fork at the road when they decide to go their own way. There can be too much "of a good thing". To begin to always see rejecting things, people, groups as "The Answer". If you dislike radio because "radio sucks" and it does in some ways- that's fine. However, remember- there is both wheat and chaff in almost everything. Generalizations can be comfortable illusions; it facilitates "outright rejection" as a thought-free, seemingly consequence-free option every time.
This is what I'm trying to get across in always advocating the idea of rejection to everything. Don't take it too far. I'm not talking about women here; I'm talking about everything else.