In all honesty, that was probably more ridiculous than this Midnight saga, at least with Western more people could've been given the opportunity to DONATE TO CHARITY.
Phigure wrote:a life permanently spent off road
not the life for me
Yeah I realise there's people who don't have one who want one. I'm solely talking about the people who got one being genuine fans who want to keep the record and not make a fast buck...NinjaEdit wrote:Discogs says 23 have and 57 want.leyenda wrote:Or maybe only people that want copies got one and it doesn't end up on discogs at all.
(I got it.)
Shum wrote:Yeah big up Jesus for dying for our sins and netting us a public holiday in the process.Nevalo wrote:not much todo at work today.... and once ive finished, ITS THE FUCKIN LONG WEEKEND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Also, hot cross buns.
Releasing this on BH i feel like Loefah thought this would support a small label, support independent record stores and keep things underground. In reality it's just a marketing ploy. I feel like Loefah genuinely buys into these ideas without realising this. Look at that Honest Jon's t-shirt that they've got up "Fuck Authority", yeah that's what running a small business is all about. There's a whole idea here that parallel to large scale capitalist ventures there's a smaller nicer form of capitalism that 'keeps things real', really it's just a way to create a market niche.
RKM wrote:not a good day to sleep in, 40 copies in store at idle hands left dropping at undetermined time..
i need a cigarette
Idle Hands @idlehandsBS1
As I have stated before we are not expecting that record to be delivered today. We have many other records for sale.
zoronery frees the realness
BIG UP YOSELF HAN SORO
call in sick / don't go to uni and just stumble about the shop for three days. listen to EVERY SINGLE RECORD stocked at least once.RKM wrote:not a good day to sleep in, 40 copies in store at idle hands left dropping at undetermined time..
i need a cigarette
SoundcloudAxeD wrote:I dunno, there's some thoroughly unemployed people on this forum.
I did, I'm upset that lots of people on here have missed out though. I buy things all the time that are related to someone somewhere getting fucked over ie sweatshop labour. I don't believe in trying to escape capitalism, it doesnt do anything other than make yourself feel good. I'm saying people fall into the trap of thinking that it's somehow more ethical to buy things like fair trade, you can look at eco-consumerism as well.soronery wrote:so you didnt get a copy then
I wrote that as reasoning behind why this was released this way.I think it's possible Loefah buys into these ideas of a nicer independent small scale capitalism in a well meaning way.
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