You clearly didn't read my second response to him. All good though.
As far as my mythical "unlimited funds" I do alright, but I'm not rich by any means. I live comfortably and within my means, and I decide what to spend my funds on without hemming and hawing about it online. If something seems limited and it's something I want, if it falls within a reasonable budget I get it. If it's something that I can't justify buying while it's in stock and it goes out of stock...oh well, I missed out. Not having a specific record, especially one that you can get (probably the same cut) on black vinyl isn't the end of the world, or even really something I can get too bummed about. People get too caught up in and depressed over this shit.
I agree with Schwimmer, and if homeboy is really paycheck to paycheck and worried about this shit I feel bad for poking fun at him, but as 40 said...more commonly it's flippers asking that shit and honestly I read their name not as "never enough records" but as "never enough" records, like the name of a record store.
I know what it's like to be broke, it sucks. I've been homeless before and had to deal with working paycheck to paycheck trying to get my shit back together. Thankfully I was able to rely on the kindness of some friends for a little while to get it straight.
Everybody needs to mellow out in here and remember that it's ok to make jokes once in a while. Stop coming into threads like a freight train, throwing around judgment when people are just fucking around and being sarcastic.