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thischarmingman last won the day on January 17

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About thischarmingman

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  1. Not sure why they keep failing to repress Once More With Feeling.
  2. If you saw the charge on your CC that means your order went through, he got your money, and you'll get your record. Stop being dense.
  3. Everyone who ordered in the first wave got their order. Stop emailing him so he can spend time packing and shipping, and not responding to dumb "where's my record I ordered it a week ago OMG like what's the hold uppppp wahhhhhh" emails. You'll get your record.
  4. I see all these complaints about prices. I paid $80 a ticket, which seems about normal for a band with this kind of following. Even LCD is charging $50-60 a show now. I also only waited 2 hours in SF. Maybe some other markets had issues.
  5. Lol at Oracle Arena. Welcome to the Arcade Fire stadium tour part 2. The upside is scalpers will be dumping tickets the day of the show.
  6. Mine showed up too. No DL code though. Guess Mark is really pushing for CD sales.
  7. Lulz. I love being personally insulted on the internet by people I don't know. Classy. Anyway, I'm super embarrassed right now. Ugh. What will I do!?!? Guess I'll go fuck off.
  8. That makes no sense. You can buy a car with cash. You can sign a simple one page bill of sale. In any event, a purchase is still a contractual relationship, despite not having to sign a bunch of formal documents. The point is, apparently people are willing to accept damaged goods at a certain price threshold. That's fine. I am not, and I don't think it should be an industry standard. Nor do I subscribe to the "it's the nature of the goods being sold to show up damaged" argument. It's silly. If you buy a new record, it should show up in new condition. That should not be a controversial proposition.