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On Tue, 13 Feb 1996, Michael Damian Catano wrote:
> here's the deal: your t-shirts are COMING! now shut up, and stop
> whining about it. some people have them, some don't. obviously the
> people who are complaining have never tried to order something from an
> independant label/band/whatever before. sometimes it *gasp* takes *gasp*
> time *gasp* for people with *gasp* no money and *gasp* no time *gasp* to
> get things done! whooooooaaaaaaahhhhhh!!!!! that's so fucking deep,
> eh? jon is a) in school, b) broke and c) is losing money on the t-shirts
> because he tried to sell them at cost.
> oh, you poor baby, you lost your fifteen dollars ... oooh, there goes
> this month's swank magazine and a back of brewskis. damn. maybe you
> should just accept the fact that sometimes thing take time, and it's not
> like jon has the luxury of having a giant printing/screening factory in
> his basement. he and yan are screening the damn things by hand - that
> takes time. jeez louise.
> ps - i've got over $50 dollars hovering in mail order limbo, with no sign
> that i'm ever going see my records come in the mail, but you don't see me
> whining like a little baby who wants his woobie.
maybe mr. catano has lots of dough to throw around, but 15$(or 50$) can go a
longer way in my pocket than in someone else's. personally, i think you are
naive to give money to someone/thing if you are unsure about receiving
someone/thing in return, and it is also foolish to ask people to send you
money if you can't deliver to them a product. with all due respect to mr.
jon for his seemingly endless dedication, it is not unreasonable for
people to get anxious in anticipation of the arrival their beloved t-shirts.
p.s. see the alliteration in my last line?
p.p.s. does anyone one know how long these russian brides are supposed to
take? i've had a few bucks in limbo and it was only supposed to
be 4 to 6 weeks...