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« Reply #210 on: May 19, 2005 03:01:56 PM »

Yikes!!! I'm so sorry to hear that, Melinda. I hope everything works out for you!


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« Reply #211 on: May 19, 2005 03:22:19 PM »

EEK! Melidna! Thats awful! I really hope everything turns out well for you! I second justlease's opinion on the karma! Eventually they will get theirs in the end. *hugs*

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« Reply #212 on: May 19, 2005 04:15:46 PM »

I totally forgot to post, but I got my CD from meowsley the other day! I haven't listened to it yet, but I'm gonna put it on my ipod later tonight. Smiley
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« Reply #213 on: May 19, 2005 05:47:16 PM »

all of the music i used i got from my own CD collection. however, i'm a big fan of kazaa lite for the illegal file sharing and www.emusic.com for the legal stuff. emusic.com is a great buy at $9.99 a month for 25 downloads or $14.99/mo for 65 downloads. i also have burned copies of music CDs from my local library. it's a great way to test out new bands and music types without putting out money...

I'm so inspired by all these CDs! I can't wait to participate in a swap!
Here's a question: Where do you guys download your music from? Right now I'm using Napster, but I'm not sure how happy I am with it.

I downloaded a program called morpheus, and I download off of that, you can download the program at morpheus.com. I am happy with the program, most of the time, and it's not that good to have it if you have an older computer.

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« Reply #214 on: May 20, 2005 03:25:29 PM »

Don't forget if you are missing any CD's from this swap please PM me asap. I have a whole SLEW of willing swap angels and I want to make sure everyone who was flaked on gets the CD's they deserve.

I want to match people up by sunday night so please get your info to me & I will get you some cool tunes in return. Wink

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« Reply #215 on: May 20, 2005 03:43:36 PM »

Hows that work? We're supposed to get the same # of CDs we sent out, or something else?

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« Reply #216 on: May 20, 2005 05:01:41 PM »

Hows that work? We're supposed to get the same # of CDs we sent out, or something else?

That is what my uderstanding was. So if you sent 2 and only got 1 you should still be getting one but at this point anyone who is still gonna send should have PM'd their recipients or posted on one of the threads so......

If you are missing CD's PM me. I have a ton of people who are willing to be swap angels.

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« Reply #217 on: May 21, 2005 11:43:35 AM »

Patience can be a virtue, especially when it nets you something as totally kickass as what I just got in the mail today from Xmelinda!

What you're looking at above is a little crafted folder that contains not one pocket, but two pockets!  One says, "Music for making felt flowers" and the other says "Music for breaking up tile with a big ass hammer." 

And now for the fan-freakin'tastic tracklists!  (You outdid yourself with these, Melinda.  I kept going, "Oh wow...oh cool....oh!"  Thank you SOOOOO much.  Based on what I know (about 75%) I'm fairly certain I'm going to adore the ones I'm unfamiliar with, too.)

Music for Making Felt Flowers

1. Peace Music - Pizzicato Five
2. Sing a Song - Earth Wind & Fire
3. Bumblebee - The Features
4. I Feel So Good - Richard Thompson
5. Where's Summer B? - Ben Folds Five
6.  Mr. Blue Sky - ELO
7. The Sweetest Punch - Elvis Costello & Bacharach
8. Somebody's Crying - Chris Issak
9. What's Life? - George Harrison
10.  Window - Guster
11. People Take Pictures of Each Other - The Kinks
12.  Heartbeat -- It's a Lovebeat - The Defranco Family
13.  Headache - Frank Black
14. Jack of All Parades -  Elvis Costello
15. When I Write the Book - Nick Lowe
16.  It's Only Natural -  Crowded House
17.  Nashville - Household Saints
18. Better Things - The Kinks
19.  I Wanna Be Where You Are - Jackson Five
20.  Everybody Is a Star - Sly & the Family Stone
21.  The Wheel and the Maypole - XTC

Music For Breaking Tile With a Big Ass Hammer 

1. Armani Suede - The Features
2. Safe European Home - The Clash
3. Red Dragon Tattoo - Fountains of Wayne
4. Kung Fu Fighting - Carl Davis
5. Hang Onto Your Ego - Frank Black
6. Respectable Street - XTC
7. Rough Boys - Pete Townshend
8. Calcium - Pontius Copilot
9. Song 2 - Blur
10. Monkey Man -   The Rolling Stones
11. Breed - Nirvana
12.  Good Idea - Sugar
13. There's a Million Ways to Sing the Blues - The Features
14. Bone Machine - The Pixies
15. See No Evil - Television
16. Roadrunner - Jonathan Richman
17.  Amsterdam - Guster
18. Maradonna's Knees - Pontius Copilot
19.  Hyperactive - Thomas Dolby
20. Lipstick Vogue - Elvis Costello
21. Tuva Groove - Ondar
22. Let's Kill Saturday Night - Robbie Fulks

"Hammer" is currently blaring out of my stereo as I type! I can't wait to show this one in particular to my boyfriend (Before I break his HEAD with a hammer since I just found Girls Gone Wild in the DVD player and so obviously he's been only pretending to have contempt whenever the commericals come on, but anyway....he was trying to sing the Stones song Monkey Man to me two days ago, and I had no idea what the hell he was talking about. I thought it must be some Stones tune I'd mysteriously never heard...it's not of course, he's just not Mick Jagger, I guess. )

These CDs are going to get heavy rotation.  Thank you, thank you, and thank you again.


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« Reply #218 on: May 22, 2005 08:39:09 AM »

Hey Guys,

First off: I am sorry for leaving you all in the lurch.  No excuse, just something that happened, and shouldn't have.

Second, where I was: Guatemala. I've been working at an orphanage for 8 days.  Between packing, etc., I thought I'd PMed everyone who was to receive from me, letting you all know I will be sending out ... tomorrow.  Apparently I either missed a few or that PM didn't send after all. 

Third, for everyone who hates me: you have a damn good right to do so.  Carry on.

Fourth, for everyone organizing/participating in the swapangel doodle: you guys are true angels.  You didn't have to, and you did.  I humbly salute you.

Fifth (finally): I sincerely WILL mail out to my folks tomorrow.  I am sorry I didn't do it the Thursday before I left.  I wanted to do more than just marker the CDs, but the jewelcase inserts I printed weren't the right size, because I'm a dork, and... well at any rate I ran out of time.

To anyone worried that they are on the flake list, I have yet to PM mods with flakers.  There are only a few true flakes that I know of, and you should know who you are -- I've PMed you.  I will do a once-over of everything that has happened the past ten days or so and give you all a final update by tonight.

Again, guys, I'm sorry.  Hate on if you feel called to do so.  I wouldn't blame you.
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« Reply #219 on: May 22, 2005 10:46:27 AM »

Thanks, Zee. We still love you!  Smiley
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