July 20, 2005

Holding on

Just in case anyone was worried, I figured I'd better show what's remaining. (And this is just a portion — I'm realizing that I've now become simply a mildly obsessive, moderately messy person, as opposed to the total trainwreck I was before.)

The real concern I have now is how to reunite many dozens of empty sleeves with their records — the products of many hasty, how-do-I-fit-80-records-into-a-50-record-bag separations. I never was very good at that game "Concentration," either.

Posted by philip at July 20, 2005 10:57 PM

that looks like a pretty comprehensive selection of perlon 12s in the centre!

Posted by: simon silverdollar at July 21, 2005 02:32 AM

This just makes me want to sell everything I own.

Posted by: adamrl at July 22, 2005 03:27 PM

ha! i was just about to mention the perlon block too but see i was beaten to it. happy sorting philip.

Posted by: stirmonster at July 23, 2005 07:52 AM

Beaten by Simon and Stirmonster! The perlon section is always so noticable... Best of luck with the shipping.

Posted by: 3underscore at July 27, 2005 02:41 AM

the perlon section actually should have been much thicker, but it fell victim to the great record/sleeve separations of my recent travels. so most of the green/yellow sleeves were sitting empty in a cardboard box while the records were running around in their white paper undies. scandalous.

of course, they're all in boxes now.

Posted by: philip at July 27, 2005 05:08 PM

ha, that´s a proper selection of perlon stuff ..

the upcoming matt john (from Berlin, not Canada) on perlon is pretty nice too ..

and in october there´s the new dany jack LP to follow.

Posted by: daniel at August 5, 2005 03:28 AM
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