I ended up giving my last free drink ticket back to the cute vendor lady because people were buying me drinks and my crew (including my ride) were leaving for another place and I didn't want the ticket to go to waste in my pocket.
I don't think I should allow myself to buy things online anymore. I just got an order in the mail only to find out that somehow it was a double order (I'm thinking it was a hiccup with paypal). Go and check my email receipts and yep, I was charged twice for two orders. I reckon I should've actually looked at the emails at the time of order. Or noticed the little bit extra missing from my bank account.
Second time in the last month or so I've gotten the unwanted double order. Last time it was from Amazon, this time it was from a small time local act so I'm gonna bite it and not look to return.
So... anybody like Midwest indie hip-hop? I've got this extra CD...
Yeah, I'm good. I'm out the cash anyways, which honestly wasn't all that much, and don't mind supporting local music guys.
It was a bundle deal for a local "supergroup" (lol) so there's a shirt and signed poster too. "Mixed Blood Majority", it's got the rapper from No Bird Sing, the rapper from Kill the Vultures, and one of the producers from Doomtree providing the beats.
I wish Netflix would let me sort movies by year. I want to watch horror flicks from the '70s through the '90s, I have very little patience for all of the terrible little cheap pieces of garbage from the last decade, but that's the majority of what they throw at you when browsing the category.
It's pretty much the same thing that happened with UK Gold - they basically just put all the old shows anybody might want to watch behind a paywall, because they could. It's sad really, because surely one of the biggest reasons behind having a public service broadcaster is that they provide content freely, and instead the BBC is probably one of the most draconian when it comes to copyright law, desperately clinging to 'its' intellectual property.