mefi cd swap - worth the wait May 9, 2006 6:36 PM   Subscribe

How about a round of applause for skygazer, missing member of mefi swapset grey from 11/05 who not only finally sent along the CDs, but included a short handwritten note, a tiny toy gun, an even smaller piece of black licorice, a guitar string, and a particularly meaningful (to me at least) blank postcard of early concept designs of the space shuttle.

All of this arrived in the mail in the midst of particularly bad week, so to receive a bit of human sharedness and new music to discover from a total stranger was great. My faith in mefi and humanity is restored. Thank you.
posted by Brandon Blatcher to MetaFilter Music at 6:36 PM (115 comments total) 4 users marked this as a favorite

yay
posted by mischief at 6:39 PM on May 9, 2006


Or, would a . have been funnier?
posted by mischief at 6:39 PM on May 9, 2006


thats nice, but whats the significance of all that stuff?
posted by puke & cry at 6:40 PM on May 9, 2006


...Or maybe he was cleaning out his junk drawer.
posted by puke & cry at 6:41 PM on May 9, 2006


Good to hear it!
posted by cmonkey at 6:44 PM on May 9, 2006


Yeah I got one too. My wife (Hopkins, South Carolina born and raised) got home before me and opened the package, and when I got home and went through the stuff in the envelope I held up the licorice and said "Oooh look!", and she said, "You should throw that away", and I said "Why?" and she said "I think its drugs" and I said "Drugs?" and she said, "Yeah like ecstasy or LSD or something" and I said "Why on earth would you think that a complete stranger would send me drugs?" and she just held up the envelope bearing the return address with the words "Brooklyn, NY" on it. I walked silently over to the trash can and dropped what I am sure was a delicious piece of licorice right in the trash.

I burned the CD's onto my MP3 player last night and listened to the mix today at work, and I enjoyed it, but think that it will need another listen or two before it sinks in properly. Anyway, thanks for the music buddy, but next time, hold the drugs.
posted by ND¢ at 7:06 PM on May 9, 2006


WHERE'S MY CDs, LICORICE
posted by rxrfrx at 7:12 PM on May 9, 2006


WILL DRIVE TO BROOKLYN FOR LICORICE DRUGS!
posted by furtive at 7:29 PM on May 9, 2006


she just held up the envelope bearing the return address with the words "Brooklyn, NY" on it

Brilliant! Funniest thing I've read all day.
posted by ColdChef at 8:50 PM on May 9, 2006


I burned the CD's onto my MP3 player last night and listened to the mix today at work, and I enjoyed it, but think that it will need another listen or two before it sinks in properly.

We didn't include DRM??!
posted by matkline at 9:57 PM on May 9, 2006


I'm in gray, but I blew up my computer a while back. CDs should come once I get more pieces to add to the puzzle and recreate the greatness that was lost.

and yeah, good work skygazer, the space shuttles made me happy.
posted by hototogisu at 12:35 AM on May 10, 2006


I'm glad your faith has been restored. I was in 2 swapsets and got a total of 3 discs. My faith ain't what it used to be.
posted by jacquilynne at 5:54 AM on May 10, 2006


If you don't get my disc on the next swap, just assume I'm sending it five months late.
posted by smackfu at 6:41 AM on May 10, 2006


Yeah, humans can be so cute sometimes.
posted by mds35 at 6:56 AM on May 10, 2006


What's the status on the current swap?
posted by Squid Voltaire at 9:50 AM on May 10, 2006


I didn't get the gun or the guitar string (or the drug!) but I did get a key, a fake gold coin, a half-circle of used blaster caps (maybe for Brandon's gun?), and a tasty bit of non-drugged licorice. Also, two CDs and a small hand-written note. It was a very pleasant surprise, and some clever packaging, like a Dave McKean Sandman cover but without the morbid tendencies. Very nice, and much appreciated.
posted by Tuwa at 11:51 AM on May 10, 2006


My People of the honorable tribe of Swapset Gray,

I am very happy you're all pleased about the CD's and the various tchotkes. Thank you Brandon for the swell metatalk round of applause. I'm glad it brought some happiness during a not-so-great week. It was what I hoped would be the desired effect and warms the cockles of my druggy licorice candy addled heart.

Now...as for this whole kooky "It's from Brooklyn, NY so it must be drugs" thing. What kind of a moron, from fair Brooklyn or any other Burg, would have an actual return address on such a package anyhow. Yeesh. (Perhaps next time. Wink.) Anyhow if you'll excuse me now, I have to go pick up a couple two or three eightballs to tied me over for the evening...catch ya round the blue.

Feel free to drop a line and let me know what you think of the mixes good or bad...
posted by Skygazer at 8:02 PM on May 10, 2006


can we get a scan of the postcard?
posted by blue_beetle at 10:27 AM on May 12, 2006


So, maybe this is a dumbassed question, but why not do a demand-based swap? It kind of sucks that we can't sign up any time and join in the mayhfun.

I'm assuming there's a good reason that swaps aren't just generated once you have five interested registered parties?
posted by scrump at 1:06 PM on May 12, 2006


can we get a scan of the postcard?
posted by blue_beetle at 1:27 PM EST on May 12 [+fave] [!]


Sure. Here's the front (Large_Hi_res)and the back. It was drawn by Robert T. McCall in 1971 as an advanced Space Shuttle Concept. I have a couple more of these postcards if anyone else wants one.
posted by Skygazer at 9:52 AM on May 13, 2006


Lawnchair.
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 5:51 AM on May 22, 2006


Launch air.
posted by Cranberry at 2:23 PM on May 22, 2006


L'an chere.
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 3:17 PM on May 22, 2006


No really: look that up, it's fitting.
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 3:17 PM on May 22, 2006


aw, that's sweet gnfti. I totally missed the French possibility!
posted by Cranberry at 3:50 PM on May 22, 2006



Sorry, I was gone for a while, I missed you all. What was that other talk about disbanding or whatever? That other thread made me hyperventilate.
posted by OmieWise at 5:41 AM on May 23, 2006


Breathe into a paper bag, Omie. No, no, not a grocery bag, a smaller one. There, better now?
There has been talk of beaching the long boat on June 6th, the one year anniversary of 9622v2. Rowing can be tedious when there are few oars.
posted by Cranberry at 11:18 AM on May 23, 2006


Oh, and thanks for the chocolates
posted by Cranberry at 11:27 AM on May 23, 2006


Omie!

I say we need to

a) keep our heads cool
b) quit while we're ahead
c) vote.
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 11:48 AM on May 23, 2006


For all of you who didn't get your licorice, there's
posted by Lynsey at 11:54 AM on May 23, 2006


a) for that purpose and to that end I doff my hat to you, gnfti.
b) I always feel like something is coming along to bite me in the ass, so I'm never quite sure when to quit. I'll believe we're ahead if everyone else does.
c) yea (yay).
posted by OmieWise at 12:07 PM on May 23, 2006


Pardon me for talking around all that licorice, but Omie does
"c) yea" mean you wish to quit or continue?
Maybe gnfti will write an annal (we only have one year) and post it to MeTa. If we all vote whether or not to continue, perhaps he would include that decision.
posted by Cranberry at 1:20 PM on May 23, 2006


My yea was only a committment to the voting. Any other kind must be well-considered.
posted by OmieWise at 1:37 PM on May 23, 2006


I think the solution is clear: Post several 9622v2 Commemorative MetaTalk threads on June 6th, loudly proclaim the Ignoble Death and Dissolution of &#8224&#919&#8707 L&#8709&#8745G&#946&#8853&#197&#964 , affirm our dedication to the cessation of the year-long experiment . . .




and then continue anyway.




Oh yes: Hello everyone.
posted by gramschmidt at 10:40 AM on May 24, 2006


Speaking of ignoble: Is live preview broken again?
posted by gramschmidt at 10:43 AM on May 24, 2006


Nope, it's me:

†Η∃ L∅∩Gβ⊕Åτ
posted by gramschmidt at 10:45 AM on May 24, 2006


ORDER OF THE LONGBOAT
In Metafilter Paddlor et Emergo

MOTION 1
2006-MAY-24


The Order,

Considering its establishment on June 6th, 2005,

Expressing its deepest gratitude for the noble works accomplished by its Members since its inception,

Remaining fully committed to the promotion of Viking and Longboat interests worldwide,

Considering the rapidly approaching first anniversary of said establishment,

1. Proposes that the Order mark said anniversary with a collection of quality longboat- or Viking-themed front page posts to Metafilter, to be posted on June 6th, 2006;

2. Proposes that the Order disband on June 7th, 2006, at midnight UTC, and cease all its activities forthwith;

3. Requests the opinion of its Members on whether, if matter 2. is accepted, the Order should re-establish in a different location, and where that location should be;

4. Requests the opinion of its Members on whether the anniversary should also be marked with a commemorative post to Metatalk, and what the nature and content of such a post should be;

5. Encourages all Members to vote on matters 1. and 2. by expressing their acceptance as "AYE" or their refusal as "NAY" in the voting box provided below;

6. Moves to vote.
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 10:53 AM on May 24, 2006


1. AYE
2. AYE
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 10:54 AM on May 24, 2006


Just when we thought he had disappeared in the mist, gramschmidt returned! Not to quarrel with his invention, but these areThe Longboat Threads:
9622
9723
9824
9925
10026
10129 (closed threads prevented orderly progression)
10228
10329
19431
10532
skipped 10633 in order to restore 101 progression – also it closed in 12 days
10733
10834
(10935 is closed)
10936 double jump to
11138
11240
11341
11442, plus 102 because 11543 is closed
11544
11645
11746
11847
I am still undecided about quitting/continuing. Nice Donkey was eloquent about not being ready to lose touch. On the other hand...
posted by Cranberry at 11:54 AM on May 24, 2006 [10 favorites]


1. Aye
2. I think I missed the rationalization for ending at the anniversary. I know I was a late comer, but I have to say that I realyl enjoy the sense of a secret thread running beneath the pages of the site. I like it as someplace to come for a change, I like the people who drop in, and, even if I'm not posting there, I like the idea of that kind of counter-history. At this point I would say Nay! to 2, but would like the hear the other reasoning and, of course, I believe in democracy.
posted by OmieWise at 12:13 PM on May 24, 2006



posted by OmieWise at 12:14 PM on May 24, 2006


Thanks for the road map, Cran. I kept track for a while but lost it some time ago.
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 4:52 PM on May 24, 2006


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Call 1-866-BELIEVE to make a diffence in your community

1. I'm scared of movies that bite, however,

2. I believe in making a diffence!
posted by Nice Donkey at 6:49 PM on May 24, 2006


1. Aye.
2. Neigh. Ha ha ha ha ha . . . because I'm a donkey, get it?

real vote:
1. Aye.
2. Aye, but I like gramschmidt's idea of
3. Afffirming our commitment to dissolve, and then continuing anyway. Perhaps with a new starting point or numbering scheme.


†Η∃ L∅∩Gβ⊕Åτ 4 ∃V^r!!!!!!111one11!!!eleventy111!
posted by Nice Donkey at 7:03 PM on May 24, 2006


So many alternatives:
Should we return grapefruitmoon's longboat and travel by alternate technology, e.g. trebuchet, Star Trek-type transporter, other?
Give us some 'for instances' please, Nice Donkey, of a new starting point and/or numbering scheme.
Given that MeTa threads close in 30 days, where else could we go?
In other words, if we disband on June 7th as gnfti suggests in #2, then re-establish in another location, what are some possibe locations in which we would be tolerated?

Would it be easier to observe the anniversary with fitting tributes in a nice clean, previously unused MeaTalk post, then quietly continue as we are until someone comes up with a better idea?
posted by Cranberry at 12:46 AM on May 25, 2006


you all automatically inserted a 't' into MeaTalk, right?
posted by Cranberry at 12:47 AM on May 25, 2006


Beautiful. Thank you, it's just what I've always wanted.
posted by If I Had An Anus at 12:53 PM on May 25, 2006


Whoa! A sincere comment from IIHAA! So perhaps I should have majored in History - or bookkeeping. In his June 6th tribute, gnfti might want to mention how many threads we have desecrated visited.
posted by Cranberry at 2:21 PM on May 25, 2006


Would it be easier to observe the anniversary with fitting tributes in a nice clean, previously unused MeaTalk post, then quietly continue as we are . . .

Maybe we should just do that. No better ideas.

No, wait, maybe we should just post several longboat- and viking-related threads to the blue, then see if anyone catches on. It would be more subtle, and better suited to our underground lifestyle.

Yes, I'm waffling on my vote now.
posted by Nice Donkey at 9:13 PM on May 25, 2006


m-m-m-m waffles
posted by Cranberry at 10:38 PM on May 25, 2006



posted by Nice Donkey at 12:12 AM on May 26, 2006


Wonderful find, Nice Donkey! If I had the iron pictured, I doubt I would ever make waffles. Leggo my Eggo.
posted by Cranberry at 11:11 AM on May 26, 2006


MMMMM! Waffles and cranberries and nice donkeys and gramcrackerschmidts and omiewises and um, iihaanuses. Yesh! Keep on keeping on!
posted by Lynsey at 10:36 PM on May 26, 2006


hahaha Lynsey said gramschmidt is crackers.
posted by Cranberry at 8:17 PM on May 27, 2006


*This close* to spreading you on a cracked whole wheat roll with turkey and stuffing, Mme. Cran.
posted by gramschmidt at 9:06 PM on May 28, 2006


And by that I mean, of course:


posted by gramschmidt at 9:09 PM on May 28, 2006


Ooh, a fashion statement! How did you know I always wear leggings with a sleeveless dress?

See? I ignored your implied threat - didn't want to seem sauce-y. Sorry, couldn't resist.
posted by Cranberry at 10:55 PM on May 28, 2006


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posted by If I Had An Anus at 8:42 PM on May 29, 2006


And yea, the birds of the trees and the faun of the land and the children of the factories didst raise thine voices high and clear and whiny, and the cry hast been heard and harkened to far and wide:

What hast thou done to deserve such exile?
posted by gramschmidt at 10:42 PM on May 29, 2006


I am interested to know what Dano did to put himself on the map - also why gram was looking for him off the coast of Finland.
posted by Cranberry at 11:37 AM on May 30, 2006


My, Cranberry, have you forgotten the Longboat Code? "Rescuing overboard colleagues", Chapter 1 note XVII!
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 1:57 PM on May 30, 2006


So, do we vote a Medal of Valor for gram because he found Dano in the Baltic Sea? Does that make gram "It"*, so we have to look all over the world for him?
*Not to be confused with IT.
posted by Cranberry at 3:57 PM on May 30, 2006


Too easy.
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 5:23 PM on May 30, 2006


I'd like to travel there one day on a train full of naked stoners.
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 5:38 PM on May 30, 2006


I bring good news, for crazy half-naked stoner eBay guy w/2 girlfriends has agreed to gram for the tram and will be selling halibut shortly.
posted by If I Had An Anus at 8:15 PM on May 30, 2006


Thanks for the orange vest, btw.

Seriously, though, when is it again?
posted by If I Had An Anus at 8:26 PM on May 30, 2006


Oh nice find, gnfti. I'll bet there is a goodnews somewhere. Nice is way too easy for our favorite Donkey.

IIHAA - selling halibut? Is that what they are calling it now? Did you get a genuine House of Orange vest? Royally?
posted by Cranberry at 10:54 PM on May 30, 2006


Youse crazy guys...(this is a brillant idea).
posted by Skygazer at 8:54 AM on May 31, 2006


A bit of a shock Skygazer? This thread praising your generosity and ingenuity re: swapset, turned into a surreal discussion of longboats and orange vests for halibut in the Baltic Sea.
Welcome.
posted by Cranberry at 12:57 PM on May 31, 2006


I swam in the Baltic once. It was balmy and sunny but the sea was near freezing. We were in Poland and swore to head for Sweden but kept coming back ashore for more beer.
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 4:53 PM on May 31, 2006


BTW there is only one Orange vest.
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 4:55 PM on May 31, 2006


gnfti, is this orange vest something I'd need a non-lame, non-American upbringing to understand?

This "football" you speak of . . . you play it with your feet? . . . with a round ball? . . . odd . . .
posted by Nice Donkey at 8:32 PM on May 31, 2006


vest n.

1. A sleeveless garment, often having buttons down the front, worn usually over a shirt or blouse and sometimes as part of a three-piece suit.

Sleeveless! I definitely saw sleeves on that elderly orange jersey that was linked to! How can it be a vest, huh? how ? huh? huh? How?

ND, I don't think you are the only confused one.
posted by Cranberry at 9:10 PM on May 31, 2006


Sorry about the nomenclature. You see, I have a vested interest.
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 4:44 AM on June 1, 2006


A bit of a shock Skygazer?

Yeah. I accidentally hit "favorites" instead of "My Comments", and I realized there were new comments. Thought everyone was going to ask for LSD laced licorice.


This thread praising your generosity and ingenuity re: swapset, turned into a surreal discussion of longboats and orange vests for halibut in the Baltic Sea.
Welcome.


Thanks and you know discovering this wandering thread comes not a second too soon. I really do need to get to the bottom of the whole longboats and orange vests for halibut kerfluffle.

So. Halibut, is that like a whitefish?
posted by Skygazer at 7:22 AM on June 1, 2006


Halibut is distinguished by its orange vest
posted by Cranberry at 11:28 AM on June 1, 2006


Now about that licorice...
posted by Cranberry at 11:29 AM on June 1, 2006


You mean halibut is distinguished by its orange zest, right cran?

oh snap
posted by Nice Donkey at 2:17 PM on June 1, 2006


Picture perfect, Nice.
posted by Cranberry at 12:07 PM on June 2, 2006


Guess I missed the LSD laced licorice if everyones' already talking about fish with vests. :-(

I've been checking on the longboat for ages and enjoy the antics, though I never had time to join in, and I'm sorry for that. Please don't stop.....the thought of this going on amongst the intellectual posturing (and legitimate discussions) is both a wonderful juxtaposition and yet makes perfect sense. Just say that you're stopping .......I think that's fully in the tradition.

In short - just because there only appear to be 4 people in the longboat at times, doesn't mean there aren't scuba divers in the area.
posted by Iamtherealme at 2:34 PM on June 2, 2006


Belay the harpoons, mates. That might be a swimmer!
Thanks for the comment, Iamtherealme, and come aboard any time.
posted by Cranberry at 5:05 PM on June 2, 2006


Nothing much happening today?

It was on this day in 1989 that the Chinese government cracked down on students conducting pro-democracy demonstrations in Beijing's Tiananmen Square.


It was on this day in 1940 that British forces began the evacuation from Dunkirk. World War II had been going on for about eight months. British forces had gone to Belgium to help defend Belgium and France against the invading Nazi army, but they were poorly prepared for battle and completely overwhelmed.

... the British government sent out a request for all persons with sea-worthy vessels to help in the evacuation. Men in fishing boats, trawlers, lifeboats, paddle steamers, and yachts crossed the channel to help the soldiers escape. More than 300,000 soldiers were saved in the evacuation of Dunkirk. When they arrived in Britain, they were given a hero's welcome.
(For a dramatization, see the old B&W movie Mrs. Miniver)

It was on this day in 1942 that the Battle of Midway took place over the Pacific Ocean. It was one of the first battles fought almost entirely in the air, and it's considered one of the major turning points of the Pacific half of World War II.

It was one this day in 1919 that the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, giving women the right to vote, was passed by the United States Congress.
posted by Cranberry at 1:01 PM on June 4, 2006


Oops! Sorry gnfti, I mentioned "the war" several times. And you had all those nice reasons not to in the blue 52066. I promise not to attend any soccer football games in Europe.
posted by Cranberry at 3:59 PM on June 4, 2006


Nothing much happening today?

Well, I made some trail mix.

And I found this little, er, BIG moth-y number adorning my screen door.





Still, it hardly competes with the events of 1989, 1940, 1942, or 1919. That reminds me . . . June 6th is an election day for us American types.
posted by Nice Donkey at 11:14 PM on June 4, 2006


shudder. hope you have another door to use until some hungry bird takes the corpse away.

um, election on the 6th? In addition to sail on longboat v. beach longboat? Perhaps a far less important California political primary? Oregon's happened in May.
posted by Cranberry at 8:49 AM on June 5, 2006


That is, the longboat is more earth-shaking than politics. not that the OR primary is more important than the CA.
posted by Cranberry at 8:51 AM on June 5, 2006


Ah, yes. Just for us California types, then. And truly, the sail on longboat v. beach longboat issue will receive the most important vote I will cast tomorrow. Vote yes on Prop 9622v2!!
posted by Nice Donkey at 9:24 AM on June 5, 2006





posted by gramschmidt at 3:49 PM on June 5, 2006


Adapt Adopt
posted by Cranberry at 4:14 PM on June 5, 2006


Scroll to the bottom and check out the phone number.

So what are we tagging these things? 'longboat'?
posted by If I Had An Anus at 8:43 PM on June 5, 2006


Err, I meant to say 'longboat'?
posted by If I Had An Anus at 6:42 AM on June 6, 2006


Creepy, IIHAA, great find.
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 6:56 AM on June 6, 2006


Well done, too.
posted by goodnewsfortheinsane at 6:56 AM on June 6, 2006


Very nice IIHAA.
posted by OmieWise at 7:01 AM on June 6, 2006



posted by If I Had An Anus at 7:43 AM on June 6, 2006


Maybe indeed!
posted by If I Had An Anus at 9:03 AM on June 6, 2006


Nice jobs, Omie and Anus. I am proud to share the longboat with such noble Vikings.
posted by Nice Donkey at 9:30 AM on June 6, 2006


three cheers for research
posted by Cranberry at 12:17 PM on June 6, 2006


Geezus Friggballs, how did we go a whole year without posting the Viking Answer Lady?
posted by If I Had An Anus at 1:18 PM on June 6, 2006



posted by monju_bosatsu at 1:24 PM on June 6, 2006


Now that is beautiful!
posted by OmieWise at 1:28 PM on June 6, 2006


HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

*douses cubes with whiskey, sets aflame, begins singing, dancing, stripping*

posted by If I Had An Anus at 1:45 PM on June 6, 2006


Indeed!


posted by OmieWise at 1:50 PM on June 6, 2006


I had no idea that the sugar cubes that Languagehat gave to Nice Donkey were so large! IIHAA, nice shot of L-hat's warehouse.
posted by Cranberry at 2:07 PM on June 6, 2006


Monju's pic is indeed beautiful.
posted by Cranberry at 2:08 PM on June 6, 2006



posted by Lynsey at 2:37 PM on June 6, 2006


Wow, and Vikings (via Genghis Khan . . . or should I say Genghis Khan via the Vikings?) in the news today!
posted by Nice Donkey at 10:30 PM on June 6, 2006


It is the morning after...
nobody is here...
in that picture Lynsey posted, is that the longboat crew voting?
Did everyone vote to quit, or just take a day off after the heroic postings to the blue yesterday?
posted by Cranberry at 10:42 AM on June 7, 2006


They're not voting, they are competing in a build a tiny trebuchet race. The little booths discourage cheating, but not to worry . . . I've cribbed the notes!
posted by If I Had An Anus at 1:11 PM on June 7, 2006


Excellent.
posted by OmieWise at 1:54 PM on June 7, 2006


Pliers - check
scissors - check
7-8 paper clips -check
sellotape? {Cellophane? aka Scotch tape?} - check
thin string - check
dead batteries - check
blu tac - um

What is BLU TAC?
posted by Cranberry at 11:57 PM on June 7, 2006



posted by OmieWise at 8:23 AM on June 8, 2006


Is that you in the cyclone fencing chain mail, Omie? Did you win the tilt? Did you win the fishing safari?
posted by Cranberry at 11:33 AM on June 8, 2006


BTW, the landlord will probably lock the doors sometime tomorrow. Borrow a supermarket cart and wheel your oars, banners and lances over to 11948; a 3" trebuchet just isn't practical for moving, especially for people who have no blu tac.
posted by Cranberry at 11:41 AM on June 8, 2006


Uh, aside from all that, what's up with the mefiswap?
posted by whir at 1:08 PM on June 8, 2006


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