All I can say is, know your receiver. If that person would want that, then hey..
If my recipient is sad that they didn't receive any substances I'm sorry. I checked with some people that know you IRL and they said you probably wouldn't do any of what I had in mind. But booze on the other hand...
The first part of the gift i'm shipping has arrived. I'm working on the last part this weekend.
I'm starting to get the feeling that I'm the only Santa not sending any drugs or alcohol.
Maybe I'll throw a can of beer in the box.
We do't get any drugs here. I'm not sure that my sendee partakes anyway.
I'm not sending my recipient booze, I'm sending them a short film documenting me drinking $20 of booze.
4/23: Chris Stapleton @ Berkeley Greek
4/28: Floating Points @ The Catalyst
4/29-5/1: Levitation @ Carson Creek Ranch
5/7: Pender Street Steppers b2b Beautiful Swimmers @ TBA
5/13: Cut Chemist @ Mezzanine
5/25: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard @ The Independent
6/4: Max Cooper, John Talabot @ Public Works
6/24: Call Super b2b Objekt @ The Midway
You folks just make sure you pack these things well. Shipping drugs and alcohol can potentially cause some problems for all involved.
Part of the reason I was hesitant to participate is because I haven't been around much lately. Don't feel familiar with some folks. But, as others mentioned, the stalking (research) is kinda fun.
Last edited by marooko; 12-01-2012 at 07:37 AM.
If you're shipping alcohol, use Fedex or UPS, not USPS. That way you're not breaking any laws.
I can see the headlines now... "Santa Claus found shitfaced and naked in a cuddle puddle with 8 of his dancing reindeer."
"Who is this doing this synthetic type of Alpha Beta psychedelic funkin'?"
Everyone gets a sheet of acid in a magazine
Now to send it to the mother fucker.
I really hope this thing gets here in time.
I guess I should start thinking about what to get my secret elf.