A Retraction

So … about the Castle Face Records record book I wrote about a couple of weeks ago.  It turns out I’m more of an idiot then I thought, and that those guys are, somehow, though it baffles my mind as to how its possible (maybe because I’m an idiot), even bigger geniuses then I had originally given them credit for.  The Group Flex record book IS indeed functional, highly functional in fact, Rain Man at a blackjack table functional.  It is designed to be turned to a single flexi disc, which is possible as it is spiral bound, and put, as a whole, on the turntable and played WITHOUT TAKING IT APART AND/OR DESTROYING IT!

What the fuck just happened?!?! Oh, I know … my mind was just COMPLETELY BLOWN.  Again.  Round 2.  I might feel worse about my mind-numbing stupidity if I wasn’t experiencing such an overwhelming hushed awe of amazement.  How often do you get a second jolt of joy from something that equals or surpasses the first one?  This is a rare occasion and a reason for celebration, and I think I’ll do so by putting Group Flex on the platter and giving it a spin.

Thanks to Matt from Pirates Press, the guys who put this masterpiece together, for enlightening me, and my apologies to you, the reader, for the misinformation.