Get to know the Murfie team, round 3
It’s that time again…to pry into the private affairs of Murfie pajama wearers. Some call it invasion of privacy, I call it asking questions. And giving people a voice…because gosh darn it, the people who work here know how to talk! William Shakespeare may say “Give every man thy ear, but few thy voice,” but I say all Murf-pack members get the power of speech. So, without further ado, let me introduce you to [my party people…thanks J.Lo]:
Current location/hiding place of CD collection: Murfie, of course! https://www.murfie.com/shop/Tyler
Most embarrassing album I’ve bought: Rocked out to Spice Girls with my brothers back in the day…
The greenest thing I do: Delivered 944 pounds of jewel cases to Waste Management.
Physical media item that shouldn’t go all digital: Newspapers.
It’s a waste of time, but I still do this: Check Facebook.
Complete the sentence: Murfie is…like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get in a new kit in the ops room.
Current location/hiding place of CD collection: What CD collection?
Most embarrassing album I’ve bought: Brandy.
The greenest thing I do: Live with a roommate who’s on “energy patrol” 24 hours a day. We live in darkness.
Physical media item that shouldn’t go all digital: Calendars. I prefer my wall-size, handwritten, chalkboard calendar. None of this Google Calendar business for me.
It’s a waste of time, but I still do this: Schedule my Sundays around The Real Housewives of New Jersey…
Complete the sentence: Murfie is…the proud, nerdy, geeky side of me that few people see.
Current location/hiding place of CD collection: Stacked in precarious piles on my stereo back home – they should really be at Murfie!
Most embarrassing album I’ve bought: Come On Over by Shania Twain.
The greenest thing I do: Among other “green” quirks of mine, I try really hard to avoid disposable bags or excess packaging…my friends laugh at me, because I do things like refusing the paper bag at Chipotle and sticking the foil-wrapped burrito right into my purse, or insisting I don’t need the plastic bags that stores offer me at check-out, even though it’s often a Tetris-style challenge to make everything fit into whatever bag I have with me…
Physical media item that shouldn’t go all digital: I think handwritten letters are so awesome to write and receive, and I hope that they aren’t ever completely phased out by technology.
It’s a waste of time, but I still do this: I’m a sucker for those dumb filler news stories and articles on the Yahoo homepage that I see on my way to checking my email, and I especially will drop whatever I’m doing to watch whatever viral cute animal or baby video they’re featuring.
Complete the sentence: Murfie is…such an innovative way to gain cheap access to new music – and it’s so interesting to browse everyone’s collections!