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Ah, the hoarder shows. I've occasionally watched both the A&E and the TLC show. For some I don't feel sorry for the filthy disgusting piles of food containers, Pepsi cans, feces and mummified rats they continue to throw around in their homes. For others, especially those that have massive antique collections or comic books or vintage toys...it really is hard to convince some of these people to downsize, just imagine the VALUE of their antique collection! How about six to seven figures? And for some, they hoard because they have PTSD or horrible memories from earlier in their lives. There was a Hoarding: Buried Alive episode once where a woman began hoarding after her ex-boyfriend raped her and slit her throat...she nearly died. Another Hoarders episode where a woman saw her father's fatal heart attack as a child and suffered PTSD from that...she too became a compulsive hoarder. Some of those stories are very sad.

There was one episode I remember vividly of 'Hoarders'. A woman named Beverly from Kansas...who recorded TV around the clock and had thousands of VHS tapes laying around her house and tubs outside. And apparently she had started recording in the early-mid '80s. I can't imagine some of the rare stuff they ended up throwing out. Game shows, football games, concerts, who knows?
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In one episode, appraisers were brought in to look at a hoarder's various collections. While they couldn't physically get to a lot of stuff that looked valuable to them, they did find one small painting worth $20,000.

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I guess you could say I "hoard" emails. Except for spam, I have all my emails going back about 22 years. I don't trip over them, though, and I've yet to find a dead rat underneath them. So, all's OK.

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who doesn't like a dead rat now and then?

or perhaps some larvae?

While I cant remember any of the specifics of the show I do become glued to them in fascination.

especially when they get to the roach filled pizza boxes and the stuffed animals and beanie baby 

collections. And then watching them become hysterical as people dump all there useless sh*t. 

Notice how the GOT JUNK trucks are now front and center... how do they find these people.

These people get paid very little for this voyeurism. Im sure there have to be some obese fetishists

 out there that love the 1000 sister show. stick that in your pipe and smoke it!    




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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:


I guess you could say I "hoard" emails. Except for spam, I have all my emails going back about 22 years. I don't trip over them, though, and I've yet to find a dead rat underneath them. So, all's OK.


Maybe you need to check again.....


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Hmmmmm...I thought my old emails were starting to smell.


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These people get paid very little for this voyeurism. Im sure there have to be some obese fetishists

 out there that love the 1000 sister show. stick that in your pipe and smoke it!    






Did you ever notice how so many of the hoarders seem to be hoarding fat cells, too?

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I've had several email addresses over the years. I got my first computer at Walmart in 1998.  800 some bucks, I think it was an HP. The browser (whatever)...OS was Windows 98. I've had my current email since 2005.
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by HART HART wrote:

These people get paid very little for this voyeurism. Im sure there have to be some obese fetishists

 out there that love the 1000 sister show. stick that in your pipe and smoke it!    






Did you ever notice how so many of the hoarders seem to be hoarding fat cells, too?


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I LOATHE hoarders of any kind. You couldn't pay me to sit and watch these shows and not be yelling at the TV MST3K-style for them to throw it all out. 
I want to tie them all up and make them watch someone drive a bulldozer through their junk or just burn the place down. Nothing of value was lost. 
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There was another episode of Hoarders where the woman had dead cats in her fridge and 50+ cats in her house. Holy s--t!! 
That's the woman who watched her father die of a heart attack when she was younger. Tragic story but yet getting away with animal abuse.
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Originally posted by crainbebo crainbebo wrote:

There was another episode of Hoarders where the woman had dead cats in her fridge and 50+ cats in her house. Holy s--t!! 
That's the woman who watched her father die of a heart attack when she was younger. Tragic story but yet getting away with animal abuse.

I always wonder how the psychologists in those shows would ever even think of specializing

in that sort of work... It reminds me of "life coaching"  how the f**k does one become 

a life coach ?  Shocked 
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Originally posted by crainbebo crainbebo wrote:

There was another episode of Hoarders where the woman had dead cats in her fridge and 50+ cats in her house. Holy s--t!! 
That's the woman who watched her father die of a heart attack when she was younger. Tragic story but yet getting away with animal abuse.

I saw that one and another one where a man had like 50 rats. These people must have no life.
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I saw that one and another one where a man had like 50 rats. These people must have no life.


There was that one with the guy who had thousands of rats in his house. He loved them. I think he ended up keeping a few.

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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by radioandnascarfan radioandnascarfan wrote:



I saw that one and another one where a man had like 50 rats. These people must have no life.


There was that one with the guy who had thousands of rats in his house. He loved them. I think he ended up keeping a few.


well in China that would be a free meal ticket 

at least he wasn't "stashing" gerbils 

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🤢🤢🤢 TRASH TV.
TLC always meant "The Learning Channel" to me...for decades. Of course I realized they changed into the reality TV epidemic slop a long long time ago. 

The Channel "redefined what it stands for and embraced the well-known colloquial phrase "tender loving care" in a bid to connect its heartwarming programming with viewers in a more emotional fashion."

Oh STFU!

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Look! It's actual Learning Channel stuff, from nearly 26 years ago. In this break is a promo for a program on the gold rush and a Walter Cronkite documentary on the growing problem of traffic jams. Is My 600 Lb Life promoted in this...oh hell no.
There was a time even earlier where The Learning Channel was airing reruns of Sewing with Nancy from PBS, along with the GED programs. I found multiple episodes in a blank VHS lot a few years back from eBay.

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Originally posted by radioandnascarfan radioandnascarfan wrote:



I saw that one and another one where a man had like 50 rats. These people must have no life.


There was that one with the guy who had thousands of rats in his house. He loved them. I think he ended up keeping a few.


I remember him crying throughout as they were like the love of his life after his wife passed.
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Originally posted by ThatNerdInPhilly ThatNerdInPhilly wrote:

🤢🤢🤢 TRASH TV.
TLC always meant "The Learning Channel" to me...for decades. Of course I realized they changed into the reality TV epidemic slop a long long time ago. 

The Channel "redefined what it stands for and embraced the well-known colloquial phrase "tender loving care" in a bid to connect its heartwarming programming with viewers in a more emotional fashion."

Oh STFU!


Tender Loving Care is what TLC typically means.
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Part of being woke, a hipster, a PC anal retentive....embrace pan sexualism, critter on critter lovin, and, yes, THE WORLD OF PLUMPERS!
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TLC used to stand for "The Learning Channel". Now it seems that TLC stands for "Televisionabout Large Chicks.

Damn shame.
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Originally posted by Mista_ecks313 Mista_ecks313 wrote:

TLC used to stand for "The Learning Channel". Now it seems that TLC stands for "Televisionabout Large Chicks.

Damn shame.

That sounds about right.
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