No, I'm talking about how much stuff he has. Jason's collection of game equipment dwarfs my e-penis in size. He assured me that I have a very, very small e-penis, so small it's almost microscopic. I assured him his penis was massive, mammoth, and dinosauric in size. I applaud Mr. Jason for his honesty.CopyLifted said:Descent, you're an idiot. Your collection of video game crap is probably total faggotry to this collector as well, so STFU.
Boycott said:If you have an office job, you steal pens and paper and stuff...
If you have a computer-oriented job, you steal computer parts...
If you have a job at a Zeller's warehouse, you steal a huge collection of stuff taht you will never use.
This guy obviously works at a Zeller's Warehouse.
I bet the house is shaped like a happy meal.BklynCannonball said:There was this segment once on tv about collectors and they filmed this old couple who had everything McDonald's ever made. It was crazy. They actually have a house dedicated to that stuff. Shelves everywhere, displays all kinds of crap. It was intense.
Dude, that's what I do. I enjoy rare, obscure, and hard-to-find computer/video game hardware.CopyLifted said:See that's the problem though. Everybody always thinks $$$ when it comes to collecting.
Do you collect guns because you think they are going to be worth a shit load in the future? Probably not.
It's true, when it comes to "toys", and they are old and desirable, they probably are worth money. For me it's the fun of collecting, not if it's going to make me rich in the future.
Collect what you like and have FUN doing it. Don't collect thinking it's your retirement fund in the future.
And if you collect ANYTHING, don't knock other collections if it isn't what you collect.