My name is Tim and I am a Storage Wars addict. Why do I watch this rubbish? Please someone tell me there is a recruiting lesson to be learned here somewhere, or at least let me know I am not alone.

 

Whew - feel better already getting that off my chest.

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1. you're not alone.

2. there is no lesson.

3. you do it because your brain is fried after 12 hours of recruitment type activities and you need to give it a rest.  :)  That's my excuse for watching any of the Real Housewives...  haha

Thanks Amy- I think ; ) My excuse for Housewives is my Wife, but sadly we can probably have quite the discussion on any of the casts.

 

Bill - had to take a stand somewhere.....NO Jerseylicious (but that quote ruled). Anyway while I agree with you about the fashion tips, I kinda like Barry's skeleton gloves. 

 

YeeeeEEEPPP!

I"m here for ya Tim!  Gotta go - there's a rerun of Millionaire Matchmaker I haven't seen yet...  :)
Sadly, I watched (OK - wasted) an entire Saturday afternoon of re-runs of this complete rubbish of a show!   It was so much fun, I am not sure what this says about me as a person or my lack of taste in programming.     I am sure I am NOT the target demographic for this program, my Hubby and children were horrified when I "shushed" them right out of the room so as not to miss an exciting "yyeeeeeppp!"     Awful, Awful program.     Don't ask me how I became hooked, I am still wondering about that.
Saw it once and it motivated me to go clean out my storage room and have a storage room garage sale.  Then some idiot saw me selling stuff out of the storage room that looked like horse tack so he comes over and says he has a whole storage room full of stuff he bought from a liquidated tack store.  So i bought his storage room and moved it over into mine.  Go figure how much that dumb show cost me.  Still don't know what is in there.

I finally had to admit to the Housewive's watching 'cuz I got tired of trying to flip back to the History Channel when my husband walked in the room.  But I still keep my finger on the remote when watching Jerseylicious, can't barely admit that one to myself!

 

@Sandra: my aunt and sister-in-law both now make pretty good money with their yard sale/flea market/ junking items that they always were into. They re-sell on eBay, etc. and do well. There are 5,028 results on eBay for "horse tack" - perhaps you have a gold mine just waiting to be found! :)

@Amber - that's the ONE show my husband gives me crap about.... he will actually sit down and watch stuff like The Bachelor with me, but draws the line at any of the Housewives.  I think I'm just jealous because I live in Seattle and if we had "real housewives" they'd all be arguing over the best french speaking preschool and who didn't (gasp!) put out the recycling.  :)

OK - this post is kinda sad (you have been warned)..... so power returns early this morning and my 4yo can't wait to jump into Little Bear. I flip on TV and flip through channels and happened to catch a promo for Storage Wars Dallas? What? A spin off? Yuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuup!

 

I think I will need help....

Hello Tim,

You are alone if you're watching Storage Wars...unless you have pet gold fish (they can't close their eyes).

I'm hooked on on Pawn Stars & Mythbusters...because there is no shame in knowing what pure junk is worth; or knowing if a civil war cannon can take your head off at 100 yards

Pawn Stars - don't get me started..........

 

Another one I watch over and over thinking I will find something new. Although I have taken a few recruiting lessons from Pawn Stars; When it comes to negotiating shoot real low, always have a friend that is an 'expert', and when all else fails Chumlee makes a mean waffle. OK- just threw that last one out there.

Tim,

Yeah, Pawn Stars always has something interesting going down.  I particularly liked the episode where Houdini's straight jacket was confirmed as "authentic" by the expert.  Naturally, it was purchased for a trifle of its worth had it been auctioned off with some publicity.  The Pawn Boys jumped on that one.


Tim Spagnola said:

Pawn Stars - don't get me started..........

 

Another one I watch over and over thinking I will find something new. Although I have taken a few recruiting lessons from Pawn Stars; When it comes to negotiating shoot real low, always have a friend that is an 'expert', and when all else fails Chumlee makes a mean waffle. OK- just threw that last one out there.

Tino - our own thread and our own group..........

 

Funny thing is that was one of my favorite as well. I thought it was so cool that they had the pic and could tell by stitches and stuff. I admit I also like the one with the marble from the original Lincoln monument. Do we go for trifecta? Pickers fan as well?

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