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Have you bequeathed them in your will ? :rolleyes::laugh:

 

 

:laugh: Get in line , all of my gamer friends are waiting :p , Oh and i forgot the PS4 ones ....

 

I will add you to the list :p

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Music, over 60 GB

 

Um... That's not really much!?

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:laugh: Get in line , all of my gamer friends are waiting :p , Oh and i forgot the PS4 ones ....

 

I will add you to the list :p

No your ok Il pass.I was inferring that there is now a problem for many familys with not only how to access a deceased person online data but also who actually owns it. 

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Um... That's not really much!?

 

It's not much , but i do collect them .

 

No your ok Il pass.I was inferring that there is now a problem for many familys with not only how to access a deceased person online data but also who actually owns it. 

 

Well that would be a problem, but then again, at home i always leave my computer unlockedand steam acount oppened

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Ramones CDs.

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I collect comics (though not as many titles as in the past) action figures (gotta love those Play Arts Kai models), and collector editions of games.  I also purchase movies on Blu-ray and music on CDs if that counts.

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I used to collect porn, I had many many terabytes of the stuff.

 

thankfully I met a good woman, and I have no use for it now, so I released the disk space for other things.

 

I should maybe be worried though, as we get married in October, so I may need to start collecting again after that :-/

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CD/DVD/BR & digitized media

Computer hardware (still have my Altair & Super PET)

Video/audio editing soft/hardware

Video & photo gear

Woodworking tools & projects

Tools. Lots of tools

Fishing, hunting & camping gear

Antique, modern and primitive weapons

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Monster Energy cans.

(sorry for off topic rant)

i would not  drink them too much though, that stuff is horrible on your health.

 

 

any energy drink is pretty bad, i used to drink them a lot, a while back,

recently tried to get into them again (and with a much less healthy body)

 

i could be ok with redbull, it did not make me feel bad,

 

but monster drinks made me feel real sick after the effect wore out (3-4 hours)

something is not right with the ingredients there (i tried many different varieties, sugar/sugarfree too... the same effect)

i would feel anxious and depressed and my body would have a real hangover!

 

if you are not sensitive, you might not notice, but trust me, there is some crap there that is not good

so i highly recommend avoiding it.  or getting your fix from over brands

(i did not feel bad from redbull or 5 hour energy, and i cannot remember if rockstar was bad, but i don't think so...)

 

 

i went back to tea/coffee, and if i really need a pickmeup on a long drive or for a deadline to finish a project, i take redbull.

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Um... That's not really much!?

maybe it is all ripped to 128 mp3 or even lower :rofl:

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With fear to provoke too many Breaking Bad memes, I collect minerals. I literally grew up with them in my hands.

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Speeding Tickets.

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Money.

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bills from my mail box

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With fear to provoke too many Breaking Bad memes, I collect minerals. I literally grew up with them in my hands.

 

i have like 20 different crystals (or growths of crystals)

from tiny but super rare,  to amazing looking hymalayan salt lamp that is 50kg

(my guess... maybe much more heavy, it is huge, and i cannot lift it of the ground for more then few seconds...  but that could be because of the shape too)

 

also maybe another 20 small quartz pyramids.

 

don't think i am collecting them, i just like how some of them look set up around the house.    

when i accidentally broken one of the more fragile clusters, making it look less then perfect, i just threw it away, i am not attached.

(the only one i care about it that monster sized salt lamp, because of the cool and unusual color stripes in it... and because it cost me $300, LOL)

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I collect rare metals. I have this metal detector and go out on weekends to the bush to find metals which have been buried over the years. You tend to dig up and read up about some interesting findings. Rare activitiy but fun too. x

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Guns.

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At the moment I seem to be collecting Bass guitars, nothing really special or too expensive. Aria Pro II TSB-400, Squier Vintage Modified P/J (with EMG GZR-PJHZ) pickups and the Jackson JS3 Kellybird IV. Family pic:

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I collect basketball cards, and I'll start collecting money as well :D

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I'm collecting starbucks mugs all over the world

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