That was more work than i thought...

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  1. rattrap007

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    I just spent about an hour rearranging all my DVDs. Took them off the shelves adjusted them all be catagory (TV, comedy, horror, sci-fi, etc). If it was a movie series or collection (like Kevin Smith films) I put them together.. Damn that was a lot more work than i thought. I'm worn out.

    Now all i need is about $2,000-3,000 to buy up all the rest of the DVDs i still need like seasons 3+ of A-Team, seasons 3+ of Knight Rider, season 4+ of quantum Leap, etc.

    I hate spring cleaning of my TFs and DVDs...
     
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    A reward for your trouble Rattrap007

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    As a reward for your hard work at reorganizing :wink: 
     
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    Reminds me of a scene from "High Fidelity" where John Cusack's character, Rob, just had a friend of his walk into his apartment. There are thousands of Rob's record albums all over. They're in stacks, piles, scattered on the furniture. The shelves are about a third full. Cusack's sitting on the floor with his legs crossed, methodically leafing through a stack of vinyl.

    "Rob, whatcha up to?"

    "Sorting my records."

    "Really, how? Alphabetically, chronologically?"

    "Autobiographically."

    ...

    "Woah..."
     

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