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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Images Approx. start time
Hallucinator  Wipeout I   Options Landlocked  Chain Reaction  1999  MP3   
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Yann Tomita  4'33" Dub   Options Music For Astro Age  Sony  1992  MP3   
0:03:33 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Evan Caminiti   Hand In Flame   Options Varispeed Hydra  Dust Editions  2020  MP3  https://dust-editions.bandcamp.com/ 
0:07:04 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ben Bondy & exael  Aphelion Lash   Options Aphelion Lash  West Mineral Ltd.  2020  MP3  https://westmineral.bandcamp.com/album/aphelion-lash-ouest092 
0:09:59 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jay Glass Dubs  Shape feat. Jasmine   Options SOMA LP  Berceuse Heroique  2020  MP3  https://berceuseheroique.bandcamp.com/album/bh-065-jay-glass-dubs-soma-lp 
0:12:22 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Colourbox  Justice   Options Colour Box  4AD  1983  MP3   
0:15:48 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Michael Karoli & Polly Eltes  Deluge (The River)   Options Deluge  Spoon Records   1984  MP3   
0:20:11 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
This Heat  Independence   Options Deceit  Rough Trade  1981  MP3   
0:26:35 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
J. Albert  Skitter   Options Pre Formal Audio  Anno  2020  MP3  https://anno2.bandcamp.com/album/pre-formal-audio 
0:29:35 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Pole  Raum Zwei   Options Raum Eins / Raum Zwei  DIN  1998  MP3   
0:31:54 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
uon  Solaris   Options uon  West Mineral Ltd.  2017  MP3  https://westmineral.bandcamp.com/album/uon-ouest098 
0:41:09 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Vladislav Delay  Viite   Options Multila  Chain Reaction  2000  MP3  https://vladislavdelay.bandcamp.com/album/multila-2020-remaster 
0:45:48 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Actress  Time   Options Ghettoville  Werkdiscs  2014  MP3   
0:52:23 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Khan Jamal Creative Arts Ensemble  Cosmic Echoes   Options Drum Dance to the Motherland  Eremite Records  2018  MP3  https://eremiterecords.bandcamp.com/album/drum-dance-to-the-motherland 
0:59:52 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Basic Channel  Radiance II   Options Radiance  Basic Channel  1994  MP3   
1:01:58 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Deadbeat  Plateau Quarter   Options Drawn and Quartered  BLKRTZ  2011  MP3  https://blkrtz.bandcamp.com/album/drawn-and-quartered 
1:04:14 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Grimescapes  Darkness   Options Grimescapes  YOUTH  2020  MP3  https://theyouthlabel.bandcamp.com/album/grimescapes-yo8th 
1:14:00 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Gas  Stern   Options Modern  Profan  1995  MP3   
1:16:59 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Gigi Masin  Miren Maitea   Options Lontano  Ants  2001  MP3   
1:21:12 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Monolake  Cyan   Options Hong Kong  Chain Reaction  1997  MP3   
1:23:51 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Exos  Áttfalt   Options Q-Box  Thule Records  1998  MP3   
1:33:04 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Substance  Relish Wildlife Reshape   Options Session Elements  Chain Reaction  1998  MP3   
1:36:48 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Shinichi Atobe  The Red Line   Options Ship-Scope  Chain Reaction  2001  MP3   
1:40:11 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Various Artists  No. 3 (Debit)   Options Decay Product  Chain Reaction  1997  MP3   
1:45:02 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Fluxion  Fovea Centralis   Options Vibrant Forms  Chain Reaction  1999  MP3   
1:51:04 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Porter Ricks  Port Of Transition   Options Port Of Transition / Port Of Call  Chain Reaction  1996  MP3   
1:57:14 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Maurizio  Domina   Options Domina  Maurizio  1993  MP3   
2:00:50 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Convextion  Equanimity   Options Convextion  Down Low Music  2006  MP3   
2:08:03 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Shielding  Grass Snow Rain   Options Collecting Seaweed EP  Wisdom Teeth  2020  MP3  https://wisdomteethuk.bandcamp.com/album/shielding-collecting-seaweed-ep 
2:15:15 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ramadanman  Humber   Options Humber  Apple Pips  2009  MP3   
2:18:37 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Paul St. Hilaire & René Löwe   Faith (Vox Mix)   Options Faith  False Tuned  2003  MP3   
2:23:44 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Hallucinator  Goldcoast   Options Landlocked  Chain Reaction  1999  MP3   
2:30:30 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
T++  Space Break   Options Space Pong / Space Break  Erosion  2006  MP3   
2:35:00 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Monolake  Alaska (Surgeon Remix)   Options Alaska Remixes  Monolake / Imbalance Computer Music ‎  2006  MP3   
2:40:52 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Appleblim  Vansan   Options Soundboy's Ashes Get Chopped Out And Snorted  Skull Disco  2007  MP3   
2:44:52 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Peverelist  Roll With The Punches   Options Roll With The Punches / Die Brucke  Punch Drunk Records  2007  MP3  https://peverelist.bandcamp.com/album/roll-with-the-punches-die-brucke 
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Logos  Medicate   Options Medicate  Radial Productions  2009  MP3  https://differentcircles.bandcamp.com/album/medicate 
2:51:50 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Shackleton  Undeadman (ReMMix by Mordant Music)   Options Fireworks  Honest Jon's Records   2011  MP3   
2:55:56 (MP3 | Pop‑up)

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Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:02am Fox:

Hey hey helloooooo.
  12:03am bren:

  12:04am Tookie Wuthry Guffy:

Avatar 12:04am sv:

evening y'all - how are we tonight?
  12:07am bren:

i’m good . n U ?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:07am Aitch:

Hi sv, all.
Avatar 12:08am sv:

i've got the strange kind of brain fuzziness that accompanies a fresh sunburn
  12:08am Tookie Wuthry Guffy:

weary of the night
  12:08am duck:

not awful. spent a few hours with sub 40 hz tones this afternoon. yours are sounding nice atm
Avatar 12:09am sv:

sub-40, jeez. what were you doing?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:09am Aitch:

Mid-winter here and pouring rain, some sunburn would be appreciated.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:11am spodiodi:

not bad, sv, sounds good
Avatar 12:11am sv:

i'd gladly transfer some to anyone who'd take it, trust me
  12:14am duck:

there is a whole world of sound down there i only recently became aware of due to purchase of an old/gigantic/passive eaw cinema sub
Avatar 12:16am slugluv1313:

greetings, sv and everyone!
brain fuzzy *without* the sunburn . . . still sorting books . . . music/vibes are perfect!
Avatar 12:16am sv:

that rules - i've only gotten to feel tones that low properly at a handful of raves
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:16am Ath:

Hi all
Avatar 12:17am slugluv1313:

@ Aitch -- would LOVE some pouring rain now!
humidity is not as oppressive -- but still hot as hell
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:18am Fox:

I set up my subwoofer and speakers in the attic loft so I don't have to worry about bothering my downstairs neighbors so much. At night I blast one of those 12 hour deep sound tracks on youtube, and it's INCREDIBLE. I sleep amazingly.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:20am olivia:

thanks for the tunes, sv! following a link-wormhole on some sound ecologists and listening to your show :~)
Avatar 12:20am Richy4619:

haha Fox that sounds great. I also live in the attic of a big old house, and where I perpetually listen to WFMU...
Avatar 12:22am Richy4619:

hey SV!! cheers to all you outer spacers too !
  12:23am duck:

yes fox that sounds enjoyable. personally i would play through that system all the time
Avatar 12:24am sv:

these are peak link-wormhole/12 hour deep sound/outer-space hours to be sure !
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:27am Fox:

I actually time my chores around the house for when I want to be in my bedroom with the bass. The TV is hooked up to that system as well, because good bass is so important for film.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:28am Fox:

I hate watching a television screen when there is ambient light, so the sunless attic loft is ideal!
Avatar 12:28am sv:

i've long wanted to rig up a speaker in my apartment that just plays those kevin drumm tracks that are intended to be played at super low volume on eternal loop as a sort of sonic furniture
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:29am Fox:

Ooooooh. That sounds amazing!
  12:29am bren:

i would love to hear This Heat take on the whole constitution and the amendments
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:30am Fox:

I was looking into finding a good bass amp that is small enough to be mounted up high, so that I can have good bass in the rest of my apartment without making their ceiling rattle.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:33am Fox:

Since the shutdown, I've been in my apartment basically 24/7. I was already practically like that, but this experience has changed my frame of reference.

Y'know Derren Brown? He can do all sorts of amazing things through subtle suggestion and psychological manipulation. I started looking at my own apartment to see what I was doing to my own brain with my surroundings.
  12:35am duck:

that was this heat, cool i was gonna say i felt like i knew the words hah. i've heard drumm mentioned around here before before, can't place... yes to vague sounds and somewhat perceptible sound systems. oh what did you find so far fox
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:35am Fox:

And I decided to treat my apartment not as a storage unit in which I was trapped with all my crap, but the set on which my entire life would be taking place for months, and stage on which I could create an environment of positive feedback loop.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:36am Fox:

Which is why I made my attic a sound oasis. And I started getting rid of even more of my crap. Having a clear mind free of unwanted influence is better than owning stuff.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:37am Fox:

@Duck - I haven't found anything yet. I was about to trick out my downstairs, but my roommate moved out and I can't pay my rent. So... no new speakers for me!
Avatar 12:40am Richy4619:

'tis the time for introspection, reflection and improvements. sv, you mean Shut In? love some kevin drumm
Avatar 12:40am Richy4619:

home* improvements too
Avatar 12:44am sv:

shut in would be one, so would imperial horizon, so would just lay down and forget it - the list goes on. i subscribe to him on bandcamp so i'd just run through the catalog [avoiding the more aggressive entries for the most part]
Avatar 12:45am sv:

i want to get rid of a lot of stuff. i also want to learn how to decorate a living space in a comfortable way.
  12:46am BH:

currently trying to not obviously stare at a cat as he decides to go under the bed for a minute or so for some reason (also he spent a few minutes around me because I was eating ice cubes and he's a fan of the icemaker)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:52am Fox:

I have always been a collector/hoarder of sorts. But once I realized how much easier life is when there's less stuff; less to clean, less to sort through, less to think about, it makes life feel lighter.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:53am Fox:

BH- Maybe he's just friends with the monster under there.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:55am spodiodi:

or monsterS 8^\
  12:56am BH:

He's an orange tabby that might be trying to make sure nothing is under there that could ambush him and interrupt his sleep
  12:56am duck:

so you guys are mostly nyc area no? i wonder how this milieu affects how people feel about the rent. yea fox i always heard you don't own stuff...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:59am mariano:

'Evening sv and crew, people.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:00am spodiodi:

hi mariano
  1:01am duck:

sv for me the top thing that makes a difference in the feel of a space is lighting
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:03am ♪Kɛ:

Spending so much time inside my apt. is not great. I suspect there is a missing part of my brain required for that type of organization and arrangement. I am the living embodiment of anti-feng shui; I seethe with absolute, unfettered spatial chaos. I must embrace it. Someday I'll be the supervillain to some kind of future home-decoration superhero.

Love the show!
Avatar 1:05am sv:

lighting is key !
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:05am spodiodi:

i'll route for you, ike
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:06am spodiodi:

i bought a computer from a hoarder. it was hard to be in his place 5 minutes
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:08am spodiodi:

ceiling to floor, everywhere, including both sides of the hallway... it was close. and he smoked. yech
Avatar 1:08am sv:

i remember seeing a house like that when i did meals on wheels with my mom as a kid. huge stacks of newspapers.
Avatar 1:09am ToTetsu:

This is sounding strangely familiar.
  1:09am duck:

oh shi- he put on the roller skating music. i'm legit gonna go for a skate
Avatar 1:09am slugluv1313:

@ Fox -- that sounds amazing -- going to look into Derren Brown, mentioned earlier how "quarantine organizing" not going as well as i would like -- and yeah, i collect a lot of stuff too, so would be nice to at least have what i am going to keep in some sort of *order* :)
Avatar 1:10am sv:

i've been doing a bunch of digital file organizing. it's so satisfying.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:13am ♪Kɛ:

@spodiodi, yikes, scary. As Tolstoy said: All clean families are alike; each grodey family is grodey in its own way. (I may be paraphrasing slightly.)
  1:16am pp:

dab some dub on the wound. feels better already.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:16am spodiodi:

i keep joking with my partner that we should order one of those blue bins and just throw everything we own out the windows into it
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:17am spodiodi:

that, or one good match would do it
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:18am Fox:

Yessss, lighting is key. My apartment has almost all dimmer switches, which really allows you to change the tone.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:20am Fox:

Kɛ: My favorite super villain(s) of all time are called The Interior League. They break into people's homes and rearrange the furniture in such a way that when the owners come home, the positioning of objects unlocks an inner madness in them and one of the household then murders the rest.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:21am Fox:

I am an obsessive furniture rearranger, so that really spoke to me!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:21am spodiodi:

The Interior League. cool
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:22am Fox:

slugluv - Derren Brown is interesting because he plays it all off like mind reading, but most of it is placing the idea in your head in the first place. He was able to change the political leanings of people by changing their environment.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:25am Fox:

@Spodiodi - I feel like that would be kind of cheating though? I think it is psychologically important to go throgh your stuff and actually decide you don't want it. The external world effects the inner, and going through your crap and watching yourself get rid of old crap helps tell your brain to delete those files in your brain, because they aren't relevant. Otherwise, all your brain functions will be pointing to folders that aren't there, and it might throw you into a panic at not having your safety of stuff.
Avatar 1:28am slugluv1313:

@ Fox -- fascinating! i mean, the idea is already there -- but actually doing everything (or even a little!) has been the issue . . . things were kinda getting "normal" for me back in January & was making a bit of progress -- then Covid hit, which threw a huge monkey wrench into everything
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:32am mariano:

Hey spodi, just saw your post, was occupied elsewhere. Fox/slugluv: I'm an amateur magician/mentalist, and you're exactly right about Derren Brown: the real trick is getting the audience to believe in the possibility that he has some sort of psychic power, but like you said it's of course all tricks. The real lesson in magic is that as animals, we humans are verrry easy to fool (including top magicians), especially when we want to believe something is real. So in a way mentalists do have a very real power, but thankfully DB, Luke Jermay, and others use it for good.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:32am spodiodi:

i hear you, Fox. it makes sense, and i've experienced doing it without cheating. but i'm not too worried. my memory is going, and i'm already panicked most of the time anyway.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:35am Fox:

ooooh. Mariano, have I mentioned the Warren Ellis scandal to you? He was using hypnotism and mind control techniques on women.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:35am spodiodi:

like that tmbg song, but creepier
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:37am mariano:

Yeah Fox, I've been following that sad story through your posts here and the links you've posted. I'd never heard of him before, don't know much about that world, but I'm glad at least all his malfeasance has come to light.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:38am Fox:

It's made me even more hyper aware of influence.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:39am Fox:

Spodiodi - yay for no memory and constant panic! Meee toooooo!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:45am mariano:

I did a major apartment overhaul a month or so ago, mainly a closet crammed full of stuff that I hadn't even looked at in a couple of years. For a few days it looked like a bomb had gone off, but after it was all sorted and organized it felt so good. A good house cleaning can be almost like an exorcism of sorts.
Avatar 1:46am ToTetsu:

This weekend I stumbled on an interesting phenomenon while going through my camera bag. looking through the past 10+ years of cf cards, I was thinking ho much more interested I was to look at these photos because they were still on cards. I'm sure I still have all these photos on harddrives, but I would never go and look at them there.
It's making me double think my plan to scan all the momento papers I have around, and then ditch the physical copies.
Avatar 1:52am sv:

yeah, i regularly experience the same thing with my cd collection. also been experiencing it with music-making gear recently, which is kind of nice.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:52am mariano:

ToTetsu: I'm like that with my reading material. I totally get the beauty and romance of physical books, but a) there's the environmental issue because of the paper and b) it's just so convenient to have a library's worth of books and magazines on one small device. Plus it makes moving so much easier.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:53am Fox:

ToTetsu - I think physical copies are important. You could always just collect them all into a scrap book.
Avatar 1:57am slugluv1313:

@ mariano -- oh hell yeah! re: having stuff cleaned and organized -- like a HUGE Banishing/Hex Breaking ritual :)
still *just* sorting through all the books -- right now just separating fiction, non-fiction, and donations . . . have not come across my copy of "The Handmaid's Tale" but i DID find the photocopies i made of Flying Ointments, etc. from a book i found while working at Tower Books so many many years ago (now i gotta find out if this book is the expert resource i have been hearing about)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:03am mariano:

Flying ointments? I've never heard that particular term before, slugluv, that's so interesting. Reading up on the topic right now.
  2:03am ignatatus666:

Avatar 2:03am slugluv1313:

@ Fox & @ ToTetsu -- definitely! re: physical copies . . . okay i do not even have a Will yet, but i am aiming for a Swedish Death Cleaning of sorts -- do not want anyone being stuck with having to sort through all the crap i left behind!
came across a bunch of photos earlier too -- true, i probably would not even look at them if they were digital -- so yeah, some sort of scrapbook is in order for stuff like that :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:04am spodiodi:

mariano @ 145 :)
Avatar 2:07am slugluv1313:

@ mariano -- the general term is "Witches' Ointments" -- from a book called "The Complete Book of Incense, Oils and Brews" -- so OF COURSE i had to copy the stuff on these concoctions
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:10am Fox:

I had an ex OD around three years ago, and it was only my OCD paired with my physical impairment from Lyme Disease and my desire to properly Swedish Death Clean my crap properly and not leave a mess behind that kept me alive for the following year and a half. By the time I got half way done, I didn't want to die anymore. I'm still at it, but the inspiration has shifted.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:12am coelacanth∅:

greetings sv and nowhere creatures
Avatar 2:12am slugluv1313:

@ Fox -- that is awful about your ex!
and i am really, really, REALLY happy to know that the inspiration has shifted :)
Avatar 2:17am slugluv1313:

@ mariano -- this is the book, i do not have a copy, but apparently considered a "classic":

i do find it odd that Cunningham does not go into more detail about the significance/meaning of the ingredients (thankfully, the two "Magickal Formulary" books i got from Magickal Childe ages ago do discuss the plants, herbs, etc.)
Avatar 2:18am Hubig Pie:

My last late night Sunday. Back to work next week. I'll miss this show
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:18am mariano:

So sorry to hear about your ex, Fox. Glad you've managed to work through it.

I've never heard of SDC either. I'm learning quite a bit this evening

Hey coelacanth∅!
Avatar 2:19am slugluv1313:

hiya Hubig Pie!
we will miss you!!!!!!
but, hopefully will see you elsewhere :)
Avatar 2:21am sv:

hubig, we'll miss you - the archives are always there for you!
Avatar 2:22am sv:

fox, i'm glad you climbed out of that hole.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:23am Fox:

Thanks guys! Yeah, it was a dark time, but my neuroses saved me! :D
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:24am spodiodi:

hola coelacanth, hubig.

Fox, that's inspirational
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:25am Fox:

Woot! I just scored 6-8 am delivery for Amazon Fresh! They always open up some slots at the last minute. The opposite sleep lifestyle pays off!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:27am mariano:

Thanks slugluv, that looks really interesting. Aside from the enjoyment of learning something new it might come in handy with the magic. When I'm personalizing a trick to my style, especially if it's occult-themed, I like it to be grounded in something historical.

Hubig: Ah well, that's bittersweet: it's good to have a job to go back to in these times, but I'm sorry you won't be able to tune in and hang out late.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:32am coelacanth∅:

hey mariano, spodi
Avatar 2:38am slugluv1313:

@ mariano -- definitely! even stuff like "The Herb Book" by John B. Lust is really informative
a lot of this stuff i kinda knew when i was like . . . 11 -- so i am kinda re-learning everything now . . . inspired in large part by my friend who makes all the potions, i asked her HOW she learned so much about plants, etc. -- she said she just started LISTENING
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:44am Fox:

Oh, for those of you local to NJ, I recommend the instagram of swampythings. She's always photographing and explaining local plants. It is fascinating.
Avatar 2:47am slugluv1313:

@ Fox -- i will find her -- thank you!!!
my Mom was an expert at this too -- her and my Grandma could identify any plant, tree, bird, etc. -- i am amazed they do not rise up from the Dead and slap me upside the head for NOT being able to do this myself!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:48am coelacanth∅:

scrolled up just to see the roots of the herbal conversation (since that's a part of my life) and saw @1.08 spodi that's as my father's house was. he checked out a year and a half (?...2-1/2?) ago and i'm still getting rid of his shit.
Avatar 2:49am ToTetsu:

I'm really into the "Crime Pays But Botany Doesn’t" youtube channel at the moment www.chicagomag.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:50am coelacanth∅:

(...shipping out a cordless drill tomorrow; one of 17 that i counted on one level of the house)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:50am mariano:

coela: Same here, my mom's stuff is in storage a five-hour drive away, at some point I'm gonna have to go sort all that out so I don't have to pay $83/month for the privilege of not dealing with it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:51am spodiodi:

coel, i can relate, having lost my dad ~ 1.5 yrs ago, and am still dealing with stuff and people i'd rather not have to deal with -- and slugluv, i've been feeling that lost knowledge thing myself, largely in relation to my dad
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:56am Fox:

When my aunt died, she lived in the house that she'd grown up in, and there was just generations of CRAP that nobody wanted to throw out, but was utterly useless. I had to talk my cousins into taking boxes of fabric. It puts those behind in this weird realm of guilt. Suddenly everyday crap is thought to possess some deeper significance. But it doesn't. It's still just too much stuff.
Avatar 2:56am sv:

last one from me - thanks y,all :) have great weeks / be safe. see ya next time.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:57am mariano:

Thank you sv! Thanks to the crew as always, take care everyone.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:57am spodiodi:

thanks, sv
thanks, crew
see you all soon
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:57am Fox:

Gooooodnight SV!!
Avatar 2:58am Richy4619:

peace sv + crew
Avatar 2:58am slugluv1313:

can totally relate too -- my parents were not hoarders, but had a lot of stuff, still dealing with much of it and Grandparents' stuff too
some was easy to just get rid of (like a five shelf storage cart stuffed with boxes of my Mom's grocery coupons -- dating back to 1975!) but had to sort through a lot, because the important stuff was mixed in with the crap
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:59am spodiodi:

the blue bin is calling
Avatar 3:00am slugluv1313:

thanks for another wonderful show, sv -- such a perfect soundtrack for hoarding prevention :)
have a great week, everyone!
stay safe, stay COOL!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:00am coelacanth∅:

mariano my father never rented storage units. along with small things he hoarded big things. he had 2 houses (one which he never lived in and sold for a >$10,000. loss within a few months, 3-4 cars, 4 boats (i don't mean little boats). so he filled those spaces too.
he wasted per year more than i live on per year; and died in significant debt.
- is you mom still amongst us?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:01am coelacanth∅:

oh shit.
Thanks sv! Thanks board op(s) whomever you may be!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:01am mariano:

coela: Wow, that's a lot of stuff! No, my mom died in April of 2019.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:03am coelacanth∅:

oh i'm sorry to hear it mariano - and spodi...although maybe i said that at the time?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:04am spodiodi:

thanks coel, same to you and mariano. i don't think i mentioned until somewhat recently if i did, but it sounds familiar.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:06am spodiodi:

thanks again sv
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