You have a junk drawer full of stuff you might use some day. You have a few things that you know you'll never use again, but can't bring yourself to throw away. You have a collection that's too much and too big for the space you live in. So what makes you different from a hoarder? Not much.
This one does exactly what it says on the tin, folks. And yes, it is the best thing.
The mummified wife of a hoarding husband was found in the basement wall of the home where the couple lived when she allegedly vanished, in 1983. Identified by dental records, the remains of JoAnn Nichols were not discovered until after her creepy husband died last year.
Vince Hannemann is the junk king, which means he has a whole lotta junk. Being the junk king is different from hoarding though, because instead of living in a cesspool of outdated crap and worthless technology, Hannemann actually created a cathedral with... outdated crap and worthless technology. It's sort of…
I still find it hard to believe that hoarding is a thing but then I remember people are weird and crazy. Like Richard Baker, a man who's collected, held on to and hoarded so much stuff that you can see it all from Google Maps.
Sometimes life is dull, so to jazz things up, you use your imagination and fabricate. Such is the case in this news segment, wherein reporters and a psychologist label some dude with a bunch of computers an e-hoarder. The horror.
Anti-hoarding may be the most underrated bonus of gadgets, ever. Not that my dad would know anything about that. (That's his desk!)
This Russian man has a tattoo, some nice Persian rugs, and a modest television set. He also has hundreds upon hundreds of processors. Peruse his absurdly long (though very well organized) list and see if he has your favorite.
Mail hoarding is a fantastic phenomenon. Slate explains it as the cases where postal workers stockpile mail/packages in their trucks, then act like they delivered them. I discovered that this happens with Fedex too.