xoxoxoBruce Tuesday Sep 14 12:55 AM
Sept 14, 2010: Book Hoarders
There's a book hoarding couple, in St. Louis Park, MN.
Trilby Tuesday Sep 14 07:12 AM
It's good to be king.
skysidhe Tuesday Sep 14 09:53 AM
fjhs3 Tuesday Sep 14 10:06 AM
A Kindle from Amazon ....
bbro Tuesday Sep 14 10:25 AM
darkwing duck Tuesday Sep 14 10:26 AM
I'd LOVE to do that! I'm going to suggest it to my husband.
wolf Tuesday Sep 14 10:43 AM
I need space for my books. Me want.
Cloud Tuesday Sep 14 10:57 AM
pretty functional "hoarders" if they can afford to buy and build that.
monster Tuesday Sep 14 12:41 PM
Someone did that just round the corner from me here. I'll try and take a pic sometime. Not sure what they're hoarding, though, although I have my suspicions....
xoxoxoBruce Tuesday Sep 14 01:05 PM
Gravdigr Tuesday Sep 14 04:47 PM
casimendocina Wednesday Sep 15 03:55 AM
xoxoxoBruce Wednesday Sep 15 04:27 AM
Most of the house would catch before books in wall bookcases. Plus not having boxes to trip over makes it safer.
Gravdigr Wednesday Sep 15 05:41 AM
Spindly branches?! gasp
Gravdigr Wednesday Sep 15 05:44 AM
Think of the silverfish, man! They'll be huge! HUGE I tell ya!!
SPUCK Wednesday Sep 15 06:26 AM
They'll be crushed in an earthquake! Think of it - being killed by Webster the Unabridged version.
Clodfobble Wednesday Sep 15 08:16 AM
It's good to see they still have some room to expand.
Pete Zicato Wednesday Sep 15 10:00 AM
Lamplighter Wednesday Sep 15 12:35 PM
But even the digital versions don't have an entry for the word "gullible" because it's not in the printed versions.
toranokaze Wednesday Sep 15 02:06 PM
From the looks of it they have a well managed collection
Spexxvet Wednesday Sep 15 03:20 PM
HungLikeJesus Wednesday Sep 15 09:48 PM
casimendocina Friday Sep 17 02:40 AM
xoxoxoBruce Friday Sep 17 10:52 AM
If you run out of room, books are a good building material to make more room... for more books.
Lamplighter Friday Sep 17 11:10 AM
Notice the titles... we read those in school back in the 50's
spudcon Friday Sep 17 09:25 PM
I'm sure they're still reading Silent Spring, along with Al Gore's book.
casimendocina Friday Sep 17 10:48 PM
This is like an eye test. The only titles I can see clearly are Catch 22, Proverbs, Children's Stories. Looking again, I can see Fahrenheit 451. Silent Spring wasn't published til the 60's if I remember my dates correctly.
Lamplighter Friday Sep 17 11:25 PM
It's a parking garage across the street from a library in the US, but I won't spoil the mysteries of titles or city
casimendocina Saturday Sep 18 12:05 AM
Griff Saturday Sep 18 08:55 AM
Spexxvet Saturday Sep 18 10:46 AM
casimendocina Saturday Sep 18 10:36 PM