- Nov 28, 2011
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My current anti-bucket list involves avoiding places (both online and offline) like:At this point, I think I'll have to also abstain from walking by any dvd/bluray/cd sections at offline retailers (like WM/BB/etc ... and discount stores), and avoid searching through online sites like amazon, ebay, etc ...
Basically avoid any offline/online retailers which carry any items of interest which are treadmill prone.
- cd/dvd/bluray/record stores + sections (such as at WM, BB, discount stores, etc ...)
- comic book + board game hobby type shops
- rock concerts + nightclubs
- Toys R Us and other large toy sections (such as at WM, etc ...)
- non-matinee movie theater screenings
- fiction sections at bookstores, libraries, etc ...
- video disc rental outlets/sections (the few still left)
- computer stores + sections (such as BB, etc ...)
- fast food restaurants
- shopping malls (especially indoor ones in general)
- video arcades (the few still remaining)
- video game stores (the few still remaining) and sections (such as at WM, BB, etc ...)
- flea markets/bazaars
- thrift shops
- etc ...
For example, I am purposely not buying any current pc games + consoles (such as PS4, XboxOne). The few video games I still play are older games from a decade ago, such as single-player games like Grand Theft Auto 3, Vice City, etc ....
All this is largely to preemptively close off any further avenues to possible potential treadmills.
I'm sure there's other places + stuff which I haven't thought of yet, which will probably end up on my anti-bucket list.