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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Neil Brock, Mar 13, 2018 at 12:42 PM.
Then that means you don't own enough!
So you're saying if someone *doesn't* know then they *do* own enough?
I know - but only if I look it up in my spreadsheet first... do I buy more or what?
If you know how many TV series and shows you own.....
You wouldn't buy specific seasons twice because you were unaware it was already in your collection. Happened to me on more than three occasions.
I don't generally buy TV series as this is exactly why I pay Netflix but I couldn't resist Seinfeld and Curb.
No, I don't know and yes, I think I own enough.
With over 1,000 TV shows lining my shelves I just about have all the TV shows, movies, serials and documentaries I want. Just a handful of "Grail" and "Bucket List" shows I hope will one day come out on DVD. That's about it.
Those are some pretty, pretty, pretty good shows to buy.
...then you are probably better situated financially for retirement vs. those of us who have indulged their collections way, way too much.
(At least that is what I think sometimes. On the other hand you can't take it with you.)
I'm more of a music man myself, sir! I have over 30,000 songs on my computer and often run across things I didn't even know I had.
It's happened to me on a few occasions (Usually because the show is part of a "shovelware" set with many shows I didn't own). Whenever this happens I give the old sets to a friend, then move along.
A lot of the stuff that people tend to buy (as far as TV series is concerned) never ends up on Netflix/Hulu, so we don't really have much of a choice
I know. I guess I prefer to spend my limited free time listening to music and watching my favorite films. I watch TV shows only in the morning during breakfast and sometimes at night to lull me to sleep. For that, Netflix works well.