- Jun 10, 2003
- Real Name
- Josh Steinberg
Feel free to donate anything unwanted my way
None of my family or friends are interested, either. My wife's had luck in the past selling my old titles locally via Facebook Marketplace, but she hasn't sold any in a month or so. I think she has a pile of over 35 titles still unsold. Eventually we will probably donate them to Goodwill or the Salvation Army if she cannot sell them.I have zero takers for discs among friends and family - they’re all over the hassle of the physical object and the clutter.
Well, you can rule out getting any of the discs that I purchased based on your reviews. Those remain keepers.Feel free to donate anything unwanted my way
Thanks for the link to the cabinets. Looks like some of the cabinets have locks. Does yours?Sadly I can't find the link to the YouTube video that converted me to putting my movies in sleeves, but this video shows the space saving. In the video I can't find, the collector used these custom cabinets and filed alphabetically.it was a beautiful sight. Personally, I'm waiting on buying the cabinet for when I leave my renting days behind me. So in the mean time I've got them organized in long cardboard boxes like these with dividers sitting on top of wire shelving. Turned a collection taking up 9 tiers of DVD shelves across two walls, I think in the 2500-3000 range, into neat filing system 20"x36"x30".
A tip I didn't get soon enough was to print out labels with title, year, runtime (or whatever) when I was transporting them.
Ripping discs? I learned the hard way. If it's a CD that's important to you, save it after ripping. Put it in dead storage, perhaps. But anything computer dependent is liable to crash, melt down, malfunction, etc. And then you'll be so glad to have the CD.
I haven't gotten the cabinets yet, they're pretty big and heavy so I'm going to wait until we get a house. I probably wouldn't bother with locks, nobody is going steal your movies one at a time.Thanks for the link to the cabinets. Looks like some of the cabinets have locks. Does yours?
Based on the individual and their living circumstances, if one has the instinct for using locks then - by all means - they must follow it.I haven't gotten the cabinets yet, they're pretty big and heavy so I'm going to wait until we get a house. I probably wouldn't bother with locks, nobody is going steal your movies one at a time.