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40-year-old Data Hoarder is suing his parents after they threw out his cherished $29,000 porn collection

40-year-old Data Hoarder is suing his parents after they threw out his cherished $29,000 porn collection

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  1. That is some ridiculous advertising by Pornhub. The value of their premium service doesn’t come anywhere remotely close to what he lost. And they probably don’t have most of his videos. You can’t just randomly replace porn with porn. People have specific tastes.

  2. With that much, I would consider that physical hoarding… not data hoarding…

  3. Pornhub told INSIDER: “We’re very serious about lending a helping hand” ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

  4. All joking aside, some of those were probably classics that are important to the history of freedom of expression in these United States.

  5. My parents threw away my old baseball cards that could have probably made me rich by now. Didn’t think of suing them though.

  6. if he valued his collection of old ass porn why didn’t he store it in his own fucking storage unit? why have his poor parents have that pile of shit in their storage, he got exactly what he deserved.

  7. He probably should have just killed them after pulling shit like that on him.

  8. When I was a kid I came back from camp to discover my mother had thrown out all my Mad, Cracked and Car-toons magazines when she cleaned my room.

    Worse. after moving out, my mother gave away my filing cabinet containing every d&d module, original source books, dice , character sheets with characters and Dragon magazine. Not go mention source books for tmnt, top secret si, twilight 2000 and shadow run.

    Unearthed arcana, gone. Deities and demigods, gone.

    Luckily I had taken my fiend folio and original d&d starter set dice with me. Still have those.

    It wasn’t malicious or judgemental; she just didn’t get it

  9. > Someday, I hope you will understand.”.

    He is 40….

  10. I may be a bit of a data horder with 0 belief in the “family comes first” philosophy, but I 100% support this even though I don’t watch or collect porn. What an utterly shit thing to do.

  11. Nobody’s going to talk about the sex toy cache?

    Is that a topic for /r/dildohoarder?

  12. If you’re making your parents look at your filth, they’re within their rights to toss it in a dumpster.

  13. I guess you really **can** put a price on happiness.

  14. Ahem, I believe you mean his *Linux ISO* collection.

  15. Destroyed? There are perfectly good forests that could handle this.

  16. I saw this story linked in another thread and I was wondering, “Didn’t anybody read the article?”

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    For more context, check this one out:
    [https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/man-sues-parents-allegedly-destroying-his-valuable-porn-collection-n994651](https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/man-sues-parents-allegedly-destroying-his-valuable-porn-collection-n994651)

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    It took me several minutes to find it, as most outlets reporting this are recycling the same bullet points as the OP article here.

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    While I support the guy in principle for the recovery of the value of his lost property, I don’t really feel any sympathy for him.

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    This nugget seems to be missing from all of the other articles:

    > The man’s mother told police that she and his father had asked their son not to bring any of his pornography into their house before he moved in because they knew he “had issues with it.” The parents kicked him out after a domestic incident, the police report states.

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    If the physical collection had that much value, getting a storage unit would have been worth it. He probably should have considered his parents’ potential reactions to the large collection.

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    Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.

  17. Not to blame the victim, but don’t leave your stuff at other people’s house. If you move, take your stuff.

  18. Porn or not, you don’t destroy your child’s property.

  19. Whose job was it to calculate the value of the porn collection?

    Did they give it to the office intern?

  20. If only he had digitized it all. Nowadays you could keep that collection on a simple USB you keep on a lanyard around your neck. Or on the cloud.

  21. $29,000? It might have cost that much, but it’s only *worth* what someone else will pay for it, and I’m betting that is not nearly $29K

  22. > The father said he threw them out for his son’s own good and “would have done the same if I had found a kilo of crack cocaine,”

    There you have it kids, data hoarding is basically crack cocaine. Stay in school.

  23. >According to the suit, filed at a federal court in Michigan, the man had moved back in with his parents for a short while after a 2016 divorce.

    I wonder what issues their relationship might have had that led to this?