Public Storage

This company has locations all around the valley. As I drive through my neighborhood, I see many garages absolutely stuffed front to back with junk. Or what looks like junk to me. May I suggest to you my neighbors that you can clean out all of your hoarding spoils to a paid storage unit? This would make it possible to use the space for it’s intended purpose! I’m what is called a Minimalist. Don’t need it? Be gone!

8 thoughts on “Public Storage

  1. Actually, I like some of the vintage stuff I grew up with. But, a storage space is an extra expense most people really don’t need.

    • It really is an extra monthly cost but if folks want to clean up the mess it’s gotta happen unless they are hoarders… Nasty.

  2. I see more and more storage company buildings being built. I predict they all will be filled with the stuff of aging baby boomers. With their big old furniture that their adult children do not want, even though it is free. I told my two kids – after we downsized a ton of stuff – You’re Welcome ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Wow, that’s a great point! Having worked at a U-Haul location I’ve seen some really nasty **** and some nice stuff too. But your analogy makes total sense! My kids would like the furnishings in my new home, not older folk style.

  3. John it always amazes me here in the dead of winter to see people unable to park in their garages because they are full of stuff. Iโ€™m with you on keeping the things in life to a minimum

    • Thanks! My intent isnโ€™t to be mean about these folks, I just donโ€™t understand why some folk do this. I call it Hoarding.

  4. I remember this one! He was a great comic!! He was funny in the old Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure movie too. You are the first to ever leave a video in a comment here. I’ll leave it as it doesn’t use my storage allocation. ๐Ÿ˜Ž

  5. Reminds me of George Carlin’s “Stuff” routine.

    “Your house is only a place where you keep your stuff so you can go out and buy more stuff. Sometimes you’ll have a yard sale to get rid of your old stuff so there’s more room for your new stuff. The only reason we lock our doors is to protect our stuff from getting stolen.”

    (PG for language)

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