[Downsizing Zeal] Streaming Revitalizes Materialism?

Now that I’m livestreaming occasionally, I’ve found myself with an interesting conundrum: I own many videogames that I could livestream, but I would need to buy special hardware to make this happen, or, I could livestream those same videogames with emulation. For a vast majority of the videogames I own, with Silent Hill 2 being an example, I don’t care about whether I own the videogame or not. I’m not a “retro variety streamer.” But still…

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[Downsizing Zeal] Data Entry Gaming

I found a large batch of Playstation 2 games that I’ve never played that I bought for next to nothing that I probably never would have played, even if I had ten lifetimes worth of time. Why would I keep these? What value do they serve? Are they self-confidence boosters in addition to being shelf warmers? It would be one thing if I were a gamer, but since I game so seldomly, I’ll sell them soon.

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Yard Sale: Project Motherboard

The sign from the road caught my eye. I hadn’t seen any garage or yard sales on craigslist in the area, I wasn’t on a strict timeline, and I needed to check my map app for directions. Two other signs guided me through a friendly neighborhood to a quiet upper-middle-class cul-de-sac. I won’t always stop at a garage sale. I’ll usually glance over the sale and park if there’s anything that catches my eye such as cool or interesting items, toys, tools, or in this case, thin rectangles holding videogames and movies.

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