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  1. My Review of an A&E television series: a.k.a. Best diet video EVER!
5 Stars, Best Diet Video EVER
 Hoarders Season 4  Price: $26.99
I find the best time to watch Hoarders is when I:1. Eat dinnerand2. Clean my house.Here is why and I’m serious.As for #1, You can be breaking a three day fast and be nearly dead from hunger-pains, but I guarantee that it would take a special person who could scarf down a meal after watching a hazmat-suited team shovel out 4 years of human adult diapers and several feet of cat and rat feces from somebody’s home.As far as #2 goes, you know that cabinet in the bathroom you just shove everything into or that one closet you really don’t ever want anyone near?You watch a woman who would rather lose her children than throw out empty boxes or blames a child she drove out 10+ years ago for the house-rotting junk she’s amassed and you could be dog tired and still motivated to clean that $%&# up.I don’t know if most watch this with a certain schadenfreude, but I certainly don’t.Watching people who have given in to or lost to a mental disorder is like a quick-start boot-camp to buck-up and be grateful.There but for the grace of something go so many of us.
Original Amazon Review Here: Hoarders

    My Review of an A&E television series: a.k.a. Best diet video EVER!

    5 Stars, Best Diet Video EVER

    Hoarders Season 4 Price: $26.99

    I find the best time to watch Hoarders is when I:

    1. Eat dinner
    and
    2. Clean my house.

    Here is why and I’m serious.
    As for #1, You can be breaking a three day fast and be nearly dead from hunger-pains, but I guarantee that it would take a special person who could scarf down a meal after watching a hazmat-suited team shovel out 4 years of human adult diapers and several feet of cat and rat feces from somebody’s home.

    As far as #2 goes, you know that cabinet in the bathroom you just shove everything into or that one closet you really don’t ever want anyone near?
    You watch a woman who would rather lose her children than throw out empty boxes or blames a child she drove out 10+ years ago for the house-rotting junk she’s amassed and you could be dog tired and still motivated to clean that $%&# up.

    I don’t know if most watch this with a certain schadenfreude, but I certainly don’t.
    Watching people who have given in to or lost to a mental disorder is like a quick-start boot-camp to buck-up and be grateful.

    There but for the grace of something go so many of us.

    Original Amazon Review Here: Hoarders