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  • ReviewTheFacts

    I can see why his wife divorced him. My last post of this was deleted. The person who deleted it was intent on defending the man.

  • Donnie The Lion

    Let's substitute car for pornography. Dad destroys $29,600 car belonging to son instead of delivering it as requested. Under the law, these two scenarios are exactly the same.

  • Donnie The Lion

    "Someday, I hope you will understand." Yes, I think the DAD is going to understand when the judge informs him destruction of private property is against the law and he has to pay his son $86,000.

  • Some Random Guy

    Shocking that this guy got a divorce. What a weirdo.

  • KlintzDisqus

    Linked story provides more details: 12 moving boxes full of movies and 2 boxes of "toys".

    Here I was thinking Playboy or Hustler magazines that the guy collected for their articles (of course)...

    Just how valuable are VHS tapes?

  • KlintzDisqus

    Think about this: if there was one underage girl or boy in that whole collection, he could have been charged with child pornography. But since it was destroyed, it cannot be rifled through by authorities.

    Did the parents save this guy's future by obliterating his past?

    Per linked article, the son was allegedly kicked out of both high school and college for selling pornography on campus. And, apparently, the father had warned the son if he ever brought such material into his house ever again--he'd destroy it.

    The father fulfilling a promise made years ago.

  • KlintzDisqus

    How does a sub-$30K "collection" rate an $86K lawsuit?

    Emotional trauma?

    How'd you like to be on the jury for that one--and as the parents, I'd insist on a jury trial. Relying on the judge solely is a 50-50 gamble depending on which side of the ideological fence she sits on

  • TheHonorableDoggy

    Anyone possessing $30,000 in porn has a serious problem. This guy is living at home with his parents so he can own $30,000 of porn. That's a house down payment. I see why he's divorced. Huge loser.

  • Christine Vanoff

    I have little doubt that his obsession with porn helped destroy his marriage. I'm not a prude, just sayin'.

  • j penske

    "the man moved back into his parents'...home after a divorce. Among his possessions was a smut collection".
    Any bets on why his wife divorced him ?
    And hey dude, it's your parent's house... they had every right to throw away anything they didn't want there. Your lawsuit will most likely be thrown out. Not only that, your parents will probably disown you now.

  • Dave Dunphy

    Gee, I wonder what would cause a woman to divorce a man who spent $30,000 on porn...

  • Horton1973

    I cannot stop laughing. All I have to say.

  • Oldswimmer

    The guy left them behind. Perhaps his parents did not want to be responsible for shipping pornography across state lines. Without viewing all of it, they wouldn't know what they were shipping.

  • wise old indian

    I wonder why his wife kicked him out? Maybe it was because of his twenty nine thousand dollars worth of porn. She probably didn't want that in the house not to mention the $29,000 that could have been used toward a kid's education. If they had kids she dang sure didn't want it in the house. I'm a self-proclaimed dirty old man and I don't want it in my house. It's cool when you're 13 but not for a grown man.

  • BigRead

    I'm sure his parents said to him "those were collectibles in that condition?"

  • larryroth702

    The REAL lucky person is the ex-wife.. Who in their right mind has a "Collection of porn"? This is something a single person may use....not a married one. She got out in time from this creep. No doubt he is a Republican.....a Trumper, the ultimate wierdo.

  • Pro-Marx

    Do you think his evidence will stand up in court?