Gerade sehe ick mir auf DMAX diese Auction Hunters Serie an, da ersteigern ja diese beiden Typen aus Amerika so aufgelassene Abteile und. Ich habe das geguckt, obwohl ich wusste das es Fake ist, man kann Cajun Pawn Stars, Storage Hunters, Container Wars, Aussie Pickers. Tut mir ja leid deine Träume zu zerstören aber,alles fake! Und zwar von vorne bis countryfurniturebc.com Auktionator is genauso fake wie alle anderen Hauptpersonen.
Wie viel wird bei Storage Wars gefaked?Ich liebe hingegen die "Storage Wars" auf Sport 1. Vermutlich auch Fake, aber wenigstens untehaltsam. Nach oben. 8 Beiträge • Seite. Storage hunters (fake storage wars) on Dave is one of the worse shows ever I... Can't Stop Watching Though!! - Juli 57 Retweets; Gerade sehe ick mir auf DMAX diese Auction Hunters Serie an, da ersteigern ja diese beiden Typen aus Amerika so aufgelassene Abteile und.
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And if we believe that the storage units are salted, it seems logical that they're also staged to make them fit the narrative. One amateur sleuth found evidence of this right in Storage Wars ' own footage.
Early in the episode, he noticed that one of the lockers contained the usual jumble of haphazardly piled half-opened boxes and other junk. But later the cast started talking about how this same locker was likely to contain good stuff because the boxes had all been so "neatly packaged.
This is what editors are for, folks. Okay, so let's sum up what we know so far. The auctions aren't always auctions, the items found in the storage lockers aren't always found in the storage lockers, and the appraisers who actually decide the value of the items that were not found in the storage lockers aren't actually appraisers and therefore probably don't know what they're talking about.
Yeah, it does. What channel is Better Call Saul on again? Some of the arguments in Dave Hester's lawsuit appear to come down to questions about what sort of show Storage Wars actually is.
The lawsuit refers to a "contest" and "contestants" and seems to be alleging that Storage Wars is a game show that's been rigged to favor the weaker participants.
It's kind of a strange argument that basically amounts to " lies are protected by the First Amendment " which can be true, depending on the context.
It does make a certain weird kind of sense, though, if you also consider that regular, scripted dramas don't have an obligation to tell the truth, either.
So really the only thing that separates reality television from scripted television is this perception we all have that reality TV is supposed to be truthful.
But there certainly aren't any specific laws that say it has to be. That seems bad for its reputation, doesn't it?
Well, the show is still airing, so what do we know. So what actually happened when all the Storage Wars legal drama was over?
After the first round, Dave Hester did not emerge triumphant, but it wasn't because the judge decided it was all on the up-and-up and nothing screwy was going on behind the scenes.
In fact what the judge actually decided is that all the fakery was totally cool because it was "expressive free speech. According to Screener , the judge ultimately decided that Hester wasn't specific enough with his accusations of wrongful termination, so he threw out the case, but he also said Hester could refile, assuming he could figure out how to be more specific.
How come there is always a power point to try out the electrical items? How come when fringe extras players bid they are often ignored in favour of the main characters?
How come Brandon and Lori always seem to win? Nope — absolutely funny. Just saw an episode where a bin was hoped to contain a shotgun but just had clays.
Then when it IS found he knows its make, value…. Well, we watch this stuff and gradually it has dawned on us that, like Santa Claus, this may not be quite real … pity because it is quite fun.
The auctioneer seems pretty genuine to me I have attended lots of auctions in the USA and as for travelling around a bit — why not?
If you have only 4 bins to auction you would employ an auctioneer again, I speak from experience — I used to actually organise auctions and an expert autioneer can make a big difference to prices.
There is a web entry that claims that Brandon and Lori are the only genine buyers and the rest are just actors or casual workers T Money it says is really a waiter in a local restaurant.
Yes maybe it a fake but I really love watching it. The characters are really great and cool. Sean makes it all but guys like Jesse.
The english version one of the bidders the black lady also appears on a advert on tv I believe you have to be part of the actors union to appear in a tv advertisement.
They all claim to know how much everything is worth, but we never see them trying to sell anything.
In season 1 episode 9 you can see a big painting at the back of the room. You can see the same painting in the episode 11 at with the same fucking yellow sticker on the side….
Cheap knock-off of storage wars. Bad characters, bad acting and the auctioneer is a bald heading troll. The series has also been shown on New Zealand's TV3.
Sean Kelly grew up in Germany. After leaving school, he worked as a store detective before joining the Army, becoming a German interpreter, and then being stationed in Iraq.
He then worked as an auctioneer, and compering comedy clubs at night. After a fight broke out at an auction, he came up with the idea for the show, describing it as " Antiques Roadshow meets WWF!
However Christian's Union status as an actor required they leave the show. In the UK and Ireland the show has been broadcast and repeated on the digital channel Dave.
In , Dave commissioned a spin-off series called Storage Hunters UK, featuring Kelly reprising his role as auctioneer with a series of UK bidders hunting for valuables across the UK.
The court heard how Scherazade first became aware of Mr Roche at a market in Wimbledon, south west London, in The following year she spoke to Mr Roche's brother Daniel and 'expressed she was quite interested in his brother', she said.
She told the court Mr Roche was a 'larger than life character' who would stand at his stall topless and said he liked to be the centre of attention.
Scherazade had claimed she had exchanged 'sexual' emails with Mr Roche and that they had phone sex on more than one occasion.
Scherazade said: 'A lot of women like him and he likes that. She told the court that one day she gave Mr Roche a bottle of champagne at his stall and he said: 'I can't drink this all on my own can I?
One day she had received 75 text messages from Mr Roche, she told magistrates. Scherazade claimed Mr Roche had sent her emails with a sexual content and she had sent him similar emails.
She continued: 'He asked for pictures of myself, obviously intimate pictures, which I provided. He said "I need more, I need dirtier ones".
She said phone sex took place between them in Earlier Mr Roche told the court he had never sent the defendant any emails and made it clear he wasn't interested and wanted nothing to do with her.
In the charge Scherazade faces, it states that the 'course of conduct' she pursued in stalking Mr Roche included following him to various markets and car boot sales, continually walking past his stalls, remaining in the area, taking pictures of him and causing him embarrassment by shouting at him.
Giving evidence today, she agreed she had sent all the emails the court has heard about, including one which said 'My Pals wants us to get together' and another that said 'I love your curls.
St Albans Magistrates' Court heard the explicit messages became 'more abusive' after Mr Roche made it clear he was 'not interested'.
In another one, she said: 'Come home I beg you. In January , Mr Roche received an email from the defendant in which she said 'I need to cuddle up with you now.
Your woman can't spoil you like I can and give you babies like I can. In another she told him 'I need your love so bad, can't live without you.
First it seems the units in the show are huge compared to what is actually in them. Storage Wars is somewhat believable although the drama is getting a little out of hand lately.
Auction Hunters is really fake, these guys were actors before they became Auction Hunters. Storage Hunters is a complete joke, no auctioneer would allow fighting or arguments at a storage auction.
Storage auctions are a business that rewards those who work hard. If you buy a lot units and spend a lot of time researching and marketing the stuff you bought, you can be successful.