Dr. Clock so wisely wrote: "Nothing more demoralizing than having to go buy jack stands from NAPA ........."
And so we all see another example of the "Circle of Life."
Build and have a nice home, have a few kids, a car or two, set up a nice shop to build things for the kids and then fix the stuff that the kids break. Then the kids get lives of their own and are gone so you"downsize" to a smaller home and, in the process, can't justify all that "stuff" that used to take up a lot of shop/garage space and was so important to you "back then" so you jettison it to save space. After moving in to the new place and spending days sitting around with nothing to do, you go nuts and break things, just so you can go out and get some tools to fix them. It's a primal urge that can not, nay, should not, be ignored.
I did that three times now, but the last move was way better because we sold one place and kept the other so everything got consolidated here. THAT's why I'm out of space for any new (read that "large space sucking") tools.
I'm just waiting for projects to show up needing my full set of 1" drive sockets (1-1/4" to 4"), or my set of four sizes of ball-joint pickle forks, or my 10" table saw, or my 200 lb. blacksmith anvil, or my hole saws from 1/2" - 6", or BOTH a MIG and TIG welder (and you know how well I can weld) or a large Oxy/Acetylene torch set-up or.....
You get the idea, but Heaven forbid, the day after I give away a tool, I'm sure I'll desperately need it.