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|#72 - How did none of them see this coming? [+] (1 new reply)||2 hours ago on Glass tables can't melt...||0|
|#19 - Well, if you can already do a little more HTML than most peopl… [+] (1 new reply)||13 hours ago on The Interview||0|
|#17 - Yeah sure, but you just gotta word right what you did. And exp… [+] (3 new replies)||13 hours ago on The Interview||0|
|#14 - The value of your house would go down, though. [+] (2 new replies)||13 hours ago on RED||-2|
|#25 - It's hard to name a weapon, amullet, piece of armour without s… [+] (5 new replies)||13 hours ago on Naming swords in Skyrim||+33|
#119 - Rascal (2 hours ago) [-]
|#4 - He should have gone full Filthy Frank.||14 hours ago on Alpha||+8|
|#23 - What drink? [+] (2 new replies)||14 hours ago on Suicide shot||0|
|#9 - I kind of wish there weren't so many ****** graffiti ar… [+] (30 new replies)||14 hours ago on RED||+248|
#42 - Rascal (8 hours ago) [-]
yea well we're not anal retentive like you...i honestly couldnt possibly give a fuck- graffiti is useful to me, its a very good indication for how troubled the neighborhood is
#40 - Rascal (8 hours ago) [-]
#18 - deathchain (11 hours ago) [-]
As an urban explorer, I personally find little industrial nodes like these to be pretty in their own way. It irks me when people spraypaint all over them, because it stains the original image. And except for good or clever artists, whose work I can appreciate and like finding when exploring, the graffiti is usually just some twat effectively pissing on a fire hydrant (like the FUCK BTM tag that appeared on the wall at one point). Then because the tags look ugly, the city council half-assedly lathers on paint (or shitty tags keep accumulating until it looks like the space below a birds nest). Now instead of a natural brick and mortar, the little building is now a garish red. Nobody wins.
#82 - Rascal (2 minutes ago) [-]
Urnban explorer. WTF is that? Work for lazies and nerds?
#68 - deathchain (2 hours ago) [-]
All but one of the buildings has been torn down since, and the place is a construction yard now.
#70 - deathchain (2 hours ago) [-]
Gas mask might be a bit overkill, lol. One of those little white fabric masks with the yellow rubber bands would be much more suitable, especially when climbing through small windows and other small spaces. A big mask would be clunky and get in the way, and would likely get you sweaty and dehydrate you faster.
#72 - cloakndagger (1 hour ago) [-]
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michigan_City_Generating_Station or had something to do with that, I forget what. He died just about a year before I was born because that stuff was used a lot where he worked.
Pic related, that's that power plant in an aerial view for people who can't be bothered to click the link in the spoiler.
#75 - cloakndagger (1 hour ago) [-]
If I were to be totally honest, I just recently picked this up as a hobby, and I'm a small town boy with big city ambitions, so I mostly just climb around on whichever of these small town buildings I can find a way onto when nobody's looking. I have a few targets in mind for sneaking into to poke around a bit, but since I just recently got a phone that takes decent pictures, I haven't got any interesting pictures yet. I have some pictures of my favorite rooftop, though. I'd have to dig them off of my phone and get them on my laptop. Once I get around to that, I'll share some of them with you, and once I grow the balls to get back into that factory, I'll send you those too, sound good?
#78 - deathchain (48 minutes ago) [-]
Also, since you're new to urbex, here's a few somewhat obvious tips:
1: Wear boots if you can, and be sure to have a reliable flashlight if you're exploring a dark place. Phone flashlights are only good for seeing close by, they can't shine down tunnels, pits, or across the attic you just poked your head into.
2: Beware the fuck out of wood floors, especially in damp or wet environments.
3: Bring someone with you if you can in case something goes wrong. If you can't, let someone know where you'll be. The last thing you want to do is re-enact "127 Hours".
4: If security/police catch you, don't run like an idiot, just keep your cool and be honest. It's a lot easier to explain what you're doing on private property than to explain why you ran from an officer.
5: Know when to quit. Running out of steam during a soccer game is fine. Running out of steam a mile deep in drainage tunnels is not. "...there is a moment to say "stop, this is the limit", and you better say that once too often."
6: Most importantly, be as respectful to the site as you can. "Take only photos, leave only footprints."
There are plenty of websites where you can read about the adventures of other explorers, their tips and tricks, and see their photos. One of my personal favorites is
#76 - deathchain (1 hour ago) [-]
#54 - Rascal (6 hours ago) [-]
Candy factory on Cicero in Chicago?
#55 - cloakndagger (6 hours ago) [-]
Haven't heard of that one, but I do live a couple hours away from Chicago. I'm a smalltown boy, so there's not nearly as many trashed buildings as I would like, but I'm thinking of just going on a sort of urbex vacation some day, travelling the country and learning about any broken down buildings with reputations for being haunted and shit like that. The rush from the possibility of getting caught is almost as potent as the rush from the thought that ghosts and ghouls may be lingering in that burnt out building you're wanting to break into.
#51 - Rascal (7 hours ago) [-]
"urban explorer" lmao you wear cargo shorts and a shitty digital watch and walk around cause you have no job lol brony faggot fedora neckbeard xddd
#43 - Rascal (8 hours ago) [-]
i win cus i dont give a fuck and dont need a paragraph to say some simple ass shit
#58 - derpinstock (5 hours ago) [-]
Same im in murray bridge south australia im a security guard i get to tackle the little shits putting bloodz/cripz everywhere but a couple times ive had guys who put some nice art up - bag full of cans, makeshift stencils nd shit i try to approach them politely and compliment their work real quick - then of course ill tell them to get gone nd give them a head start caus i still gotta do my job nd call cops/search premisis/etc.
|#19 - By not spending time on Tumblr.||14 hours ago on School||+7|
|#10 - Well, you can't just straight up lie about having certain skil… [+] (5 new replies)||14 hours ago on The Interview||0|
#17 - thedutchs (13 hours ago) [-]
Yeah sure, but you just gotta word right what you did. And experience is always something you can make up shit about.
But don't actually drive yourself in a corner by claiming to be able to do stuff you can't, because your employer will find out and you're going to be in deep shit.