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28DL and UE in the News Shropshire Star 16/05/07 Regards Telford Chimney

Discussion in '28DL and Urban Exploring in the News...' started by Dripfed, May 16, 2007.

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    Whilst browsing the paper rack in WHSmith's today, I noticed a strapline at the bottom of the front-page of our local paper, The Shropshire Star, reading.

    "Thrill seekers climb up Telford Landmark! See Page 5"

    Well...Looks like Stepping Lightly's and My pictures were nabbed by the Shropshire Star, as well as a number of other journalistic errors.

    1) Calling SL 'foolhardy.' The guy was roped on and had the gear etc etc.
    2) Suggesting that Urban Explorers 'break into,' abandoned buildings.
    3) Using quotes from the forum of the congratulatory 'Ace man, balls of steel' variety out of context to make UE people look like goobers.

    Anyone know how to get money out of your local paper when they've nicked your photo's? :D

    The article, a big spread!


    The text.

    #1 Dripfed, May 16, 2007
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