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28DL and UE in the News Aberdeen Evening Express - 22.11.10

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Sean112

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Surely complaining saying this website may encourage young kids to get involved and then mention the website and several sites is a bit stupid? :wanker
 

DubbedNavigator

28DL Regular User
Regular User
#6
It would be foolish and naive to not agree with the paper to a certain extent - as a public forum a lot of sites are out there in the open. Blaming us entirely is not fair though
 

DubbedNavigator

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#8
Yes they can, and it takes a degree of intelligence to look on here to find what your looking for. i just dont think the article is really wrong - everyone knows this site is a catalogue of derelict sites, thats what its meant for!
 

BenCooper

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Thing is, sites are never, ever trashed by someone who's found them on a specialist website and travelled to them. They're trashed by locals, usually bored local kids, and metal thieves. The locals know damn well where the derelict sites are - if they didn't, we wouldn't have the access points we need to get in.
 

Tassadar

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
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Thing is, sites are never, ever trashed by someone who's found them on a specialist website and travelled to them. They're trashed by locals, usually bored local kids, and metal thieves. The locals know damn well where the derelict sites are - if they didn't, we wouldn't have the access points we need to get in.

Thats the truth for sure, pikeys in my area leave all sorts open for me
 

Brick_Man

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+1

Nothing new, obviously a slow news day. Pikies are actually our friends, without them we wouldn't find our way into most of these places.
 
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