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UER Forum > UE Main > Security Shenanigans (Viewed 228 times)
Poll Question:
Which photos should I post first?
Total Votes:16
1. Trains for days16.25 %
2. Farmhouse and Machinery00 %
3. Different Grain silo00 %
4. Abandoned houseboats and church318.75 %
5. Exterior of the Red Hook Grain Terminal00 %
6. Who are you?16.25 %
7. I don’t care212.5 %
8. Birds aren’t real850 %
9. Red Pill16.25 %
10. Blue pill00 %

Asbestos E-Liquid 


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Probably too young to be doing this.

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Security Shenanigans
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Today I was going to explore the Red Hook Grain Terminal in Brooklyn with my mom. What I didn’t know, was that the site directly next to it was being used as concrete storage. The Grain terminal hadn’t been used in 50 years, but since it was on the land it was under their jurisdiction. A worker caught me and escorted me to the security office. It was less of an office and more of a trailer. It was run by a big African American man who took himself a little too seriously. He had already called the police so I just stood around s my mom tried to chat with him. I thought that since it was Brooklyn, they’d have bigger fish to fry than a trespassing report. So you can imagine my surprise when two cruisers pulled up with two cops each. I’m not sure what exactly he said on the phone to warrant that kind of response force, but one of the cruisers left almost as soon as it had arrived. After all, a middle aged woman and her son isn’t very threatening. The cops were absolute bros. Some of the chillest cops I’ve met. They asked a few questions, like where we were from and for our licenses. But after that he just told us to enjoy our stay in New York. And to leave the property of course. But enough about my day, what’s your security run-in story?




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< Reply # 1 on 9/10/2019 1:42 PM >
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I’ve fortunately never had a real security run in, but I have encountered work trucks.




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< Reply # 2 on 9/10/2019 5:28 PM >
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Had a cop (or what we [5] presumed to be, it was around 1 am) follow us around a psych center. We were foolish to shine flashlights around the building with tons of windows (or broken windows). Stuck out like a sore thumb. We get to the top and you could tell a car was directly watching us. As we were leaving, a car with a spotlight shined down the path we were heading back on. All 5 of us jumped into a luckily nearby bush. My heart was racing like crazy.




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< Reply # 3 on 9/10/2019 5:52 PM >
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Posted by Asbestos E-Liquid
But enough about my day, what’s your security run-in story?


I don't have many, thank goodness, but a few weekends ago I was exiting a building and walked RIGHT into an unmarked patrol car. I don't know how he didn't see me - I just backed up real slow and slipped back into the building. Whistle whistle whistle - nothing to see here! Haha.




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< Reply # 4 on 9/10/2019 6:09 PM >
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Well you've been trespassed out; don't go back.
Next time they most likely will arrest you.
Run from security, never run from Leo's.
Probably help to not bring mom... they could seriously fuck her up legally if you're a minor.




Just when I thought I was out... they pulled me back in.
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< Reply # 5 on 9/10/2019 7:38 PM >
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Well you've been trespassed out; don't go back.
Next time they most likely will arrest you.
Run from security, never run from Leo's.
Probably help to not bring mom... they could seriously fuck her up legally if you're a minor.


Probably a good idea. I don’t own a car yet, but when I get one I’ll start doing more stuff on my own




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< Reply # 6 on 9/10/2019 8:07 PM >
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Probably a good idea. I don’t own a car yet, but when I get one I’ll start doing more stuff on my own


A bike works very well.
Just don't get it stolen.
Read the hellholes thread; falls and structural collapses are the biggest hazards you face when sploring.
Every step counts, results are permanent... trust nothing.




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< Reply # 7 on 9/11/2019 4:08 AM >
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You forgot one choice in your poll.

11. Post photos of your mom LOLOLOL






[quote] xlookex with all the down talking that some of the elder members here talk to us younger folk, i wouldn't be surprised if they are indeed Nazis [/quote]
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