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UER Forum > UE Videos > Abandoned Lucky Charms, Cheerios, Etc. Factory-Closed General Mills Plant where we got arrested (Viewed 1108 times)
shadeblanco 


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Re: Abandoned Lucky Charms, Cheerios, Etc. Factory-Closed General Mills Plant where we got arrested
< Reply # 20 on 4/26/2019 12:14 AM >
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I'm not really one to be conspiratorial but this incredibly strange.

https://i.imgur.com/IetwkS4.png


10 day span. September 1 to September 10 2018. And to be fair, this could be from a collaboration effort.

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Re: Abandoned Lucky Charms, Cheerios, Etc. Factory-Closed General Mills Plant where we got arrested
< Reply # 21 on 4/26/2019 12:35 AM >
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I know dude! I need to get tased on video! Shit would go viral!

And I don't care if I'm a joke here. Y'all give me views. And also dislikes, which don't count against you much. They just increase the engagement rate, and Youtube's algorithm uses that info to promote your videos.



I don't give you any views. I will never watch one of your videos.




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Re: Abandoned Lucky Charms, Cheerios, Etc. Factory-Closed General Mills Plant where we got arrested
< Reply # 22 on 4/26/2019 12:39 AM >
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Why hasn't this dick-riding dumbass gotten banned yet?




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blackhawk 

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Re: Abandoned Lucky Charms, Cheerios, Etc. Factory-Closed General Mills Plant where we got arrested
< Reply # 23 on 4/26/2019 12:53 AM >
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wheres the video of you taking a taser dart to the forehead? thats what I want to see. you make that happen and I'll subscribe to your channel.

you're a joke here kid. move along.



A K-9 mauled arm be maxstupidbad
Maybe it latch on this his neck instead, oops.



We tried our best to get through to Max but nothing seems to work.
Used effective communication.
Small words and commands.
God help us we even tried to reason with him and be friendly.
The bottleneck seems to be Max's brain...







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Just when I thought I was out... they pulled me back in.
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Re: Abandoned Lucky Charms, Cheerios, Etc. Factory-Closed General Mills Plant where we got arrested
< Reply # 24 on 4/26/2019 1:10 AM >
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Why hasn't this dick-riding dumbass gotten banned yet?


Wait, I haven't kissed anyone's ass in this group. "Dickriding."

Most of the people coming at me are riding the dicks of the "powerful" people in this group. I don't really care. I say whatever, whenever.




Take nothing but photos, leave nothing but footprints, drink nothing but Dos Equis. Stay thirsty my friends.
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aACK!

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Re: Abandoned Lucky Charms, Cheerios, Etc. Factory-Closed General Mills Plant where we got arrested
< Reply # 25 on 4/26/2019 1:48 AM >
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A K-9 mauled arm be maxstupidbad
Maybe it latch on this his neck instead, oops.

We tried our best to get through to Max but nothing seems to work.
Used effective communication.
Small words and commands.
God help us we even tried to reason with him and be friendly.
The bottleneck seems to be Max's brain...







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Re: Abandoned Lucky Charms, Cheerios, Etc. Factory-Closed General Mills Plant where we got arrested
< Reply # 26 on 4/26/2019 1:48 AM >
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it is kind of nice to have a Jester amongst our kingdom, constant entertainment.




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< Reply # 27 on 4/26/2019 2:00 AM >
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Why hasn't this dick-riding dumbass gotten banned yet?


Not as long as there's something left to chew on...





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Mr. Bitey 


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aACK!

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< Reply # 28 on 4/26/2019 2:02 AM >
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Not as long as there's something left to chew on...









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Join us

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Re: Abandoned Lucky Charms, Cheerios, Etc. Factory-Closed General Mills Plant where we got arrested
< Reply # 29 on 4/26/2019 5:21 AM >
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I shouldn't do this. But since the thread is public, maybe it'll serve someone else down the road.

You are not the first person to come here posting this kind of content and acting the way you are. That is why you are getting snarky, arrogant responses.

It doesn't matter what you explore, don't give away the location. That goes beyond nicknames and blurring things. You can't show anything that could be a geographical identifier.

Treat it as though someone who knows your locale extremely well is watching, like me when people cover places around my area! I've cracked locations on something as trivial as a store or business card in a shot.

Your attitude towards the police finding you is concerning. Police don't send that kind of response unless there's a decent reason. Just because a building is empty doesn't mean there isn't a vested interest in it.

Alerting the police and public to this hobby means more property owners adding more security measures, like cameras, which means fewer things to explore in the long run.

Start reading up on UE basics on this site, put it into practice, and you will notice improvements in your interactions with people here.





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< Reply # 30 on 4/26/2019 6:39 AM >
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if you were booked and they have your youtube info/ personal info sounds like they can do some serious investigation on your activities and if the right hard ass law abiding prosecutor feels like they wanna fuck some shit up they can an will fuck some shit up.




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< Reply # 31 on 4/26/2019 11:37 AM >
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Posted by Max Power @strangeplaces
Age demographics for the past 90 day!


Not to rain on your parade but YouTube age demographics aren't the most accurate and are skewed towards 20-30-something year olds. This is because people don't want to input their real age (and thus select a random year that's in the range) and kids commonly set their age to 20+ to circumvent age restrictions.




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It's all about the context!

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Re: Abandoned Lucky Charms, Cheerios, Etc. Factory-Closed General Mills Plant where we got arrested
< Reply # 33 on 4/26/2019 3:32 PM >
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The cop who drove us back to the car thought what we do is awesome, and he asked for mu channel name so he could go check it out.

He is now a Strange Places fan. So much for your LEOs.


Sounds like that "cop fan" might just end up being there to monitor your "adventures". Definitely not a fan. This guy read Sun Tzu's "the art of war", that's all

Keep your friends close, keep your enemies closer.

Also, if you knew there was 100% chance of getting busted while exploring that place, doesn't that make you a stupid person or attention-seeker?

Maybe both, I guess. Needless to say, you quite fit in the typical YouTuber behavior, MaxPower.




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< Reply # 34 on 4/26/2019 9:51 PM >
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Buddy, did you even read the 48-point font warning topic at the very top of this board? You may want to give it a skim.

And getting arrested while exploring is nothing to boast about. If you're getting caught, you're doing it wrong.




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I'm reserving judgement on this guy, but I am curious why he was wearing a bright RED sweatshirt running around on that roof, when just about any shade of grey would have made him damn near invisible.




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< Reply # 36 on 4/30/2019 4:25 PM >
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Sounds like that "cop fan" might just end up being there to monitor your "adventures". Definitely not a fan. This guy read Sun Tzu's "the art of war", that's all

Keep your friends close, keep your enemies closer.

Also, if you knew there was 100% chance of getting busted while exploring that place, doesn't that make you a stupid person or attention-seeker?

Maybe both, I guess. Needless to say, you quite fit in the typical YouTuber behavior, MaxPower.


Bruh. A dude who's been like my #1 fan for a year just graduated from a police academy, I think he's CPD, I'm not sure. But he was a fan before he was a cop. I also have fans of my channel who are security guards and security alarms experts, and some of them are tasked with guarding bandos. I have ops who are fans lol.

And trust me, I did not want to get busted there. It cost me $250, and I never had the chance to explore the entire facility because the cops arrested us. And I had no idea how secure the place was. If I would have known the cameras were actively monitored, I wouldn't have gone. There's no way we could have known that this place was very secure. No one else that I know of has gone there. Also, if I knew I was going to get arrested, I would have filmed the entire thing.




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Max Power @strangeplaces 


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Buddy, did you even read the 48-point font warning topic at the very top of this board? You may want to give it a skim.

And getting arrested while exploring is nothing to boast about. If you're getting caught, you're doing it wrong.


I'm not boasting, its called telling a story.

Example: "Ya my morning really sucked. I walked outside and stepped in dog shit, and then later some dumbass rear-ended my car. He doesn't even have insurance, FML."

In this hypothetical story, I'm not "boasting" about stepping in dogs shit, or having my car rear-ended. It's just a story.




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Max Power @strangeplaces 


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< Reply # 38 on 4/30/2019 4:33 PM >
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I'm reserving judgement on this guy, but I am curious why he was wearing a bright RED sweatshirt running around on that roof, when just about any shade of grey would have made him damn near invisible.


This was definitely not a good decision on my part. I kept thinking about it the entire time I was on the roof. I should have taken my grey jacket like you said. This would be the stupid mistake that would have gotten me caught, except even if I wore my grey jacket, they still would have seen me on the interior security cameras due to how well-lit the inside was.




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