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UER Forum > UE Main > Disgusting/Funny/Weird/Etc. things found (Not work/lunch safe) (Viewed 1327038 times)
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Re: Disgusting things found (not work/lunch safe)
< Reply # 180 on 2/6/2006 2:04 PM >
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I never thought I'd say this, but some things ARE grosser than a potty shot!

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< Reply # 181 on 2/22/2006 9:39 AM >
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Whats with those body pics?




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< Reply # 182 on 2/23/2006 6:18 PM >
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yeah,how come you found a dead body? didn't you call the cops???




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< Reply # 183 on 2/23/2006 9:17 PM >
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yeah,how come you found a dead body? didn't you call the cops???


He said He found it in a Mausoleum.

A Mausoleum is a building housing a tomb or several tombs-The
house-like structures in cemetaries.

Most likely grave robbers were digging through the graves
looking for anything of value.

Pretty Nasty.




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< Reply # 184 on 2/23/2006 10:03 PM >
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yeah,how come you found a dead body? didn't you call the cops???


We notified the caretaker, NYC cops have worse things to worry about than an open grave in a graveyard




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< Reply # 185 on 2/24/2006 1:17 AM >
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that's twisted. who would do that...




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< Reply # 186 on 2/24/2006 3:00 AM >
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Not actually found during UE, but everyday on my walk to and from school for the past week there's been a dead sparrow that doesn't wanna leave it's place.




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< Reply # 187 on 2/24/2006 3:19 AM >
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this doesnt quite count, but i found a prison jumpsuit... and i dont mean one of them cheap halloween costumes, but from the local jail...




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< Reply # 188 on 2/24/2006 8:39 PM >
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How old would you say those bodies were?





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< Reply # 189 on 2/24/2006 10:36 PM >
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I'll tell you what, as nasty as it sounds, people will and do dig up bodies looking for anything of value. Shit, most of tombs in Egypt were plundered back in times when there were still Pharoahs. I still remember back in my hometown when crack hit hard. The not so nice areas where it was bad were near a old cemetary and there was a big problem for a while with people digging up coffins (I'm talking 6 feet deep, but then again I'm also talking about crack fiends) looking for anything of value that may have been buried with the body. Sad, sick SHIT!




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< Reply # 190 on 2/25/2006 3:45 AM >
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How old would you say those bodies were?


They're definitely not alive anymore, that's for sure!





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< Reply # 191 on 2/25/2006 3:56 AM >
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That was pretty neat too, bottles of PBC:





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< Reply # 192 on 2/25/2006 3:58 AM >
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They're definitely not alive anymore, that's for sure!




Should've asked them!

What's BPC?



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< Reply # 193 on 2/25/2006 7:10 PM >
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One of the most toxic chemical compound, It has been illegal in Canada and USA for almost 20 years now.




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< Reply # 194 on 2/25/2006 7:44 PM >
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In an abandoned day camp I once found a crucified, eviscerated pigeon that was still pretty fresh. On another occasion I found a dismembered horse stuffed into a refrigerator box and dumped on a service road behind a golf course. That actually made me puke.



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< Reply # 195 on 2/27/2006 1:11 AM >
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That was pretty neat too, bottles of PBC:




Polychlorinated Biphenyl -PCB- is the stuff that you wanted. If that excites you we got that dripping out of RR transformers that morons like to shoot with guns. Looks like oil, but it's not! Maybe those are bottles of bile from diseased livers. yummy.




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< Reply # 196 on 2/27/2006 1:34 AM >
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Dead cat. Found a medium size calico kitten wrapped in a green flannel shirt which was in a white plastic shopping bag. It was in a sub-basement of a shoot I was doing. It was disturbing to see; a six inch hole had been ripped in the bag. Most likely when they smashed the poor kitten into the brick wall. It's neck/head were wet with body fluids, there was blood splatter on the inside and outside of the bag. To add to the horror was the fact were I picked up the bag it was wet with the essential bodily fluids of the kitten. Even though I was getting cold (froze my ass off today!) I could feel the wetness on my fingers after setting the bag down on the main floor. I thought it was condensation/dew until I saw the blood splatter...then I realized what had been done. The cat's skull was shattered, it's one eye half way open, still clear. That was disturbing; fresh, no smell. bastards.
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< Reply # 197 on 2/27/2006 2:13 AM >
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Dead cat, no pic just yet. Found a medium size calico kitten wrapped in a green flannel shirt which was in a white plastic shopping bag. It was in a sub-basement of a shoot I was doing. It was disturbing to see; a six inch hole had been ripped in the bag. Most likely when they smashed the poor kitten into the brick wall. It's neck/head were wet with body fluids, there was blood splatter on the inside and outside of the bag. To add to the horror was the fact were I picked up the bag it was wet with the essential bodily fluids of the kitten. Even though I was getting cold (froze my ass off today!) I could feel the wetness on my fingers after setting the bag down on the main floor. I thought it was condensation/dew until I saw the blood splatter...then I realized what had been done. The cat's skull was shattered, it's one eye half way open, still clear. That was disturbing; fresh, no smell. bastards.


I will never understand why people do such horrible things to animals.
I wish I'd catch someone doing something like that in my presence.

Sick fucks.






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< Reply # 198 on 2/27/2006 2:29 AM >
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That was pretty neat too, bottles of PBC:


I think the BPC stands for Bulk Pharmaceutical Chemical. Certain chemicals have to be labeled certain ways in certain quantities. Of course, it could just be Macrogol 400 BPC, which is etylene glycol, which is, of course, anti-freeze. I highly doubt, that in any quantity, that anyone would store PCBs in that manner. The bottles are too new and the labeling is not old or faded. I have heard of entire vehicles being buried because of 2 ppm contamination of PCBs.

David

EDIT: Here is the companies website (notice the logo on the bottle and website are the same):

http://www.bodycote.com/



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A grizzly find confronted me in the sub-basement of a building I was shooting on Saturday. Naturally I dragged it into the light and photographed it. It appeared that the kitten had been dead less than a day, killed in that room.

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