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Infiltration Forums > US: Pacific Northwest > Pacific North West photo a day.(Viewed 19960 times)
uLiveAndYouBurn location:
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Re: Pacific North West photo a day.
<Reply # 100 on 2/13/2020 7:29 PM >
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There you go again.

Also you suck at providing exploring content, this is a photo thread.




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"Aint nothin' to it but to do it"
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Re: Pacific North West photo a day.
<Reply # 101 on 2/13/2020 7:36 PM >
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The fee for shit talk is one relevant exploring photo, ya ass.





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Re: Pacific North West photo a day.
<Reply # 102 on 2/13/2020 7:42 PM >
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This is Bertha, one of the largest Tunnel Boring Machines ever built. It bored a tunnel 57.5 feet in diameter and almost 10,000 feet long under downtown Seattle. But it hasn't produced nearly as much "boring" as Blackhawk.



"Aint nothin' to it but to do it"
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Re: Pacific North West photo a day.
<Reply # 103 on 2/13/2020 7:50 PM >
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Posted by uLiveAndYouBurn
The fee for shit talk is one relevant exploring photo, ya ass.

https://live.stati...2_6efaa81343_c.jpg


Beautiful.
You'll notice I don't comment on an unsafe shoot... the real trick is surviving.
How many times can you push the line?
I'm a patient bastard...

Ain't your bitch... don't hold your breath but I have close to 1 tb of raws.





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Re: Pacific North West photo a day.
<Reply # 104 on 2/13/2020 9:35 PM >
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Ain't your bitch... don't hold your breath but I have close to 1 tb of raw hentai midget porn.







Take nothing but Nazi VHS tapes, leave nothing but footprints, drink nothing but Dos Equis. Stay thirsty my friends.
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<Reply # 105 on 2/13/2020 9:52 PM >
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Posted by Max Power @strangeplaces

Ain't your bitch... don't hold your breath but I have close to 1 tb of raw hentai midget porn.




Midget porn? 2+tb
You're out of luck, midgets have minimum requirements... and you fall short,as usual.
Cheer up.
Heard a few peckerwoods got the hots for you though...



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Re: Pacific North West photo a day.
<Reply # 106 on 2/14/2020 2:20 PM >
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Posted by uLiveAndYouBurn
https://live.stati...5_8cabb59082_c.jpg

This is Bertha, one of the largest Tunnel Boring Machines ever built. It bored a tunnel 57.5 feet in diameter and almost 10,000 feet long under downtown Seattle. But it hasn't produced nearly as much "boring" as Blackhawk.


This is now my favorite post on UER

Posted by blackhawk
You'll notice I don't comment on an unsafe shoot... the real trick is surviving.
How many times can you push the line?
I'm a patient bastard...


So far I've never seen anything from uLiveAndYouBurn that is "pushing the line" for anyone with reasonable mental fortitude, coordination, and health.

Walking down the stairs is dangerous for an infant.

Similarly climbing ladders looks "death defying" for the elderly.

It's the cycle of life. Some just choose to use the full extent of their abilities while they can. And no, standing on ledges, climbing ladders, and walking beams is not the full extent of human abilities by a long shot lol.

He's not doing handstands on hoverboards riding the edge of the Burj Khalifa lmao.

How many times have you "fallen" off a sidewalk? If you can walk on a sidewalk you can walk on a building ledge. If you can't walk on a sidewalk without falling off.... well then maybe heights aren't for you....

The "real trick" is knowing your limits.


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AAAAAAAAAAAADVENTURE TIME!!!!
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<Reply # 107 on 2/14/2020 3:47 PM >
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The "real trick" is knowing your limits.


The real trick is knowing your limits, that they vary hour to hour, month to month etc and outside factors beyond your control exist unpredictably at times.
Knowing that you, yourself, mind and body are never 100%.
The closer you push it, the more likely the lack of margin for error or outside factors will come into play to destroy your perfect plan.
It's not so simple and the results are sublimely final.

Death is the only reward for failure





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Re: Pacific North West photo a day.
<Reply # 108 on 2/14/2020 3:59 PM >
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The real trick is knowing your limits, that they vary hour to hour, month to month etc and outside factors beyond your control exist unpredictably at times.



I never said it was foolproof. I'm saying it's not relatively dangerous compared to anything else in life.

You are more likely to get in a car crash and die or get capped in a random shoot out on the train during your daily commute, than when it's just you and a 1000 foot drop.

Not nearly as many variables.

You have one job.

Don't fall.

Much higher chance of accomplishing that task than not getting cancer.


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AAAAAAAAAAAADVENTURE TIME!!!!
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<Reply # 109 on 2/14/2020 4:45 PM >
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Posted by AdventureDan


I never said it was foolproof. I'm saying it's not relatively dangerous compared to anything else in life.

You are more likely to get in a car crash and die or get capped in a random shoot out on the train during your daily commute, than when it's just you and a 1000 foot drop.

Not nearly as many variables.

You have one job.

Don't fall.

Much higher chance of accomplishing that task than getting cancer.




Control is the illusion of what you think you have mastered.
Most times it works.
Leave enough wiggle room whenever possible for when it doesn't...






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<Reply # 110 on 2/14/2020 5:00 PM >
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Leave enough wiggle room whenever possible for when it doesn't...




My wriggle room is I don't sprint or do backflips on ledges. I also don't do dynos up ladders. All things I can do reasonably proficiently on ground.

I'm not stupid. And i'm not a daredevil. Daredevils push the limits. Walking on ledges and hanging off structurally sound structures isn't pushing any limits.

I'm pretty sure uLiveAndYouBurn has similar margins for error.

If you want to see actual pushing the limits...

Let me introduce you to Oleg Cricket





AAAAAAAAAAAADVENTURE TIME!!!!
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<Reply # 111 on 2/14/2020 5:25 PM >
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Ever have a muscle spasm? Just wondering... play away.

https://www.dailym...il-fall-death.html





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Re: Pacific North West photo a day.
<Reply # 112 on 2/14/2020 6:00 PM >
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Posted by uLiveAndYouBurn
There you go again.

Also you suck at providing exploring content, this is a photo thread.



It's so true. 2tb of raw photos. And never a single photo shared on this site!




RIP Blackhawk
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Re: Pacific North West photo a day.
<Reply # 113 on 2/14/2020 6:23 PM >
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This is an urban exploration forum right? Well I consider these photos urban exploration so here you guys go!


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Re: Pacific North West photo a day.
<Reply # 114 on 2/14/2020 6:58 PM >
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Haven't been on this forum in probably 6 years. But I just moved from Seattle to Portland and want to get active again. Pics very much related

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<Reply # 115 on 2/14/2020 7:29 PM >
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Posted by Tatz
Haven't been on this forum in probably 6 years. But I just moved from Seattle to Portland and want to get active again. Pics very much related

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Very unusual.
#3 is one hell of a hydraulic ram



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Re: Pacific North West photo a day.
<Reply # 116 on 2/14/2020 10:38 PM >
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Posted by Tatz
Haven't been on this forum in probably 6 years. But I just moved from Seattle to Portland and want to get active again. Pics very much related

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438380.jpg (55 kb, 800x533)
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Awesome looks like some brewery shots! My guess. Yeah i'd be happy to meet up with you. Welcome back to UER as well as Portland.



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<Reply # 117 on 2/15/2020 1:46 AM >
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Blackhawk, you're being obnoxious as hell, at least TLAF is sharing flicks.

Here's some obligatory old shit because I don't get out that much anymore and this is a photo thread.









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<Reply # 118 on 2/15/2020 2:59 AM >
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Nice photos from everyone above!
especially number 3 from AaronNi, the CAT crawler is so damn cool.

cheers.



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<Reply # 119 on 2/15/2020 7:37 AM >
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This is where their electricity comes in. This place has enough MW demand to have its own connection to the transmission line.

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