|Kinda getting tired of the drains here so was wondering what else the springs has to offer or Manitou, up for whatever |
|You have been on here for 4 years and only made this one post? Wow|
Good luck dude.
Let's Go Places
|Posted by YotaMan20|
You have been on here for 4 years and only made this one post? Wow
Good luck dude.
And making his first post into a "give me locations".
"How is stuff coming out of my mouth when I'm tying words, posting those words, and it appears on your computer screen...?" - ATU
"I can look like a complete idiot like in that photo and still get more women than you." - NoPower
|Made this back in freshman year of high school, finally got back on |
|Im glad its not in the Rookie Forum so I can scoff at it too! |
blackhawk may actually be an expert
|Wonder what Sam would have to say about this? |
Just when I thought I was out... they pulled me back in.
|I'm just trying to look for new spots is all fam |
|Oh boy I know a bunch of spots, but I dont know you ¯\_(ツ)_/¯|
|Look dude, the thing is, we don't know you. You only have three posts, so you could be anyone- explorer, scrapper, or cop. We don't like giving locations to strangers because we don't know if we can trust them not to ruin them. If you choose to stay and make yourself well known as a positive influence, you'll eventually gain that kind of trust.|
People are being so short with you because you're like the sixth person this week to ask for handouts, and those of us who spent long hours diving through Google and city records and following vague leads to find locations aren't going to give them up to the first stranger who asks. It's insulting to ask for information when you haven't contributed to the community, and our patience runs thin when people just keep doing it
So stick around and read this thread on asking for location information. Establish yourself as a trustworthy explorer in your own right who contributes to the community, and the trust will come. But until then, don't expect any more luck than if you tried to squeeze blood from stone.
[last edit 12/14/2018 5:17 AM by Aran - edited 2 times]
Indiana Jones wasn't an archaeologist, he was an urban explorer. Archaeologists do a lot less running and a lot more paperwork.
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