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Re: Coolest things you've found
<Reply # 140 on 12/2/2010 2:27 PM >
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Posted by mega moose

I found a 100's of newspapers from world war I in an abandoned farm house in my town. a couple of them were actually from the 1880's, gave some to my teachers and still have the rest in a box in my garage somewhere.

they were in really good shape considering they were all stuffed in a closet in a leaky old house, there was a really cool old tv in great shape that looked like it was from the early 1950's, might go grab it over thanksgiving break.



However, you can mildly redeem yourself by handing them over to your local historical society.



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Re: Coolest things you've found
<Reply # 141 on 12/2/2010 8:13 PM >
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^^

If you feel that "redemption" is actually necessary, from a group who wouldn't have gotten to nor found said papers in the first place.

Methinks you can do it if you choose to, if you wish, for your own personal reasons; whether you require redemption or not.



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Re: Coolest things you've found
<Reply # 142 on 12/5/2010 2:14 AM >
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Not a UE find as such but it was interesting to find. I remembered my uncle having abandoned an old Ford Escort in my grandmothers garden. It disappeared after that and i assumed he'd scrapped it. Anyways, i came across it again a few years ago, he'd used a bulldozer to bury it in the ditch at the bottom of the garden and i saw the back end sticking out through the bushes one winter. Was nice to see it again.



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Re: Coolest things you've found
<Reply # 143 on 12/5/2010 2:20 AM >
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Floor plans to a large number of universities and hospitals in Georgia (thereby setting up a large number of future explorations). Not really unexpected, seeing as it was the old archives building, but definitely the coolest thing.



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Re: Coolest things you've found
<Reply # 144 on 12/5/2010 2:28 AM >
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Not a UE find as such but it was interesting to find. I remembered my uncle having abandoned an old Ford Escort in my grandmothers garden. It disappeared after that and i assumed he'd scrapped it. Anyways, i came across it again a few years ago, he'd used a bulldozer to bury it in the ditch at the bottom of the garden and i saw the back end sticking out through the bushes one winter. Was nice to see it again.


Is this your uncle?






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Re: Coolest things you've found
<Reply # 145 on 12/5/2010 3:42 AM >
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Is this your uncle?




Nope, this is him...





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Re: Coolest things you've found
<Reply # 146 on 12/5/2010 4:00 AM >
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You guys have found some pretty cool stuff. I on the other hand, have found nothing but used condoms.



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<Reply # 147 on 12/5/2010 4:16 AM >
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Nope, this is him...



Oh, I had one like his when I was 14!!! We even apparently wore the same clothes! It actually looks like I wore his size.






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Re: Coolest things you've found
<Reply # 148 on 12/5/2010 6:21 AM >
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Company documents from the 50's. I love finding stuff like that. The older, the better.



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Re: Coolest things you've found
<Reply # 149 on 12/8/2010 1:02 AM >
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Re: Coolest things you've found
<Reply # 150 on 12/8/2010 1:12 AM >
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What is that in #4? Oh and I like #5.



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<Reply # 151 on 12/8/2010 1:52 AM >
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What is that in #4? Oh and I like #5.


http://www.google....i&biw=1476&bih=872
A really big fire truck used at airports. It had on the side that it was from Atlanta but it was in Birmingham Al....



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Re: Coolest things you've found
<Reply # 152 on 12/8/2010 1:56 AM >
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Posted by mmeaney
What is that in #4? Oh and I like #5.


thats a specialised firetruck for attending air crashes.



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Re: Coolest things you've found
<Reply # 153 on 12/8/2010 11:24 PM >
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http://www.google....i&biw=1476&bih=872
A really big fire truck used at airports. It had on the side that it was from Atlanta but it was in Birmingham Al....


Who the hell abandoned that thing? That is one of the absolute NICEST A.R.F.F. truck made. I know guys who would kill to use that truck.



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Re: Coolest things you've found
<Reply # 154 on 12/8/2010 11:50 PM >
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i would say 4 was stolen, but...uh...it's a fire truck. As in, half the size of a semi or more.

So why in the hell is that still there?



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Re: Coolest things you've found
<Reply # 155 on 12/9/2010 12:03 AM >
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http://www.google....i&biw=1476&bih=872
A really big fire truck used at airports. It had on the side that it was from Atlanta but it was in Birmingham Al....


I'd steal that, ethics be damned, if I found that it would be mine.



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Re: Coolest things you've found
<Reply # 156 on 12/9/2010 2:52 AM >
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Posted by HarvestmanMan
i would say 4 was stolen


Quite possible, but it is at a junkyard/Pic-A-Part type of place, same place as that Jaguar in the above pic.1.


of course it being in downtown Birmingham it's quite possible all this stuff is stolen.



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Re: Coolest things you've found
<Reply # 157 on 12/9/2010 2:58 AM >
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Posted by ghost6


exactly, thats the whole point of it.

perhaps i should put mine in a cage, right now i just been letting them run around my hotel room and putting them in the closet so they dont bite my dick off when i'me sleeping



Wow what the fuck....



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PA
 
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Re: Coolest things you've found
<Reply # 158 on 12/9/2010 1:14 PM >
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When I was younger, my buddy and I were exploring the old Mt. Gretna Playhouse (Demolished/rebuilt in the early 90s). We found hundreds of cool props they used to use in the plays. Everything from costumes to really cool wooden weapons painted to look real.



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Re: Coolest things you've found
<Reply # 159 on 12/10/2010 12:07 AM >
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Posted by Stradt
When I was younger, my buddy and I were exploring the old Mt. Gretna Playhouse (Demolished/rebuilt in the early 90s). We found hundreds of cool props they used to use in the plays. Everything from costumes to really cool wooden weapons painted to look real.


That's really cool. Beats anything I've found by far.



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