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UER Forum > Journal Index > Jakk's Journal Japery > The 'Not So Epic' explore (Viewed 716 times)
The 'Not So Epic' explore
entry by Jakk_Handsome 
8/30/2012 9:21 PM


So I rolled up to a school building where I needed to get some crap straightened out. On the way, I'd scoped this abandoned lil' parcel of prime office real estate. There it sat, fenced and locked, bolted and blockaded, they didn't want visitors.

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Naturally, I was curious. After a few weeks of watching it tempt me from the other side of the hastily-erected cyclone fence, I decided to give up on her. I dropped by to say 'Guess We Can Be Friends' but Lo and Behold! There, big as day was a POE. Just waiting for me.

I waited until traffic cleared and rolled under the fence, and walked through the POE like I owned the place.

Scrappers had demolished this place.
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The first floor looked like a bomb had gone off and destroyed the drop ceiling. Since the shattered glass and pieces looked fresh I just snapped a few phone pics and left. After all, it is the scene of a crime, and I didn't do it, so I don't want to get blamed.

The only thing of interest was this one set of doors that faced the interior parking lot. They had all sorts of colored glass pieces in them. Over all a fairly nice piece of coolness to find.


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