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Infiltration Forums > US: Southeast > where the spots at tho(Viewed 830 times)
itsamadness   |  | 
where the spots at tho
< on 12/13/2019 7:01 PM >
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from alabama seems like there are no good spots even close to here does anyone know any good spots?



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Re: where the spots at tho
<Reply # 1 on 12/13/2019 7:12 PM >
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Yes, yes I do...



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Aran location:
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Re: where the spots at tho
<Reply # 2 on 12/13/2019 8:58 PM >
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Hey, welcome to UER! I get you're enthusiastic and want to explore some spots, but the first thing you should know is that people on here aren't going to just give them to you simply because you asked, and that's for a couple of reasons. Check out this link for a more in depth explanation.

So you've asked for a location

Read that? Good. So now you know that by making this post you've committed a pretty big faux pass. That's... not great, but forgivable since you're new and probably let your enthusiasm override your common sense. That's okay, it's happened to the best of us in one way or another. Stick around, post some photos from your explorations, and don't beg for locations again and it'll be water under the bridge. You should first read the FAQ to familiarize yourself with forum etiquette around here.

Universal FAQ

Forum Rules

There's a few unwritten ones too. They can pretty much be summed up as following:
  • Don't beg for locations
  • Don't post sensitive information (real location names, entry points, addresses, etc)
  • Take only pictures, leave only footprints. Don't steal from or screw up locations.
  • Don't be a dick.

So pretty simple stuff, right? Right. Follow this etiquette and you'll be welcomed with open arms.

Now I'm sure you made this post because you don't really know where to start finding locations. Never fear, we have a lot of information on everything you need to get started exploring. Check out the link below, which includes a whole section on "How to find location" at the bottom.

Common Thread Topics

And that's your crash course on "Why you shouldn't beg for locations on UER and what to do instead." Get out there, explore some cool stuff, post photos and be an active member of the forum and you'll find yourself meeting lots of interesting people, exploring interesting places, and becoming part of a tightly knit and friendly community in no time. You just gotta put the time and effort into showing you can be trusted, and eventually people will be willing to trust you with sensitive information.


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[last edit 12/13/2019 8:59 PM by Aran - edited 1 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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C E C location:
Atlanta
 
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Re: where the spots at tho
<Reply # 3 on 12/14/2019 1:54 PM >
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Posted by itsamadness
from alabama seems like there are no good spots even close to here does anyone know any good spots?


I would bet money that not a single person on this entire forum would give you even one spot. Do you know how many hours of aimless driving it takes? How many hours I spend on Google satellite just searching? How much trial amd error it takes?


None of us who do our own work would just “give away” spots to some n00b who saw a couple youtube videos and now fancies themselves an urban explorer.

Please read about the culture and be respectful while using UER. Many of us work at finding locations like it is a full-time job.



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Atlanta
 
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Re: where the spots at tho
<Reply # 4 on 12/14/2019 1:55 PM >
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Posted by itsamadness
from alabama seems like there are no good spots even close to here does anyone know any good spots?


Oh and by the way, I have several hundred bomb spots in Alabama. You just aren’t looking. Good luck.



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Re: where the spots at tho
<Reply # 5 on 12/14/2019 6:04 PM >
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Posted by itsamadness
from alabama seems like there are no good spots even close to here does anyone know any good spots?


I have a couple of spots, one behind my ear I like to have scratched, the other, well we wont discuss that on a family website like UER

Posted by C E C


I would bet money that not a single person on this entire forum would give you even one spot. Do you know how many hours of aimless driving it takes? How many hours I spend on Google satellite just searching? How much trial amd error it takes?


None of us who do our own work would just “give away” spots to some n00b who saw a couple youtube videos and now fancies themselves an urban explorer.

Please read about the culture and be respectful while using UER. Many of us work at finding locations like it is a full-time job.


Well stated .


[last edit 12/14/2019 8:12 PM by Explorer Zero - edited 1 times]

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Re: where the spots at tho
<Reply # 6 on 12/14/2019 6:15 PM >
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Posted by C E C


I would bet money that not a single person on this entire forum would give you even one spot. Do you know how many hours of aimless driving it takes? How many hours I spend on Google satellite just searching? How much trial amd error it takes?


None of us who do our own work would just “give away” spots to some n00b who saw a couple youtube videos and now fancies themselves an urban explorer.

Please read about the culture and be respectful while using UER. Many of us work at finding locations like it is a full-time job.


Yes, well... pretty please with black mold on top?
Even the begging here isn't the caliber of what it use to be.
At least offer a case of beer... a six pack might work.






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The Digital Cow location:
Central Bama
 
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Re: where the spots at tho
<Reply # 7 on 12/15/2019 3:43 AM >
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Posted by C E C


I would bet money that not a single person on this entire forum would give you even one spot. Do you know how many hours of aimless driving it takes? How many hours I spend on Google satellite just searching? How much trial amd error it takes?


None of us who do our own work would just “give away” spots to some n00b who saw a couple youtube videos and now fancies themselves an urban explorer.

Please read about the culture and be respectful while using UER. Many of us work at finding locations like it is a full-time job.


Second this.

If one takes it easy, you may find Alabama still has much to offer. When spots get broadcast to everyone, they go downhill rather quick.

... Or a bottle of Crown, only with the cool velvety bag..

(Edit to include suggestion)


[last edit 12/15/2019 3:47 AM by The Digital Cow - edited 1 times]

Still working on it...
Until then IG: @the_digital_cow
goon1 location:
Atlanta & Bay Area
 
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Re: where the spots at tho
<Reply # 8 on 12/15/2019 5:01 PM >
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Smells like cop in here



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Re: where the spots at tho
<Reply # 9 on 12/16/2019 12:16 AM >
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Posted by Aran
Hey, welcome to UER! I get you're enthusiastic and want to explore some spots, but the first thing you should know is that people on here aren't going to just give them to you simply because you asked, and that's for a couple of reasons. Check out this link for a more in depth explanation.

So you've asked for a location

Read that? Good. So now you know that by making this post you've committed a pretty big faux pass. That's... not great, but forgivable since you're new and probably let your enthusiasm override your common sense. That's okay, it's happened to the best of us in one way or another. Stick around, post some photos from your explorations, and don't beg for locations again and it'll be water under the bridge. You should first read the FAQ to familiarize yourself with forum etiquette around here.

Universal FAQ

Forum Rules

There's a few unwritten ones too. They can pretty much be summed up as following:
  • Don't beg for locations
  • Don't post sensitive information (real location names, entry points, addresses, etc)
  • Take only pictures, leave only footprints. Don't steal from or screw up locations.
  • Don't be a dick.

So pretty simple stuff, right? Right. Follow this etiquette and you'll be welcomed with open arms.

Now I'm sure you made this post because you don't really know where to start finding locations. Never fear, we have a lot of information on everything you need to get started exploring. Check out the link below, which includes a whole section on "How to find location" at the bottom.

Common Thread Topics

And that's your crash course on "Why you shouldn't beg for locations on UER and what to do instead." Get out there, explore some cool stuff, post photos and be an active member of the forum and you'll find yourself meeting lots of interesting people, exploring interesting places, and becoming part of a tightly knit and friendly community in no time. You just gotta put the time and effort into showing you can be trusted, and eventually people will be willing to trust you with sensitive information.


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I nominate you to be our official UER diplomat. Your professionalism and restraint are unparalleled.



I wandered till the stars went dim.
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Re: where the spots at tho
<Reply # 10 on 12/16/2019 1:28 AM >
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Posted by Dee Ashley


I nominate you to be our official UER diplomat. Your professionalism and restraint are unparalleled.


That's because he is young and still take this UER stuff seriously!

(just kidding he is a good guy and would probably make a good moderator)



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Re: where the spots at tho
<Reply # 11 on 12/16/2019 1:35 AM >
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Posted by Dee Ashley


I nominate you to be our official UER diplomat. Your professionalism and restraint are unparalleled.


Yeah, Saint Carbon Copy... aka Saint Cut/Paste
Better save the restraint to know when to bug out of a hellhole.

Be a bore to see threads degraded to mere cut/paste endings.
Part of being a ranking FM is creativity...
otherwise things become mudane, just like most of real life.
You already have FB for that.

Which is why... I bring you fire.






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