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post by Decayed_Beauty   |  | 
Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 20 on 5/8/2011 3:44 AM >

hahaha this is sooooo good.

i think an urb-ex bingo game could be invented with this type of thing. Ya know how their is road kill bingo?


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post by ensimismada   |  | 
Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 21 on 5/10/2011 12:47 PM >

As graduate student focusing her research on taxonomy and a member of UER, this is the best intersection of both worlds I could have ever hoped for. Love your kingdom- and genus-level nomenclature.


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post by TeePER   |  | 
Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 22 on 12/9/2011 8:36 PM >

Posted by phractal
When asked by the inlaws what it is I do out there, I can now claim to be cataloging fauna.


Best answer ever.


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post by syl23   |  | 
Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 23 on 2/23/2012 10:49 PM >

Sweet jesus this is epic.

You should add one for clueless photographers that think they're being cute and unique by taking pictures of "ugly poverty".

Or one for clueless "ghost hunters" that just go to abandonments because they think all creepy-looking buildings are haunted.


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post by hydrotherapy   |  | Clever Girl

Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 24 on 2/24/2012 12:37 AM >

Posted by syl23
Sweet jesus this is epic.

You should add one for clueless photographers that think they're being cute and unique by taking pictures of "ugly poverty".

Or one for clueless "ghost hunters" that just go to abandonments because they think all creepy-looking buildings are haunted.


If I have downtime at work tomorrow, I'll make a paranormal one as well.

You know. To help Our Community.

(I'd suggest a drinking game but I contemplated that one a year or so back and didn't want to be responsible for ER trips)


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post by Loki   |  | 
Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 25 on 2/24/2012 2:27 AM >

Posted by hydrotherapy


If I have downtime at work tomorrow, I'll make a paranormal one as well.

You know. To help Our Community.

(I'd suggest a drinking game but I contemplated that one a year or so back and didn't want to be responsible for ER trips)


UE is a drinking game.


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post by metawaffle   |  | King of Puns

Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 26 on 2/24/2012 5:39 AM >

Posted by Loki


UE is a drinking game.


HI, MELBCLAN!


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post by bonnie&clyde   |  | 
Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 27 on 2/24/2012 5:53 AM >

WinnerWinner Chicken dinner. We need this on a shirt.


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post by Loki   |  | 
Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 28 on 2/24/2012 5:55 AM >

Posted by metawaffle


HI, MELBCLAN!


Sup




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post by syl23   |  | 
Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 29 on 2/24/2012 6:50 AM >

Posted by hydrotherapy


If I have downtime at work tomorrow, I'll make a paranormal one as well.


I keep telling people, if you wanna go ghost hunting, then you have to point aggressively at suspicious activity. Otherwise, you get pulled into another dimension to be disemboweled at one of Pinkamena's Totally Fun Basement Parties™

You get no points for getting that reference, nor for getting any of my other 50 posts referencing the same goddamn thing.


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post by hydrotherapy   |  | Clever Girl

Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 30 on 2/24/2012 9:35 PM >

UE Drinking Game coming eventually.

Protect your livers. Hi Melbclan!

In the meantime-



High res: http://www.ward9.com/para_fieldguide.pdf


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post by metawaffle   |  | King of Puns

Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 31 on 2/25/2012 2:13 AM >

This is amazing.


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post by Jonno23   |  | 
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<Reply # 32 on 2/25/2012 5:32 PM >

<3 Hydro.


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post by Jack Strathmore   |  | 
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<Reply # 33 on 2/25/2012 5:46 PM >

Abso-fucking-lutely amazing!


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post by Ansurr   |  | 
Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 34 on 2/25/2012 8:53 PM >

I can't see any of the images in this thread. Are you guys having this problem?


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post by Jonno23   |  | 
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<Reply # 35 on 2/26/2012 3:02 AM >

There are no images. It's cool.


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post by NOX534   |  | 
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<Reply # 36 on 2/19/2014 12:55 AM >

I laughed when I read the Canadian part.


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post by Dark_Aaron   |  | 
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<Reply # 37 on 4/3/2014 2:31 PM >

Seems ward9.com has been parked? Can someone reupload?


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post by ziggy2feetz   |  | 
Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 38 on 6/10/2014 12:50 AM >

I cant see sny article here. Was it deleted?


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post by toomas   |  | 
Re: A Field Guide to Abandonment Fauna
<Reply # 39 on 10/3/2014 2:53 PM >

same here, please fix the issue


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