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an idea!

Discussion in 'Metal Heads' started by sitka/xxxxx, May 12, 2002.

  1. sitka/xxxxx

    sitka/xxxxx New Jack

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    an idea!

    Discussion started by sitka/xxxxx - May 12, 2002

    please, please....do not hit up spots around the train yards! this means switch boxes, cement pads, bridges directly near a train lay-up.
    All this is doing is making the local authorities aware that the grafitti is for sure being done at that certain lay-up. If you leave the area clean...they have no way of knowing where the trains got hit. keep your spots cool!
     
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  2. Fox Mulder

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    Fox Mulder - Replied May 12, 2002

    yes many people know this its and been said before. it is in the yard safety thread(i think) that is stickied at the top. good looking out though.
     
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  3. im not witty

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    im not witty - Replied May 12, 2002

    another idea, dont make threads covering things that have been covered a million times and then sticky-ed for good measure.
     
  4. fr8oholic

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    fr8oholic - Replied May 12, 2002

    cut him a break fella. looks like this was posted with good intentions.
     
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  5. Cracked Ass

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    Cracked Ass - Replied May 12, 2002

    Yes, this is basic stuff but so many dimwits are screwing around these days that it's info worth repeating. All the stuff I had on this is not in Yard Safety but a thread called Keeping Spots Chill, which I can't find at the moment.
     
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  6. sitka/xxxxx

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    sitka/xxxxx - Replied May 13, 2002

    xxxxx

    please accept my apologies,.... hadn't seen the earlier post.


    stupid.
     
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    Remi Martin - Replied May 13, 2002

    some dumbfucking kids blew a butter flat car lay up by doing wack peices on the sheds next to it. dumbfucking kids suck.
     
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  8. im not witty

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    im not witty - Replied May 13, 2002

    yea im sorry, i just couldnt resist opening with "another idea"
    at least he wasnt making a thread encouraging everyone to crush chill spots. i withdraw my remark, may it please the court