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    Cool dead crazy homeless ghost!

    LMAO, LOL! Very well written, except for the OCTOPUSSY! LMAO! I'll take it! serious that shirtless bum looked like a ghost!

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    Ok, My friend jay and I, were trying to bring some lady friends to an abadonment, just to show them around, maybe get some, and just waste a few hours of the night. So i decided we should go up to ernesto mills and convince the girls that its not that hard if you know what your looking for. We go and find walking towards it a little later and get in with not a lot of comotion, and we go on roof tops, and walk on crazy floor boards, all with my 30 led mag light, and jays little flash light to lead our way. We get a little and notice its 12 at night, prolly a good time to leave. Right before we left the roof tops doors all over start to slam, scaring the bullshit out of these girls. They were being troopers up untill now, we head back in the direction of my very well hidden entrance and i guess we past it and walked to the wrong side of one of the hallways. I have to tell them that im not 100% positive where the exit was. Now the girls started getting scared, and loud, but withen 10 or so minutes we ended up at my entrance. Waking back to the car we came up to one of the fences up there and a jeep was running probably 15 feet in front of me, we decided it was prolly security and that wouldnt give us any problems, and if they did wed tell them we were walking around the old mill showing our girls something cool. When we got closer to the jeep(we had no other options but to walk right next to it) we noticed it was a county police jeep with K9, i kept walking and figured hed get out the car and stop us. I was probably 10 ft in front of jay talking to megan(the girl i was talking to) and we walked all the way to the car. When we got in jay told me that the cop and the dog werent in the jeep. I think we heard him going in another entrance that i dont know about. We walked out of there right next to a cop car running, with no cop around, i thought i was the luckiest man alive when i got out of the city without being pulled over. Sorry it was a bit long winded, It happened literaly and hour and a half ago.

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    No girl can resist the allure of an abandoned mill complex!

    On another note, both times I have gone to Ernesto I have seen at least one police car in the parking lot somewhere. I don't know if a cop lives in the residential complex or if it's just part of a regular patrol.
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    mANVIL, that Wilmington PD cruiser we usually see is just a cop that lives in the new condos. I've seen him out there, in plain clothes, with his family. Me thinks he parked his new SUV inside of the fence to keep punks kids out... Especially punk kids trying to live out their abandonment porn fantasies.

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    allright, we seen the same wilmington k9 car you are talking about there, parked, prolly inside enjoying dinner with his family or something of that nature. The k9 jeep however we did not see upon coming into the parking area(and we looked) and his car was running with him and his dog out of the car.

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    there is no freakin way that this will come off as funny on here as it was to us.

    however, for yuns reading pleasure.... here's the story about what happened to us today:

    we went to teh badass quarry in WVA and had a ball. after a few hours, joe local and his dapperly dressed pooch tells octo and i to get down off the conveyers and get off the property else he's callin the po-po. paranoid will tell yuns that it was his jedi mind trick that got the guy to chill out, but REALLY it was my charm and witty banter that turned him from asshole NARC to tour guide and got him to relax and go back to the warmth of hims little home.

    after sploring the mill, we went to harper's ferry for a few more photos and a beer. driving out of town, paranoid spotted a bad ass cliff and wanted some pics up on that shit. he parked the car in the grass (a "no-parking" zone) and he and i scaled the stone. i had bought some chalk to take with us to abandonments, and it came up the cliff with us. we penned our names, and had goof take some pics:



    right after that pic was taken, johnny law pulled up with his lights a-flashin. two NPS officers got out an told us to get down off the cliff. they rolled up yelling at us to get down, acting like we were international terrorists. after we got down and they grabbed our ID's, they asked us what we were thinking defacing a national monument. after we stopped laughing, we replied "IT'S SIDEWALK CHALK... it'll come off when it rains." at this point we just started cracking jokes, and i tried to convince them to tazer me. one kept asking the other if he had a camera so he could take pics of the "graffiti" for their records. when they couldn't find their camera, we told them that we had plenty of pics of it, and if they liked we could email em. goof went back to the van and popped these out:







    they told us to go clean it up, so octo and i jumped back up there giggling the whole time. in the end, we got a $100 parking ticket and a written warning for "disturbing mineral resources":



    i think we cracked up the entire ride home. the perfect end to a great day =)

    oh, and even after one of the cops drove back to the station, they couldn't find a camera, so i do indeed have to send pics of the "graffiti" to the officer's email today.
    leave the gun, take the canoli.

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    LMAO nice way to write that up! The law don't play when it comes to playground chalk on cliffs! 1 thing you failed 2 mention is while Johnny law pulled up I was a cliff above you all with my 'member' im my hand bout 2 drain the vain!

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    Oh and cleaning the names!








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    All I can do is say thank you to Don, Octo and Goof for a perfect day.......
    Im still laughin about it all !
    - has never been arrested for "Moapery"... just for the record.


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    my email to the officer:

    Office B*****,

    Per your request, I am happily forwarding to you two pictures that I have of the chalk writings on the cliff. I did not touch-up or enhance the images in any way; this is how the words appeared from the ground. I'm actually quite upset that the names are not more visible. Fortunately, the view from high atop said cliff was fantastic, therefore the climb wasn't a complete waste.

    If I can do anything else, please let me know. Once again, I would like to express my thanks for you and your partner's leniency towards myself and my friends. We will be glad to visit Harper's Ferry again... without chalk or any other writing utencils.

    Regards,

    Steve Corley
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    A tree will eventually outgrow etched initials...
    Spraypaint will eventually fade away...
    Weather will eventually erase an engraving in stone...

    Just because its doesnt take as long for nature to undo it doesnt mean its ok.

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    True, but chalk will last 1-2 weeks - spraypaint, etched initials etc... will last years if not decades. Big difference there. When I used to run 5k's & 10k's they would mark up the course (oten held in a state park) with chalk lines and arrows on the ground, rocks, and trees.
    "As a community we are united in our struggle, we say yes to life, no to things which threaten to destory us. Today we move towards a lifstyle of human values, based on love, governed by honesty, and secured by trust. No longer do we stand alone. We must be as open as the air, with the will to survive, the will to learn, and the will to create. We are a creative force motivated by each other. For the will of the people is the greatest force conceivable." - written on wall of mental hospital

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    the kids in my neighborhood write with chalk all over the street and sidewalks. i used the same stuff and wrote my name on a rock. one good rain storm and it's gone.

    i'm practically a tree-hugger, but i have a few friends who are more hard-core about it than i am, (oh, and i ain't givin up steaks or seafood).

    it was silly. we got pics of us on the cliff, and i had the chalk in my pocket. what ended up happening turned out to be one of the funniest things i've had happen and a story i'll be telling for a long time
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    someone uses chalk, it gives the next guy the idea to put their name up there with spraypaint. It can open up more problems than first percieved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KosherBenz View Post
    someone uses chalk, it gives the next guy the idea to put their name up there with spraypaint. It can open up more problems than first percieved.
    Someone uses a camera, it gives the next guy the idea to take something more then a picture........

    I scribbled on that rock with chalk first....... so it was my fault they did it?

    Can we all really be responsible for what twisted ideas people get and where they get it from? I can only speak for myself, (which some might say is selfish) but I truly do what I do because I love doing it. If my motives and morals are positive and my sons, or anyone can learn anything valuable from what I do then my purpose is served.
    I really wish I had the time to worry about what someone with malice intent might be motivated to do when looking at what I do.

    I think that this site is an amazing site and the people I've met through it are very creative and intelligent people. So to those people I am sorry for using chalk on a rock.
    - has never been arrested for "Moapery"... just for the record.


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    no brother, dont take it the wrong way. you are not responsibile for what the next person does but it might have given them the idea.
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    This story is funny because the idea was great put ur name up there take sum pix and leave, then officer dick lick had to show up and be hardcore boarder patrolmen and yell at ya like your a bunch of bean skipin mexicans trying to get to America. and he wrote a ticket .. lol cant wait to see his reply to that email you sent ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex View Post
    This story is funny because the idea was great put ur name up there take sum pix and leave, then officer dick lick had to show up and be hardcore boarder patrolmen and yell at ya like your a bunch of bean skipin mexicans trying to get to America. and he wrote a ticket .. lol cant wait to see his reply to that email you sent ..
    still waiting....
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    Hah ive been "almost caught" a few times

    always there have been headlights and that was it
    my crew and i are pretty careful but the people we bring with us arent always as such
    never been seen though which is good

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