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UK Cornetto Works (AKA iNduZtrial logAYshun GB) - Feb -2014

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After our visit to a very secret court location (here- http://www.oblivionstate.com/forum/showthread.php/6948-dA-ep1c-cort-toR-daT-n01-haz-seeN-Sheffield-Feb-2014 ) we went to an almost unknown area up the road, epic splores were had. And for those who get botred easily, there is a story here.

Thigs were epic.

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There were windows.

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And pins.

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Some graff.

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And bottles.

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Rustyderpface took a picture.

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Of Butt Knives

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And she threatened Beardlass

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So he called his mum.

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The End

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