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Ruins of detroit pt.2

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User avatar #8 - gingebro (08/10/2013) [+] (9 replies)
so what exactly is wrong with Detroit i mean it's not like Chernobyl
User avatar #4 - VincentKing ONLINE (08/10/2013) [+] (27 replies)
can someone explain these ruins for me? Not an american here
User avatar #5 to #4 - minnesotaids (08/10/2013) [-]
Detroit is the worst rundown city in America. It's the nation's ******** .
Looking at these pictures makes it all the more believable.
#16 - drankster (08/10/2013) [+] (1 reply)
#56 - speacher (08/11/2013) [+] (7 replies)
It has been since I first had seen these photos, that I wished greatly to clear out the drug dealers and squatters of this poor broken city, erect a 10 ft tall fence around the perimeter, and host the largest paintball game ever known. Using advanced pressure sensitive padding, basic wrist mounted computers, a wifi LAN, a large server, and cameras at every corner, the game would e accurately recorded, and last days. Your guns would cease to fire upon termination and would not continue functioning until you reach a checkpoint. At the end, the score, accessible by the wrist mounted computer, would be tallied up, and the winners would receive a cash prize, produce through sponsorship and entrance fees. You could establish teams or stand alone so as not to share your prize. There would be in game currency, developed by interacting with the environment, (playing arcade games, finding caches, completing challenges)But these would leave players vulnerable. There is also limited ammo, obtainable weapons and upgrades, and so much other stuff. Teams could establish bases, form strategies. There would also be cameras in the masks for first person view on those watching at home, or to be monitored by team leaders.
#17 - CreepyNeighbor (08/10/2013) [+] (11 replies)
I wanna let people know that Detroit isn't all just ruins.
There's nice places and plenty of nice people there who are proud of where they live.
I live near Detroit and have been there more than a few times. It's not all dangerous.
It's a little annoying when people who have never been to Detroit just say "lol ******* " because they don't know any better.
It's a dying city, but it's slowly reviving with the support and love from it's dedicated citizens. That's all.
User avatar #67 - exhaustedheadcase (08/11/2013) [+] (4 replies)
i want to move to detroit, no im serious
follow me here
i move to detriot into one of its hundreds of abandoned areas
i dont buy just one building i buy sixwhole square blocks ( maybe more) and wall it off from the gangs , wild dogs and deathclaws
then i make it a maze like area, adding doors and walls to some places taking them out of others. really make it look like a post apocalypse( even though detriot has pretty much done that for me) then i would set up cameras at every location possible
people could then pay me two thousand dollars to go into the most realistic survival simulator ever made and see how long they can last
probably let in some local kids once in a while to trash the place even more and scare the customers

#108 - nymikemet (08/11/2013) [-]
Ah pictures of Chernobyl
oh wait no, just Detroit
#54 - hydromatic (08/11/2013) [-]
<<< Reminds be a little bit of this.
User avatar #120 - Hawke (08/11/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I'm surprised the cameramen weren't shot and had their camera's stolen.
User avatar #37 - ubercookieboy (08/10/2013) [-]
Well by Detroits standards these buildings are still in perfectly good condition.
#31 - TheJailerPedo (08/10/2013) [+] (2 replies)
they should abandon detroit entirely, leave it to the wild. it'll be pretty cool, visit the ruins of the once mighty city of detroit, like a sumerian ruin haha
User avatar #21 - daky (08/10/2013) [+] (3 replies)
it makes me wonder why everything is like destroyed. like not the old decaying stuff. but why are the desks all over the place or why are the piano keys destroyed. time does not make **** move.
User avatar #36 to #21 - themastermorris (08/10/2013) [-]
It's Detroit. The simple act of being there is enough to degrade it
#161 - mr skeltal (08/11/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Its a damn shame, really. Back in the 50's detroit wasnt like this. Due to the automobile industry thriving. Now you know what outsourcing can really do to a country.......
User avatar #156 - Esplosions (08/11/2013) [-]
Ruins of Detriot
#47 - portucheese (08/11/2013) [-]
If it wasn't for the title I would say these were fallout fan made pictures
User avatar #2 - austoboyko (08/10/2013) [+] (3 replies)
They should fix some of these up just enough to be used as homeless shelters, i bet the bums use them anyway
#132 - bazda (08/11/2013) [+] (17 replies)
Take note children, this is what happens when a once prosperous city is run exclusively by liberal democrats for 50 straight years.
User avatar #158 to #141 - newsmyrna (08/11/2013) [-]
New York City, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Atlanta, ect most cities are Democratic in America most of the countryside is Republican there you are wrong. Detroit is what happens when industry leaving combines with massive corruption at the highest echelons of power. When Mafia control of Union leads to utter devastation of the trust of labor causing these companies to abandon once prosperous ventures. That is why that city is now a **** hole and if you where smart you would invest in that city due to the fact that it is basically a centrally located metropolis with cheap land and a large infrastructure. That city will most likely bounce back and you could see a large return on a small investment it is basically like what Hoboken NJ was like 30yrs ago. back then you could buy a city block for next to nothing now you cant touch a plot of land for under $250,000 or more.
User avatar #72 - kmanscloneszombie (08/11/2013) [-]
They shouldn't have gotten rid of robo-cop.
User avatar #70 - mattdoggy (08/11/2013) [-]
Fall Out 4?
Nope! Just Detroit
#18 - dimpledodge (08/10/2013) [-]
This kinda reminds me of "the last of us" gameplay.
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