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News Buzzy’s been stolen?

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Seabasealpha1

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Dunno if any of y’all have seen this and I might be just repeating something g from before...I apologize if so...

 

Demarke

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Urban explorers don't hit homes that people live in. Pretty much everyone in the community considers that to be beyond the pale.

Urban exploration is more about abandoned spaces, caves, rooftops, etc. Not about people's homes. So tired of hearing that downright dishonest comparison which is almost as bad as equating urbex with rape. :rolleyes:
Yeah, in a private homeowner scenario, it would be more akin to allowing a bunch of folks to use your fancy barn for an event or wedding reception or something (as WoL has been essentially used as event space recently), but some guest discovers the old abandoned chicken house around back where you keep some old farm equipment you don't use anymore and decides to take a few photos. If I caught them in the act, I might be upset because of the presumption that they might be there to steal or vandalize something and escort them off the property, but if there was nothing damaged or removed and somebody tweeted a few pictures later, I honestly don't think I would be all that upset.

What the BDD kid did in this case was not exploring, it was theft.
 

DreamfinderGuy

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(Long-time lurker here with a first post)

Just speaking from my experience working at Star Tours a few years back on my CP, we had several doors that remained intentionally unlocked which led backstage in case we needed to clear the building for an emergency. We also used all of those doors to rotate positions, etc. The important / actually dangerous machinery is locked, but getting backstage to film our dingy little hallways would be super easy. The cameras I had access to were used for crowd control and not backstage security.
That's exactly the case with Body Wars too. It's security system (which has been deactivated for a looooong time now) was used to monitor the bays, sims, and hallways for crowd control. It wasn't really used for security purposes.
 

Tom Morrow

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The vast majority of urbex explorers only go into literal abandoned locations, very few do so in otherwise functioning facilities like MattSonswa and BDD. They do not steal. Don't condemn all of them just because you refuse to see more than what this thread has presented to you.
 

TwilightZone

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The vast majority of urbex explorers only go into literal abandoned locations, very few do so in otherwise functioning facilities like MattSonswa and BDD. They do not steal. Don't condemn all of them just because you refuse to see more than what this thread has presented to you.
Hate to be that guy, but
Just a reminder, please try to stay on topic. Thanks
 

Bleed0range

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Urban explorers don't hit homes that people live in. Pretty much everyone in the community considers that to be beyond the pale.

Urban exploration is more about abandoned spaces, caves, rooftops, etc. Not about people's homes. So tired of hearing that downright dishonest comparison which is almost as bad as equating urbex with rape. :rolleyes:
Technically anything in Wonders or Life is not abandoned, it’s merely cut off from public access. What’s his name climbing Big Thunder Mountain has nothing to do with anything abandoned and is just straight up trees passing and creating a liability risk to Disney.
 

Dragonman

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My question is how exactly BDD was able to get Buzzy's clothes off in the first place. With Buzzy being 10ft off the ground he must've had to stand on something or had someone lift him up
 

Bairstow

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My question is how exactly BDD was able to get Buzzy's clothes off in the first place. With Buzzy being 10ft off the ground he must've had to stand on something or had someone lift him up
Has it been established that he was the one who stole the figure's costumes?
 
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