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UE Location DB > The B.F. Goodrich Plant > Why the low rating? (Viewed 1112 times)
Captain Obvious 


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Why the low rating?
< on 6/16/2007 5:53 PM >
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6/10?




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Samurai 

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No matter where you go, there you are...

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Re: Why the low rating?
< Reply # 1 on 3/10/2008 11:26 PM >
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Posted by 2Xplorations
Thats is a good question. Surprised nobody has responded. I think the low ratings are a result of many new members that find more affinity with easier locations such as trailer parks or shopping malls. Some of the highest ratings in the UEDB are for locations like that and all the friends of these members always vote 10 10 10 for those locations. (personally I wouldnt walk across the street to explore most of them).

The original creator of this entry had one gallery taken from outside the fence only and its not really all that interesting. To be fair the entry point I found may not even have been available when they explored here. Some of the low rating may be attributable to that.

And it was no small feat getting inside this one either. I suppose vacant houses and abandoned barns are more appealing targets to local UER members of late. I hesitate to suggest what that says about their skill levels or taste.

As for this location its occasionally still on my radar and I will update it as needed. Something will eventually change. The current security provider's contract will run out. Another "zipper" will appear in the fence. I'll just give up exploring before I give up looking for large industrial sites like this to explore.


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Re: Why the low rating?
< Reply # 2 on 3/11/2008 2:48 AM >
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thats just because you live in one 8 hours a day




Samurai 

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Re: Why the low rating?
< Reply # 3 on 3/11/2008 3:01 AM >
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Posted by 2Xplorations
thats just because you live in one 8 hours a day


well, yeah, ok...you got me there... still... don't stop with the tours of texas!




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Re: Why the low rating?
< Reply # 4 on 6/28/2009 5:37 AM >
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Rating locations was recently disabled primarily because of stuff mentioned above.

But, yea, keep those great Texas tours coming!

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Re: Why the low rating?
< Reply # 5 on 6/28/2009 11:56 AM >
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I actually liked the rating system despite its apparent failures. I never relied on DB entries or their ratings in the first place.




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Re: Why the low rating?
< Reply # 6 on 6/29/2009 11:41 PM >
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Yea, it was fun and I found it gave you a bit of perspective,but you could also see where it a crock in many cases too.

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