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Abandoned Cars as Erosion Control in Detroit (11 pics)

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1 Abandoned Cars as Erosion Control in Detroit (11 pics)


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11 Abandoned Cars as Erosion Control in Detroit (11 pics)


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№1 Author: bowlervtec (22 Feb 2012 01:29) Total user comments: 1365


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yes, lets stop erosion with old cars. they don't rust and contaminate the water or anything.
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№2 Author: Magpyre (22 Feb 2012 03:28) Total user comments: 76


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Looks like a bloody stupid idea to me, whats wrong with rocks, they dont look like crap either.

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№3 Author: fairmania (22 Feb 2012 03:47) Total user comments: 1436


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That is truly the oddest thing I have seen recently.

Why not rocks? And how much work would stop the cars contaminating the river??

I'm with you guys, someone somewhere need to rethink this wonderful yet dubious idea.
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№4 Author: Mocha Medic (22 Feb 2012 05:54) Total user comments: 46


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I'll have to agree. That is a pretty sad way to stop erosion.
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№5 Author: adzhoe (22 Feb 2012 06:39) Total user comments: 14959


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Hopefully whoever did that had the common sense to remove hazardous materials. Looks terrible.
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№6 Author: mahedi (22 Feb 2012 12:02) Total user comments: 10772


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Some body recycle these cars
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№7 Author: Jinxaruny (22 Feb 2012 13:29) Total user comments: 10324


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That looks so bad!!!
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№8 Author: micliapu (22 Feb 2012 13:33) Total user comments: 2977


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№9 Author: BlacksmithTom (22 Feb 2012 17:24) Total user comments: 5


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The majority of these pictures are NOT in Detroit.....and yes this isn't a very good idea to use cars for erosion control
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№10 Author: velio70 (22 Feb 2012 18:51) Total user comments: 1654


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I'm sure this was more about some sleeze business man giving a payback to a politician to cheaply dispose of cars in the name of erosion control.
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№11 Author: Grunt Callahan (22 Feb 2012 18:57) Total user comments: 2283


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fucking eye sore
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№12 Author: Pilgrim (22 Feb 2012 20:21) Total user comments: 2288


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Sad..
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№13 Author: Lu (22 Feb 2012 21:37) Total user comments: 15082


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Truly one excellent way to muck up nature. One good flood and all those cars are lying in a unsightly heap downstream. 46
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№14 Author: flammable (22 Feb 2012 21:39) Total user comments: 84


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Detroit looks like hell (yes sadly been there several times) but 3 are definitely not from there and I'd wager the others aren't either.

That is multiple lawsuits waiting to happen.
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№15 Author: Nsibai (25 Feb 2012 03:00) Total user comments: 5694


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