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    And you thought you had mold problems.....



    Thought that you guys could use some laughs. This is just one section of a movie theater that has been under water since 1999. Thay actually discussed cleaning this place. Maybe this should be put in the wall of shame........

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    What??? They been showing the Titantic since it came out?

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    Double feature, Titanic and The Poseidon Adventure. Turn the picture upside down and you will see the Poseidon affect.

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    Lol, looks like the theatre here.

    You wouldn't happen to be overseas with the orange desicant machines?
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    how does an entire theatre end up underwater for 5 years?

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    Originally posted by tonys
    how does an entire theatre end up underwater for 5 years?
    Maybe it was a hurricane, where's the photos from steve?
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    a 5-year long hurricane?

    now THAT's a lot of wind&rain.

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    Ah missed the text cause the photo was huge, I'll pull my foot out of my mouth now.

    [Edited by Carnak on 10-29-2004 at 07:52 PM]
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    Theater is in Long Island, New York. It was under water because they though it would be nice to save on the electric bill while it was unoccupied. Then when it rained, the sump pumps were off. Funny thing is that they are renting the space in front of this out as a retail store. Cheap moldy items for sale. HA!

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    Thanks, enquiring minds wanted to know.
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    Originally posted by steveih
    Theater is in Long Island, New York. It was under water because they though it would be nice to save on the electric bill while it was unoccupied. Then when it rained, the sump pumps were off. Funny thing is that they are renting the space in front of this out as a retail store. Cheap moldy items for sale. HA!
    What a waste. Does it not smell in the rental space? I can almost smell it from here.

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    The rental space sells leather goods, so the mildew/mold smell is overwhelmed by the pleasant smell of leather products. And just think, the Holidays are right around the corner. Discount leather products anyone?!?

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    I have a question. Mold and mildew usually have that black appearance I see on the chairs, correct? What are the 'whitish' spots on the chairs?

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