So, a standard Railpage Australia™ user has to obide by the rules and regs of this forum in regards to illegal activity in and around Railways, yet a site admin freely posts video of illegal activity on here without fear of warning levels or repremand.
Clearly double standards are rife.
So? There are many documentaries on the subject across the Internet. Just because people would like to discuss the topic does not mean they agree that is not illegal or not. You have either seen the DVD or you haven't? Which is it?That still doesn't answer my question as to how it's made it onto the boards in the first place. Simply for the fact it is about illegal activity. If I was to raise a thread to ask about everyone's review of a DVD about Graffiti, I'd be banned.
I am not debating the legality of the content, I am simply looking for a review of the DVD. This is well within the specs of what we do here.Reviewing a DVD on illegal activites is something Railpage doesn't do, as that is highlighting the stupidity of people and could insight copycats. You have rocks in your head if you think this DVD is even worth reviewing.
Graffiti is a completely different story. It does not necessarily relate to rail. If you don't have anything positive to contribute to the thread, move on to the next one.No, Graffiti falls into the same category, that being illegal activity on railways.
I'm voicing my opinion, this is a public forum afterall...
these videos that clowns are crazy and insane. Actually just plain dumb.
It looks like a very interesting cast and crew to say the least ...
Riding the rattler was apparently commonplace during and/or just after the war. The late Lloyd Holmes told of an occasion when he was on a night shift as a Train Examiner in the Melbourne yards, when a bloke carrying a fox terrier dog appeared, looking for a wagon ticketed to Irymple. He found one and climbed aboard under a corner of the tarpaulin. Lloyd put his telescope to his Nelsonian blind eye and saw nothing.Not to mention during the great depression.