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Raw Footage Of The 'ripped Backsides' Of Hartlepool & Middlesbrough

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Following many complaints from several Housing Associations, youtube viewers & even a few Hartlepool Councillors about our youtube videos/songs showing the state of Hartlepool & Middlesbrough housing in a 'bad way' - and in light of approximately 20 of my videos having been banned - I decided to edit in some or the nicer footage of Hartlepool & Middlesbrough into the video for our band's latest song about street workers.

So there is less footage of the 'ripped backsides' of Hartlepool (the bits where people live) & more of the commerical, neon lit bits (the bits where people get drunk on a night).

I couldn't resist popping in a few shots of the red light districts, for the sake of balance & to maintain the conceptual continuity of 'Social Anthropology' throughout my videos.

Anywyay, here it is:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJcWT-dutHg

Also, we did an instrumental about social depravation,

if you prefer a bit of dub:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBTczwzPF-w

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Ive been to both places both sh** holes

I worked for a company had servers hosted in Middlesbrough, I quickly moved them from there, I would not have left my hotel at night although the tees barrage travel in was quiet nice. I went into the main shopping centre and the toilets where full of people shooting up!!

I have played in Music competitions at Hartlepool town hall what a shocking place that is, a lovely air of neglect hovers over the place!!

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Agree, Middlesbrough is a wasteland. and I'm being generous.

I work near there but hate it to the point that I refused a relocation package from my company and prefer to commute from Newcastle every morning.

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Following many complaints from several Housing Associations, youtube viewers & even a few Hartlepool Councillors about our youtube videos/songs showing the state of Hartlepool & Middlesbrough housing in a 'bad way' - and in light of approximately 20 of my videos having been banned - I decided to edit in some or the nicer footage of Hartlepool & Middlesbrough into the video for our band's latest song about street workers.

So there is less footage of the 'ripped backsides' of Hartlepool (the bits where people live) & more of the commerical, neon lit bits (the bits where people get drunk on a night).

I couldn't resist popping in a few shots of the red light districts, for the sake of balance & to maintain the conceptual continuity of 'Social Anthropology' throughout my videos.

Anywyay, here it is:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJcWT-dutHg

Also, we did an instrumental about social depravation,

if you prefer a bit of dub:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBTczwzPF-w

Interesting. I like the related videos that come up with the second one.

Which one are you ?

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Nice one...

bet the chap in the Citroen Xsara Picasso hopes his missus doesn't find out......

:o:blink:

Heh, that was actually a mother picking up her daughter from the Rovers Quoit Club in Hartlepool, she was wearing a 'french maid' outfit. If you look closely, you can see her friend in her outfit in the doorway.

The other 'street walker' is my girlfriend.

The girl walking past in her pyjamas in Middlesbrough, was just a girl walking past in her pyjamas.

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