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Hqrsie_D wrote:Around a year ago (before people rick-rolled Mets games, public places etc), me and my friends came across a large ornamental steamer chest. We knew we had to do something with it and debated filling it with fake "pirate gold" and burying it at midnight at a public beach.
Instead we found something better. We took a cheap micro-cassette recorder and taped Rick Astley from tinny laptop speakers. Then we sealed in in a tupperware container to ward off bugs and the elements and locked it in the steamer chest. We then drove an hour out of town, down a dirt road then walked a foot path for fifteen minutes and off the trail another two. We covered the entire chest with ferns and pine boughs we found lying around.
I had my laptop with me with a USB gps dongle and tracked our location. We posted it on a major geocaching website.
For those who don't want my crappy explanation of geocaching http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geocaching
For those too lazy to click the link, geocaching is a modern treasure hunting game where new age hippies hide things in the woods or sometimes urban centers and post the coordinates online for others to find. People registered with a website are given notice when a new cache is placed in their region.
So we rick rolled them.
Hqrsie_D wrote: We pay a technology fee at college to use the printers. It's built into our tuition and you have no say in a minimum amount. Everyone gets 500 pages to use.
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