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Humanitarian Crisis
era group score: 19978
total group score: 66591
total players: 104

Humanitarian Crisis

The City suffers from a humanitarian crisis and appeals for unilateral humanitarian aid, and basic human rights.

Humanitarian Crisis is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization working through field-based analysis, low/high-level advocacy and decisive action to resolve the devastating humanitarian crisis in the City.

As with all humanitarian functions, Humanitarian Crisis acts with a mandate from the people who have made a desperate plea for their basic human rights.

Our city no longer houses a "secret" humanitarian crisis: what was only recently undeclared and ignored by international humanitarian discourse (but in the open for all to see) is now acknowledged.

The plea is made, and with The Humanitarian Crisis Group taking on the role of an objective, aid-distributing and enforcing body, the international community and the bay area itself may finally bear witness to the Crisis.

Our objectives are clear: every single resident of San Francisco is entitled to basic human rights, yet only 1 of every 100 actually receives the aid that he or she needs to be considered a depoliticized Human. We work tirelessly to increase that number.

In times of crisis such as these, boundaries between social classes may fall apart, or they may crystalize. To supply residents with the supplies they so desperately need, we must ensure that boundaries break down. Only then can the distribution of vital, life-giving resources come to fruition.

After basic human rights have been restored, Humanitarian Crisis will bring the perpetrators of the Crisis to justice by establishing tribunals.

Whatever colors they may wear, these players have distinguished themselves by the number of tasks they have completed in the zone of Humanitarian Crisis:

Black Coffee And Cherry Pie

Added by Bryce July 27th 2011 @ 5:58 pm

In Twin Peaks, Agent Cooper says that "Every day, you should give yourself one present."

For one week, every day, give yourself a present.

These do not need to be big things. Maybe five minutes of extra sleep, a new pair of boots, a burrito.

Document how this changes your life.

completions by: Kate Saturday cody rongo rongo Bvt. Major Misanthropology Megan McIntyre

level 1 :: 15 points :: 13 completed :: 20 in progress :: 2 comments

The Permanent Collection

Added by Dax Tran-Caffee January 28th 2008 @ 6:09 pm

Surreptitiously place a book of your creation into a public library, such that it will likely be mistaken for part of its collection.

completions by: ge[off] Pip Estrelle The Animus Francis Worthing Scooter Vagabond

level 1 :: 15 points :: 10 completed :: 79 in progress :: 2 comments

Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen)

Added by GYØ Ben March 22nd 2008 @ 12:07 pm

Do one thing every day that scares you, for (at least) one week.

completions by: rongo rongo A M Pixie susy derkins Libris Craft

level 2 :: 25 points :: 5 completed :: 18 in progress :: 25 comments

Dead Drop

Added by Loki October 6th 2008 @ 9:49 pm

Arrange to sell or buy a perfectly ordinary, legal item via Craigslist or a similar forum. Convince the other party to conduct business using a dead-drop instead of meeting in person.

completions by: Loki

level 2 :: 25 points :: 1 completed :: 14 in progress :: 3 comments

Merci

Added by Emily Moss June 13th 2009 @ 10:41 pm

Whilst in Scotland, I couldn't help but notice that along the roadway, there were signs posted, simply saying, "Thank You". These signs were as regular as stop signs, or speed limit signs.
I asked my grandfather,"why are there Thank You signs posted?"
He replied,"Well, it's thanking us for driving safely. Also, if you can't read the sign, you're driving too fast."
He may have been telling the truth, but I preferred to interpret the sign at face value, like a bumper sticker that says, "Don't be a jerk." Just "Thank You".


Make a Thank You sign, and post it appropriately.
Thank you.

completions by: Wolf Sombrero Guy gh◌st ᵰⱥ₥ing Happy McDeath Bryce

level 1 :: 10 points :: 66 completed :: 152 in progress :: 1 comments

Back In '49

Added by Bryce September 17th 2008 @ 4:01 pm

Find someone who seems bored. This may be anyone from a homeless person to an obscure fascist dictator. Ask them to tell you a story. Then tell them a story. This task is only complete after someone has listened to your story.

completions by: Pixie Kate Saturday rongo rongo Amoeba Man

level 3 :: 45 points :: 3 completed :: 7 in progress :: 5 comments
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