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Ben Yamiin
Level 7: 2646 points
Alltime Score: 7645 points
Last Logged In: June 30th, 2017
BADGE: Journey To The End Of The Night TEAM: Team Shplank TEAM: San Francisco Zero TEAM: Bastion of Backgammon TEAM: SCIENCE! TEAM: 0UT TEAM: Synaesthetics TEAM: HUMANITIES, ART and LANGUAGE! TEAM: LØVE TEAM: Public Library Zero TEAM: SF0 Skypeness! TEAM: Silly Hats Only TEAM: SFØ Foreign Legion TEAM: League of Human Hybrids BART Psychogeographical Association Rank 6: Lettrist EquivalenZ Rank 1: User The University of Aesthematics Rank 2: Dealer Humanitarian Crisis Rank 3: The Honorable Chrononautic Exxon Rank 1: Clockwatcher Society For Nihilistic Intent And Disruptive Efforts Rank 2: Trickster

Ben Yamiin / Completed Tasks

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Bex's Tale: Upon Mastering Science, Bex began trying to reconnect with SF0 and the Old Timers of her day, looking for a little celebratory tasking. Bryce was among those who responded full of ideas: He also happens to be: a.) an active player,...

25 + 60 points :: 3 comments :: 12 votes :: 5 collaborators

Pixie came down from PDØ. Tac Haberdash and Lincløn came up from LAØ. They pulled a couple old SFØ'ers out of retirement to create an OFFICIAL, DESIGNATED DANCE PATCH! What ensued was the most awesome :D (watch the video for the story!)

25 + 46 points :: 5 comments :: 11 votes :: 5 collaborators
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We chose the "Create a system to amuse those caught in traffic." part. It happened unexpectedly when Tac juggling seemed to amuse and entertain people caught in traffic. With that knowledge in hand we came back the next day, this time armed with ...

45 + 130 points :: 14 comments :: 28 votes :: 4 collaborators
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Like many states, North Carolina is full of state-sponsored historical markers commemorating the locations of important people, places, and events in the state's history. They range from the significant to the minor, and they are ubiquitous enough an...

15 + 271 points :: 26 comments :: 56 votes :: 3 collaborators
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Dutch and French versions to follow. So I've had to modify this task somewhat due to the fact that I am not currently working due to an ongoing completion of a different task. There are few real monsters in the history of humanity. Most atrocitie...

15 + 170 points :: 8 comments :: 35 votes
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Pilgrim's Progress by Ben Yamiin October 15th, 2009 9:19 AM

When GYØ was planning the '09 UKØ gathering, a mysterious new player by the name of The Pilgrim signed up. This was, of course, me, planted there to keep an eye on the messages passed between the gathering participants. Because, of course, it would...

25 + 163 points :: 22 comments :: 33 votes
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For those who knew it it before: Firstly, a great big thank you for 'MonkeyBoy Dan' your help and re-submission was greatly appreciated! I am new here and didn't intend for my first post to be so controversial, I'm still getting used to everything (...

15 + 96 points :: 6 comments :: 20 votes :: 3 collaborators

A praxis between Bamakø and Nøuakchøtt I was leaving Bamakø, Mali to get to Nøuakchøtt, Mauritania by bus through some of the most desolate stretches of road through the Sahara. With a 30 hour bus ride ahead of me, I knew what I needed to do. ...

25 + 108 points :: 11 comments :: 25 votes

Yes, Kill Your Television. This was done with weapons and expert planning... and a video camera: We used not only strength, but blood sweat and tears... no, for real... there was blood. Doesn't look like much here, but that's because the wound h...

45 + 76 points :: 13 comments :: 17 votes :: 3 collaborators
Craaank by Ben Yamiin May 6th, 2009 10:54 AM

The epic journey from Niamey, Niger to Timbuktu, Mali Back in the days before easy transportation, 44 Europeans attempted to travel to Timbuktu. 4 made it. 3 made it home. They were coming from the north. I came from the southeast. Starting in Niam...

140 + 51 points :: 5 comments :: 12 votes
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