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Jason 7au
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Last Logged In: February 3rd, 2012
BADGE: Journey To The End Of The Night BADGE: The Sweet Cheat Gone TEAM: San Francisco Zero TEAM: SFØ Société Photographique TEAM: 0UT


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The Things We Bury For Our Friends by Jason 7au, mella hyperborea, avidd opolis

March 26th, 2006 5:17 AM

INSTRUCTIONS: Bury something. Contact another player that you don't know in real life and give them instructions on where to dig it up. Your instructions can be either straight-forward or cryptic.

When you contact them you should also invite them as a collaborator on the task.

Jason says:
I received the following instructions from mella and avidd:

"In Golden Gate Park you'll venture to the arboretum on JFK Drive; you'll find the statue of a sports hero. Across from the statue you'll see two roads! Which one is it? Look for the Dahlias. You'll walk down _that_ cul-de-sac road and stand under the second street light from JFK. From this street light you'll take fourteen paces across the road, toward and into the bushes. The shallow grave will be marked by a smallish rock under a bush. Your prize is sealed in a purple plastic bag, it should be easily uncovered."

The video covers most of what happened when I got to the park. I'm a novice when it comes to action-cam stuff, or even just taping and walking, so be forewarned of the shakiness. In looking for the bag, there was a bit of a mix-up, but we got it cleared up without too much trouble. Also note that they made the thing that was buried! A wholly excellent added touch; it's unfortunate that it's not in my size. Maybe, with mella and avidd's blessing, I can use it as the quarry for another task, so someone who this would fit can receive it?

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The spot where the bag was buried

The spot where the bag was buried


The buried t-shirt and the bag it was in

The buried t-shirt and the bag it was in


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Awesome!
posted by Wendy Mason on March 26th, 2006 8:03 AM

It really is too bad it's not your size- it looks like a nifty shirt.

poor sizing
posted by mella hyperborea on March 27th, 2006 9:20 AM


Just last night Avidd was saying he's gonna make a series of Buckminster Fuller prints. The next screen I'll add a shirt in your size, Jason ^^

Part 2
posted by avidd opolis on March 27th, 2006 12:02 PM

Damn straight~!