ROFLOL! I shoulda known you
would have something to do with it!
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, January 31, 2004 8:42 AM
Subject: Re: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Get a load of this waypoint
done on purpose. Originally GCHB0Y was randomly assigned to my
School Daze puzzle cache, but when I saw the waypoint ID, I moved
Daze (as yet unfinished, should be posted within a couple weeks)
over to a
new waypoint ID and re-used B0Y for the ...and puppydog tails
cache. Kinda like back when I was employed as a unix computer
had a home phone number of 548-UNIX. "Did you do that on
always the question. The answer was 'yes,' but
originally I was
randomly assigned a 468-UNIX number, and when I moved to a
apartment i asked if they had the same last 4 digits available in my
new exchange and they did. Looked great on a resume... Not sure
I'd get now, 796-MUGS?
Ham radio operators for some time have
been able to request "vanity
callsigns" instead of the randomly generated
ones from the FCC. You
can get your initials or whatever you like, as
long as it fits the
pattern and is available. I think there may be an
extra charge too.
Something like this could be a great 'preferred
member' feature of
GC.com. I wonder if it's been proposed yet?
I'll go look.
On Jan 31, 2004, at 8:07 AM, Candy Lind
> Wayne noticed this and I think it's amazing!!!
> WHAT ARE THE ODDS that this cache
> ...and puppy dog
> would get THIS waypoint number???
Humor me, I know it's a Zero, BUT ... TOO COOL!
> Too bad the other one
didn't get GCGRRL ... (which BTW doesn't exist)
> Candy Lind candylind@...
> "Hello, my name is Candy, I
go by Moosiegirl, and I am a GEOCACHER."
> I can quit any time ... really,
> Geocaching worldwide: http://www.geocaching.com in
> Texas: http://www.txga.net
> in the Austin
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