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Everything posted by mckee

  1. I told my sister about this last week when word of the story fist popped onto the board here. Her husband is stationed at MAFB. Now they're trying to scrimp for a GPS. Good job!
  2. Maybe we can just start sending caches to people in the mail? Each cache site would have a mailing list. Receive the cache, open the container, take a McToy, leave a McToy, send it to the next person on the list. No more reaching into nasty bushes and holes in the ground!
  3. quote:Originally posted by Bender:What about the Indiana Jones movies? Bender Searching, for the lost Xanadu There's that Rush lyric again. Now I have to go downstairs and play my drums.
  4. What about Christopher Walken and the gold watch in "Pulp Fiction?"
  5. quote:Originally posted by Dave_W6DPS:Don't forget the "newbies" out there. Until you have at least 20 finds, 2 hides, and 150 forum posts you should be required to use a manual weeding device, such as a hoe. And of course, any gasoline powered device should be reserved for charter members. Does dynamite count as a "manual weeding device?"
  6. quote:Originally posted by Renegade Knight: The thing that would suck about a time cache is to open it up and see you're future self already logged it in the past leaving you in a paradox conundrum. Even worse, you might become your own grandpa.
  7. Leaving condoms in a cache is worth it's own chapter.
  8. quote:Originally posted by bitbrain:I have already teleported (through irregular menas) a new DWG unit, prefereably the rechargeable AMD wrist watch model with the GRC79 induction motor, four I80200 warp stabilizers, 512GB of SRAM and the menu driven GUI with front panel XID display to those coordinates. I fear that it may have been picked up by the wrong time traveler, though. My contact was named Wilson.... Or was it some Doctor? Who?
  9. quote:Originally posted by Marky:So, does anyone live near those coords? It looks like some house at the end of a court. Maybe it could be turned into the dimentional warp virtual cache... oh wait, there's probably a rule against spam caches... Actually the rules forbid dimentional warp virtual caches. Too hard to verify!
  10. The renowned 6 star WTO Riot Geocache, coming to a city near you!
  11. Old woman. Ice floe. Spring melt/breakup. You know the rest.
  12. Chain her to the next cache you find. Maybe someone will think she's a new McToy and give her to their kids.
  13. quote:Originally posted by sept1c_tank:chasbeau2: "...pleasing perverted people posing as petri dishes who post putrid pleadings for others to pose for their pleasure." ================================================ _P_roficiently, and _P_leasantly _P_ut. I know there's a word that describes the usage of multiple words with similiar sounds, but I can't think of it. At first, I thought _onomatopoetic,_ but I'm sure that's not it. Welcome to geocaching (and the forums). sept1c_tank . Alliteration....
  14. quote:Originally posted by Alan2:I know this is off-topic McKee, but was is that guy hiding in an Oreo cookie? Alan He's eating the icing out first, silly.
  15. They're probably reading your moniker "Happy Stubble."
  16. Oops, I just read the rules and guidlines. Disregard.
  17. I keep finding lots of vegetation getting in my way when I'm out geocaching. What's the best equipment for clearing a nice wide swath of destruction to the cache? Obviously the extension cord models aren't going to cut it, since I'll need a whole lot of cords to reach a plug-in.
  18. quote:Originally posted by Dinoprophet:http://img.Groundspeak.com/user/49462_3700.jpg Dang, beat me to it.
  19. You posted something objectionable and horrific as 9Key before logging out, right?
  20. quote:Originally posted by Renegade Knight:I can think of a lot of things that could have adds on them. A pre-ban lower reciever for an AR-15 laser engraved with any business name would be very nice. I'd grab it, even without the laser engraving.
  21. quote:Originally posted by The Gowen Family:I would take them, we use them when we are out working in the yard and sometimes when we have headaces and don't want to much noise bothering us. We were tempted to use a pair last night to drown out the kids, they were unusually loud last night. Must of been because of the storm that blew thru. Water works better if your goal is to drown someone. They merely choke on earplugs, so the results aren't as dramatic.
  22. I have a whole pocketful of used ones that I've been wondering what to do with. Great idea!
  23. quote:Originally posted by Umbaba:Methinks y'all have WAY too much time on your hands. Especially you, McKee! It's the beauty of being unemployed. I've been learning how to use Photoshop too.
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