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Perfect Tommy

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  1. Call Ann Landers. Oh, right. She's dead. Try this, put some diamonds in an ammo box, stash it in the woods. Hand her the GPS and tell her the coordinates. She'll come around.
  2. He was lost, and now is found I recently had two bugs finally get back in circulation after a prolonged absence - these Lazarus bugs were out 305 and 303 days, respectively. Since the holders never responded to emails, I thought they were done for. Never give up hope - you never know...
  3. Congrats to a fellow old-timer Georger/Geocacher! I'll toast your accomplishment in person (and buy you one) at the Lancaster Malt Brewing Co. (on Plum Street) this Friday night if you can make it!
  4. BrianSnat beat me to it. Congratulations Planet/Claire! See you on the trails (next time I'll keep my ears open )!
  5. I see from your log on the MOC Survival that it was your 100th. What a way to make the century mark! I'm sure you won't forget that milestone(s) too easily. Congratulations and good luck on the next 100!
  6. The disclaimer is typical boilerplate intended to protect the website from lawsuits. In my experience, these restrictions do not appear to be rigidly enforced by TPTB and their minions. Fear not and be just. ____________________________________________ I used to be disgusted, now I'm just amused
  7. Jeremy said: quote:I added marquee with much hesitation and quote:Let me know if there are any more missing tags. Thanks! Please include the tag <marquee direction="right"> Otherwise my battleship will keep sailing backwards. The default direction for the marquee tag is right to left. Thanks
  8. bump Gotten some good recommendations from a couple of area cachers but trolling for some more input. Anyone? Anyone? Anyone? ____________________________________________ I used to be disgusted, now I'm just amused
  9. Well done! Congratulations! You're on your way to kilocaching status!
  10. A timely bump. After seeing the news segment [read: Magellan promo] on local TV mentioned in this thread, I'd rather see the media on a hunt with dboggny (or even BrianSnat ) - that way there's at least a chance that they'll find a cache. ____________________________________________ I used to be disgusted, now I'm just amused
  11. Actually looks like the "geocacher" (more likely a Magellan sales rep) tried to find three: In the Ramble; TONY; and Swamp Gas. Would have been a real black eye for the RASH if they had found any of the other "treasures" encountered by 'cachers in the vicinity of the Swamp Gas cache. Most of the other shots of 'cachers in action looks like canned Magellan promo footage. ____________________________________________ I used to be disgusted, now I'm just amused
  12. Amazing and outstanding. Well played sir!
  13. Off/T quote:The bag was orange and I put tape with drawings of eyes on it, put it over my hand and walked around the office with it saying "char charmander" over and over. Are you available for childrens' birthday parties? On/T I forsee the logical progression to the next thread: "Guess the Sock Puppet's Puppetmaster!". ____________________________________________ I used to be disgusted, now I'm just amused
  14. I will be in Lanco-land later next month and would welcome any suggestions from area 'cachers for must-do caches in and around Lanco. I have done Chickies Rock Overlook and am looking for something similar in terrain and difficulty. Thanks in advance. ____________________________________________ I used to be disgusted, now I'm just amused
  15. Agreed. To ensure however that this code is indecipherable to all ignorant cache-placers, I propose we use the phrase in its original language, to wit: quote:Les longs sanglots des palourdes mortes blessent mon coeur avec un languor monotone pendant qu'ils dansent à minuit which in turn is encoded in ROT13, to wit: quote:Yrf ybatf fnatybgf qrf cnybheqrf zbegrf oyrffrag zba pbrhe nirp ha ynathbe zbabgbar craqnag dh'vyf qnafrag à zvahvg That should throw them! ____________________________________________ I used to be disgusted, now I'm just amused
  16. quote:...but there must be a way we can warn other geocachers that a cache sucks. I suggest that we use the code phrase "The dead clam dances at midnight" in our logs for poor caches. I thought the code was "TNLNSL"? I like the idea of a code. Brian's suggestion is a dead giveaway though. I'm going to use the phrase quote:The long sobs of the violins of autumn wound my heart with a monotonous languor which has been field-tested and is an effective code. ____________________________________________ I used to be disgusted, now I'm just amused
  17. When srdboggny and BrianSnat start getting endorsement deals from Garmin, then I'll worry. Only "whoring" evident in the entire TONY magazine was the article about Jenna Jamison and her various marketing plans. ____________________________________________ I used to be disgusted, now I'm just amused
  18. Quite a feather in your cap! Congratulations!
  19. 41 days? Come back after 100... I have three bugs that have been held hostage for at least 100 days (and a couple more that may soon pass the century mark). Since none of the current custodians have deigned to respond to my emails and my offer to pay postage to send the bug home, I've decided to create my own Hall of Shame for these bug-nappers. Maybe shame will motivate them since, apparently, nothing else will. This Lazarus bug came back from the dead though after 10 months so don't give up hope! ____________________________________________ I used to be disgusted, now I'm just amused
  20. 33 floors up in my office in Midtown. Managed to make it home and then took out all the beer in the refrigerator and proceeded to drink it before it got warm, all the while sitting outside in the pitch black looking up at the stars. Office was closed the next day. We should do this more often. (Lights came on at 2 AM)
  21. Ay. The ayes have it. Motion carried. Congratulations jonboy! I'll get to planting some local caches so you can make it to 400. EDIT: It bears noting that jonboy does not log virtuals, locationless, webcam or even event caches. He also avoids urban hides. If he logged finds in those categories, his numbers would be gaudy. A great hiker and a master hider (over 40 hidden). There is room for improvement however as his post count is still under 200 . DISCLAIMER: No, I was not paid for this testimonial. [This message was edited by Perfect Tommy on July 30, 2003 at 06:53 AM.]
  22. quote:quote: Leave the gun, take the cannolis. ------------------------------------------------ I don't think I've seen anyone answer yet, sooo... The same movie that had this line: I made him an offer he couldn't refuse. You are correct sir!
  23. Here are some easy classics (they get progessively obscure): quote:I just want to say one word to you -- just one word -- 'plastics.' quote:Get your stinking paws off me, you dadgum dirty ape! quote:You're gonna have to answer to the Coca Cola company. quote:Your widow, my sister, could have done a lot worse. quote:I'm sick a gettin' the high hat-- and quote:I'm a man.Nobody's perfect. _______________________________________________ I used to be disgusted, now I try to be amused.
  24. quote:"Don't say a word to me, Sidney, don't say a ****ing word to me. I'll get up and I'll bury this telephone in your head." Midnight Run?
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