Here's my disclaimer, my mornings are tied up 6 ways to Sunday. So I can post an OT really late the night before, or not at all. Best I can do. Usually headlines are my target, but due to the holiday season I've been avoiding the "news" even more than usual.
I love scavenger hunts. There's probably a bazillion versions online, but the new Google street view function kind of opened up an idea. Find the object, post the location and direction to rotate. For instance, person in a wheelchair. 1118 Summit Ave, Seattle, WA, rotate SSE. It's sort of problematic if you go to the wrong spot, as the people can move from one frame to the next, or the day can change if you turn a corner. I think this could be a lot of fun, but then again it could be completely retarded and a total drag. Perhaps there should be some rules, or some kind of structure. Like a point system based on location of the find, something like that. If the LL community can divide the west coast and creat the NRC vs. PRC conflict, then I'm certain some structure for a scavenger hunt is child play. Or just ignore it as my 75 word filler, and let the chatting proceed.
Things to look for:
Cows, kids playing ball, fire trucks, cop car pulling someone over, house most likely to be a haunted house, person in a mariners jersey, house on fire (at least smoking), people in a boat, person fishing, person most likely a douchebag, giant clock, car with a mattress on the roof, homeless person (just to help out esoteric), famous people (bonus for M's*), people having sex, nude person(s), mail truck on a tow truck*, deer (bonus if it's on a truck), wedding, funeral procession, anymore ideas?
*Too awesome not to add to the list, despite being random finds.
Also, it would be kind of strange to have all the notable happening or people around town eventually tagged, or marked. Madonna? 555 Hollywood Blv., NW, or something like that.