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Mystery Cache

Sub-Urbane Cwm Oddities | Stencil Me In

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Hidden : 4/3/2009
In Wisconsin, United States
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1.5 out of 5

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Geocache Description:

Another in the series of urban oddities, this one was inspired by another cache that dealt with subvertising, the act of advertizing in public spaces without permission or compensation to convey a message of opposition towards some product or company. This cache deals with small black and white subverts that can be spotted in places where youth hang out. Those of you in larger metropolitan areas are probably quite familiar with these stickers, as you've likely seen them pasted over billboards on street signs and parking meter posts. You've probably even asked yourself what the meaning of these stickers are.

You are also encouraged to complete an additional logging request by taking photographs of other subversive stickers that you spot in and around streetwise hangouts with a description of the location. They can be found on many urban street corners and you shouldn't have a problem locating them.

UPDATE 9.1.09: Challenges removed from this series. I'd like more cachers to attempt these caches and the requirement was too constrictive. Please attempt the alternate logging request outlines above.

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