In Texas, United States
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The posted coordinates are fake. Solve the puzzle to find the real location of the geocache.
The other day, I decided to throw a dinner party for a few friends from around the nation. I included individuals from all sorts of regions and various industries. We played some games, had a few laughs, and of course we ate. Boy, a few of my friends were really hungry too! I thought they were going to kill each fighting over the food. Good grief! I finally got them settled down and had them take a seat at the dinner table. After taking their seats, I noticed something pretty amazing. The order they sat in also gave me the coordinates of a geocache I hid. See if you can make any sense of their seating order:
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Last Updated: on 01/13/2013 15:47:20 (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (23:47 GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum