Travel Bug Dog Tag Hacker #139

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Owner:
RandyRhoads Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Released:
Sunday, August 10, 2003
Origin:
Texas, United States
Recently Spotted:
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They thought they had him but Hacker #139 is on the lam! Help him travel around the world to escape those who are chasing him. Pictures of the locations he passes thru are most welcome.

About This Item

Hacker #139

Hacker #139 thought he was smart. He decided to use his computer for nefarious deeds. But then one day, the authorities came knocking on his door. He faked them out by laying down on the floor and acting dead. Once they left his room to find a phone to call an ambulance he jumped out the window and escaped. But now he has frozen in the "dead" position. But he won't let that stop him from hiding out in caches throughout the world. At least until the heat is off of him.

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Tracking History (27192.3mi) View Map

Dropped Off 11/5/2003 TWO4GEOFUN placed it in Keep Yer Powder Dry Arizona - 704.39 miles  Visit Log
Retrieve It from a Cache 10/29/2003 TWO4GEOFUN retrieved it from Fort Davis Texas   Visit Log

We retrieved from the Fort Davis cache today. Thanks

Dropped Off 8/29/2003 Bud placed it in Fort Davis Texas - 313.43 miles  Visit Log
Retrieve It from a Cache 8/20/2003 Bud retrieved it from Dang Fireants & Badgers Texas   Visit Log

I picked up the esteemed Hacker at SA's latest cache, and will help him hide out on our trip to West Texas next weekend.

Dropped Off 8/13/2003 bilderback placed it in Dang Fireants & Badgers Texas - 32.24 miles  Visit Log
Retrieve It from a Cache 8/11/2003 bilderback retrieved it from The First in Schertz Texas   Visit Log

Picked this guy up in Double-R's cache in Shertz, Tx. Yes, he looked mighty dead to the naked eye, but the minute I put him in my pocket he started to get a pulse and began squirming. The whole scene made for curious facial expressions while I was waiting in line at the grocery store...

I'll monitor his vital signs for a while, then send him on his merry way...

Dropped Off 8/10/2003 RandyRhoads placed it in The First in Schertz Texas   Visit Log
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