Discussion in 'News' started by Ree, May 8, 2012.
I wasn't to sure where to put this. Oh well.
Big thanks to everyone who was in London yesterday. I had alot of fun guys, amazing day and you were all good people to meet and hang out with. This has all been alot of fun to be involved in.
Awesome job, _Depression!
Man, you rocks. :}
But NOW, I REALLY think that is a clue. Is over a month to the album release, so we have time to another quest. But I don't know. Anyone think is that a real clue?
Well, I'm with you on this one... Someone should at least go check that out... What if it is a clue, and no-one goes to check it out?
Updated map is cooler 8).
Oh crap, Adams tweet. What do we do about it?!
"Command Module "Columbia"
The National Air and Space Museum, Washington, D.C.
Lunar Module "Eagle"
Jettisoned from the Command Module on 21 July 1969 at 23:41 UT (7:41 PM EDT)
Impact site unknown "
"...As for their craft, the ascent stage of the Eagle was jettisoned into lunar orbit. Within a couple of years the lander smashed unseen into the moon. Columbia now sits on display at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. ..."
so I think he is joking or maybe he wants someone to check out the National Air and Space Museum?
Guys he's joking. Come on now.
What a great week to be a LP fan!
Hope we'll get another sort of puzzle/game/hunt though...
Awesome map Depression! Looks great!
The maps kinda funny. MTV Berlin got screwed!!!!!!! HAHAHAHA her picture is so small ahhahahahah
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I'm kinda bummed this is over. It was really fun working with the fans to find the next clue! So exciting when it all came to a conclusion yesterday.
Yeah it was exciting to have that expectation, it was a really nice way to keep us entertained and the experience I feel it united us a bit more as a fanbase, not it's just one month until LIVING THINGS comes out, wait was more bearable when you were focused on other things.
I appreciate that the band did this for us, I'll never get tired of saying they always think about their fans and always try to come closer to us and interact with us, they acknowledge the things we do for them and give a little bit something back (apart from the music), it's just a really nice symbiosis we got going on. I love them and I'm very thankful for all their effort on making the music and going the extra mile.
All the electricity, enthusiasm - gone (for now).
I love Linkin Park for doing this!
I'm also kind of bummed this is over, and bummed that this thread is going to end at just over 5,300 posts...I was starting to wonder what number it would reach
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