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The game

On July 1, 2008 at 9am Pacific time, participants with cell phones receive the following message:

Wake up, clown! You have *one hour* to reply to be a part of today's fun. /operator

This leads to Whysoserious.com/Operator, which is a site featuring a dimly-lit stage with five switches wired around. The switches contain a sign - "Waiting for Relay." On the stage are five small metal weights attached to chains suspended from the ceiling. There is also a submission field on the bottom of the page, but it is inactive.


Upon replying to the original phone message via a text, the following response is received by cell phone participants:

Good. Do not reply again. I'll be in touch....

Once the hour deadline was up, cell phone participants who responded received the following text messages in order:

Work together, clowns. Your code-word: XXXXXXXX. Your partner: XXX-XXX-XXXX. Do NOT call until told to. Do not publicize this number.

Wait for a call - you will receive one or more code words. Relay these words to your partner.

You're the first in the chain. Call your partner and relay your code-word NOW.

Currently, it seems as if the game involves only participants with cell phones. One is supposed to start a chain as in the game "Operator," calling a partner and relaying additional code words.

Code words

The following are examples of code words that the participants have received.



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