Boy, then I have a deal for you!
There's not much to do for our cause between protests besides spread the word. So, here's things that you can do (if you want) that can help us out.You Found The Card/Cash
If you haven't visited http://www.YouFoundTheCard.com
, you should right now. I think its a fantastic website for quick info on what we're doing. So, something that's pretty easy to do is put out your own cards. You don't need anything fancy if its not available to you. It's just as effective to write YouFoundTheCard.com on any card-like item you find as it is to print out professional cards and distribute them.
Also, YouFoundTheCash.com goes to the same place, so if you have any bills in your wallet, write it on them! It's been said in a previous topic, but it's perfectly legal as long as you don't write over serial numbers. I've been writing it on the bottoms, tops, and sides.
One idea that we have yet to act out is raiding bookstores like Barnes & Noble and shoving cards into books. And putting them in menus in restaurants...everywhere!
The website works well because when people find the card, they feel special, and its kind of like a cool mystery thing, so put them all over the place. In weird places too, where not everyone would look. Behind things, etc.
And it helps to have a car, but you don't need one. Hell, I don't, I just leave a trail of YouFoundTheCards on every bus I get on, at school, at anywhere I stop, and on the bus I take to get home. Sometimes at work, too, hehe. Raid, Anonymous, RAAAIIID!Flyering
We can never put out enough flyers. There's plenty of people that like to throw them away, haha. If you have a printer at your disposal, anywhere from a couple to hundreds of flyers would do a lot of good.
For distributing them, find high foot traffic places, like casinos, bus stations, etc, and also look for places where people go and end up sitting for a long time (and reading nearby items): buses, waiting rooms, places where there are lines to get in somewhere, etc. Anywhere is good for a flyer, but if you think about where you're placing them, they can be even more effective.
To make a flyer seem more familiar to folks, you can put my email address on it (AnonReno@gmail.com). If it has "Reno" on it, it won't seem as much like robotic propaganda to people that live 'round these parts. Also, if anyone else has an email they wouldn't mind being put on flyers, let us know. Along with the email, make sure there's some sort of website. Not many people would want to email someone they don't know without finding out some information for themselves first.Talking
Whenever I say "protest" people want to know everything about it. So if you're comfortable talking to people, then talk! Just make sure you trust them though, or at least enough to say "Hey, my identity is kind of a secret." Be pretty careful.
Or you can pull off the "Well, I heard this group called Anonymous was doing THIS...I researched it a little." Sometimes its even more catching that way if they think "hey wow, it grabbed AnonReno's attention, it must be pretty cool!"Tell Your Friends/Family
All right, that's all I got for now.
Any questions? I'm sure we're all open to give advice on making your own personal quest more effective, whichever way you choose. Ask away!