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Spearfishers Chase Google Car 15

Posted by samzenpus
from the do-not-want dept.
jockeys writes "In a hilarious prank, two Norwegians chased the Google car while wearing spearfishing attire." Remarkable people, the Norwegians aren't they? Beautiful dry suits!


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Spearfishers Chase Google Car

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  • Funny prank (Score:1, Troll)

    by Pec (127751)

    This norwegians had nothing else to do?

    • Re: (Score:2, Insightful)

      by catd77 (1743104)
      Well, they could be icefishing. But, why do people spend all their time playing WOW. At least this is funny and kind of constructive.
      • Re: (Score:3, Insightful)

        by Cryacin (657549)
        The van must drive pretty darn slowly. Have you ever run in flippers?!? I guess the other option was an impromptu face plant on google maps.
    • On the map.

      I'm sure some of us couldn't find it before.

  • Tried to think of something to do yesterday when the google car came, but then went on Google earth and realized that they already had when I was on vacation. But still, the question remains, what other awesome things could you do with a Google maps car? What would xkcd do?
    • Re: (Score:3, Insightful)

      Put up posters in it's intended path with banned URLs from the Australian web filter list.... Oh wait, that's illegal

      Put up posters in it's intended path with instructions on how to spoof a custom ip address with your bittorrent downloader (eg

  • They look a bit like Tusken Raiders =P []

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