06-01-2007, 08:51 AM
Street Wars (http://www.streetwars.net/)
I read this article in Maxim about some 24/7, watergun assassination tournament. This sounds like a blast. Chicago, Toronto, and Paris are the upcoming cities, If you can, get in this thing.
Check out the site.
06-01-2007, 01:38 PM
Years ago, back in the '80s, I worked for a wholesale floral company. We supplied fresh flowers, ribbon, vases, and all the other stock of the trade to retail flower shops around the city. Our company was located in a warehouse-type industrial building, covering a full city block, that dated back to 1913. It had been updated, remodeled and extended in a real haphazard way over the years. When I worked there, it ranked somewhere between a maze and a firetrap waiting for a spark.
There were four floors that didn't match up from one part of the building to the next, so they'd built ramps to cover the 3-foot drop between them. (Watch out for that first step!) There were mezzanines and balconies everywhere, stairs that went nowhere, doors that opened onto solid walls, holes in the floor for dropping freight from one floor to the next -- it was great, almost a miniature version of the Winchester House.
When the company moved, I got permission from the owner for me and a group of friends to take over the building by night. As soon as the sun went down, we'd carry in beverages and food for the night, and then break out the waterguns and flashlights. It was all in fun, but I'll never forget the experience of hunting (and being hunted) in the dark. :-)
06-01-2007, 02:09 PM
we did this at our college. It was a campus wide thing and you had the pictures of the students you were supposed to get and whenever you hit then with your water gun you took over their person and it all ended with one winner. I have never skipped so much class in my life. Great Time!
06-01-2007, 08:43 PM
We did this in high school 20 years ago. Great fun when you are a youngster.