Talk:Open Source Resistance

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Is this FINALLY a site asking for pictures of AIR flags tagged on stuff? GREAT!!! I knew it would come around full circle:)--Velvolver 07:27, 27 March 2007 (PDT)

A website made by people who've recieved the same links we all have so far in this arg. People in the arg making a website discussing the strangeness of the arg, wonderful;p The unrecorded lyrics and things like that make me think maybe trent has recieved this in the ARG, including the SBI scientists?--Velvolver 07:35, 27 March 2007 (PDT)

Wanna reword that a little Velv, having a time following your train of thought on that one! :) --killjoy 10:16, 29 March 2007 (PDT)

So this is where the AIR flag origianated (in year zero time)Blank 00:46, 28 March 2007 (PDT)

Submitting Art

Anyone thought of sending in orignal art? I wonder if this is for real, at least as a year zero promo. Thinkfull

I sent in some older politico work i had laying around (from once upon a year or two ago) got a pretty generic autoresponder email to that, if anything comes of it, i'll be sure to stuff an update in here somewhere! --killjoy 10:16, 29 March 2007 (PDT)

At the bottom of the page is the trademark AIR flag, except without the three horizontal bars. I expect as the incoming artwork is accepted it will be thumbnailed and form together the three branches, making the rest of the flag. Just a thought, but if it happens quote me on it!!----~~ THIS WAS BY: Freakin Velvolver, but the damn signiture button and all the others are removed, wtf?

OSR distribution list e-mails?

Since subscribing to the distribution list on, I'm starting to get e-mails that could be construed as "spam" (but look like they could be part of the ARG) to my account.

In the last three days, starting with the day after subscribing:

"Howard told him to get a storage bin, that's what he does."
and today: "Fast-forward to yesterday, and I was browsing through my local Borders and saw this book."

There are three things this could be:

1. Spam from Assuming the site is legit, the return e-mail said there would be no spam. So I find this unlikely.
2. Spam from somewhere else. That would be a pretty amazing coincidence, since I get spam e-mail about once every two months to this account, and now three in three days.
3. Part of the ARG that I don't have the time to pore over.  :)

Anyone else getting these? Should they be included in one of these Wiki pages?

i'm going to make a dedicated email address just for this, and see if it draws any non 'official' mail or such things after signing up, i'll post here when something pops up! --killjoy 19:29, 29 March 2007 (PDT)
No new mail so far. the excepts in 1 and 3 (mentioned above) are used in and respectively. They match up word for word too. Phillowe88 13:41, 10 April 2007 (PDT)


On the submissions page, where it has all the thumbnails of the current art, several have the feel of the ARG websites. I pulled them into a graphic editor, but I'm not so good at clean up. Can anyone make anything out of them? The ones I'm particularly interested in are: Operation Trident_0000; Operation Tsunami_0000; and Attempt (mselfie)

4/11 email

Man, I so wish I still had contacts in LA. I can't wait to see what comes out of that fan.

Moved: Fan Art reference

Some of the submissions in the Open Source Resistance section "Submitted" have the words "Sentiments of an American Woman" written on the art. This refers to the book, "Sentiments of an American Woman" by Esther Reed, who encouraged women to make personal sacrifices for the soldiers to leave them presents of gratitude.[1]

Cell Phones??

Anyone know what the number was of the stern voice that caled the cell phone was? Was it a previously found number? How may cell phones are there? Have there been any more calls? --Ok, thats about it, thanks.Armac 23:16, 17 April 2007 (PDT)

finding HOA

dose anyone remeber what they said to find hour of arrival? Blank 20:01, 28 April 2007 (PDT)

see Hour of Arrival transcript and mp3 there. ylbissop 22:01, 29 April 2007 (PDT)

Reference on

Does anyone know how long this has been up?

It's been there since that particular portion of the site went up. Edani 1 May 2009
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