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Traffic Advisory Signs in County Get Hacked
This is one of the most fun pieces we offer. The story can be changed to anything you like---or re-write it from the ground up. It's up to you. But what makes this piece more fun than usual is that you can change the freeway sign to read anything (yep--ANYTHING) you want. "Don Loves Hazel" is just an example. Bear in mind that there's not room for a lot of characters, but you can still get your message across. How about:
Happy 50th Birthday Dad
Happy Anniversary Elena
Welcome Home Brett Radcliff
It's a Boy Congrats Bob & Tammi
Eric Suise Get Out of the HOV Lane
Ellie Johnson Slow Down!
Jenny Baker Call Me!
Dick---Last Night Was GREAT!
John Sucks Eggs
Bobby Will You Marry Me?
Mary Hansen is a Slut
7000 Car Pileup Ahead--Use Caution
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Bette Davis Has Fake Boobs
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Message persisted for two hours despite efforts to over-write it.
Traffic Advisory Signs Hacked
Inquiring minds want to know: Who the heck are Don & Hazel?
Yourtown---- (NOTICE: Any names of towns, locations, people, institutions, etc., used in these sample fake newspaper stories, are purely fictional, chosen at random, and are not meant to portray or represent any real person, place or deed. Remember that no matter what name a writer chooses to use in any fictional story, there is a real person (or many persons) SOMEWHERE who have that exact name.)
Traffic advisory signs county-wide went berserk Wednesday from about 4-6 p.m., right through the heart of rush hour on the Interstate. Highway engineers are "peeved".
"We were hacked!" admits a chagrined Thomas Ellis, supervisor for the state's computer department. "Someone, somehow....hacked into our system and posted the message. We don't know how it happened."
State police spokesperson Amy Wells said that Troopers would love to know who 'Don and Hazel' are. "This may seem like a harmless stunt," says Wells, "but the computer systems are regulated by the government, and to break into one is a serious crime." But Trooper Wells was unable to completely suppress a grin.
Tom Ellis said the state would be 'beefing up' computer security for the highway department. "It's hard to say if we're dealing with someone who had the technical expertise themselves to hack into the system and post this message, or if someone with that talent is hiring himself out for practical jokes. Either way, I'm betting he won't get past my security next time!"
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