BOB THE NEWSCASTER: Lauren, do you have any idea how they might go about tracking down who posted these things around the city?
LAUREN THE NEWSCASTER: Well, Bob, we have just received information that this hoax may be connected with some sort of a website. We have a visual of this website -
VISUAL: ::is a posting on Flickr::
λ: Dude, that's Flickr.
LAUREN: But we are not sure at this time who is responsible for this website -
KYLIE: It's FLICKR!
LAUREN: - or who posted this photo there.
λ: It's Jackpot321. It says it. Right there.
BOB: And, Lauren, do you have any idea how they might find out who posted this photo?
λ: Call in a tech expert. Track down the IP address.
LAUREN: Well, Bob, these people are experts. I'm sure they'll interview people, attempting to find out whether anyone saw anyone posting these photos -
LAUREN: - or whether anyone knows anything about who may have posted these photographs. After all, ::smug tone:: when college students are involved, it's fairly certain that someone will talk.
BOB: Breaking news, Lauren - I've just heard that it has been confirmed that this is indeed a marketing stunt. Turner Broadcasting Companies, CNN's parent company, has released a statement that this is indeed a series of advertisements for the show AquaTeen Hunger Force... ::Bob reads things we already know::
λ Wai wai wait. This is CNN's parent company?
KYLIE: And CNN has been running news stories about how they don't know what these things are since eight this morning?!
KYLIE AND λ: ::stare at television in silent awe::
Amazing. Absolutely amazing.