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Man Spells Out 1,500 Miles Long ‘Welcome’ Sign In Croatia

by | 9th, April 2011

SPECIOUS News of The Day features Daniel Lacko, who will crete the “world’s biggest welcome” by spelling out the word as he travels over 1,500 miles along the Croatian coastline.

His movements will be tracked by a GPS device that when finsihed will spell out the word “Welcome” across the map of Croatia.

How those Croats will love the fact that a man is using technology to graffiti an English word across their lands.

Of course, it’s already been done. Old Mr Anroak, a keen historian, has tracked the passages of Wiliam Baffin, and noted that he managed to sepll out the word “CHIPS” across a large expanse of the Arctic Circle. And there is Neil Armstrong, whose footsteps on the moon mark out the letters “H.O.L.L.Y.W.O.O.D”…



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