The Protractor Puzzle

Tech culture-savvy readers know that the Managing Editor of BoingBoing lives in Pittsburgh, leading to BB-worthy posts like the following, about protractors:

One of the oddest things I've seen since coming to Pittsburgh was a protractor superglued to the stone in my neighborhood. It turns out that there are hundreds of them cropping up, sealed to surfaces so securely that authorities intend to charge whoever is doing it with a felony. Each is penned with a unique number, and tracking them down is becoming a local mystery.


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