You know when something needs funding for some kind of outdoor project like a fountain or a park so they start selling bricks to people? You pay them a certain amount and in return you get a brick on their sidewalk that will forever have your name on it. Wouldn't it be great to have a PLA brick forever embedded into a sidewalk? There's a place here
in Albany, Oregon (just behind the post office from the Back chapter in the book) that is building a giant carousel that will take up a city block. They've been at it for years now and expect the project to be completed within 5 or 6 years. For $100, they will give you a regular sized brick that will have 3 lines of engraved text on it. Not sure how many characters you get, but it's plenty of room to write Phone Losers of America or Cactus a bunch of times. Maybe something that nobody else will get like Chris Tomkinson Loves Dino Allsman.
For $250 we can get a double-sized brick and write twice as much nonsense on it. So my questions are this:
1. Is this a dumb idea to even pursue?
2. Would you be willing to donate $5 or $10 for a brick that you'll never see in real life and that won't even be visible for another 5 years, by which time you'll have completely forgotten about PLA? (God, I'm a bad salesman.)
3. What would you write on this brick?