You won’t need more than a couple of people to pick up the papers from the printer and chart the location of every newspaper dispenser in your town or borough, but you’ll probably want to invite a couple dozen friends to join in the deploying—you’ll have to be quick and numerous to get it all done in the brief window of time between the delivery of the day’s newspapers and the hour people start picking them up. Papers are usually delivered around four in the morning, but you’ll want to check this for yourself in your target area. The people delivering them are generally folks just like you, with vehicles not unlike your own (no, not the one with the stenciling all over it), so rest assured—chances are you won’t look out of the ordinary carrying out your mission. They go from box to box, putting in a special key that opens them, taking out the old newspapers and putting in the new ones; you’ll do the same, using quarters to open the boxes if you haven’t managed to snag or replicate the special key, taking out the unwrapped papers and putting wrapped ones in their place. The most efficient method is three people to a car: one driver, one clean-cut person to go to each machine and exchange the pile of unwrapped papers within for a pile of wrapped ones, and one maniac in the back frantically wrapping away. At the very end of the trip, you can go back to the first box, where you got your first pile of unwrapped papers, and put in the last wrapped ones. Needless to say, this process works best if you’re wrapping just one brand of newspaper; if you’re trying to hit every one of a number of different newspapers, and there isn’t enough space in the back seat to keep several separate piles going at once, you can either divide up the different newspapers between different vehicles, or just take each pile of papers back to the vehicle to wrap before returning them. It’s been known to happen that people have participated in newspaper wraps on bicycles, leaving each box jammed open while they wrap its papers nearby; this is less efficient, however, and may be riskier, as it requires two trips to each box—or one long stay at each, in full view. Whatever your method, chart your route so it’ll be least likely that anyone will catch on to what you’re doing until you’re done.