Oh, what fun! David Hornik, the feisty financier who organizes The Lobby, a conference which gathers a self-appointed Valley elite on the Big Island of Hawaii, organizes group expeditions as part of the boondoggle's bonding rituals. We hear he's hired Shinteki, an activities coordinator popular in the Valley, which has in turn created a fake "treasure-recovery services" outfit to lead Lobbyists on a treasure hunt. With venture capital growing scarce, why not just label the exercise "Find Your Own Series A"? After the jump, a spoiler on the treasure hunt for anyone who wants to play along.Check the "treasures" listed on Heritage International's site. They spell out "Google Earth." What happens when you play with the GPS coordinates listed?