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    actually badfellas was an easter egg in gta 3. everywhere u went in liberty city u wud see that same poster. and yes it is relevent to goodfellas. and that other poster to the right is another poster that u wud see all over the place. (ps. rockstar makes a wierd ass)
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    oh god this took me forever for every easer egg/Glitch i know of..... #1 - Silver Vibrator: There is a Silver Vibrator located behind some Dumpsters in Bayside, North of San Fierro. It blends in with the wall so look carefully. #2 - Aldea Malvada, The Lost Pueblo: This is the larger of two sets of Native American/Mexican ruins in the game. They both relate to the biographical history of the area, most notably, the tales of a cavalry unit that fell down a hole near Fort Pastor. #3 - Cock Rock: Although seen in various Western movies, this is one particular stone column that would have made John Wayne blush. Known as 'Cock Rock' by game players, this column, when viewed from a certain angle, looks exactly like a male member. Other phallic symbols can be seen on both the Hotdog and Mr Whoopee vans. #4 - Buried Body Bags: There is a pile of dead bodies in disposable bags located in El Castillo Del Diablo, South West of the airstrip in the desert. Parked next to the mass grave is a Bobcat, so whoever dumped the bodies, also left their car there. This could be a way to dispose the bodies of intruders into nearby Area 69 although it could refer to a real-life murderer. #5 - Millie's Gimp Desires: Simply pose as a gimp when you arrive at Millie's for a date and she will immediately bring you inside for sex. If only real dates were this easy! #6 - Lemmings Easter Egg: Although highly contended to be just a glitch, if you go here, you will see pedestrians walking off the edge of the building then jumping. A nice little Easter Egg considering Rockstar North created the Legendary Lemmings games back when they were DMA. Note: This only works when you are in the alleyway. #7 - Weddings and Weldings: This garage is actually a bomb shop and combines the real life drive-thru wedding services of Las Vegas with the convenience of getting your car equipped with high explosives. Not exactly a shotgun wedding but it's a lot more violent. #8 - V-Rock Hotel: In Las Venturas, as a reference to both GTA Vice City and the Hard Rock Cafe, one of the hotels is the V-Rock hotel. V-rock being one of the radio stations in GTA Vice City where WCTR DJ Lazlow was employed. #9 - Regular Tom Geyser: This geyser is one of two places to find the photographing Pedestrian model. As the geyser spurts skywards, the pedestrians clamour to take the best photograph. #10 - Area 69: The restricted area/no-fly zone is a spoof on the real life air-force base Area 51. Rumoured for it's supposed involvement with Extra-terrestrial life forms, this area is heavily armed against any intruders who decide to fly over. #11 - Sex Shop: This Adult Store is part of one of the later missions but is enterable at any time. Inside are various funny signs and video cases, including references to GTA Vice City's Candy Suxx. The main thing of note is the huge dildo power tool. This is sadly unusable but is available in real life. #12 - No Easter Egg Sign: On top of the Gant Bridge in San Fierro, there is a secret message saying 'There aren't any Easter Eggs up here. Go Away!'. Paradox anyone? #13 - San Andreas Fault line: Underwater on the ocean floor is a large crack that spans between San Fierro and the other two islands. This refers to the real-life San Andreas fault line that is the separation between the North American and Pacific continental plates. Earthquake damage can be found in the form of both the ruined freeway section next to the San Fierro freeway, and the ruined buildings behind CJ's garage in San Fierro. #14 - USS Numnutz: What's long, hard and full of seamen? This docked submarine in San Fierro with the funny name is. Further references can be made as to the sexuality of sailors by having them docked in a representation of one of America's biggest gay friendly cities, San Francisco. #15 - Hopi Ruins: This second set of ruins can be found on the cliff side across the road from the cemetery building and look especially spooky at twilight. #16 - Lil' Probe Inn: This UFO based bar is a spoof on a real life bar called the Lil' Ale Inn in Rachel, Nevada. The bar also contains the Mysterious Map, which is an unexplained map of San Andreas that pinpoints certain locations in San Andreas. It can be found at the very back of Lil' Probe Inn near the office desk or in Toreno's cabin. If you investigate more you will find many of the locations have landmarks that have references to the local history. An example is the Las Venturas stadium where a lot of hippies died in the sixties after choking on toads. #17 - Unmarked Pay 'n' Spray: As one of the many glitches in the game, Rockstar left this Pay 'n' Spray in the game but didn't put it on the map. #18 - Bridge Facts: There is a sign with technical facts about the northernmost San Fierro bridge (Gant Bridge), next to Katie Zahn's favourite diner, along with a hunk of Cable used on the Bridge with a information sign next that. #19 - Michelle's tools: Go to upper San Fierro into Michelle's Garage and look inside with the Camera at her utility bench on your left. You will see she has very nice collection of different types and sizes of sexual pleasure tools. Michelle's garage also features the Kruton 9000. This is a computer that has appeared in the latest 3 GTA instalments. In GTA3 it can be seen inside Joey's Garage and within Sunshine Auto's in Vice City. #20 - The Fort Carson Tunnel: This tunnel can be found next to the ocean, to the west of Fort Carson. It is nothing special apart from the fact that it contains a wanted star, thus making it the perfect place to hide from the police. It may be a reference to the cavalry troops that fell down a large hole near Fort Carson in the Nineteenth century but this link is very loose. It also holds the title of the only natural underground formation in the San Andreas game world. #21 - Sky Door: A long way above the clucking bell in Fort Carson, there is a yellow entrance marker, as seen in the game by an enterable building. Some say that this is an entrance marker to get to Liberty City but as it would be impossible to get in, no one will ever know! Reports have come in as to weird things happening when people use the Unlimited Jetpack Height cheat and go up to the marker. #22 - Cameo Poker cards: The picture cards on the Video Poker machines in the casinos are pictures of people from the past two GTA games. #23 - Tall Pointy Building: Go to San Fierro and look for the tallest Sky Scraper there. You can take the southern entrance to the top of the building. There is a parachute here for base-jumping. At each side of the building are several humorous signs. #24 - Zombotech: Go to San Fierro and located further up north from the Doherty Garage on your right is the Zombotech Sky tower. Go inside and look about, it is surely going to bring back memories of Resident Evil, both the game and the film. Also inside is a very nice-looking double helix statue. #25 - CK Building: At night, one of the taller skyscrapers in Los Santos's window's light up in the shape of 'C' on one side and 'K' on another. The relevance of this is still unknown so if you have an idea, then please let The Bunnies know. #26 - Bio waste Well: Go to Montgomery located just above Los Santos and go behind the OTB (Off Track Betting) buildings. Hidden behind it is a closed up Well surrounded by a fence with Biohazard signs on it. Just across the road is the Sprunk factory, meaning that Sprunk is actually using a contaminated water source. This appears to be a dig at Coca-Cola, who was forced to take their bottled water off the shelves recently, due to its potential carcinogenic effects. #27 - R.I.P Opposition 1997-2004: Go to the War Memorial located in the Hippy Districts of San Fierro near Hippy Shopper and enter the War Memorial. Go to the top to see the Gravestone that says 'R.I.P Opposition 1997-2004' in relation to rival gaming companies. #28 - Hippy Shopper: In Los Santos, there is a store that seems to sell some sort of organic produce. It is called The Hippy Shopper, a reference to the real-life shop chain, Happy Shopper. #29 - Rockstar Action Figures: Go inside Zero's RC Shop in San Fierro and have a look at the shelves. They have boxes of Lance Vance, Tommy Vercetti and James Earl Cash (the lead from Rockstar's Manhunt game) action figures. Zero's store also contains boxes for RC versions of the Hydras, NRG 500s and Rhino's. #30 - Cobra Marital Arts: Have a look at the name of the gym in San Fierro and prepare for a double Easter egg blow. Not only does the name 'Cobra' refer to the evil Cobra Club in the Karate Kid films, but it also says Marital Arts rather than Martial Arts. #31 - Shady Industries: In South-Eastern Los Santos, there is a building that reads "Shady Industries". This refers to Eminem as the original of this exact building can be seen in one of his videos. #32 - Valentino Rossi #46: If you look at the racing number on the NRG 500, most of the time it's 46. This is homage to the renowned Moto GP racer Valentino Rossi. #33 - Magnetic Crane: Go to the Easter Basin Docks located in San Fierro and park a car near the magnetic crane and hop into it. Now attach the magnet to the vehicle and then hop out and get into your vehicle again. Have fun! Also, if you export a car out of the docks, it usually has a custom number plate of some sort. One of these being 'EA Sucks', a possible reference to Electronic Arts. #34 - Enterable Liquor Store: In Blueberry there is an enterable liquor store. You can enter from the back alley entrance or through the front door. Mind you, there isn't anything in there to do. #35 - Locals Only Shop: There is a shop in Blueberry with a sign above it stating 'Locals Only!', a reference to the Local Shop for Local People in the BBC comedy, The League Of Gentlemen. However, it could also highlight the inherent racism in the southern 'hick' states of America, with the sign also saying 'Your type is not welcome here. Go away!'. #36 - Avery Construction: On some building sites such as the one in Blueberry there is a blue sign saying "Avery Construction". This is referring to Avery Carrington from Vice City whom was a construction colonist. An image of Avery can be seen in the form of a neon sign on the Old Strip in Las Venturas, spoofing the Marlboro Cowboy in Las Vegas. #37 - Catalina's Ex-boyfriends: Next to the Catalina's cabin on Fern Ridge is a spade weapon pick-up. Next to this are two shallow graves. Evidence of Catalina's shady past? #38 - Rusty Wheelchair: There is a jetty sticking out above Fisher's Lagoon. At the end of this jetty is a rusty wheelchair. The occupant is not to be found; yet this may relate to the empty barrels that have been beached on the shoreline of the lagoon. #39 - Vice City Box Art: There are 5 huge round silos south of San Fierro and just north of Mt. Chiliad. The buildings to the west of them have low-resolution images of the Vice City box art on the building walls. #40 - Nazca symbols: North of the spawn point for the Ghost Cars in the Back O' Beyond, on the side of a cliff face a strange symbol can be seen. Much like the famous Nazca Lines, this symbol looks very old but could only have been created by modern technology. Explanations for this sign are still unknown. #41 - DRIV3R Video Game: In the mission where you need to steal Madd Dogg's rhyme book from his mansion, the mission cut scene has one of Dogg's guards playing a game on a couch and saying how the game character 'Tanner' (the name of the character from the Driver series) runs like his bowels have released and that he sucks ass and that the game producers Refractions (Reflections) made a crappy hyped game. #42 - Northstar Rock: An obvious one but it's there none the less. There is an area of Los Santos, in the North East of the island, which is called North Rock, a reference to Rockstar North, one of the companies that produced the game. #43 - Suicidal Photographer: Enter the Trailer park around the Los Santos Inlet and face east towards Los Santos in the centre of the park and a person should spawn on the side of the road near the water on your right. Go up to them and you will see they are taking snapshots of Los Santos. After a while they will put the camera away and slowly walk into the water and drown themselves. #44 - Candy Suxx Billboard: In another reference to the well-known porn starlet, a large billboard is in Los Santos depicting the starlet in all her glory. #45 - Spike's Crypt: Go to the Los Santos Graveyard where CJ's mom was buried and look in the crypt. You will see a TV, an armchair and some pizza boxes. This is a reference to Spike from Buffy The Vampire Slayer whom had a similar set-up in the show. #46 - Ghost Graffiti: Go to the Los Santos graveyard between 20:00 and 6:00 and look at the walls and you will see several 'ghost tags' on the walls. During the day the tags disappear and are nowhere to be seen. Spooky. Ironically, one of the tags says 'Families 4 Life'. #47 - Los Santos' Tallest Building: For any early starters who wish to indulge in a bit of base-jumping, then head on over to the largest building in Los Santos. Just find the entrance at the bottom of the building and you will be spawned at the top, where a parachute awaits you. #48 - Jefferson Save Icon: Another glitch it appears. In the Jefferson motel, one of the rooms has a skylight in the roof. In this skylight, you can see a save icon drifting halfway through the skylight. Also in this motel, in the mission 'Reuniting the Families' when inside the hotel, follow the hooker into the apartment room. Walk up to her and it will trigger a cut scene where she sees you are hurt and you and her start smooching for a while, in the interim you obtain full health. This can be done several times during certain parts of the mission. #49 - Not Welcome Mat: As you enter Big Smokes Crack Palace towards the end of the game, take a look at his doormat. It features the Rockstar North logo and states 'Not Welcome'. #50 - Colonel Furberger's: This house is the one you enter for the mission 'Home Invasion'. The house is full of military memorabilia, most notably, the large camo-net that hangs from the ceiling in the front room. #51 - Purple Double Ender: Go into the shower room of any of the police stations located around Los Santos to see a long double-ended purple dildo. You can use it as a weapon or give it as a special gift to your girlfriend. #52 - Police Brutality: Go to an Impound Lot such as behind the Police HQ in Los Santos and sometimes you will see 2 police 'interrogating' a pedestrian. This entails the cops beating the living snot out of the pedestrian. This is a reference to the Rodney King beatings, which was one of the key factors leading up to the LA riots. #53 - Self-abuse Statue: If you re-enter the plaza in Los Santos in which you rescue Big Smoke from the Russians, you can have a look at the statues without risking being shot. The central statue is pleasuring himself, whilst the surrounding statues look on in shock. #54 - Jackson 5: If you take a walk over to Reese's Barbershop in Idlewood, LS, have a look at the photographs of models on the wall. Reese's most famous customers perhaps? #55 - Taste Of Come: After crashing through the billboard in the mission 'Reuniting The Families' take a look at what it now says and prepare yourself for even more chuckles. #56 - Vice City Hidden Package: Opposite the Watts towers in Los Santos in Ganton there is a small orange Tiki shop with a huge statue of the cocaine filled Tiki statue, which resembles the Hidden Packages in Vice City. #57 - Lemmings Pole: Much like the Lemmings Egg in Las Venturas there is also a telegraph pole in Los Santos that does this. There is a clucking Bell just north of Grove Street. On the west side of the Clucking Bell's car park is the telegraph pole. The pedestrians spawn halfway in the pole and then fall from the top to their deaths. #58 - Breakable Bridge: There is a section on the bridge above Grove Street that breaks in one of the end missions. This section can be broken before the actual event happens. The section is one of the Eastern sections in the middle of the bridge. #59 - CJ's Mom's House: This is the Johnson family home and family photos can be seen around the living room. The games console plugged into the television can be played, although it is the same as the games played in bars and shops around the game world. Rumours of the ghost of CJ's mother are completely false so anyone waiting for a glimpse of her will be wasting their time. #60 - Dammed Lake: In the Back O' Beyond is a brown lake that has been dammed off from the river. If you get on the nearby quad bike and drive it slightly into the water, rather than seeing the shape of the quad under the water, it is invisible. This happens with any vehicle. Next to this lake is a rock that, along with the surrounding ground, appears to glow at night. Both of these can be counted as glitches but are fun to investigate none the less. #61 - Ghost Glendale: In the Back O' Beyond, by the two horseshoe shaped hills, a scratched up Glendale often spawns right in front of you and starts coasting down the slope as if it was possessed. However, it isn't. It is basically to provide transport for you so you don't have to run if you find yourself in the middle of nowhere. The reason it 'drives' is due to the spawn point being above the hill. When it spawns, it drops and the impact makes it move forward, down the hill. Many rumours are abound as to what made the scratches and dents on the vehicle, as it is impossible to do that damage to a Glendale yourself. Basically, there are two types of Glendale, the normal and the wrecked version. The dents and scratches are there to highlight that the car is damaged, and thus why it is abandoned. This occurs with several other types of car as well, in various locations around San Andreas. #62 - Get Cesar's Savannah: After you finish the 'High Stakes, Low-Rider' Mission in Los Santos (whether or not you failed it), Cesar and his bullet-proof Savannah will remain at the finish line, with the doors locked. Push the car to one of your garages then close the garage door then open it again, the Bullet-proof Savannah is now yours and the doors will now be unlocked ready for you to hop in. #63 - Observatory: There is an observatory on the top of Verdant Bluffs in south Los Santos. This is a real life observatory in Los Angeles where the climax of the film Rebel Without a Cause was filmed. It is also one of the highest points in L.A. and has a view of the famous Hollywood sign. What is also noteworthy is that this is one of the only areas in the game that you can see the following pedestrian models: The Jogging Ped, complete with jogging outfit. And the Cyclist Ped, complete with shorts and helmet. #64 - True Grime: At the Unity Train Station in Los Santos, there is a billboard that shows a bin man dumping rubbish saying 'True Grimes: Street Cleaner'. This refers to the GTA style game True Crime: Streets of LA, which was a load of rubbish. #65 - Jesus Saves: In Los Santos there is wall art of Mary and an angel that says 'Jesus Saves'. If you remember, in GTA2, the buildings where you saved said the exact same thing. #66 - Vice City Maps: Go outside the Cluckin' bell in Angel Pine and directly across the street are 3 lined up trashcans. 2 of them have open tops, knock them over and look inside and you will see a bunch of maps of Vice City. thats all i know for gltiches/easer eggs for GTA San Andreas PS: srry if its so big
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