I don't understand. The founder of the excellent game geocaching is now critizising it!
Humans have tramped in the forests ever since we "were apes" - haven't we? What however can damage the environment is the car trip there, so of course it is recommended to take a bike if one has that possibility.
Still, the world is (should be) a free place, and it is of course up to you what to say and think about the game.
//Best Rgds. Tobias
>From: Dave Ulmer >Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org >To: email@example.com >Subject: [gpsstash] My First Negative Interview ! >Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2001 12:16:16 -0700 > >Well ya'll drove me to it... > >After some 25 positive interviews on the subject of geocaching, I have >finally turned negative. > >Interviewed by the New Jersey Star Register newspaper I voiced my true >concerns about geocaching and the environmental damage that it can >create. I told about all the censorship on geocaching.com. I went on to >promote my adgenda of providing Approach Codes to geocachers so they >know what direction to approach a cache so that the land doesn't get >trampled. I wonder what all they will say... > >It should be published this Sunday, you can get to it from www.nj.com >and I will post a direct link when I get it. > >Cheers,, > >Dave...
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