From:
"navicacher" <navicach@rochester.rr.com>
Sent: 3/12/2002 1:13:31 PM
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Re: All the latest nonsense


--- In gpsstash@y..., "Daniel Frye" wrote:
> You know, I got into geocaching pretty early. I was almost
obsessed with it
> for about six or seven months. I subscribed to all the lists and
I checked
> the website almost every day. Then, as more people got involved,
the lists
> started getting clogged with people who had nothing better to do
than
> complain about things. The website's not good enough! So-and-so
isn't
> doing things the right way! Very little of the discussions were
about the
> sport anymore, but were about other petty issues.
>
> And that is when I began to lose interest. It wasn't very fun
anymore as I
> had to wade through all the crap to get to the occasional bit of
useful
> info. And it kept degrading.
>
> Well, thanks to all you on this list who are partaking in this
latest
> "discussion", I have finally had enough. I am leaving the sport
for good
> and will be pulling my remaining stashes from their hiding spots.
>
> Thanks for ruining what used to be a very fun and exciting sport.
I hope
> you continue to enjoy your complaining.
>
> Dan



There is a reason why they call these things "News Groups" and I am
sure it wasn't completely to sit around talking about how the rerun
of the "simpsons" turned out. The people that don't want to hear
opinions and thoughts of others that could be important to the sport
of Geocaching could be the ones that get burned in the ned for that
reason alone. I find that people just want to have fun and not worry
about problems that face the things we do. I don't think turning
your back on such things is the right stance. You don't have to
believe or agree with my opinions but at least listen to them and
then voice your own.
>
>
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