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Joined: Dec. 2001
||Posted: Mar. 11 2006,7:10 am
|Quote (willymagoo @ Mar. 10 2006,8:48 pm)|
|It is quite amazing that one can call locationless caches stupid, while promoting the use of billions of dollars of technology to find a tupperware container in the woods!|
I choose to not support NASCAR, but for me to claim it is stupid, while I roll a ball down a wood slab to knock over 10 items that look like milk bottles, its just not right.
While I agree 'stupid' may not be the term I would have chosen, I will say they are not my preferred type of cache. But then I also prefer ammo cans over Tupperware
To me geocaching should involve a) folks finding an object that one has intentioanlly placed in a particular area or b) in the case of virtuals, finding a particular area/place/historic object they may have otherwise never seen had it not been for the search. I guess that's one of the great things about geocaching though, is that there is a different twist to appeal to almost anyone.
Thats why soda comes in different flavors.
That's pop for those of you in Upstate New York that don't know what 'soda' is
Why should this site house our pictures of paperclips and dirt roads? There are sites that can do that. Just allow us a way to link to the pics.
While there is a limit to the number of images you can load to the server in the cache description, you can link to external images.
And as I have said in another post, there are many handicapped that can use the mental stimulation even if they can use the high cost technology to find a tupperware container full of oriental swag.
Agreed, geocaching can be not only be fun, but 'theraputic' in ways.
I'll take a coke please, what will you have?
Not bif on soda these days, but I'll have a lemon water please