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  1. Enough already. This act has become old.


    Is this where the Lynch Mob roles in? If you don't have a more productive comment then don't apply. You are right though, the act is becoming old. The cache's in question happened on March 4. JFYI.....



  2. Since TPTB will not respond to my email, and the situation is bothering me,

    I decided to bring this matter up in the forums. I sent a letter to a certain admin that I felt was appropriate. The response to the letter came with quite a shock. I never would have imagined how disrespectful a moderator could be. I thought bygones were bygones but apparently this certain moderator holds grudge.

    After Bons summed up the last drama episode, I thought it was over. I was even asked by this certain mod if I would be interested in the YJTB and he told me he wasn't a bad person. To make a long story short here is my letter and the response to it.



    I thought last night Electric Mouse was the new approver for Co. I was hoping he would just approve the new cache, then I was going to edit it. I understand the guidelines and rules and I am in know way of disagreeing with them. I would love for the original Runyon cache to be unarchived, but I didn't want to beat a dead horse. The Runyon cache is an excellent cache and I would maintenance the cache regally if you were to hook me up. The poem and everything about the cache goes with that spot. Do you know what I mean? And what cache is 46 feet away? I would rather negotiate a compromise, then to argue and complain with you. Could I also get some info on that yjtb situation? I have been checking the mail for about a week now.




    You know what cache is 46 feet away. you have argued about it in the forums before. Its the puzzle cache that is being worked on and is disabled. What you tried to do was slip one past the new guy. Didn't work. Nice try, but it didnt work.

    YJTBs will go in the mail this week. everything has been delayed 1 week.

    Want to make my live easy? instead of talking a good game and expecting everyone to forget REAL FAST, just go about your business and behave and stop drawing attention to your self telling me how great you would be maintaining a cache or what a GREAT approver you would be and just cache. THAT would impress me. All this talk doesnt


    Why do I need to impress anybody and I think a certain mod owes me an apology.


    Am I in the wrong here too?

  3. About a month and a half ago, I purchased a few travel bugs. I gave a few tb's away and put a copy of the tb that I did keep, on the collar of my dog Jake. I didn't think nothing of it and even made a joke at Sax man's campout a couple weeks ago. I said I that I was going to make my dog into a traveling Travel Bug. Every time you seen Jake at a cache event, you would be able to log him in. LOL So the point is that Jake has been wearing this tag around his neck for a while. When I was in my room last night, Jake managed to get the tb tag stuck in between the boards on our deck. The dog let the tag slip through the 1/4 inch gap, then get twisted. Jake was choking until one of the kids heard him making unusual noises, then ran outside and freed him. Jake is ok accept his eyes are still a little red. I am not sure how long Jake was actually stuck for, but thank god one of the kids heard him. Our family has already lost one Geocaching dog and don't need to lose another because of a freak accident.


    Has anyone else ever had a freak accident happen like this?



  4. Today's cache was approved by Electric Mouse


    Very interesting, and good luck with your new volunteering job. I just hope you guys just don't forget about little ole Upinyachit. You know I would be a great approver for my side of the state. :D



  5. Could it be possible to have a passion for something so much that it could cause a divorce? LOL My wife is getting sick and tired of hearing me talk, sleep, dream and breath geocaching. So before my wife takes the gps from me, :lol: I am going to take the family to the reservoir and have a corona. Spending time with my family will get me right out of the dog house that I am in. (Even though in the back of my mind I know there is a new cache placed there. :lol: ) So on that note, I better get out of these forums. :lol:


    I wonder how many other people get in to trouble with there spouses because of Geocaching?



  6. Please don't take offence,but if you were working for me I would fire you!I submitted a cache Sunday evening,it's now wednesday ,we'll almost thursday and you still have not even looked at it!I can do a better ,quicker job than you easily!!!!This is pathetic!!!I love and support this sport,perhaps you do not!!!




    How dare you talk about my CO ADMIN like that. :lol: You know, you get more from sugar then you get from vinegar.



  7. Team GPSaxophone Posted on Jun 8 2004, 03:40 PM

      QUOTE (upinyachit @ Jun 8 2004, 05:31 PM)

    From posting big dorito girls... 


    Um...can you repost that Doritos Girl pic? I think I missed it the first time around 


    Did you ever see prickly pete? That was the best......LOLOLOLOLOL



  8. CO Admin Posted on Jun 8 2004, 11:10 AM

      QUOTE (Earthdog Patrick @ Jun 8 2004, 10:58 AM)

    In an email from my area geo-group, some one said the forums were the "worst hive of geocaching scum"--I don't know why they said that...Is it true? 


    Well considering that some of the smartest people I know come here, No

    Considering that some of the "bad boys" are really quite clever, No

    Considering the some very good ideas have come from these same troublemakers, No.


    Besides, any group that can not withstand examination from its peers is doomed to fail. While not everyone agrees with everything it is still the best game going.


    So I would say that a statement like that is totally wrong. Besides there are very few people here that I would not welcome into my house. Some of the ones I have disagreed with the most would make great dinner guest. These are basically good people with a passion for something. Id rather have to reign them in at times then try to motivate them to act.



    I do have a passion for this game that goes far and beyond the average Joe. As far as me being a Bad Boy? It was only in the FORUMS.

    My family and I always obey all guidelines as to trading fair and placing caches.

    I just got caught up in the mix as to how I became a geocacher. I don't want to go into details but most members know I knew all about the other site before this one. Anyway, because of that situation I have personally been involved in a lot of chaos regarding the guidelines and rules for this site. I know I heard a lot of slack for placing Upinyachit's Vacation Cache. I also had some chaos about the 500 feet rule. I know there is still some controversy about my hidden caches in N.Y. that I archived in a disgruntled moment. I have always caused chaos in the forums. From posting big dorito girls, and losing my temper with CO Admin., I can admit to being a bad boy, but I can honestly say I that I am an asset to GEOCACHING.COM. And If Co admin did ever offer me dinner at his house, like I just offered him lunch at the Do Drop Inn, I would take him up on it. I have nothing to hide and feel in my heart and soul that I am great for the sport.



  9. I am new to this. I do not have any equipt. I am on crutches for a while & am looking to keep my mind busy. How can I get involved without a GPS guide?


    If you happen to find a cache without a gps, you could get hooked for life. That is what happened to Upinyachit. Our first couple of caches we found by just using the little orange dot.



  10. Team GPSaxophone Posted on Jun 2 2004, 06:15 AM

      QUOTE (bons @ Jun 2 2004, 12:31 AM)

    I'll give you a spare 20% just because I've met you and found out how nice of a guy you really are.


    Now all we need to do is find a moderator who can move warning amounts around. 


    If CO Admin had shown up to the event, he could have seen what a great guy Duane really is.


    I still would have gotten the popcorn out 


    mtn-man Posted on Jun 2 2004, 07:20 AM

      (bons @ Jun 2 2004, 02:31 AM)

    I'll give you a spare 20% just because I've met you and found out how nice of a guy you really are.


    Now all we need to do is find a moderator who can move warning amounts around. 


    It is the finding one that is willing to do it that is the tough part. There are good reasons why those warnings are there. 


    My last warning was over 2 months ago. I am so proud of myself. <_< Following the sites guidelines and having a a positive attitude makes me feel a whole lot better. It's much easier this way. :)





  11. Nope, the other people who don't follow the guidelines are experiencing the same blues.


    I just think it's alot easier to follow this sites guidelines and be a productive geocaching member, rather then try to beat the system. :rolleyes: I found a couple of caches this weekend and hid a hydro (island cache). I followed the guidelines and my new cache was listed in less then twenty four hours. (Thanks CO ADMIN)


    I would just like every member to do their part as a geocacher so the sport lasts forever. Always CITO and stay off of private property. Don't do too much bush wacking and protect the land the best way you can. If every geocacher follows the guidelines, we shouldn't have anything to worry about. Even in five or twenty five more years.


    How's that for a nice productive post? :P



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