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The ethics of Travel Bugging...


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So if you own a bug in your area, and you see the bug dropped into a cache that you just don't like for one reason or another...Rarely visited, been reported as muggled too many times, etc. can you/should you/would you go move it to another cache? It would sem to disrupt the "Into the Wild it goes" theory, but at the same time...


Ok, for those doing some research, it won't be hard to figure out which bug I'm "hypothetically" (ahem! Cough cough) referring to. The cache is reported as being on a flood plain and that makes me uneasy. I don't blame the placer - far from it. I myself have placed a TB which in retrospect seems irresponsible, but I think I wod feel better if it just wasn't there....


I dunno....It's Prolly just me...



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I don't know how anyone else feels, but I consider tb's property of their owners. Heck if I grabbed one from a cache and an owner contacted me wanting me to mail it back to them, I would, provided he cover the postage. It's never come up, probably never will, just sayin.

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