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Originally posted by White Rabbit:

I'd consider this one an "R-rated" or adult cache. This is one you may not want to run into fellow Geocachers at...I don't think we're going to do this one.


I read the cache description and wondered myself about this one...then while reading the logs, I decided it's fairly tame.

 

Check the log from DarkSide on December 6, 2001...the picture "Swinger's hangout." Perhaps we "judge" too soon!

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That's my story and I'm sticking to it. icon_smile.gif

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quote:
Originally posted by White Rabbit:

I'd consider this one an "R-rated" or adult cache. This is one you may not want to run into fellow Geocachers at...I don't think we're going to do this one.


I read the cache description and wondered myself about this one...then while reading the logs, I decided it's fairly tame.

 

Check the log from DarkSide on December 6, 2001...the picture "Swinger's hangout." Perhaps we "judge" too soon!

icon_biggrin.gif

 

That's my story and I'm sticking to it. icon_smile.gif

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There have been discussions about this topic before, and I think it was the general opinion that GeoHunting, at least from this web site, was a family oriented activity.

 

I would define an adult cache as any cache where the content was inappropriate for children (not necessarily just pronographic).

 

If I came across such a cache, I think I would first ask the owner to remove it. If that failed I would ask geocaching.com to remove the posting of the cache. I think that is about as far as it would have to go, but if that failed, I'd remove the cache myself ... icon_eek.gif !!!

 

I know, this is a big NO NO, but in my opinion so is placing an adult cache.

 

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There have been discussions about this topic before, and I think it was the general opinion that GeoHunting, at least from this web site, was a family oriented activity.

 

I would define an adult cache as any cache where the content was inappropriate for children (not necessarily just pronographic).

 

If I came across such a cache, I think I would first ask the owner to remove it. If that failed I would ask geocaching.com to remove the posting of the cache. I think that is about as far as it would have to go, but if that failed, I'd remove the cache myself ... icon_eek.gif !!!

 

I know, this is a big NO NO, but in my opinion so is placing an adult cache.

 

WJJagFan

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