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Coming Out Of The Closet


Reviewer Niatpac Nagrom
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So now have you started a trend where cachers will come out of the closets?

I have a nipple piercing. :unsure:

 

Hmmm.. The same day we get a snailmail from you with a big heart inside... Scary

He must be in love with you! :bad:

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He must be in love with you! :unsure:

Well, I wonder what my wife thinks about that? She opened the mail and called me and told me about the cool heart (it's really VERY COOL!).. She didn't seem to be upset about me receiving a red heart from a Finn...

 

Divine, if you ever will come to Göteborg - you must grab the "Devil" travelbug that only are in Göteborg caches.. On a tag on the bug are the correct coordinates to Hell... :bad:

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Well, I think it's time to step out...  :bad:

 

From now on the Finns can write to me in finnish, but I wish you others use english, although I do understand swedish pretty well, and also some danish and norwegian.

 

Cheers, Tahu Nuva alias Captain_Morgan&Family

I was pretty sure that you were a Finn since most of your messages were written in English and just few of them in Swedish and those few were quite short notes.

 

Now I understand why Tahu has pinned so many Captains messages and why they are so close :unsure:

 

From now on I will write to you in Norwegian, try to manage with that, I have some Norwegian friends who are willing to help me with that :(

 

kalman

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Hmmm, my only question... Would you like to tell your friends that you are an adult that have lived inside a closet since january playing with LEGO toys?

 

The normal adult reaction is to call the guys in an ambulance, you know, the ones with "I-wanna-hug-myself"-longsleeve shirts in bright white color. :huh:

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We have a big closet at Mata Nui.  :lol:

 

Who knows, there might be more than you think in it.

 

Regards

Lewa Nuva  :lol:

:lol:Helping 'Lewa Nuwa' out of the closet ... :laughing:

 

According to incoming mails it seems to me that it's the Danish geocacher 'DK-Kronborg' who hides behind the alias 'Lewa Nuva' ... or maybe they just share a son named Daniel and a computer ... ??? :lol:

 

FYI: Some redundant information has been omitted:

 

-----Oprindelig meddelelse-----

Fra: noreply@geocaching.com [mailto:noreply@geocaching.com]

Sendt: 12. september 2004 10:44

Til: ArktiS

Emne: [LOG] Watchlist: DK-Kronborg found I got the power (Traditional Cache)

 

Location: Denmark

DK-Kronborg found I got the power (Traditional Cache) at 9/12/2004

 

Log Date: 9/12/2004

First Finder @ 9.55

During morning coffee, the new cache arived.

I convinced Daniel that we had to leave right away.

I took my thermocup and Daniel, and then of we went. Had to be quick to beat Crumlin.

 

Drove right up to the cache.

No problem locating the cache, but dadgum i do not like sticky bushes.

 

Out: Picture-frame + FFC (A nice one)

In: Knights + Car

 

-----Oprindelig meddelelse-----

Fra: noreply@geocaching.com [mailto:noreply@geocaching.com]

Sendt: 12. september 2004 10:32

Til: ArktiS

Emne: [LOG] Watchlist: Lewa Nuva found I got the power (Traditional Cache)

 

Location: Denmark

Lewa Nuva found I got the power (Traditional Cache) at 9/12/2004

 

Log Date: 9/12/2004

First Finder @ 9.55

 

During morning coffee, the new cache arived.

I convinced Daniel that we had to leave right away.

I took my thermocup and Daniel, and then of we went. Had to be quick to beat Crumlin.

 

Drove right up to the cache.

No problem locating the cache, but dadgum i do not like sticky bushes.

 

Out: Picture-frame + FFC (A nice one)

In: Knights + Car

 

-----Oprindelig meddelelse-----

Fra: noreply@geocaching.com [mailto:noreply@geocaching.com]

Sendt: 5. september 2004 16:45

Til: ArktiS

Emne: [LOG] Watchlist: DK-Kronborg posted a note for Kong Svend (Traditional Cache)

 

Location: Denmark

DK-Kronborg posted a note for Kong Svend (Traditional Cache) at 9/5/2004

 

Log Date: 9/5/2004

I will check the cache next week.

 

Maybe this was the last chance to log this cache.

It seems like geomugglers keep messing this cache up.

 

-----Oprindelig meddelelse-----

Fra: noreply@geocaching.com [mailto:noreply@geocaching.com]

Sendt: 5. september 2004 16:38

Til: ArktiS

Emne: [LOG] Watchlist: Lewa Nuva posted a note for Kong Svend (Traditional Cache)

 

Location: Denmark

Lewa Nuva posted a note for Kong Svend (Traditional Cache) at 9/5/2004

 

Log Date: 9/5/2004

I will check the cache next week.

 

Maybe this was the last chance to log this cache.

It seems like geomugglers keep messing this cache up.

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:lol: Well it seems like im not able to hide behind my Lewa Nuva identity.

 

My stupidity seems to forget to log out and in as the right user. :laughing:

 

So i might just say it loud.

 

Lewa Nuva is DK-Kronborg and DK-Kronborg is Lewa Nuva. :lol:

 

I had hoped to stay under cover :lol: for quite a while, but who do i have to blame :lol:

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But what comes to Mesu's comment about a-Qaida, I think it was a bad comparison.

 

In Nordic or Baltic countries we don't have any big argues between geocachers - fortunately, but in some parts of the world there is really big wars going on, and I do understand more than better that reviewers in those areas wish to stay anonymous.

 

Now, when I've been out of the closet about 6 months or so, I can see still one benefit of being anonymous here in Finland. As you know, this is volunteer job, a hobby, not a work. So, we are reviewing caches when we have time for it, but usually within the promised 72 hours limit. But obviously some peoples have not given any thought to that and they expect that we review caches almost immediately after they have submitted a new cache to geocaching.com. I must say that I'm not too happy to receive phone calls like "Hey, I submitted a new cache two minutes ago, can you review it now?" Fortunately those calls are still rare...

 

Regards, Olli

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But what comes to Mesu's comment about a-Qaida, I think it was a bad comparison.

 

In Nordic or Baltic countries we don't have any big argues between geocachers - fortunately, but in some parts of the world there is really big wars going on, and I do understand more than better that reviewers in those areas wish to stay anonymous.

 

Now, when I've been out of the closet about 6 months or so, I can see still one benefit of being anonymous here in Finland. As you know, this is volunteer job, a hobby, not a work. So, we are reviewing caches when we have time for it, but usually within the promised 72 hours limit. But obviously some peoples have not given any thought to that and they expect that we review caches almost immediately after they have submitted a new cache to geocaching.com. I must say that I'm not too happy to receive phone calls like "Hey, I submitted a new cache two minutes ago, can you review it now?" Fortunately those calls are still rare...

 

Regards, Olli

(I haven't call Tahu...)

 

But why do you publish your phonenumber in that case on geocaching.com? :blink:

 

As I said earlier, I do understand reviewers who choose to stay "under-cover"... Also it makes it a little bit more funny, we need to try to figure out - who the heck is he/she?

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