Interesting to get the full read. My take:
Originally Posted by Haffy6
I don't know O'Gara, but it seems to me that whether he was joking or not he made a big mistake . . . when you're being interviewed everything you say should be clear and concise -- this is not a time to use humor unless it is an obvious bit of humor and not dry wit. I don't know whether one article and one man spells the end of geo-caching as we know it as some folks at GC.com's BBS seem to indicate, but it sure doesn't paint some folks in a good light. The fella comes across as a Type A personality in a big way where it truly is all about the numbers for him.
Another point . . . the article mentions folks being held at gunpoint while looking for a cache near an apparently-active railway and another guy rooting around an elementary school gate . . . I thought active railways and schools were prohibited under the GC.com rules (unless of course these were grandfathered.)
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