Oh, man, Dan! Please don't let their crappy behavior spoil the sport
for you! This is OUR sport, not theirs - they just run a website. I
have always enjoyed the caches you've placed (Britannia Manor is
still one of my favorites), and I personally would hate to lose your
contributions to the caching community here in Austin.
Plus, your Halloweed multicache sounds like so much fun...
Anything I can do to persuade you to come back? I'd be happy to post
your caches under my name (and then switch to yours), to send emails
on your behalf, whatever.
They can't push around us Austinites!
--- In CentralTexasGeocachers@y..., "Daniel McGauley" <hawkeye@c...>
> Thanks for all the emails and support guys. I lost my battle with
> Jeremy, the 'owner' of geocaching.com, so that's it for me as far as
> charter memberships go. I'm not going to support them one dollar
> and if this sport eventually dies, it's their fault.
> For now, I just took advantage of their crappy database design and
> copied over my Texas Movie Cache #3 (the Top Notch Burger cache
> kinda hard anyway since there were tons of movies shot there) with
> new Movie Exchange cache.
> I had a giant multi-Halloween cache set for release with a bunch of
> surprises, but that's it for me. I'm not hiding any more. I've
> far too much of my time fighting with those bastards that I'm done
> hiding these. I still can't believe how many fights I've had over
> something so simple and silly. Oh well.