One reason not to follow the arrow... ahem! ;)

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One reason not to follow the arrow... ahem! ;)

Post by Team Tiges » 21 April 06 11:03 am

Okay so it's loosely related to Geocaching, in that the main witness was a cacher. But we might all be thankful that the scary stuff we've seen out on the trail (odd people, other cachers, snakes... ahem etc.) isn't quite as scary and strange as what this cacher got. Check it out:
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http://thechronicleherald.ca/Metro/498018.html
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What would you write in the log? "Thanks for the cache, easy find except for the guy who exposed himself to me. Took - carabiner. Left - Innocence. Lost - Lunch."
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L8r.

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Post by zactyl » 21 April 06 11:34 am

Poor Mike Beiswanger :lol:

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Post by Biggles Bear » 21 April 06 6:25 pm

The Chronicle Herald wrote:The alleged victim, ..............
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Mr. Beiswanger said he chased the man to his car,...........
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He obviously didn't get a good enough look the first time :shock:

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Post by orac7000 » 22 April 06 10:11 am

Biggles Bear wrote:
The Chronicle Herald wrote:The alleged victim, ..............
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Mr. Beiswanger said he chased the man to his car,...........
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He obviously didn't get a good enough look the first time :shock:
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Movable micro? :oops:

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