Probably better than finding a corpse or being robbed.
I’m assuming this game is the reason suddenly there are more people than usual walking around staring at their phones and then stopping dead in their tracks in random spots, so I hope shit like this happens to EVERYBODY.
Did you see that the Holocaust Museum in DC is having to tell people it’s disrespectful to play this game at the museum? WTF, people!! Do not play a game at a museum dedicated to teaching new generations about atrocity!
So did Arlington National Cemetery. Chill, nerds.
“Gotta Catch ‘Em All” takes on a bit of a new meaning in that context
And one of the Pokemon they found was a poison gas cloud. : ( NOT COOL.
There are a few nice stories about this game that warm my heart’s cockles. There’s a dog shelter with some type of a poke-stop that is encouraging people to walk the dogs while they hunt for the monsters. Locally a group of young people made a FB page to have a Pokemon hunting party at Lake Scranton. They walked around the lake together talking and hunting and getting some sunshine and exercise. My own son who previously claimed he was allergic to “the day star” like a vampire has been going outside after work and actually interacting with the neighbors! And yesterday I was in the doctor’s tiny exam room, and when he came in I said “you know this room is filled with Pokemon!” Gave him a laugh.
This is exactly what I needed to hear! I love happy Pokemon stories!
That corpse article gets an A+ for the last line…
“You never know what you might find when you go Pokemon around.”
That guy was really proud of that, I’m sure. He probably told everyone he knows to check out the great joke in his most recent article. His kids are like “ugh, we get it, Dad…”
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