Ohio farms wrote:Take a deep breath Kellory. It's Christmas.
And a Merry Christmas to you as well. It angers me, because I have asked openly several times if this is something the site is responsible for, and I have heard absolutely nothing in response. So I have to figure it out by the evidence. And as I spend time and money (literally) figuring it out by myself, I'm being ripped off, and I don't like it.
There are several members here today, because i got them interested in this site. I like it here, but there seems to be no one at the helm much of the time.i would like to think that helping new hunters learn, and spreading tips between hunters, doing write-ups on gear, and correcting errors, would have a bit higher priority to a hunting COMPANY than that. If we are to pass on the knowledge, and practices that make hunting what it is now, and what it was before, then would that not have some value for all hunters? Or are we here just to pat each other on the back and look at each other's pics? I think what we do here, is kind of important to the sport as a whole, and I make time to show up when I can, and help where I can. Even if that just means spotting and reporting spam, or helping with someone else's tracking issues.
It was even suggested to me, that I should take up the mantle of the Ohio Stump-Sitter, since our's has not posted in more than a year. (can you even name him?) I felt I might be a bit too volatile for the position, and suggested You might fill that role, Ohio Farms. as a calmer person.
Either way, this site needs some upkeep, and some leadership.
And if the site I care about, can leave me hanging in the breeze like this, for a marketing gimmick, then I have reason to be angry.
The only real difference between a good tracker and a bad tracker is observation. All the same data is present for both. The rest is understanding what you are seeing.