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Re: Localism - How to keep people out of your kite spot

Postby Pokitren » Mon May 23, 2022 7:42 am

DefyInertia wrote:
Wed May 18, 2022 7:14 pm
I think people are making out the issue and the OP to be something it isn’t.

Just approach these other kiters without aggression and share the details of the situation. Maybe get their view first and see where they are coming from and then tailor your spiel appropriately. There is mutual interest here.

I don’t think the OP feels entitled to the spot. Just because he wants to avoid the whole thing going to shit does not mean he feels he has superior rights to the spot.

Rabid localism is lame. Always. On the other hand, expecting people to think about how their presence is felt and act in a way that does not ruin a spot unnecessarily is completely legit. Fine line between the two but one is selfish entitlement and the other is just normal social behavior for the greatest good.
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