To call “Pokemon Go” popular would be a severe understatement.
But just because a rare and magical Growlithe has appeared near you, doesn’t mean you should pursue it ― particularly when pursuing it requires you to turn off the rational part of your brain.
Here are seven examples of people who didn’t listen to their voice of reason. Please learn from their mistakes:
We do not consider playing "Pokemon Go" to be appropriate decorum on the grounds of ANC. We ask all visitors to refrain from such activity.— Arlington Cemetery (@ArlingtonNatl) July 12, 2016
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