Pokemon At Auschwitz Analysis

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It’s wrong to play Pokemon at Auschwitz
Is it wrong to play pokemon at Auschwitz? Leonard Pitts writes how there are people in the world that are trying to catch “digital creatures’ in the most sacred places in the work, where the worst of the worst happened. He was shocked to hear that Arlington had to tweet “We do not consider playing ‘Pokémon Go’ to be appropriate decorum on the grounds of ANC.” as if that already isn’t common sense. Pitts states that Pokemon Go, a global sensation game that is synced to the real world and apparently characters pop up when you’re are at the Crematoria at Auschwitz or John F Kennedy's Grave Sight.
As Pitt searches for those people who have the audacity to play this such game at national museums and historical sites, he finds the time a Washington Post reporter that questioned the propriety of doing this at the Holocaust Museum, “Angie,” age 37, responded with the game’s catchphrase: “Gotta catch ’em all.”. People are claiming that they’re trying to live “forever young” but Pitt discloses “that there is a glaring difference between
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11th Memorial and Museum remembers 2,977 people who perished in the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history. Arlington National Cemetery is America’s most hallowed ground, final resting place for men and women who answered their country’s call. Pitt doesn’t like the fact that he needs to tell people who are very capable of knowing this already whether learned it when they were kids or in their teenage year but when you’re twenties and older, nobody should be telling you to not be playing games in places where millions of people died. Just so people can win a game and brag to their friends that they caught a rare pokemon in Auschwitz camp. So in all things to do and not to do, it is a horrible decision to play Pokemon Go in
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