This Wednesday, July 13, 2016, photo, shows "Pokemon Go" on a smartphone in front of a church, in San Francisco. As players of the addictive smartphone game “Pokemon Go†traipse around real-world landmarks in pursuit of digital monsters, some ticked-off property owners are asking to have their positions in the game removed. The list includes the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, Arlington National Cemetery and several ordinary churches and cemeteries.
This Wednesday, July 13, 2016, photo, shows "Pokemon Go" on a smartphone in front of a church, in San Francisco. As players of the addictive smartphone game “Pokemon Go†traipse around real-world landmarks in pursuit of digital monsters, some ticked-off property owners are asking to have their positions in the game removed. The list includes the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, Arlington National Cemetery and several ordinary churches and cemeteries. David Hamilton AP
This Wednesday, July 13, 2016, photo, shows "Pokemon Go" on a smartphone in front of a church, in San Francisco. As players of the addictive smartphone game “Pokemon Go†traipse around real-world landmarks in pursuit of digital monsters, some ticked-off property owners are asking to have their positions in the game removed. The list includes the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, Arlington National Cemetery and several ordinary churches and cemeteries. David Hamilton AP

Property owners: Get off my lawn, Pokemon!

July 14, 2016 06:32 PM

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