Re: slight disagreement

From: Mathue Moyer (mmoyer@sdcc10.UCSD.EDU)
Date: 03/28/94

>actually i see a problem in this argument...and maybe i shouldnt get into
> we could be starting a major discussion on a minor point (but ive never
>been known for being reasonable so here goes)
>I see tracking as paying close attention to trails, and paying less to the
>situation around it.  Maybe not, but it seems that yuo have to concentrate more
>on the trail

Welp... as I said... the flip side can easily be argued.  Just to
throw in my last bit of thought on the matter though...
  Tracking, in my opinion, is much more than simply following
footprints.  It involves searching for every possible sign of the
victim's passage through the immediate vicinity.... footprints,
broken branches, hairs/fabric, etc...

Again, though.... this is pretty minor, and I suspect most people
would implement it on an individual basis if they felt strongly
about it either way.  ;)

-Mathue Moyer

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