1. Is the CD a video game? 2. Is the CD visible when in Street View on Google Earth or Google Maps? 3. To clarify a question from earlier, is the CD accessible to the public 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year? 4. Is the CD located outdoors?
First time question poser, so I thought today of all days would be the best time to ask, you've already said that the token can be found in an area that is accessible to the public and doesn't require an entry fee, but is the area open to the public at all times of the day?
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This question mentions not requiring an entry fee. I can’t find anything in the interviews or on the websites that confirms this. Can someone point me to it or confirm if that is true?
If it is not true, does it change your thinking in how Pete responded to the way this particular question was worded?
I see your point, but what if that was something he had never disclosed and didn’t want to disclose? Hypothetically, what if there was an entry fee and the place was open to the public daily during normal business hours. Would you say him answering yes to the question would still be true? Would it be accessible “all day” if open from say 9am-8pm?
Pete confirmed there is no admission fee on 27th Jan 2017 on the Cats forum page. I too still wonder about whether "area is available at all times of the day" means 24 hours a day or if there is some restriction. If I had to guess I would assume Pete means 24 hours a day which rules out parks / churchyards which are closed overnight. But until he confirms it for sure I'm keeping my options open.