Pokemon Go, the augmented-reality mobile game, is the world's latest obsession. It's been lauded for making people get up off their couches, explore the world around them and meet new people. It's also ruffled a few feathers, as the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Auschwitz Memorial in Poland have been inundated with Pokemon players. But it's not just bad for museums and sacred sites. It's also becoming a nuisance for everyday people who don't play the game, and they're starting to rise up.