Re: Pack Description
Paul Russell (PRUSSELL@IUBVM.BITNET)
Sat, 30 May 1992 14:10:32 EST
Re: Upside down Cub Scouts. (Watch me try to withdraw my foot from my
mouth.) Yes, I know I said that it shouldn't be done, but I guess I
should've said that it shouldn't be done WITHOUT THE BOY'S PERMISSION.
We used to turn'em upside down in our pack, too, and I'm not sure why
we stopped. As for being careful not to drop anyone, we always used
two (count'em: 1 2) muscular Dad's to do the upside down turning. One
stood on each side of the boy, and both held him. If (like me) you're
a real computer geek, you'll probably recognize the "hardware redundancy"
designed to prevent disasters due to single-point failure. 8-) Well,
did I get it out, or am I still mumbling around my toes? YiS, pdr
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City