Re: Looking for list of stores who n
John Pannell (PANNELLJ@DELPHI.COM)
Fri, 30 Sep 1994 06:33:40 -0400
Randy Finder writes, in response to a previous post on this topic:
>I agree with your logic, but I think that is slightly different
>than the question as asked. There are three categories extablished
>(presumably) by the question.
>a) Stores that have never supported scouting
>b) Stores that support scouting
>c) stores that no longer support scouting.
>The question is why should a & c be treated any differently.
The logic would go something like this:
a) Has been genuine in its indifference/inability to support Scouting.
b) Supports Scouting and continues to do so
c) Used to support Scouting but stopped, presumably for some politically or
philosophically oriented reason that some might disagree with. This action
may have been in response to a threatened boycott from some who disagree
with Scouting's position on whatever their cause celebre might be.
If one is in opposition to the reason that c) ceased its support of
Scouting, the preferred course of action presumably would be to support b)
then a) and avoid c).
This is not always true, or logical, but that's how such a line of reasoning
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City