Re: Please Identify yourself
Walter Gould (w4crypto@IX.NETCOM.COM)
Wed, 5 Jul 1995 12:22:49 -0700
>As the list grows, many subscribers are using internet services which
>not provide identification of the sender. When most of the
>on educational nodes, we had some idea of where the sender was
>aol.com doesn't give a clue. A two (or three line MAXIMUM) signature
>that tells us who and where you are would be appreciated. Long
>signatures are neither appropriate nor appreciated.
>jim Sleezer Stillwater,
> Roundtable Commissioner, Pawnee Bill District, Will Rogers Council
> JHS8 at osuvm1.bitnet JHS8 at vm1.ucc.okstate.edu
>oys really like the hat.
>They are investigating synthetic material uniforms to get more rugged
>outdoor appropriate clothing as official uniform. Including looking
>pant with zip off legs to function as shorts and pants. (Similar to
>available from Columbia and Cabellas)
> Basically our Troop policy is "Class A" while in transit,
> to and from, individuality abounds during the activity.
> Hats seem to be a major form of individuality, etc. What I
> would like in a hat is an under-brim of green or black to
> lessen reflection, wide brim for sun blocking (some brands
> have a roll down neck protector), ventilation, strap, and
> Gore-tex. Given the size of the Scout market (even allowing
> adequate markup) I can't see the projected pricing -
> comparable hatting is more than competetive.
> Our adjustable Class A standard allows for use of surplus
> German/British/ or E. European military OD wool long pants
> while winter camping. If you can find the sizing, they're
> bargain priced @ $12 - $18.
> Zip-off legs can provide an advantage with temperature
> swings, or moving from open country into (through) brush
> but they're whimsically designed for the Banana Republic
> I'd like to see shorts of a fast-drying material with a
> built in support. This would eliminate carrying underwear
> on treks.
Sorry if my service did not identify me:
District Commissioner, Orange Frontier District
Orange County Council BSA (CA)
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City