ralph romig (rwromig@PPCO.COM)
Thu, 10 Aug 1995 09:22:22 -0500
>As I look back through my many year collection of Boy's Life, it occurs
>to me that Pedro used to be the "spokesdonkey" for the BSA in that he would
>answer Scout's questions like "Hey Pedro, I heard that they were changing
>the requirements for such-and-such, what's the scoop?" Over the past few
>years he's become an alternative table-of-contents for the magazine like
>"I'd like to see an article about green men on Mars" and he says "Yup, it's
>on page 33".
I was reading my son's issue of BL and noticed the same. If there were only
one of those it would be cute. But the who section was full of those.
There was only one comment that seemed to be on policy or news for boys.
The whole section seemed to be self-promotion for BL. It looked like they
were going a little overboard in trying to show that they respond to
suggestions for articles.
>Is there any chance under the new split Boy's Life that maybe he could go back
>to being the "spokesdonkey" ans start talking about Scouting issues again?
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