Fw: Scout, drink,drugs,women
Lawrence E. Faust (lfaust@ATLANTIC.NET)
Tue, 29 Apr 1997 15:01:43 -0400
> From: Lawrence E. Faust <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: LINDA K CLOSSEN <ZXRA59A@PRODIGY.COM>
> Subject: Re: Scout, drink,drugs,women
> Date: Tuesday, April 29, 1997 2:57 PM
> Ho, Linda--
> > Has no inclination to advance in rank. Out of 4 meetings a month, he
> > 2. He generally does not participate in fund raisers. Has become rude
> > obnoxious
> > He lead a group of new Scouts last summer to carve the troop numbers and
> > their initials in the latrine walls (many, many times).
> > 8 months later, his (and the other boys also) duty to the camp is not
> > He decided not to use the latrine to releaved himself but instead,
> > walls each time he was in need.
> > Last week, he was bragging to the other members of the troop that he
> > was going to a pot party on the corner by his house with some girl
> > friends
> > He was smoking, drinking, disappearing for long periods of time with the
> > girls down the street and coming home drunk. He had been suspended
> > from school several times
> > God only knows what he has done on our outings that I don't know about.
> > He is setting a bad example for all of our Scouts.
> My $0.02: Show this young man and his parents the door tonight. Take a
> line. Wish him luck in life & tell him not to call you for bail money.
> Your long-suffering troop, it's leadership, and Scouting in general,
> doesn't need his kind. In fact, if the situation's as bad as you describe,
> your probably doing the other boys (and the Troop's reputation in the
> District/Council) a disservice by hanging onto the hope that this boy will
> listen or even gives a rat's ass about Scouting or it's lessons.
> OK. $0.04.
> Scouting is a way of life,
> Larry ;-)
> Cub Scout Pack 303
> Gulf Ridge Council
> (visit us at http://rio.atlantic.net/~lfaust/pack303/index.html)
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