Re: Bad Breath?
Mark Arend (arend@CENTURYINTER.NET)
Thu, 18 Sep 1997 11:41:59 -0500
At 01:36 AM 9/18/97 -0400, you wrote:
>Say you have a Scout in your troop whose father wants to be an ASM, and ...
Both parents come to the meeting with a strong alcohol smell on their
breath. They do not exhibit any outward signs of inebreation.
Talk to them and give them the benefit of the doubt, at least at first.
Perhaps they ususally have a drink or two with dinner and don't realize that
the smell lingers. Perhaps all that's needed is to hold off the evening
cocktail until after the meeting or a tooth-brushing after meals..
But you don't want them coming to meetings with alcohol on they're breaths.
Mark W. Arend
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