Re: hazing policy taken too far.
Jeff Claggett (jclagget@BELLSOUTH.NET)
Mon, 22 Sep 1997 18:33:52 -0400
On Sat, 20 Sep 1997, Brian Walter wrote:
> At 06:25 PM 9/16/97 -0500, you wrote:
> > ...we had an adult leader demand that we not sing some of the
> >classic summer camp songs such as:
> >-Sing a Song....
> >-Round the Table You must go
> >-Happy Birthday
> >-Ain't no flies on us
> >-If I couldn't be on the ____ Staff
> >She said that these all fell under the BSA's hazing policy ...
> Ok I though that Hazing was making a person feel bad. I don;t know about
> anyone else but Happy Birthday always made me feel good!
But but but but, its embarassing to be singled out like that! :) I have
to agree that on some points the policy has gone to far, but on others it
is dead on. (Now I remember my first time hunting for Prop Wash ... (we
were an AF troop so it was Prop Wash and 50' of Flight Line more than
Then one time we got bored. We found a lefty and brought him back to camp
and stood him next to the fire with a large hand style fan. He was a 'Left
Handed Smoke Shifter' :)
Ahhh the late 80s early 90s :)
Jeff Claggett Willmington Island, GA
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