Donald Scruggs (DScruggs@CRIS.COM)
Wed, 22 Jul 1998 21:04:09 -0400
John Tudor wrote:
> I thing that if it is done with the intent of making the scout pay more
> attention to keeping up with his own belongings, there is nothing wrong,
Why would singing encourage the scout to pay more attention to keeping
with his belongings? If he enjoys singing in front of the group then he
might choose to lose things more often. Only if the scout was
by the singing could this be considered to have the desired effect. If
is embarrassed by the singing...
I'll let you draw your own conclusions.
> but if the intent is to embarrass the scout, then it could be hazing.
Yes, it surely could.
> My .02 worth..
> John Tudor
> I used ta be a "Bad News Bear".....I can hardly "Bear" it!!!
Yours In Scouting,
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National Capital Area Council
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