Rich Bishopp (rbishopp@EZNET.NET)
Fri, 24 Jul 1998 19:44:18 -0400
Thank you for the proof that the leaders are an absolute need. I did not
know that the Hitler youth also had an award they called Eagle. Perhaps you
need to reread the Scout Laws? Just a Guess.
Oh BTW Have a nice day. Well at least try.
At 01:45 AM 7/24/98 -0700, paccerelli wrote:
> i think as an eagle scout with one plam and 39 mbs hazing is very good
>for team buliding it makes the boys feel like a team a unit then they know
>they are equal no of this pussie shit.. all you fat scoutmasters mees
>everthing up and you women need to get the hell out all you is bitch at at
>the leaders making them be so damn P.C. that the kids learn that if you
>whine enough you you wont have to do anything at all i have had my fill of
>this shit and i am damn tierd of leading these no load sacks of shit you
>call scouts most of you damn scout masters arent even eagles you dont
>deserve to be one
>bottom line let kids learn on there own and lead on thier oen you all stay
>out of it
>eagle 5/14/97 all catholic religous AWARDS 39 mbs one plam 8 yrs in
>From: Donald Scruggs <DScruggs@CRIS.COM>
>To: Multiple recipients of list SCOUTS-L <SCOUTS-L@TCUBVM.IS.TCU.EDU>
>Date: Thursday, July 23, 1998 11:55 AM
>Subject: Re: hazing
>>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,
>>ScoutMaster Troop 214
>>National Capital Area Council
>>"I used to be a "Teddy Bear" WB 82-71
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