Scouts-L Mail Archive for December of 1999: Re: What's good, What's bad, Who knows?
Re: What's good, What's bad, Who knows?
Mon, 13 Dec 1999 22:51:39 -0600
> From: Scott Patterson <scottpat@NETDOOR.COM>
> Subject: What's good, What's bad, Who knows?
> After all of the post on "Correct BSA thing to do", "You can't do it that
> way", "It is not building good morals", "He said #@$# and because of that
> is not a good Scouter", "Two deep leadership is not needed or it is
> or only when" I started to go into deep thought (almost fell asleep)
> what I am seeing posted on our list (Yes I Said Our List).
You _must_have_ fallen asleep and been dreaming if you thought it was
indeed "our list"...
> Stop and think about what you are asking and if it can help or answer
> one the following then most likely it is a good question: 1. How is this
> going to help out Scouts? 2. Is this dangerous, could someone get hurt
> physically or mentally? 3. Are we going against or adding to the
> scouting requirements, policy and or regulations?
Seems to me that most of the original posts and the majority of the
replies have directly addressed those questions.
Des Moines, Iowa