Seascout-Net Mail Archive for August of 1999: RE: Holy Mackerel!
RE: Holy Mackerel!
Jorge A. Kaniak
Tue, 24 Aug 1999 17:31:51 -0300
Hi there all of you around the seven seas!
Following Roger=B4s Crossland thoughts I ask myself:
Why in Argentina, the Scout movement still think Sea Scouts are a rare
specie that has not reason to exist ?
Answer: Because they have never read the "old literature" and dont know L=
Baden Powel was first a Sea Scout than an explorer.
Keep the blue alive!
Tte. Etchepare Sea Scouts
De: Limpet6@aol.com <Limpet6@aol.com>
Para: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Fecha: 24 August 1999 16:31
Asunto: Holy Mackerel!
>Fellow Skippers, Mates, and Other Distinguished Salts:
>I just opened the September issue of Scouting to see three Sea Scouters =
>two Sea Scouts on page 44 above the caption "Strong Values, Strong
>When was the last time you saw two Sea Scout leaders wearing the same
>When was the last time you saw two Sea Scouts from two different units
>wearing the same uniform?
>When was the last time our organization was shown and mentioned in
>conjunction with the use of its proper name? (I know, it was a few year=
>and no one was in a uniform.)
>A major coup! I'd like to compliment those portrayed on the proper
>understated elegance of their work uniforms. No blizzard of patches, no
>constellations of stars, no tangle of knots, just what is needed.
>Not bad, not bad at all. And the message, we have strong values and str=
>leaders and we exist!
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