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    • Ok then, let's move the discussion forward. Thanks, RS
    • As a father of Girls that were in the Girl Scout program and a person who was a registered Girl Scout leader, I am fully aware of the program and what it offers.  I am also fully aware of the fact that the programs are vastly different and provide different opportunities.  The comment was neither stupid or offensive.  It is you that decided to interpret it that way and try to shout me down for having a different opinion than yours.   There is more than own religion in this country as well for more than 100 years.  Is it offensive or stupid to say that it is ok that there are Methodists, Catholics, Lutherans, LDS members, Jews,....  What fits own person doesn't mean that there isn't room for the other. I hope you have a good day.
    • I would love to start a patrol or three of eager scouts,  go hiking, fishing, canoeing, and other fun and challenging activities,  as long as National and Council left us alone.
    • I can’t decide if that comment is more stupid or offensive. Are you too stupid to recognize that Scouting has been available to girls in America for more than 100 years? It’s called Girl Scouts USA. Or is your intent to deliberately insult the GSUSA organization by somehow pretending they are not “real” Scouts?
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