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  1. Any of us can do that but the reason you don't want to is that if someone gets hurt while doing something that is banned by the BSA and could be considered negligent, you risk not being covered by insurance. You are not really rebelling against anything, you are just shifting some of the liability from BSA to yourself personally.
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  2. Dodgeball? Pfftt. Here are Scouts playing Mumbly Peg. Now that can get you hurt.
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  3. Saturday is a good day to feast and express thanks... For food, for raiment, for life, for opportunity, for friendship and fellowship.... We thank thee, oh Lord.
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  5. I hope everyone gobbled till they wobbled. I have to wait until Saturday when my daughter isn't working
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  6. "Equitable compensation" to survivors has never been the goal of the BSA in this bankruptcy. The only goal that the BSA had was to escape from underneath the liability for the least amount of money possible. The upper limit of 5 to 10K of potential victims was arrogance on their part. If that truly was the amount that they had to pay it still would not have been 150-300k payment on average just do the math...225K (average of 150 to 350) X 10,000 = 2.25 Billion. Initially BSA told LC's and CO's they would not have to contribute and they negotiated with Hartford for a max of 650M so where wa
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  7. We continue with dodgeball (or extreme catch) and vegetable cannons. But we're sort of rogue sometimes
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  8. http://npshistory.com/publications/management/national-scout-jamboree-1935.pdf Some 352 pages, published by BSA with this timeless Forward
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