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About Jei64822

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  1. Heh heh, I will admit, you got me there with the whole cub scout/boyscout and activities thing. The truth is, I was only a cub (apparently) scout for one day, making popsicle stick picture frames. I quit the day after. But yes, the other stories from the 1st graders were true. Is my memory just bad or do little kids just embellish? Your call. The reason I lied was because I felt it was the only way to even get a view, instead of people saying "Well, if you were in the BSA, you would know that soonsoforth". I apologize for lying, but I assure you I am not trying to agitate people here. I just
  2. "So you joined the Boy Scouts in the first grade, eh? Because you had heard about all of those great camping trips that the other first graders were having? Nice story. I like the part about how "camping, archery, or any of that cool stuff" had drawn you in to Scouting touching, almost believable. You may have a career in creative writing. When you were Scouting about at the ages of 7, 8, and 9 - did you ever hear the saying, "A Scout is Trustworthy? Perhaps not. " Why would you think I am lying about my childhood? I am quite fond of those memories. What it seems to me is that you are avo
  3. Because of the surprising amount of answers, I will not be able to respond to every single message, but don't take it as a sign of me ignoring you. One person asked for links to the statements, and here it is: http://www.bsalegal.org/bsa-legal-blawg-200.asp?i=103 As for the commonly repeated saying that the BSA is not a public organization and as such does not HAVE to allow these groups in, my question is not that it is un-lawful or not, but is it morally correct in your opinion? Do you think it is right to discriminate (I use the term somewhat loosely in this context), these other g
  4. "It is not that they do not beleive in a devine entity." - Regarding Atheists That is a bold statement. I can assure you there are Atheists that do not believe in anything divine
  5. This may or may not have been done to death, but the search function does not seem to work. I do have a few questions for you however. 1. The official BSoA site states: ""We know there are gay scouts," says Scout spokesman Jeff Jubelirer. "Of course there are. We don't care. Nobody cares." He describes the national organization's policy as a variation of the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy." If "nobody" cares about gay/non religious members, why would they not be allowed to let this be known if asked? --------------------------------------- 2. The official BSo
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