Financial Reorganization Bankruptcy is best for Victims and the BSA in Issues & Politics Posted April 26 2 hours ago, SSScout said: Popular weekend, I guess. Look for me in the Vexilollogy tent . Everybody seems to be heading to Camporee this weekend! I wish our district had a whole tent devoted to vexilollogy.. We're going with a "Scouts of the Roundtable" theme this year, but the attempts of the powers-that-be to explain the terminology of medieval flags and heraldry has been ... poor at best. Luckily all of the patrols in our troop are already medieval-themed, so our patrol flags are already in line with heraldic tradition (they consulted with my father, a noted aficionado of heraldry and tapestry-making). I am however curious to see how other units attempt to represent themselves with their "medieval flags" this weekend! Back to the topic however, I worry that with all the poor media coverage of the BSA record-keeping, the financial problems of the organization will only be exacerbated. I hope there are other options besides flat-out bankruptcy, but having absolutely no understanding about such economic concerns, I daren't make any predictions about what may occur, nor any suggestions as to what ought to happen. But I am certainly deeply concerned about what the future holds for the BSA.