Chris Taylor wrote:Nuts4Scouts, leave me alone. You're wasting your time typing your responses to me. I understand the role of every adult leader in the system. You've got something playing in your head that isn't happening. Your gears are grinding.
As to the patrol boxes, they are beautiful. It never bothered me, nor did I ever really care to spend time thinking about why they weren't scout built until Nuts4Scouts said crafts aren't boy scout activities. It says "eagle" under the screen name so it caused me to suddenly wonder if I missed some significant change in the program. Our troop has amazing leaders. I am sure they made the right decision, how ever they arrived at it.
From my experience with this specific thread, and from reading through other threads, I conclude this forum has a really weird dynamic, like a dark side. I thought it looked like a great resource for scouters when I first found it, but somethin' just ain't right.
kwildman wrote:Nuts4Scouts - i think you should reread your original reply. Your response was very short, terse and not very helpful. You may not have meant for it to come off this way but obviously it was not received well. Generally, I find your contributions very helpful.
Nuts4Scouts wrote:Being a Scout Parent does not make you the leader of your son's Boy Scout Patrol. It also does not make you a Merit Badge Counselor
Nuts4Scouts wrote:If your Scout is interested in learning about, and building, a solar oven, he should talk to his Patrol Leader(PL).
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