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2013-06-15 06:32:02 PM

xanadian: If my son didn't enjoy scouting so much, I'd be VERY tempted to pull him from it...


I hated the goddamn scout uniforms. Itchy and makes my skin crawl even if I put a t-shirt under it. I even hated how I had to waste Saturdays with them. Still got forced in for five years by my parents. At least it wasn't really a waste. I learned a few things.
 
2013-06-15 06:43:27 PM
shiattynick: When he graduated to Boy Scouts, the pack he transferred to was rabidly religious in the Southern Baptist vein and he was severely castigated by the adults in the pack for being atheist. They gave him such a hard time and demanded that he profess loyalty to god and complete his religious medals before anything else; he quit the pack because of this after a mere two months. He was 13 at the time and all of this was very upsetting to him. F*ck the Boy Scouts and their religious agenda.


No, this didn't happen. It's made up completely.
 
2013-06-15 06:53:58 PM
i.imgur.com

Let's just admit that those flags are huge phallic symbols.

/I also notice that these boys cannot march worth a damn. WTF?
 
2013-06-15 07:15:19 PM
Of course the Boy Scouts are going to try to kick them out, the gay agenda is waging war against the Boy Scouts, using the United States court system's "the politically correct way is the only way" mantra to drive them into a crisis. Right now it's not clear whether or not they will survive the attack as their Christian group sponsors are deciding whether or not to break off into splinter scouting groups because of the attack. And these two idiots are publicly siding with them, giving the gays more ammunition? Where's that shepherds hook, get them the flying fark out of there.

I never had anything against the gays until they took on the Boy Scouts. A close relative who I grew up with was gay (dead now 25 years, goodness gracious) and they were always very kind to me when I was younger because of my association with him. And I could care less what they do, really. But when they started attacking the Boy Scouts that pissed me off real bad, and now think that they are just a political group that is completely full of sh*t. And every time I read a FARK thread full of militant gay dipwads, that feeling grows.

I ran a business for awhile, and had to hire a lot of people. One of the things that insured that I got a good employee was when they put down that they were a boy scout on their resume. It was like this magic thing, only two out of the 75 or so I hired didn't work out, and most of them became my best guys. And every time I turn around, in my little backwater neck of the woods, there are the boy scouts, doing dogooder stuff for the community. What have the goddamn gays ever done? Besides whine, sue people and march around waving rainbow flags, jacksh*t so far as I can see. That's right---JACK F*CKING SH*T.

Now the gays and their politically correct enablers are acting all uppity because the f*cked up United States Court system (corporations are people? need I say more?) has decided that a great organization like the Boy Scouts somehow needs fixing. Once again, the only thing that the SCOTUS has proved here is that they could f*ck up a wet dream.
 
2013-06-15 07:24:41 PM
God, me and the wife just finished up helping staff Cub Scout day camp(one boy in cubs, one in scouts) and had to bite our lips around all the farking morons biatching about this..

Scouting will survive, it's the people who can't change who wont.
 
2013-06-15 07:27:33 PM

I Like Shiny Things: Walter Paisley: I Like Shiny Things: hardinparamedic: I Like Shiny Things: Ok, you were obviously trolling and you wanted everyone to know that (u tell funny joke!), but the sad part is that your statement would have been completely true if you replaced your "100%" with " 75%".

Oh God. I'm being countertrolled.

You typed 'countertrolled' when you meant 'corrected'.

Its 4pm on a Saturday. I could go to any bus station or subway and have my dick sucked by a homo and it would probably take about an hour, including round trip drive.

Could a straight person accomplish this? You think I could go to these same places and find some woman (fat, ugly, diseased...I'm not picky) to do the same thing?

I'd really like a serious answer to that.

Yes, but probably not at the bus station or the subway. Try Wal-Mart or the 7-Eleven.

You are talking about prostitution...you obviously have no idea how the gay community works, because you are straight?

That was kind of my entire point, and its also the point that some of these Boy Scout leaders are trying to make.

Since you aren't very bright, I'll keep it simple for you:

I can go to any of the places mentioned above and get my cock sucked for free. Gay sex. Free. always, anywhere, anytime.

Like the someone above mentioned, 'There's an app for that!'.

If I wanted straight sex from a woman, I'd have to put a bit of effort into it, or pay. Not much effort, since I'm pretty studly and I just got back from the gym about 26 minutes ago, but it still takes a bit of work.


So, wait. You can reliably get a free b/j in the street from a guy; but not from a girl. And you're okay with this fact. That random guys will blow you, but not random women. And your assertion is that this means something is wrong with gay men...not with you?

I'm thinking its more that you're giving off a man-whore vibe, and all those homogheys are just astonished to be getting all that action for free.
 
2013-06-15 07:38:56 PM

Gyrfalcon: So, wait. You can reliably get a free b/j in the street from a guy; but not from a girl. And you're okay with this fact. That random guys will blow you, but not random women. And your assertion is that this means something is wrong with gay men...not with you?

I'm thinking its more that you're giving off a man-whore vibe, and all those homogheys are just astonished to be getting all that action for free.



Lulz ; )
 
2013-06-15 07:45:48 PM

shiattynick: jcooli09: I was a scout leader for a couple of years.  My son and I dropped out because we had to affirm a faith in a higher power, as I recall.  I'm a little fuzzy on the details now, but I wasn't aboput to let him stand up there and lie with the rest of the scouts who had no idea what they were doing.

I still have the scout masters shirt, though, and I think I'll wear it to the next gay pride parade in my area.

Yep, as someone mentioned upthread, there's room for everyone in the scouts but athiests. When my oldest son was in Cub Scouts, we had very good Den Leaders who consisted of a Jewish man and a Christian woman. They were nice people and accepting of other other religions or no religion at all, as was the case with us. When it came time for the religion badge, they just said to him for him to study the different religions and not worry about pledging to one. He got his badge without doing the oath and we had a very happy Cub Scout existence for quite a few years.
When he graduated to Boy Scouts, the pack he transferred to was rabidly religious in the Southern Baptist vein and he was severely castigated by the adults in the pack for being atheist. They gave him such a hard time and demanded that he profess loyalty to god and complete his religious medals before anything else; he quit the pack because of this after a mere two months. He was 13 at the time and all of this was very upsetting to him. F*ck the Boy Scouts and their religious agenda.


One of the very first thing a scout has to do to earn their initial ranks in either cub scouts or boy scouts is to learn and recite the oath and the law....which includes a statement to honor their duty to their god and their country.  Either you're a lying piece of shiat and making stuff up to make the scouts look bad because they don't get on their knees and blow the gay mafia....or you a complete tool who never paid attention to what your kid was doing or saying.

As far as religious emblems...its VOLUNTARY and there a more than 20 they can chose from including catholic, protestant, orthodox, jewish, hindu, baha'i, unity, and unitarian universalist (which are basically atheists).  So getting your panties in a wad because you put your son in a troop (not a pack...another reason your story is full of shiat) that did not honor and cherish your atheism was your own fault....you could choose any troop and you chose poorly.

An atheist wanting to join Boy Scouts is pretty much like a woman wanting to attend a support group for testicular cancer survivors.
 
2013-06-15 07:57:38 PM
Somacandra: Hypocrites, much?

TuteTibiImperes: do believe that they're using the 'no political agenda' thing as smokescreen because of anti-gay bias, but Independence Day parades and honoring fallen veterans aren't inherently political. Patriotism != political bias.


Well, if you're a leftist, it certainly does indicate bias. Hard line socialists, *Real Socialists*, not the bogeyman-obamacare kind, have always tried to discredit patriotism (aka nationalism) as being inherently evil.

Why? Well if your goal is to overthrow the established order, then you need to discredit the celebration and cherishing of national identity.

So leftists try to align the ideas of patriotism >> nationalism >> fascism into one big ball of corruption. The Fourth of July is a hard day for them to sell.

And this is why Somacandra inexplicably held up a Memorial Day Parade as an example of a political or social agenda. He's not disingenuous or stoopid, he's just a True Believer.
 
2013-06-15 08:04:53 PM
This week, officials with the Great Salt Lake Council called the two men in, pointed out a photo published by The Salt Lake Tribune showing Whitaker at the parade and told them both to sign an apology for "violation of (Boys Scouts of America) policies and disobedience."


/How about you take your policies and rules and shove them up your tight judgmental authoritarian asses? The only thing i would sign is a promise never to join a club that is full of religious nutjobs, and jackasses.
 
2013-06-15 08:05:03 PM

letrole: He's not disingenuous or stoopid, he's just a True Believer.


Hey, factual/insightful comments are not welcome here.   This is FARK, for FSM's sake.
 
2013-06-15 08:09:00 PM
FTFA: "It has always been BSA's policy that no person, youth or adult may use Scouting to promote sexual orientation or any other political or social agenda," the letter said. "You and others are welcome to participate in the parade as supportive citizens but not as uniformed members of the BSA."


/Gee, you're giving me permission to stand in a public place and watch your parade of jackbooted elitists goose step by? Wow, thanks for giving me a right I already had you farking draconian authoritarian piss nozzle. How about i just do whatever i like, and tell you to suck it? Suck it deep. I already have the right to do whatever i like tool, I don't need you to tell me shiat.
 
2013-06-15 08:17:31 PM

Eponymous: shiattynick: jcooli09: I was a scout leader for a couple of years.  My son and I dropped out because we had to affirm a faith in a higher power, as I recall.  I'm a little fuzzy on the details now, but I wasn't aboput to let him stand up there and lie with the rest of the scouts who had no idea what they were doing.

I still have the scout masters shirt, though, and I think I'll wear it to the next gay pride parade in my area.

Yep, as someone mentioned upthread, there's room for everyone in the scouts but athiests. When my oldest son was in Cub Scouts, we had very good Den Leaders who consisted of a Jewish man and a Christian woman. They were nice people and accepting of other other religions or no religion at all, as was the case with us. When it came time for the religion badge, they just said to him for him to study the different religions and not worry about pledging to one. He got his badge without doing the oath and we had a very happy Cub Scout existence for quite a few years.
When he graduated to Boy Scouts, the pack he transferred to was rabidly religious in the Southern Baptist vein and he was severely castigated by the adults in the pack for being atheist. They gave him such a hard time and demanded that he profess loyalty to god and complete his religious medals before anything else; he quit the pack because of this after a mere two months. He was 13 at the time and all of this was very upsetting to him. F*ck the Boy Scouts and their religious agenda.

One of the very first thing a scout has to do to earn their initial ranks in either cub scouts or boy scouts is to learn and recite the oath and the law....which includes a statement to honor their duty to their god and their country.  Either you're a lying piece of shiat and making stuff up to make the scouts look bad because they don't get on their knees and blow the gay mafia....or you a complete tool who never paid attention to what your kid was doing or saying.

As far as religious emblems...its VOLU ...


And arguing on the internet is like winning a medal in the special olympics. Take my story for what it is, my true life story. It happened to my son after leaving Cub Scouts, where we had a great time with good people, we had the exact opposite situation with our chosen Boy Scout pack/troop/who cares what they call it because it sucked.
 
2013-06-15 08:20:17 PM
Bit'O'Gristle: watch your parade of jackbooted elitists goose step by... draconian authoritarian

And another True Believer who really needs work on expressing ideas without resorting to duckspeak

George Orwell, "Politics and the English Language," 1946
 
2013-06-15 08:43:59 PM

letrole: Bit'O'Gristle: watch your parade of jackbooted elitists goose step by... draconian authoritarian

And another True Believer who really needs work on expressing ideas without resorting to duckspeak

George Orwell, "Politics and the English Language," 1946


What happened to the copypasta? I is disappoint.
/No not really
 
2013-06-15 09:04:00 PM
TuteTibiImperes:
I do believe that they're using the 'no political agenda' thing as smokescreen because of anti-gay bias, but Independence Day parades and honoring fallen veterans aren't inherently political.  Patriotism != political bias.

That is a mighty fine split hair there.  Do you do any other tricks?
 
2013-06-15 09:22:16 PM

letrole: Well, if you're a leftist, it certainly does indicate bias. Hard line socialists, *Real Socialists*, not the bogeyman-obamacare kind, have always tried to discredit patriotism (aka nationalism) as being inherently evil.

Why? Well if your goal is to overthrow the established order, then you need to discredit the celebration and cherishing of national identity.

So leftists try to align the ideas of patriotism >> nationalism >> fascism into one big ball of corruption. The Fourth of July is a hard day for them to sell.


Try Googling "who wrote the Pledge of Allegiance." It will blow your mind.
 
2013-06-15 09:29:17 PM
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2013-06-15 09:36:29 PM

wambu: [i.imgur.com image 450x358]

Let's just admit that those flags are huge phallic symbols.

/I also notice that these boys cannot march worth a damn. WTF?


I imagine it would be hard to march with an inflamed, ruined asshole.
 
2013-06-15 09:37:08 PM
The Boy Scouts of America can go to Hades. Lifting the ban on gay scouts means absolutely nothing without allowing gay adult leaders.  It is a cheap cop out, and one that sends a horrible message to scouts.  They are saying that it is OK to be a gay child but it is not OK to be a gay adult.  If they really wanted to make a difference then they need to lift the ban across the board.  This is really not much more different than their early days when they allowed individual councils and troops to decide on whether or not to allow minority scouts (which, incidentally, they did not lift until 1974!!!!).  This is a step in the right direction, but it is too small of a step.
 
2013-06-15 09:41:31 PM
Hickory-smoked: Try Googling "who wrote the Pledge of Allegiance." It will blow your mind.

That's the trouble with having these sorts of discussions with Americans. Why must you always whip out Secular Scripture? WGAFF? And your constitution was written by slave owners? Again, WGAFF?

Is this in any way relevant to the standard party line of socialists, in regard to denigration of patriotism as a means of facilitating the overthrow the standing government?

Hint* Pick another country, any country where socialists are active and little children don't recite a given poem, and discuss.
 
2013-06-15 10:00:42 PM
Mock26: The Boy Scouts of America can go to Hades.

This pretty much sums up the sentiment of the thread (and the issue in general)

It would seem that there is a desire to destroy what cannot otherwise be obtained, not unlike a loser who shoots a girl who spurns him with the twisted logic "If I can't have her, then nobody can".
 
2013-06-15 10:09:02 PM

Mock26: The Boy Scouts of America can go to Hades. Lifting the ban on gay scouts means absolutely nothing without allowing gay adult leaders.  It is a cheap cop out, and one that sends a horrible message to scouts.  They are saying that it is OK to be a gay child but it is not OK to be a gay adult.  If they really wanted to make a difference then they need to lift the ban across the board.  This is really not much more different than their early days when they allowed individual councils and troops to decide on whether or not to allow minority scouts (which, incidentally, they did not lift until 1974!!!!).  This is a step in the right direction, but it is too small of a step.


In a couple years, there will be quite a lot of gay adult Scouts, many with their Eagles. The BSA will have to reasses their stance on gay leaders then, because they'll have no choice.

They just can't admit, or can't accept, that fact yet.
 
2013-06-15 10:11:17 PM

letrole: Mock26: The Boy Scouts of America can go to Hades.

This pretty much sums up the sentiment of the thread (and the issue in general)

It would seem that there is a desire to destroy what cannot otherwise be obtained, not unlike a loser who shoots a girl who spurns him with the twisted logic "If I can't have her, then nobody can".


I do not want to see the Scouts destroyed or anything like that.  I just think that their move to allow gay scouts was half-hearted at best, and one that sends a very bad message to scouts, particularly gay scouts.  I think that it is a step in the right direction, but just not a big enough step.  Incidentally, while the ban was in effect I fully supported their right to run their organization the way that they wanted.  I did work to get them to change
 
2013-06-15 10:12:17 PM

TuteTibiImperes: , but Independence Day parades and honoring fallen veterans aren't inherently political. Patriotism != political bias.


Got it. Political celebrations and honoring soldiers of wars that some people politically objected to are not political.

Asseater.
 
2013-06-15 10:28:56 PM

Pincy: Attention bigots and homophobes: gay people exist and they aren't going to disappear anytime soon.  GET OVER IT!


We got to get over before we go under
 
2013-06-15 10:28:58 PM

Broom: TuteTibiImperes: , but Independence Day parades and honoring fallen veterans aren't inherently political. Patriotism != political bias.

Got it. Political celebrations and honoring soldiers of wars that some people politically objected to are not political.

Asseater.


You can love your country without agreeing with the leaders.  Independence Day is a celebration of the birth of our nation, not any particular ideology when it comes to how we run it.

You can disagree with a war and still honor those who gave their lives fighting it.  Respecting those who paid the ultimate price to defend our way of life doesn't mean that you have to agree with the President, Congressmen, or Generals who decided to send them out to fight.

t.qkme.me
 
2013-06-15 10:40:05 PM

Killer Cars: I can't take anyone seriously if they use a patently absurd term like "gay agenda" to make an argument. I just don't have the patience anymore.

Enjoy being laughed at and ridiculed in the history books and by future generations.


I had a gay agenda once.

Damn think kept magically adding "suck some cock" after every appointment I wrote down.
 
2013-06-15 10:41:07 PM
varmitydog: <spittle-flecked anti-gay wharrgarbl>

Wow.  Why don't you sod off back to Florida before everyone figures out you're really gay?
 
2013-06-15 10:41:55 PM

Broom: TuteTibiImperes: , but Independence Day parades and honoring fallen veterans aren't inherently political. Patriotism != political bias.

Got it. Political celebrations and honoring soldiers of wars that some people politically objected to are not political.

Asseater.


Why is a veterans' parade necessarily political? I think it is possible to honor veterans without holding them responsible for their government's decisions. That's who the political disagreement is, or should be, with.

Some events, at least, are as political as one chooses to make it.
 
2013-06-15 10:43:04 PM
*them
 
2013-06-15 10:43:36 PM
Mock26: The Boy Scouts of America can go to Hades.
letrole: This pretty much sums up the sentiment of the thread (and the issue in general)
Mock26: I do not want to see the Scouts destroyed or anything like that.


It's the same as with homosexual marriage. Homosexuals, by an exceedingly large margin, do not wish to get married or to form civil unions. Rather, they want to be accepted as normal. Their hope is that public approval of homosexuality will follow the legal establishment of homosexual marriages.

Homosexuals do not have any great desire to get involved with scouting, neither as adult leaders or as scouts. But, there is indeed a motivation to use scouting as a way establish legitimacy and normality and participation in society.

The problem with scouting is that it's "homophobic", but this not as a single issue simply because they hate gays. The moral basis, the ethos, is Judeo-Christian, and that is fundamentally not tolerant of homosexuality.

The policy on homosexuality is not an arbitrary selection. Nobody had a vote on different issues ie how they should be handled and resolved. The prohibition of homosexuality has the same basis as the prohibition of theft or cheating. So, the only way to change the policy of homosexuality is to discard its basis.

Scouting is not simply wearing a given uniform.
 
2013-06-15 10:46:15 PM

TuteTibiImperes: Respecting those who paid the ultimate price to defend our way of life


There are those who disagree that signing up at age 18 to kill whomever the government says is bad is not the exact same as defending our way of life.

And that makes it political.
 
2013-06-15 10:56:29 PM
Broom: And that makes it political.

No sir, you make it political.

If you can't empathise, if you can't grasp the simple idea of rememberance, if your beliefs are so petty that you cannot STFU and acknowlege their sacrifice without relating it to ME ME ME ME, then...

well, you've already demonstrated it so well.
 
2013-06-15 10:57:41 PM

Broom: TuteTibiImperes: Respecting those who paid the ultimate price to defend our way of life

There are those who disagree that signing up at age 18 to kill whomever the government says is bad is not the exact same as defending our way of life.

And that makes it political.


I can see where you are coming from on that, but if I had to make a litmus test for 'is an event political' it'd be along these lines:

1.  Is it funded by or centered around a particular candidate's campaign for office and/or political party event

2. Is the purpose of the event to publicize or sway support for a particular political candidate, ballot measure, bill, or other item up for vote

3. Is the event strongly identified with a partisan political position (this is the most fuzzy)

Obviously, these are just my criteria, you don't have to agree with them, but I don't see how celebrating Independence Day or honoring veterans meets any of those points.  Any political candidate, regardless of party, is expected to love this country (obviously) and support the members of the armed forces.  Therefore agreeing that America is a good thing and that we should respect those who gave their lives for it doesn't really align with either major party politically, and doesn't end up being political at the end of the day.

Marching in a gay pride parade has the potential to meet with the third, but at this point even most members of the GOP agree that homosexuality isn't in and of itself a damning offense, even if they aren't quite there on the issue of gay marriage yet.
 
2013-06-15 11:09:23 PM
TuteTibiImperes:

Marching in a gay pride parade has the potential to meet with the third, but at this point even most members of the GOP agree that homosexuality isn't in and of itself a damning offense, even if they aren't quite there on the issue of gay marriage yet.

I respect that you admit there's a difference of opinion here, but I think you're wrong on the GOP position on gays.

Take Mike Huckabee's position. Or Sue Everhart's. The GOP is vehemently hateful to gays.
 
2013-06-15 11:11:27 PM

letrole: Mock26: The Boy Scouts of America can go to Hades.
letrole: This pretty much sums up the sentiment of the thread (and the issue in general)
Mock26: I do not want to see the Scouts destroyed or anything like that.


It's the same as with homosexual marriage. Homosexuals, by an exceedingly large margin, do not wish to get married or to form civil unions. Rather, they want to be accepted as normal. Their hope is that public approval of homosexuality will follow the legal establishment of homosexual marriages.

Homosexuals do not have any great desire to get involved with scouting, neither as adult leaders or as scouts. But, there is indeed a motivation to use scouting as a way establish legitimacy and normality and participation in society.

The problem with scouting is that it's "homophobic", but this not as a single issue simply because they hate gays. The moral basis, the ethos, is Judeo-Christian, and that is fundamentally not tolerant of homosexuality.

The policy on homosexuality is not an arbitrary selection. Nobody had a vote on different issues ie how they should be handled and resolved. The prohibition of homosexuality has the same basis as the prohibition of theft or cheating. So, the only way to change the policy of homosexuality is to discard its basis.

Scouting is not simply wearing a given uniform.


Have you ever seen the tag on a Scout uniform?  My old uniform is 65% polyester, 35% cotton.  That is in direct violation to levticus 19:19.  The Scouts already ignore many of the prohibitions in the bible (they also let in people who worship other gods, which is in direct contradiction to the 1st commandment), so there is absolutely no reason why they cannot just arbitrarily disregard the prohibition on homosexuals.
 
2013-06-15 11:14:44 PM

varmitydog: Of course the Boy Scouts are going to try to kick them out, the gay agenda is waging war against the Boy Scouts, using the United States court system's "the politically correct way is the only way" mantra to drive them into a crisis.


It is a lot like the 1950s and 1960s when elements of the black agenda waged a war against the Boy Scouts to force them to fully desegregate the Scouts.

By the way, the court system has repeatedly sided with the Boy Scouts.
 
2013-06-15 11:23:55 PM

Broom: TuteTibiImperes:

Marching in a gay pride parade has the potential to meet with the third, but at this point even most members of the GOP agree that homosexuality isn't in and of itself a damning offense, even if they aren't quite there on the issue of gay marriage yet.

I respect that you admit there's a difference of opinion here, but I think you're wrong on the GOP position on gays.

Take Mike Huckabee's position. Or Sue Everhart's. The GOP is vehemently hateful to gays.


Trust me, I'm far from a GOP apologist, I'm a pretty libby libtard at the end of the day, and you're right, there are still some members of that party that are flat out anti-gay, however, the tide has been turning, and some members have been advocating acceptance, if not quite equal rights yet.  There's a long way to go, but at least there are glimmers of hope.

For gay marriage, the maps are still pretty darn blue, but I wonder if half of that isn't because advocating against the fundamentalist Christian base is a political death sentence for many Republicans, i.e. their public views may not reflect their personal views.  Of course, it could be argued that they should have the conviction and integrity to stand up for what they believe in regardless of the results, and I sort of agree, but I don't know if we'll see landslide changes of views until the official party position changes.
 
2013-06-15 11:58:30 PM
To be fair, the Boy Scouts have in the past associated with organizations whose reputations were less than savory....

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2013-06-16 12:33:18 AM

varmitydog: < Insane Ramblings>


WOW! You are......How should I put this? Pathetic? A loser? Failure at life?

Why not all three!

/MORAN
 
2013-06-16 12:50:56 AM
One who accepts the Scout's beliefs at face value would think they would jump to be at the forefront of the acceptance of LBGT community with regard to equal rights etc.  And yeah, the BSA is never supposed to be affiliated with a particular political doctrine etc. but they have been repeatedly throughout time so that argument is bullshiat.

/former scout
//troop leader got arrested for pedophelia
///not gay
////knew lot's of gay scouts who were awesome
////knew lots of non-gay scouts who burned crosses
//seriously?
 
2013-06-16 02:44:38 AM

Mambo Bananapatch: /I also notice that these boys cannot march worth a damn. WTF?

I imagine it would be hard to march with an inflamed, ruined asshole.


That's no way to talk about the BSA leadership; they are probably not ruined  . . . yet.
 
2013-06-16 06:42:23 AM
Mock26: Have you ever seen the tag on a Scout uniform? My old uniform is 65% polyester, 35% cotton. That is in direct violation to levticus 19:19. The Scouts already ignore many of the prohibitions in the bible (they also let in people who worship other gods, which is in direct contradiction to the 1st commandment), so there is absolutely no reason why they cannot just arbitrarily disregard the prohibition on homosexuals.


You probably don't realise how well you just fulfilled my earlier analogy about the spiteful loser who kills a girl who spurned him.
 
2013-06-16 09:31:43 AM
varmitydog:

Benevolent Misanthrope : Wow. Why don't you sod off back to Florida before everyone figures out you're really gay?

Heh. You should have read it before I decided it was a mite too hostile and edited it some.
A warning to myself: Do not fark while drinking. Do not fark while drinking. Do not fark while drinking...........and this time I really mean it.
 
2013-06-16 11:02:33 AM

ambercat: The more an organization is homophobic, the more I assume it has members that want to molest kids.


You are correct sir:

http://articles.latimes.com/2012/sep/16/local/la-me-boy-scouts-files -2 0120916

The fact the BSA went all Catholic Church when it came to covering up these molestation cases basically proves to me that they lost the moral high ground a long time ago.

/Eagle Scout
//Glad the BSA is finally joining the 21st Century
 
2013-06-16 10:42:15 PM

letrole: Mock26: Have you ever seen the tag on a Scout uniform? My old uniform is 65% polyester, 35% cotton. That is in direct violation to levticus 19:19. The Scouts already ignore many of the prohibitions in the bible (they also let in people who worship other gods, which is in direct contradiction to the 1st commandment), so there is absolutely no reason why they cannot just arbitrarily disregard the prohibition on homosexuals.


You probably don't realise how well you just fulfilled my earlier analogy about the spiteful loser who kills a girl who spurned him.


Seeking to get the Boy Scouts to change their policy on homosexuality and calling them out for the hypocrisy of their prohibition is the same as a someone stalking a girl?  Man, you really are retarded.
 
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