As a member of the LDS church and an Eagle scout, I can verify that, but it doesn't mean that Utah scouts have to have a high accident rate.
LOL! I was just trying to say that with a higher per capita number, you would expect more accidents than other areas. I personally don't think that the scouts seem to have more accidents in Utah. I think it's just because there's so much wilderness that's enjoyed by so many people, especially bikers, climbers, and skiers, that they're bound to have more accidents.
posted on 12/23/2005 3:32:50 PM PST
(Fear my strategery of misunderestimation.)
Mmmmm... I need to go camping more. I'm still trying to figure out why the leader had an open Leatherman Micra in the first place(I carry one on my keychain; it takes a good 10 seconds to pull out the INCH LONG blade), and if he had to throw it, how did he possibly throw it so hard as to put it an inch into a kid's skull?
posted on 12/23/2005 3:37:37 PM PST
(Vous parlez trop, mais vous ne dites rien.)
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