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[rec.scouting.*] Newsgroups Help and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ 1)
Section - What can be done about the language used here?

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From: Mike Walton (blackeagle@hcc-uky.campus.mci.net)
Date: 5 May 1996

Q. "I don't like some of the language/description/ideas used 
here.  Is there any way that I can object or let "someone in 
charge" know of my objection?"

A.  There is really "nobody in charge" of an unmoderated group
like ALL of the rec.scouting.* groups are.  ... there's 
very little you or I or anyone else can do about it.  ...
Please exercise care with your children while accessing these 
newsgroups; please try to uphold the best qualities of your nation's Scouting
principles while posting...

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