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>> Mom no we already have some
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]>> 10:13 took a wrong turn down to dead end trail but quickly found their way to the waterfall.>> I kinda like, they got lost.>> The best part of the hike was obvious for Danny.>> Actually having a snake crawl, like slither on across my shoe.
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>> More than 3000 girls became Cub Scouts this year. In 2019, girls 11 to 17 years old can join the Scouts' BSA program, which will replace the now boys only Boy Scouts. Scouting alongside boys is no issue for ten year old Danny Hider.>> I mean I don't really mind as long as I get to do it.
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Cuz it's really fun and I enjoy it, I don't care what gender the people I'm doing it with are.>>
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So when I got involved with this, it was really cool.>> Boys Scouts of America said admitting girls is making life easier for families with brothers and sisters who want to follow the same path.>> I think our program, and what it offers,>> Offers both genders exactly what we want young people to learn and embrace as they grow up.
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>> The move comes as attitudes towards gender changed, and after decades of declining membership. Boy Scouts of America now has about 2.3 million members.>> A drop of one-third since 2000. The organization decided to admit openly gay scouts in 2014, and last year welcomed transgender boys. Meanwhile, the Girl Scouts of the USA is reaffirming its commitment to girls, releasing this statement, Girl Scouts has always proudly owned the 'Girl' in Girl Scouts, and our programming is, and always will, reflect the fact that we are girl-led and girl-centric.
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>> Look it's a, there's a big waterfall and.
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>> So it was taking a nap, and what did you guys do? Aah! You woke it up.