Scouting was a part of my growing up, and, although I'm sure I resisted going to all of the meetings, I ended up enjoying learning how to do important things like CPR and tying knots (I still remember how to make a sheepshank---anybody?).
When you were young and learning about the way in which the world works, I'm sure you can recall during one of your life lessons, your Mom or Dad told you money is dirty and to wash your hands after handling it whether it were a coin or paper.
I don't know about you, but I must have a "Hear's a Potential Extended Warrantee Sucker" written on my forehead whenever I go into a store. I DESPISE it when they badger you into buying one of these things, don't you?
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