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  1. #61
    Quote Originally Posted by Rocker Ute View Post
    .........The problem with a window is if you are in there crying, or arguing with a spouse, or anything else do you really want your gossipy neighbor walking by the door and seeing that?........


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    Legitimate point.

    Quote Originally Posted by sancho View Post
    I fortunately have never had a bishop I wouldn't trust to interview my kids.......
    Me either, but, I think I'm past that now. My youngest is in HS and probably doesn't get messed with much. He could take our bishop in 2 seconds flat if necessary. Let me be clear....it would NEVER be necessary.....our bishop, like all others we've had, is awesome. I know that isn't that case for everyone, but it has been for us. Not all our YM/YW leaders have had my trust though.
    “Children and dogs are as necessary to the welfare of the country as Wall Street and the railroads.” -- Harry S. Truman

    "You never soar so high as when you stoop down to help a child or an animal." -- Jewish Proverb

    "Three-time Pro Bowler Eric Weddle the most versatile, and maybe most intelligent, safety in the game." -- SI, 9/7/15, p. 107.

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    I think a window would be a good idea, and you could handle it just like you handle the parent option, by having the window open or close. If it's appropriate to open it, or if a parent wants it open, by all means open it. I also like allowing parents in the room, but I have to assume this will decrease the number of confessions in those situations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scratch View Post
    I think a window would be a good idea, and you could handle it just like you handle the parent option, by having the window open or close. If it's appropriate to open it, or if a parent wants it open, by all means open it. I also like allowing parents in the room, but I have to assume this will decrease the number of confessions in those situations.
    I just realized I'm the only one teaching youth Sunday School in my ward with the perv door window

  4. #64
    Quote Originally Posted by Scratch View Post
    I think a window would be a good idea, and you could handle it just like you handle the parent option, by having the window open or close. If it's appropriate to open it, or if a parent wants it open, by all means open it. I also like allowing parents in the room, but I have to assume this will decrease the number of confessions in those situations.

    That's probably the solution that will be implemented in the future. It needs to be there -- but not in every circumstance.
    “Children and dogs are as necessary to the welfare of the country as Wall Street and the railroads.” -- Harry S. Truman

    "You never soar so high as when you stoop down to help a child or an animal." -- Jewish Proverb

    "Three-time Pro Bowler Eric Weddle the most versatile, and maybe most intelligent, safety in the game." -- SI, 9/7/15, p. 107.

  5. #65

    inappropriate interviews

    Working with youth requires different rules.

    I work with a youth oriented group through work

    We NEVER interact with a single youth with only one advisor there. Ever. Doesn’t happen.

    That’s supposed to be the rule for all of Boy Scouts as well. And in speaking with my wife that’s also the rule for Girl Scouts.

    As honorable and awesome as 99% of the oriole are, you have to plan for the 1%



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    Last edited by Diehard Ute; 03-27-2018 at 12:29 PM.

  6. #66
    Quote Originally Posted by Diehard Ute View Post
    Working with youth requires different rules.

    I work with a youth oriented group through work

    We NEVER interact with a single youth with only one advisor there. Ever. Doesn’t happen.

    That’s supposed to be the rule for all of Boy Scouts as well. And in speaking with my wife that’s also the rule for Girl Scouts.

    As honorable and awesome as 99% of the oriole are, you have to plan for the 1%



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    Absolutely.

  7. #67
    Quote Originally Posted by Diehard Ute View Post
    As honorable and awesome as 99% of the oriole are, you have to plan for the 1%
    I assume the 1% is Peter Angelos?

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