The amount of garbage currently surrounding the three camps is absolutely mind boggling. I understand that young people do not like to clean up after themselves, after all, I have two fine examples of that at home.
But these are scouts! If I Google through a few of their web sites, I can see quotes like ‘The Scouting Division's main objective is to help scouts develop character, citizenship …’ (source) , ‘helping them to develop their capacities as responsible citizens’ (source) and ‘provides it members with opportunities to develop strong values’ (source), to name just a few.
Values that should include picking up your own trash. Obviously not.
|This one is a 'crumpler'|
|Group session maybe? Or a repeated offender?|
My experience through my work as a journalist is that in very poor households, you will find a water pitcher in the bathroom with a shower head of some sorts next to the toilet. The more money they have, the greater the chance they will have either Kleenex, or for the better off, toilet paper on rolls. The richer the household, the thicker the paper, with colored paper in the higher echelons, and with a design and a fragrance at the top of the line.
You may argue that I do not know what I am talking about, but through my work in the field, I have had to use a lot other people’s bathroom, and I think that if you do a research on this, you will find I am not be too far off.