The Boy Scouts have banned squirt gun fights, apparently because pointing a water gun at someone is not a kind act.
Do scouts still offer "totin chips" - the privilege of packing and using a knife or an ax after passing a test demonstrating knowledge of proper protocol and rudimentary skill?
I'm fearing the "totin' chip" may be the next to be banned in the increasing PC Boy Scouts.
Or maybe it'll be campfires. After all, fire is scary and dangerous. And, in the minds of many, especially progressives, probably contributes to global warming.