Quote From : SilverDollar August 16, 2015, 1:33 pm
It's the reason a volunteer left that makes a big difference. If he had to leave because of a family situation, I could understand that. If he left because of a disability of smoking, I understand that too. In those cases, I don't think a member should be given a dishonorable discharge. As for any of the other reasons, I make no judgements at all since I wasn't there. It doesn't diminish anything from their accomplishments while a volunteer.
What the heck is disability of smoking?? That's my stupid auto correct. I don't remember what it was before but it definitely was not disability of smoking. Oh the humanities!
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