A Quotational Nit Pick

When you quote someone, make sure you get the quote right. Adding to or subtracting from the original is a no-no. Look at the last panel:


The Scout motto is just “Be prepared.” (Someone once asked Baden-Powell “Be prepared for what?” and he answered, “Any old thing.”)

Perhaps we have the excuse that he called it “my scout motto,” but I still say he should have gotten it right. Harrumpf.