To commend someone on an exceptional accomplishment or good deed, Troop 71 says "BULLY!".
Because we are part of the Theodore Roosevelt Council. The word "bully" was an adjective used during Teddy Roosevelt's time, and often said by him, meaning "first-rate", similar to today's "awesome". Troop 71 honors TR by adopting that phrase.
So, whenever you have the chance, yell it loud and proud: "BULLY!"
Fun Fact: U.S. Aircraft carrier CVN-71 is named for TR!
Other Famous 71s:
- the 20th Prime Number
- the algebraic degree of Conway's constant, a remarkable number arising in the study of look-and-say sequences
- The atomic number of lutetium
- I-71: Major east/west Interstate Highway running between Kentucky and Ohio
- NASCAR TRG Motorsports car driven by Bobby Labonte
- Messier object M71, a magnitude 8.5 globular cluster in the constellation Sagitta
- Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird long-range, Mach 3 strategic reconnaissance aircraft
- '71 (film), a film set in Belfast in 1971
- 71: Into the Fire, South Korean film about the Korean War
- "71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance," a film by Michael Haneke
- The form number for the United States Office of Personnel Management for requesting a leave of absence
- In the Jason Bourne novels by American author Robert Ludlum the department within the CIA which made Bourne and the other super agents is called Treadstone Seventy-One
- SR-71 is an American Alternative Rock band
- Jersey number of all-time Chicago Bear great George Connor
- JP Leonardi's Troop 71 Eagle Scout designation