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Knife talk.

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Are You Afraid To Die?

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Distractions

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Profanity and Vulgarity

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LIGO detects gravitational waves!

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Looking for a place to hang my online hat.

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Salt Dragon replied to Carl Monster's discussion Handling anger/violence directed at you in the group Male Survivors
"Good point to speak in the first person.  By gift I mean this:  by not being afraid of my own pain I am not afraid of others' pain either.  People sense that they can be vulnerable and trust me, for I have shown them I get it…"
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Teachers' Club (for men in Education)

Virtual staff room for visionary teachers of every discipline. This is a good place for educators to discuss their collective role in society--particularly in regards to their duty as role models for young men. What does it mean to be a male role model for young boys in the classroom? How can we serve them best? See More
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Michael J. K. replied to D Hanton's discussion Favourite Period/ Style? in the group Pianists
"The Classical music offers much beauty and led itself to more modern forms it is all connected"
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Pianists

A group for pianists who play any genre- Classical, Baroque, Pop, Jazz, Blues to share disscussions on their playing, technique, and pianos.
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ZP Stanley replied to Blaine Wright's discussion Personal Favorite Guitarists in the group Greatest Guitarists
"Agreed.  Mark Tremonti is a perfect example that hard work pays off."
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ZP Stanley replied to Blaine Wright's discussion Personal Favorite Guitarists in the group Greatest Guitarists
"My favorite will always be Gary Rossington from Skynyrd because the first slide solo I learned was his from Free Bird. That being said, I respect the heck out of ALL guitarists and appreciate their skills.  Blaine, I agree with you 100%…"
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Greatest Guitarists

"A guitar is a very personal extension of the person playing it. You have to be emotionally and spiritually connected to your instrument."-Eddie van HalenThis is a public group for discussions on who you believe is the best lead guitarist. Any kind of guitar is permitted for discussion (Electric, acoustic, resonator, baritone, etc...), just not bass. See More
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