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Wolf & Iron replied to Milo Morris's discussion NPR is running a series on “Men in America”
"I have listened to a few of these and have the same thoughts every time. They do a good job of talking about what males are currently experiencing in America but not what a man should be or what manliness actually is. I wrote an article addressing…"
3 minutes ago
Carl Monster replied to Rick Shelton's discussion 50 and looking 30 (ok maybe 35ish). in the group Men Over 50
"I had a guy tell me that exact thing in the gym.  He looked like a man in his late-thirties who had seen more wear and tear than most, figured he was ex-military. When I asked why he was concerned about what I thought was a middle aged…"
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Jack Bauer replied to Chu Kim's discussion Ruled by Women
"Most all stable long-term couples are married.  Not all married couples are stable.  The divorce-happy unstable ones may be no better off than the average unstable cohabitating couple except insofar as its a bigger…"
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Carl Monster replied to Rick Shelton's discussion 50 and looking 30 (ok maybe 35ish). in the group Men Over 50
"470? was that ass to ankle? If it was I'm damn impressed. See too many guys with that weight go only a fraction of the way down, to watch their poor knees have to deal with the reversal of all the inertia. At 50, I focus on form form form.…"
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Regular Joe replied to Chu Kim's discussion Ruled by Women
""Do you figure that 'normalization' improved family stability?  I doubt it." That depends on your definition of stability. If your definition of stability is couples staying together, that's one thing but it's…"
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StaggerLee replied to Rick Shelton's discussion 50 and looking 30 (ok maybe 35ish). in the group Men Over 50
"I hit 200 my junior year of high school. I spent my weekends loading and unloading trucks in the warehousing district and free time was spent hiking, camping, biking, etc. Was never much for organized sport. After basic I was at 207. When I left the…"
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Regular Joe replied to John Muir's discussion Folk Songs
"Canadian: (Bonus: The very first hockey player that appears at the very beginning of this video is my uncle.) French Canadian: (traditional call-and-answer song): A bit more contemporary: A slower paced, darker song from the…"
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