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Teen boys today

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Where to Travel?

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David F. replied to Rob --'s discussion 22 year old wanting a style change?
"If you are buying clothing, go with dockers/chinos, dress shoes like brogues or a loafer of some sort. The cost for the pants is about the same, as it the cost in changing shoes."
4 minutes ago
David F. replied to Rob --'s discussion 22 year old wanting a style change?
"Almost any shoe goes with jeans these days.  Loafers/boat shoes is common with a polo shirt.  I like a nice set of brogues my self. "
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Clay replied to William Reed's discussion New to the forum, not AoM
"Welcome Bill, good to have you officially part of the community."
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Native Son replied to Will's discussion Moral relativism in the group The Great Debate
"It's pretty clear already.  It's just that nobody is going to jigger with all the language in the KJV or NASB.  Besides, from a rhetorical standpoint, "Thou shalt not kill." is more melodic than "You shall not…"
12 minutes ago
Lucius Artorius Castus replied to David Johns's discussion Teen boys today
"It's not so much that the stoic route is better than another, but more that there are ways of talking about those others without calling the men who made this world as we know it sad cowards."
17 minutes ago
Steve Dallas replied to Will's discussion Moral relativism in the group The Great Debate
"What is the point of being a man if we can't sit in judgment of our own morality? What is the point of being a man if we also cannot determine our own morality? What separates us from a slave who has one set of rules and can never question them?"
17 minutes ago
William Reed replied to George Gibbs's discussion Where to Travel?
"We honeymooned in Scotland, for 10 days. Whats more manly than a kilt??? Seriously though, the people were amazing, the food amazing, public transportation (in the towns, anyway) was great. Tons of things to do. Edinburgh is a beautiful city. We did…"
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Native Son replied to Mark R's discussion Very cheap dress watch vs moderately cheap dress watch vs,. no cheap dress watch.
"Been there, done that.  Usually when the job required long sleeves and gauntlets."
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