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Nathanael replied to Regular Joe's discussion To circumcise or not to circumcise . . .
""I mean we need to think deeper about ethics." You go first.  You like to talk a lot about ethics on this forum, but I've seen no evidence that you've actual engaged in any significant study of the field.  All you do…"
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Michael J. K. replied to Joe W's discussion Introductions in the group Fathers and Sons
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Matt posted a discussion

The art of doing and not thinking

Hi ThereSo first of all I want to explain - Obviously the title is a little incorrect when read literally. I'm well aware that most actions should have some thought behind them, and failure to think things through before doing them can lead to rash decisions and impulsive actions that may harbour undesirable consequences.I simply ask really, is there any method behind becoming a man of action.I know many of the articles on here touch on this in one way or another, but I'm curious to learn more.…See More
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Brad Williams replied to Regular Joe's discussion To circumcise or not to circumcise . . .
"Actually people do this all the time.  I assume you've never done cocaine and never will, but you should teach your children why it's a bad idea. I assume you've never lied to a woman to get her in bed and never would, and yet…"
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Brad Williams replied to Regular Joe's discussion To circumcise or not to circumcise . . .
"Jack called me a coward for not having kids.  He insulted me and assumed my reasons for living life as I please.  He is completely in the wrong.  I wanted to see if he was man enough to apologize. It's a strange world we live in…"
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Nate replied to Nate's discussion Project Management
"Thanks guys for your help. I guess I'm just looking for the best way to break into PM. I run a multi-state counseling program, supervise about 20 staff etc. I have designed and maintained dozens of systems for many of processes. I have analytic…"
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