Hello all! I've been reading this site with a few buddies since high school and am now in my senior year of college and beginning to figure out myself as a man. I'm a political science major at the University of Tennessee, plan to attend law school next fall, and through my studies, I have grown exceedingly fed-up with the modern man. Specifically with regards to the general public's view of a Southern Christian. This site and many of you give me some semblance of faith in the future of men.

There are some questions I can't find answers to elsewhere and wonder if you all might be of some assistance:

1. Where do I go to learn to hunt/find places in E. TN to hunt? Nobody in my family is very outdoorsy, so when it comes to hunting and fly-fishing, I'm pretty much on my own here, literally.

2. What's the best beard-conditioner? My skin gets all flaky when my beard gets longer, but I have sensitive skin and some conditioners make me break out really bad.

3. Any suggestions on where/how to learn to bare-knuckle box? I have a lovely girlfriend who I might have to knuckle-up for at some point and would like to know how to do so.

4. To those of you who have gone/are in law school, what's the best piece of advice you have to offer?


Thanks for your help!

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