Hello Gentlemen! My name is Matt and I am new to the forum here. I am from a small town in WV about an hour from out capital. I am a history teacher at the middle school level. To tell a little about myself I am a sports nut! I play rugby for the local team near my home. I discovered the game as an adult and have been playing for 4 years now. I love watching the Cincinnati Reds and Bengals. I am a graduate of Marshall University and love our athletic teams, The Thundering Herd. I run roughly 10 miles a week and truly enjoy that as my "forget the world around me" activity. I have many other interests non sports related. I love playing music and can play the guitar and Mandolin. I am also a fedora lover. I collect new and vintage fedoras and really enjoy hunting for them in old antique stores. I really look forward to meeting some like minded people.
"You did the right thing. It's natural to wonder about "the road not taken," and if you were to retaliate physically, you would probably be wishing you had tried to talk him down instead. If he had continued to push you around after…"
"that you missed the simple observation that women aren't bothered by the same sound in the word "hoist". So -- it's a lousy, overcomplicated theory that is so deep down the rabbit hole that it's borderline meaningless"
"I don't see that any of this dissertation on comparative linguistics, ancient languages, or primal ancestral sounds helps anyone figure why chicks are averse to the word "moist". Which was the original question.
There are three…"
"During the French Revolution, "right" referred to supporters of the monarchy or the establishment, and "left" referred to supporters of individual freedom.So the furthest left would've been nihilists or anarchists (like the…"
"That's basically what my theory is.Before languages were invented humans still would have made sounds to communicate basic messages.(Just like how chimps and other animals vocalize sounds. or how a baby cries to communicate a message that it…"