New here. I aspire to raise buffalo but am currently stuck with my nose on the grindstone vainly trying to get caught up on bills. I love hunting and fishing and basically anything outdoors. Grew up on a farm and I've got agriculture runnig deep in my viens. Tried the city life for a bit and am glad be living in a farm town with a population barely over 1000 now. Lots of ambition in life but no clue how to accomplish it because I can never get ahead on my bills. Anywho, glad to be here

Views: 33

Reply to This

Replies to This Discussion

Welcome to Art of Manliness!

You sound like me and, well, alot of guys I know.  Welcome and good luck with your buffalo dreams. 

RSS

Latest Activity

Rick Shelton replied to Brad Williams's discussion Self-Defense Without Guns
"Bigger bombs as well."
5 minutes ago
Jack Bauer replied to Brad Williams's discussion Self-Defense Without Guns
"I carry both.  I don't see a problem with either.  9mm may take a couple extra shots to stop a really big, really motivated attacker ... but they also carry a lot more rounds, so it evens out.   My .45 carries 7, so it…"
6 minutes ago
Rick Shelton replied to Brad Williams's discussion Self-Defense Without Guns
"I'd heard something about it in the past week they were rating the various H2H methods and the SOF was rated higher than Krav, which makes sense as SOF is constantly evolving.  They also lead me to believe that there are schools out there…"
7 minutes ago
Jack Bauer replied to Brad Williams's discussion Self-Defense Without Guns
"They're bigger rounds with better stopping power.  A 9mm is the weapon of choice for many, but it will often take a few hits center-mass to stop somebody.  .45s tear bigger holes, so it takes less shots to stop. JB"
15 minutes ago
David F. replied to Brad Williams's discussion Self-Defense Without Guns
"Not a huge gun person, so I'll ask. Rule 25.  Why? Overall I like the rules. "
23 minutes ago
Jonathan replied to Jared Wyllys's discussion Is cologne manly?
"I am 20 years old and in August I bought for the first time cologne from Macy's. I picked out a cologne called Invictus by Paco Rabanne. I enjoy the scent as do my friends and girlfriend. I rarely wear it, only on special occasions like…"
30 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Keeping Our Skills Sharp in the group Interpreters and Translators
"Why do I say alarmingly?  Because they're often the ones called on to interpret for the lawyer, the doctor, the tax accountant, or the teacher--and when the language register goes beyond their ability, they often just fake it.  People…"
34 minutes ago
Profile IconRegular Joe and Alberto joined Chad's group
Thumbnail

Interpreters and Translators

Do you work in the field of translation or interpretation?This group is a place to discuss and debate the ever changing field.See More
34 minutes ago

© 2014   Created by Brett McKay.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service