Edwardian Sportsmens' Club

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Edwardian Sportsmens' Club

The group for those of us that take interest in pleasurable leisure pursuits as they existed in their primitive days a century ago. HIckory golfers, motorists, cyclists, players, hunters, fishermen, gentlemen atheletes etc. are all welcome here!

Members: 14
Latest Activity: May 15, 2016

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What do you like to do?

Started by Jakob P. G.. Last reply by Daniel Fallin Sep 17, 2013. 15 Replies

A very simple and vauge question just to kick things off here, seeing as though there are very few members as of late. Personally, I've always liked anything and everything associated with the Grand…Continue

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Comment by Guy Miller on September 24, 2013 at 11:29am

I've fished for native brook trout in small mountain streams in Pennsylvania. A favorite sport, though not to Edwardian as I use cheese or corn as bait.

Comment by Jakob P. G. on March 23, 2011 at 9:04pm
Have any of you had the oppertunity to fish for brook trout? They're beautiful little fish, and catching them requires a rather unique method.
 

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J. Exalto replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"Are you saying people in poor countries without such generous welfare systems don't need jobs more than people who live in North America?  It's hard to be unemployed anywhere, sure, but I can't imagine it being easier to be in…"
1 hour ago
Shane replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"Why are you getting rejected?"
3 hours ago
Shane replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"I'm sure they need them more than people in North America do. Stopped reading right there."
3 hours ago
J. Exalto added a discussion to the group The Great Debate
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Globalism

There's been a lot of talk about globalism lately, so I want to get people's opinions on whether it's a good thing or not (it's not necessary to read and respond to the following diatribe, a simple answer to this question would be appreciated).From my perspective, it's unequivocally a good thing that happens to have bad consequences for some people, but benefits the same people in some ways as well.  I understand that a lot of small, one-industry towns are dying, partially as a result of…See More
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Danny replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"This may be a bit of a stress but have you considered doing two part time roles at the same time? I don't know if it will affect your taxes or impose a penalty on your 'second' income or anything like that but you could make the hours…"
5 hours ago
Drew replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"Hi everyone, Thanks for the replies. My fiancee doesn't drive and there's not much public transport at night in this area (if any) so her getting a night job isn't really an option. I don't have a particular job in mind at the…"
6 hours ago
Danny replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"Hello! Are you working mainly night shifts because there aren't any vacancies elsewhere in the hotel? A move to another department could work out better for your schedules. It's not ridiculous that you're unhappy about not seeing…"
7 hours ago
Jack Bauer replied to Pale Horse's discussion Best Methods for Cutting Down on Sweets
"On snacks ... find a satisfying alternative.  Preferably one that's filling.  Meaning higher protein than most snacks.  I prefer cheese, pecans or jerky. On drinks ... maybe replace one or two drinks a day with something better…"
7 hours ago

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