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AoM Los Angeles

A group of Dodgers-watchin', beer drinkin' Manly men

Location: Los Angeles, CA
Members: 28
Latest Activity: Jan 19, 2015

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Comment by Jim on April 9, 2012 at 11:11am

Count me in!!!

Comment by Joe Edward on April 9, 2012 at 10:52am

Tomorrow is one of the best days in L.A.:  Dodgers Home Opener!  It's going to be a great season.  Let's plan a game soon.

Comment by alophant on April 9, 2012 at 6:33am

here. Culver City.

Comment by Jim on April 8, 2012 at 12:31pm

Where are my LA/SO CAL brothers at?

Comment by Jim on April 4, 2012 at 11:59am

Opening day pf baseball season is tomorrow!!! Let's go DODGERS!

Comment by John Clanton on August 2, 2010 at 3:21pm
Haha. I work in LA County, but much further south than you in El Segundo.
Comment by John Clanton on August 2, 2010 at 3:11pm
Ahhh gotcha. Kinda near Six Flags...
Comment by John Clanton on August 2, 2010 at 3:05pm
Josh, do you live in AV?
Comment by Adam on June 27, 2010 at 7:06pm
Hello hello?

I've been living in Los Angeles for six months. Can anyone suggest a bookstore (other than Book Soup off of sunset) in the LA area?
Comment by John Clanton on May 3, 2010 at 9:54am
Can't make Tuesdays. I'm out on this one.
 

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I have been tempted to buy a package of Trojan (super-size) condoms -- even though I certainly don't need them -- just to see the reaction of the clerk when I check out.  ;)See More
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Heath Edward O'Donnell replied to Heath Edward O'Donnell's discussion Gaming and Proper Social Actions
"Mainly comes when there is a change towards mainstream for the fandom. D&D took off hugely in the last 3 years thanks to Game of Thrones, Critical Role, and other shows that have vastly increased the number of people getting into the hobby. Same…"
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Sir replied to Heath Edward O'Donnell's discussion Gaming and Proper Social Actions
"I can't imagine excluding newbies.  Maybe there are others that find it natural."
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Lumberjoe replied to Heath Edward O'Donnell's discussion Gaming and Proper Social Actions
"Understandably? Why understandably? I can think of plenty of sub-cultures in similar situations that nonetheless welcome noobies so long as the latter demonstrate a certain respect in regards to the sub-culture itself."
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David F. replied to Brad's discussion I've lost a lot of weight! How should I expect my life to change?
"I have always been on the skinny side.  I just end up with an extra layer on.  It may just be a simple fact that you need a few extra layers. As to friends drifting away.  I hit that when my son was born.  All my friends did not…"
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Pale Horse replied to Heath Edward O'Donnell's discussion Gaming and Proper Social Actions
"+1 There is also, understandably, a culture of exclusion in most fandom-type groups, against great numbers of incoming "fans." Nobody wants their hobby invaded by poseurs and wannabes. This is exacerbated when those wannabes not only think…"
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Lumberjoe replied to Heath Edward O'Donnell's discussion Gaming and Proper Social Actions
"I admit I don't know anything about that. But the movie, on its own, was simply terrible. Not terrible because it was cramming feminism down anyone's throat, though, because IMO that never happened at any point in the movie. It was just…"
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Jack Bauer replied to Heath Edward O'Donnell's discussion Gaming and Proper Social Actions
"With GB, the politics was in the choice of director and the casting, and in the extra-curricular statements and press. Not in the script. Mostly. It certainly wasn't an "assumption", though. It was said outright. JB"
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