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The Kilted Ones

"A man in a kilt is a man and a half." A place to discuss anything related to the wearing of the kilt.

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Latest Activity: Dec 30, 2016

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Whatcha got under there, handsome?

Started by Jesse Sherfey-Hinds. Last reply by Southern Gent Dec 30, 2016. 20 Replies

Where Do You Wear Your Kilt(s)?

Started by Jamie Fellrath. Last reply by Steve Andrewsm Jan 27, 2016. 27 Replies

Best places to buy kilts

Started by Jared J. King. Last reply by P. M. MacKenzie May 28, 2013. 5 Replies

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Comment by Paul MacAlindin on July 31, 2016 at 10:46am
Comment by Ian Wilson on October 29, 2015 at 8:27pm

congrats Daniel!

Comment by Daniel Forrester on October 27, 2015 at 9:20am

Got my first kilt last night, and it took all of about 2 minutes of wearing it to realize two things: I'm gonna need more kilts, and I want to never *not* wear a kilt again.

Comment by Brian S on August 17, 2015 at 4:58am

I normally wear the kilt to formal occasions, the guy in the pic clearly has no such illusions! Good for him!

Comment by Paul MacAlindin on August 15, 2015 at 3:27am

Some favourite Kilt pics:

Comment by Paul MacAlindin on August 8, 2015 at 10:43am

Scot here, living in Germany. Love guys in kilts, love being in one!

Comment by Ian Wilson on April 2, 2015 at 7:38pm

thanks for the reminder!

Comment by Roger A. on April 2, 2015 at 7:25pm

Comment by Roger A. on April 2, 2015 at 7:23pm

Don't forget...Monday April 6 is National Tartan Day!

Comment by Brian S on May 15, 2013 at 1:32am

Hi Jared, yea the thobe is very comfortable...different Emirates have different style so you can tell where guys are from by the design. Very cool for the hot summers even around the house.

 

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The Cost Disease

[I]n the past fifty years, education costs have doubled, college costs have dectupled, health insurance costs have dectupled, subway costs have at least dectupled, and housing costs have increased by about fifty percent. US health care costs about four times as much as equivalent health care in other First World countries; US subways cost about eight times as much as equivalent subways in other First World countries...[A]ll of the numbers above are inflation-adjusted....And this is especially…See More
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Sir replied to David R.'s discussion "Iron sharpens iron" in the group The Great Debate
""Jewish person": one modern wordsmithing technique is to emphasize the person not the grouping. Jewish person, not Jew; person with Down syndrome, not Mongoloid; child with special needs, not cripple (ack). It's hard for me to see a…"
1 hour ago
Pale Horse replied to David R.'s discussion "Iron sharpens iron" in the group The Great Debate
"Yeah I understand it, just wanted to point out that semantic shifts have happened with the Jewish race as well. Also, it's probably more justified than the other shifts for the reasons you mentioned, except for maybe the word negro."
4 hours ago
Liam Strain replied to David R.'s discussion "Iron sharpens iron" in the group The Great Debate
"And that's totally understandable. But that doesn't mean you may not be subject to social repercussions, even if misguided. Buck the system all you want, but it is much more likely to hurt you, than the system. I choose to pick my battles…"
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Liam Strain replied to David R.'s discussion "Iron sharpens iron" in the group The Great Debate
"It has to do with how it is used.  A non-jewish person saying "Oh, you know Peter, he's a real Jew..." often carries some negative connotations. The way the term has been used by some, nearly puts in in a pejorative category -…"
6 hours ago
Pale Horse replied to David R.'s discussion "Iron sharpens iron" in the group The Great Debate
"That's true, but I do think it's noteworthy that some people get their feathers ruffled when you say "Jew," the noun. Now it's "Jewish person.""
7 hours ago
Pale Horse replied to David R.'s discussion "Iron sharpens iron" in the group The Great Debate
"Censoring, in some cases, is a strong word. But it is a strong word when it applies to political correctness as well. At the least, those fixated on being PC will shut you out or label you for using the word that isn't "in," or…"
7 hours ago
Liam Strain replied to David R.'s discussion "Iron sharpens iron" in the group The Great Debate
""if there needs to be a change, the leaders of the change should be members of the group. For self-appointed guardians to decide for other ethnicities what they should be offended by seems pretty demeaning."Of course. By the same token,…"
10 hours ago

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