Aaron K
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  • Jacksonville, FL
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Alexander S. Huber Jan 8, 2013. 1 Reply

"Where's the got-dang channel changer?  Jiminy Christmas!"This is something that my stepdad said a lot when I was growing up.  From running around my town at my friends houses, being around their…Continue

Tags: childhood, children, communication, Dad

Greetings From Florida!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Niles Jan 8, 2013. 1 Reply

Hello, fellow AoM readers!  I'm happy to finally be a part of the community.I'm in the U.S. navy and discovered this site at the recommendation of a friend over the course of deployment in the Middle…Continue


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Alexander S. Huber replied to Aaron K's discussion Dadisms
"The only word I can remember is Clicker for TV Remote (that's what I call it too) But he always would use an extremely heavy "Pittsburghese" accent when he was trying to be funny.  Anyone from Pittsburgh or has friends/family…"
Jan 8, 2013
Aaron K joined Stephen Farrar's group

The Armed Forces

This group is for all AoM readers who have an association with the armed forces, be it past, present, or future. If you served in a branch of the military yourself, please tell us about your experiences and what the military has meant for your life.See More
Jan 6, 2013
Aaron K commented on Wesley Daniel Sumrall's group AoM Florida
"Jacksonville/Jacksonville Beach area here!  From Illinois originally, moved here in '09 for the navy."
Jan 6, 2013
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AoM Florida

A group for the manly men of Florida to network, organize events, and discuss anything and everything related to being a man in the Sunshine State.
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Aaron K replied to Corbin's discussion Should I put $2 bills in my wallet?
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Elliot James added a discussion to the group Writers

Poem I wrote the night before I overdosed in 2010. No title, just talks about heartbreak, suicide, and sadness.

Oh fair maidenDo you sing to the sea like I cry to the moonWith a heart of sorrow and tales of blueTears streaming like banners beneath a midnight skyAching pains which never die?Do you stare with eyes red like your flushed cheeksDo you whisper her name like I choke on yours for weeksDo you taste the thousand regrets and lies on your tongueLike whiskey burning with the fury of the sun? Does time fly past you like little birdsDoes nothing ever sparkle, even the prettiest of wordsDo you scratch…See More
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David R. replied to certified male's discussion Walking around the house naked
"My general rule is this: If the other person(s) I share the house with (spouse, children, roommate, housemate, etc.) feel(s) uncomfortable with my being naked, then I don't do it unless I am all alone."
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Jay replied to Jay's discussion Is it possible to accurately predict someone else's past or present emotions?
"The emotions felt during past or present experiences. Future ones could be predicted but can't be confirmed by the individual as they haven't been experienced yet.The emotions you experienced are: 'Compassion tinged with a feeling of…"
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Sir replied to Jay's discussion Is it possible to accurately predict someone else's past or present emotions?
"I'm unclear on what it means to predict past or present, rather than future, events. OK, so my mood is calm (or is it anxious?), perception is -1, and reaction is -3.  What can you get from this?"
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