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Adam Burbey's Discussions

The league of tears and the breakdown of the stoic

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ricky Oct 2, 2013. 117 Replies

A group known as the "League of Tears" is growing and gaining speed. Their aim; to encourage men to cry....at almost ANYTHING.I understand that there are times for men to cry (every man has his own…Continue

Tags: men who cry

Spare the rod, spoil the child

Started this discussion. Last reply by Will Gentile Mar 26, 2011. 135 Replies

My fiancé and I were debating how we would punish our children in the future for bad behavior. I said I'd punish in the same manner as I was punished, with the hand. My father spanked or swatted me.…Continue

Tags: spare the rod, spoil the child

Guys night!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Carl Monster Mar 18, 2011. 14 Replies

I'm sure this has been discussed, maybe I missed it.. Either way, what do you like to do on guy night? Everyone of us has had one, whethe it's just you at home, or you and your buddies going out and…Continue

Tags: guys night out, guys night in

Is it unmanly to go home sick?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stephen Dec 13, 2010. 28 Replies

My father went 17 years without calling in sick. He set a company record. I use him as a bell standard for work ethic and dedication...however Ive had to call in sick. For a flu, explosive bowel…Continue

Tags: is it unmanly to call in sick

 

Adam Burbey's Page

Latest Activity

Adam Burbey replied to Native Son's discussion Building/rebuilding fitness after illness. in the group Exercise
"The key is to find a decent work level, and add to it each time.if 10 minutes of running was just hard enough, add 1 minute to it, then add more next time. If 20 push ups was hard, try 22 next time, then 24.. Same with stretching, but stretch each…"
Dec 31, 2013
Adam Burbey replied to Native Son's discussion Building/rebuilding fitness after illness. in the group Exercise
"I'd start light with walking. Make it a point to walk 10-20 minutes at a time maybe 2 times a day, 3 if possible. Work up to it of course. Stretch for 10 minutes after you've completed each walk. Slowly build up to running and longer…"
Dec 31, 2013
Ricky replied to Adam Burbey's discussion The league of tears and the breakdown of the stoic
"I think it's interesting what brings the tears - I can certainly relate to crying over losing animals or family members - I have lost both my dad and my older brother. I have cried when a romantic relationship dissolved. Is it really…"
Oct 2, 2013
Andrew replied to Adam Burbey's discussion The league of tears and the breakdown of the stoic
"I remember that we had two cats growing up.  One of them died while I was away serving an LDS mission.  I felt quite distraught.  The second, we decided to euthanize when he started to show signs of a bladder infection.  My dad…"
Oct 2, 2013
Andrew replied to Adam Burbey's discussion The league of tears and the breakdown of the stoic
"Personally I think that crying at anything might be taking it too far.  Being in touch with all of my feelings, sadness, anger, fear, and happiness is very healthy and makes me more well rounded.  All in all, there is a time for setting my…"
Oct 2, 2013
Cody replied to Adam Burbey's discussion The league of tears and the breakdown of the stoic
"I have personally witnessed groups of men weeping, snotting and wailing......it involved pepper spray."
Oct 2, 2013
Nate Thallas replied to Adam Burbey's discussion The league of tears and the breakdown of the stoic
"Eh. I'm about 80/20 against/for this. I come from a family where all the men are very expressive- huggers, jokers, not afraid to show emotion if the situation calls for  it. To an extent, i can be that way (although my job and other life…"
Oct 1, 2013
Ricky replied to Adam Burbey's discussion The league of tears and the breakdown of the stoic
"I think I cry more than the average guy I think - Part of that is that I cry when I'm angry - I remember beating my brother head against the concrete with tears streaming down my face.  From then on if I ever started to cry my brother left…"
Oct 1, 2013
Adam Burbey replied to Daniel G.'s discussion Workouts in the group Exercise
"It'll get thicker as well. But remember to eat! If you want man size you gotta eat man sized. And remember to check out any local parks for work out apparaty. They usually have pull up bars, or something you am use. Where there is a will there…"
Sep 27, 2012
Adam Burbey replied to Daniel G.'s discussion Workouts in the group Exercise
"Use a wall for support. It'll help you get stronger and a tighter core. Negative talk will breed negative results."
Sep 27, 2012
Adam Burbey replied to Daniel G.'s discussion Workouts in the group Exercise
"Pull-ups, push-ups, hand stand push-ups, body weight squats, odd object training. Never underestimate the power and strength you can gain from lifting a big ass rock. I know it sounds dumb, but I have books and know guys who are all about a pile of…"
Sep 27, 2012
Adam Burbey replied to Daniel G.'s discussion Workouts in the group Exercise
"I suggest 3 workouts a week on alternating days with a 2 day "weekend" break. And for legs I suggest squats (front or back), goblet squats, and calf raises if wanted."
Sep 26, 2012
Adam Burbey is now friends with Daniel Bull and J MO
Jun 25, 2012
Adam Burbey commented on Steven C.'s group Exercise
"Kettle bells are pretty cool. I do t use them myself, but the absolute strongest guy I have ever met ONLY used them and body weight workouts...this guy was 5'8" 145 lbs and could deadlift 400."
Mar 27, 2012
Adam Burbey and JP are now friends
Mar 27, 2012
Adam Burbey and Beauregard Sparticus are now friends
Mar 1, 2012

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Interests
Working out, drinking good beer in good bars or taverns, eating good food with good people, reading, and general manly activities.

I'm also very much into MMA, have been for about 4 years
Books
Anything by Christopher Moore
the Great Gatsby
Sherlock Holmes Novels

and I'm currently beginning the 100 books men need to read list
Movies
Any and all
Music
Flogging Molly
Dropkick Murphys

anything really
Quote
You don't have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great.

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At 6:46pm on September 30, 2011, Davis said…

Adam, thanks for the friend add.

 

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At 2:30pm on August 28, 2011, Ray Baker said…
Hello Adam...  Thanks for joining the group...  Hope you will enjoy being a member of our group.
At 8:10pm on August 27, 2011, Rodrigo Guardia said…
thank you for adding to my friend list.
At 10:22am on January 25, 2011, Slacker said…

Cleaned up some comments from our disagreement on Moore to reduce clutter in the forum.

 

Didn't want you to think I was deleting posts for no reason.

 
 
 

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"i am 5' 7".  i don't feel short at all.  oddly, people tell me i am short, make short jokes, etc... but it just doesn't faze me, never has.  sometimes i realize i am always looking up at other men when standing…"
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Walter B. Pewen replied to Shane's discussion Government Services in the group The Great Debate
"This is why econ was a drag in college.  Marx or Libertarian.  Assumptions about human behavior by people who have no training in behavioral science."
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John Muir replied to Shane's discussion Government Services in the group The Great Debate
"A few disjointed thoughts, for what little they're worth: America is far more "socialist" than I think a portion of the public believes. In other countries I've been to, business is much less encumbered by regulation. BUT,…"
2 hours ago
Will replied to John Muir's discussion Bulk Shopping For Staples
"You must have had some bad hummus."
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Will replied to John Muir's discussion Bulk Shopping For Staples
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Rebekah replied to John Muir's discussion Bulk Shopping For Staples
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