Alan Twigg
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  • Melbourne, Victoria
  • Australia
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Alan Twigg is now a member of Art of Manliness
Nov 1, 2012

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Website
http://www.goslaydragons.com
Interests
Music, Reading, Writing, Card games, Board games, Miniatures wargaming. Computer gaming. Role Playing games. Cycling,Records, Bags.
Being a better man.
Books
Starship Troopers, The Dark Tower series, Lawman Series, No Easy Day, Thunder Run, A Gift of Valour, Don Quixote. Conan, Solomon Kane.
Music
Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, Drive-by Truckers, Drew Kennedy, Josh Ritter, Johnny Cash, Tom T. Hall,
Quote
“The Reward of a thing well done is to have done it.”
- Ralph Waldo Emmerson

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Shane replied to Sir's discussion US Presidential primaries in the group The Great Debate
"Trump is destroying the political machine."
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Pale Horse replied to Sir's discussion US Presidential primaries in the group The Great Debate
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Shane replied to Sir's discussion US Presidential primaries in the group The Great Debate
"It's a lifetime average. Men generally earn more throughout their lives than women. They start work earlier in life, retire later in life, and don't take years out of the workforce for children. There's a whole lot of problems with…"
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Pale Horse replied to Sir's discussion US Presidential primaries in the group The Great Debate
"Shane-- Wages are what you earn when you are on a clock. Earnings encompass other forms of income, such as rent, interest, and royalties. What does this have to do with this? Are you saying that men generally receive more income in non-wage form?"
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Pale Horse replied to Sir's discussion US Presidential primaries in the group The Great Debate
"Liam-- Sixty percent of working mothers find it difficult to balance a job and a family. Twenty percent of fathers say having a family makes it more difficult to advance in their job, compared to forty-one percent of mothers. That strongly implies…"
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Shane replied to Sir's discussion US Presidential primaries in the group The Great Debate
"PH please learn the difference between wages and earnings. Then pass on that knowledge."
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Shane replied to Sir's discussion US Presidential primaries in the group The Great Debate
"Link?"
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Liam Strain replied to Sir's discussion US Presidential primaries in the group The Great Debate
"'I do think I did a decent job showing that mothers have a harder time holding a job than fathers' No. The data you provided did not demonstrate that. "
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