"I know this is an old thread and it's possible that I've already replied to this many years ago, but this can just be an updated version.
I have several hobbies, and always on the lookout for more.
I've always been fascinated by…"
""One thing that I have learned is don't mix your hobby/passion with work, you'll end up hating them. I really loved drawing and I drew/designed for clients and they drain the hell out of you."
I second this. I used to make…"
"How do you guys find time for hobbies? I, for example, know what I like to do, but I never find time to do anything other than read and peruse AOM (which I include in the reading hobby). In the past few months I haven't done anything. I…"
"I read a lot about military history. I collect old plates which illustrate battle sites, armors and famous commanders.Also I study German in my free time. It is very delightful and gives a wide perspective about language itself."
"I have a few, but don't know if you would consider everything manly, but I think they are sort modern man hobbies :P
I enjoy crossfitting, collecting watches, collecting pomades, collecting dress shoes+polishing them. With all those things i…"
""Most" car repairs are removing bolts take the part out, put the new part in, replace the bolts. (Until you get inside the engine or transmission). Older cars are easier to work on. Start there. Buy an old Chevy…"
" I have a few. One I started last year was studying for Ham Radio tests. My goal was to become extra class by the years end, but they didn't have a test through the time I was in need, so it carried over into this year. Also, last year was…"
"I also have a lot of hobbies. I build elaborate sand castles at the beach on vacation. I made a 5 string banjo that I play clawhammer style. I carve wood, draw pencil portraits, roast green coffee beans, learned to pick locks, juggle. I'm…"
"You should be proud of what you have accomplished, and you should also understand how statistically improbable it is to achieve what you managed to achieve.
Don't you feel any sympathy for people struggling like you had to? Can't you see…"
Hey Guys,I had a friendly conversation with a friend of my a few days back and we began discussing different views towards socialism between different generations.Today's younger generation appears to be very interested in socialism. In contrast, I used the example of the greatest generation fighting socialism in Germany and how previous generation have been taught that socialism is a bad thing.Basically, he didn't believe that the Nazi's were socialists at all and they had no ties with…See More
"Observing the Craft takes a general "traditional observance" approach to Freemasonry. To me, it makes a good case for getting back to the roots of what Freemasonry was in the enlightenment/romantic era of its time.
The Initiatic Experience…"