Rebellious Whiskers
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Greetings!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rebellious Whiskers Apr 28. 11 Replies

I am glad to find a site devoted to the art of manliness! I am engaged and soon to be a stepdad to two girls. I grew up as the only boy (I had three younger sisters). Thank god I have found a place…Continue

 

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Jeremy Frank replied to Rebellious Whiskers's discussion How Many Coasties Do We Have Here? in the group The Armed Forces
"MST1/E6"
Oct 7
Brett Shirley replied to Rebellious Whiskers's discussion How Many Coasties Do We Have Here? in the group The Armed Forces
"OS/E5 - 2006-2010"
Jul 8
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Men of Louisiana

This group is specifically for the men of Louisiana.Requirements:1. Be a man2. Be from LouisianaSee More
May 8
Rebellious Whiskers commented on Chad's group Hairy Men
"How womanly it is for one who is a man to comb himself and shave himself with a razor, for the sake of fine effect, and to arrange his hair at the mirror, shave his cheeks, pluck hairs out of them, and smooth them!…For God wished women to be…"
May 5
Rebellious Whiskers commented on Andrew's group Men with Beards
"How womanly it is for one who is a man to comb himself and shave himself with a razor, for the sake of fine effect, and to arrange his hair at the mirror, shave his cheeks, pluck hairs out of them, and smooth them!…For God wished women to be…"
May 5
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Apr 30
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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
Apr 30
Rebellious Whiskers commented on Andrew's group Men with Beards
"Jack Bauer: That article is hilarious! Thanks for posting it!"
Apr 29
Rebellious Whiskers replied to Rebellious Whiskers's discussion Greetings!
"Hi Shawn, and welcome to you as well! I would probably not move back because I've grown to love the New Orleans area. But, I would certainly love to make a trip back for a vacation one day! I work in in fluid connector sales, mainly for the…"
Apr 28
Shawn replied to Rebellious Whiskers's discussion Greetings!
"I'm a new member as well, but want to say, "Welcome!" I love the site's devotion to manliness as well!  Thanks for the service, first off! It's definitely appreciated.  Any chance you'd move the family back to…"
Apr 28
Rebellious Whiskers joined Andrew's group
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Men with Beards

For men with beards to show and share the great life of having a beard. Can there be anything more manly than a beard?
Apr 28
Rebellious Whiskers replied to Rebellious Whiskers's discussion Greetings!
"Thank you Augustin!"
Apr 25
Augustin replied to Rebellious Whiskers's discussion Greetings!
"Welcome aboard!"
Apr 25
Andrew replied to Rebellious Whiskers's discussion Greetings!
"You're welcome!"
Apr 25
Rebellious Whiskers replied to Rebellious Whiskers's discussion Greetings!
"Thanks Andrew! "
Apr 25

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http://alexandertipton.wix.com/coastguard#!
Interests
exercise, gardening, family, facial hair, timepieces, reading
Books
The Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
The Book of Five Rings
Art of War
Movies
The entire Star Trek movie collection
Jeremiah Johnson
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Whatever makes me move
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"There are many kinds of agitation. One is a feeling of danger, a second is a feeling that something is beyond your capability and a third is a feeling of the unexpected. This should be investigated thoroughly."
-Miyamoto Musashi

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