Bearwolf
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Clinton R. Ausmus replied to Bearwolf's discussion A Queston For Those With MPB That Don't Shave Their Heads in the group Bald Men
"I just buzz mine with my clippers.  Trim it once a week."
Feb 6
Bearwolf added a discussion to the group Bald Men
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A Queston For Those With MPB That Don't Shave Their Heads

After ten years of shaving my head I let it grow out a couple of months ago and realized I don't really have that much on top. I decided today to start shaving again but still like the idea of growing it out. I was wondering if those in the group that don't shave and just trim your hair if you just buzz it down or go to the barber. I also wondered if you shave the fuzz you have on the top of your head, buzz it or let the barber take care of it.See More
Feb 6
Dustin M. Wyatt replied to Bearwolf's discussion Pipe Smoking: Habit or Hobby in the group The Smoking Lounge
"I am habitually addicted to nicotine, and I make no excuses for it. That being said, pipes are the least efficient way for me to put nicotine into my body. For me, pipes are a hobby, cigars are a treat, and other forms of tobacco are nicotine…"
Aug 30, 2013
Bearwolf added a discussion to the group The Smoking Lounge
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Pipe Smoking: Habit or Hobby

For you pipe smokers out there, do you consider your pipe smoking a hobby or habit? I do realize that there could be overlap between the two. For me even though I usually only get one bowl a day I consider mine a habit. I started smoking a pipe back in 2008 when I quit smoking cigarettes. I needed something to take the place of a cigarette with my morning coffee, my last hurdle to quitting. Now I don't feel right if I don't get at least one bowl in the morning. I also smoke a pipe for the…See More
Aug 30, 2013
Peter S left a comment for Bearwolf
"I don't know why but as of right now I see a green dot by your name."
Apr 20, 2013
Bearwolf added a discussion to the group Wet Shaving (No Spam!)
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Shaving Before The Sixties

I was wondering if anyone in the group started shaving in the 40's or 50's and can tell me how men shaved back then. By the time I started shaving there were double edged disposable razors and canned shaving cream. Also I had to learn on my own. The reason I asked is this was an era when few if any men had any facial hair and most shaved daily. I can't see those men doing two or three passes to get a baby smooth shave and spending twenty minutes each day shaving. So I was wondering what razors…See More
Feb 25, 2013
Peter S left a comment for Bearwolf
"Hi Bearwolf thanks for the friend request!  We tested the hangouts quite extensively and at one time we had 2 computers each in the hangouts."
Dec 20, 2012
Bearwolf joined thehuhman's group
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Men Over 50

For the slightly older guys. (those who've already received the letter from AARP!) Let's just see how many of us are proud to have made it this far!See More
Apr 7, 2012
Bearwolf joined Christopher McLaughlin's group
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Bald Men

a group for bald men you are manly enough to show there shiny cranium! Weather by choice by shaving their head, or not by choice, and don't cover it with a hat.
Nov 2, 2011
Connor Lawrence replied to Bearwolf's discussion Father Taught You How To Shave? in the group Real Shaving
"My dad taught me how to shave when I was in sixth grade. Pretty basic, canned foam, four blade razor, drag across face. I taught myself how to shave with a safety razor and eventually a straight razor."
Oct 9, 2011
Ryan Stefani replied to Bearwolf's discussion Father Taught You How To Shave? in the group Real Shaving
"I also find it funny that the advertisement on the top of the page is for a Braun electric shaver"
Sep 30, 2011
Ryan Stefani replied to Bearwolf's discussion Father Taught You How To Shave? in the group Real Shaving
"As an Italian I don't have much facial hair. Other then the cliche Mario looking mustache, the rest of my face grows in patches and does not connect (no manly beard). I'm currently growing a van dyke but that is as far as I can…"
Sep 30, 2011
Monty Smith replied to Bearwolf's discussion Father Taught You How To Shave? in the group Real Shaving
"I can remember watching my dad shave when I was very young, but by the time I started shaving he had long been a full beard man. When my time came he gave me an old Norelco electric shaver that had been the last thing he used before he grew his…"
Sep 29, 2011

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At 6:28pm on April 20, 2013, Peter S said…

I don't know why but as of right now I see a green dot by your name.

At 12:04am on December 20, 2012, Peter S said…

Hi Bearwolf thanks for the friend request!  We tested the hangouts quite extensively and at one time we had 2 computers each in the hangouts.

At 8:55am on August 28, 2011, Ray Baker said…
Thanks for joining the group, Bearwolf... Please feel free to contribute and visit often!
At 3:03pm on July 15, 2010, Michael S. Hilton said…
Happy birthday!
At 10:40am on July 15, 2010, Curtis Gregg Jr said…
Happy Birthday, Bearwolf!
At 4:19pm on May 19, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Hi there Bearwolf. Welcome to AoM. Also, I'd like to give you a friendly invite to check out my group, The Great Debate. Just click on "Groups." It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. It's also one of the most active groups on AoM. In any case, great to have you with us.
 
 
 

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J. D. replied to David Johns's discussion Teen boys today
"Personally, I see nothing at all wrong with stoicism, especially in men.  There's a world of difference between keeping your head when others around you are falling apart, and supressing feelings until the pressure is too much and…"
24 minutes ago
George Henry Robbins III replied to Brett McKay's discussion Who Are Some Unmanly Men?
"Nothing to do with politics. Carter was weasley, let others make his decisions, messed up the Iranian hostage big time, and was controlled by his wife and mother. Clinton was/is a whore who screws around on his wife unapologetically.  "
28 minutes ago
Tim Dienes added a discussion to the group The Poetry Club
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Our Core of Masculinity

Our core of masculinity, mine and yours, Is like a holy of holies, a source into which God poursOil of gladness Not just to anoint, but for fuel to fill the golden candlesticksTo burn and shine and power, to give us light in difficult hour.Why then do we have such trouble this holy place accessing?Do we fear the awesome power? Do we seek to control the blessing?Are we preoccupied with our manly flesh so visible to others?Is all that matters how I compare to my brothers?If we put aside our…See More
34 minutes ago
Tim Dienes added a discussion to the group The Shirtless Man
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Just imagine...what if

This would never happen, but use your imagination here:Suppose there was a day that it was mandatory for ALL men to go shirtless.What would it be like? How would you react? How would others react?Would you be in favor of such a day? Would you extend it to include boys of all ages, or over a certain age?Discuss!See More
41 minutes ago
Jack Bauer replied to Brett McKay's discussion Who Are Some Unmanly Men?
"Eh.  That's all political.  Carter was an honorable man.  Dumb as a sack of doorknobs ... but honorable.  Clinton was a bit of a cad, but had some solid guys-guy traits.  I wouldn't name either of them as…"
46 minutes ago
Tim Dienes replied to Brett McKay's discussion Who Are Some Unmanly Men?
"neither"
52 minutes ago
George Henry Robbins III replied to Brett McKay's discussion Who Are Some Unmanly Men?
"Jimmy Carter Bill Clinton"
55 minutes ago
EA Burt replied to EA Burt's discussion For The New Guys in the group Philosophers
"Wow that all just came together. Many thanks fellas, that gives me a better understanding. I figured the ancients might be one good place to begin. Meditations really just caught my eye, but I understand now what Bobby said about it. Thanks for…"
1 hour ago

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