"Sounds like you're overwhelming yourself man. But If it's so much that you put your fist through a wall, it sounds like you're going to need to seek some help outside of AoM. (talk to your wife, etc. and figure out a game plan to fix…"
"My Girlfriend just recently lost her Grandfather whom she was closer to than her own father. I simply just made sure that she knew I was going to be here for her and that I loved her.
Glad that you posted this btw Man! I'd been wanting to…"
"Heh. If you do it right, women like other 'rub' varieties quite a bit. I've seen it happen.
Not that I'd explicitly make the suggestion pre-marriage ... but, people keep making these weird comments as if romance and…"
"That's quite a nasty spin you put on it. Not exactly what I had in mind.
I figured they'd have a good-enough time alternating date-night-planning, and probably alleviate the ambush problem when she got a taste of it. I…"
"Let's get specific. What would you do for how to learn or how to read? Source selection?
By thesis writing, you mean position papers? What's the old-school aspect?
For bias identification, I can think of Brave New…"
"How to learn. How to read a book. Syntopical study. Persuasive writing. Argumentation. Logic. Old school thesis writing. Source selection. Bias identification.
I hear there's a lot of crossover between Philosophy majors and computer science.…"
My SO and I recently moved into a rental house and it has a brick mailbox but there is no flag or way of indicating outgoing mail. We had one in there for several days but it was never picked up. We had emptied the box and placed the mail in with the stamp out(It was the only thing we could think of) but it was never taken out.Is there some other method of letting the postman know that there is outgoing in the box? TIA, TravisSee More
"Common sense by Thomas Payne, Ther Federalist Papers, Almost a miracle by John E. Ferling, Socrates, Plato, The Ris and Fall of Rome. My favorite is writtwn by a Christian author and even thought I am not Christian I love it. The 3,000 Year Leap by…"