I lived in Arlington for a bit back in 2004 when I was working in D.C. I'm traveling back for a conference in a few weeks and was curious about a good place to get a straight razor shave. I recently…Continue
"Hampton, your comment reminds me of two really good books. First, "11 Days in December, Christmas at the Bulge" by Stanley Winetraub. Secondly, a book by Travis Ayers called "Bomber Boys" describes crewmen of the B-17. Each…"
"I see what you're saying, sorry for my knee jerk sarcasm. I agree times are much different. He had some other stories in which they could have eliminated targets but took prisoners instead. This being so early on in the campaign, I'm sure…"
"my grandfather was tank commander in Europe in Patton's 3rd Army, 7th Armored Division, 31st Tank Battalion. I had the pleasure of knowing him until I was 14. Military history is my hobby, and i've recently had the opportunity to match the…"
"my goodness brother, my heart breaks for you and your wife. My first child, a daughter is two weeks old tomorrow, and I'm choked up to even imagine. Three years ago my best friend lost a son this exact way. I know I don't have his…"
"I have a recipe you might like. Its at home though I'll try to remember to get it at lunch. I have had great success with it. In fact, we had some last night that I had frozen from my last batch and it was almost as good as fresh out the oven…"
A place for all the bakers out there. Come to discuss breads and the art of baking, e.g. things that have worked out or things that you just can't get to work. Open to the beginner and the artisan and everyone in between!
"ah yes let me correct myself. It wasn't minority literature. The colloqium was a study of dynamics of majority/minority populations in EU countries such as gypsies, Basque region of Spain, Muslims in former Yugoslavia and the UK and North…"
"I was simply listing the major courses I took. Developed nations was actually in the political geography department, a look at the major developed nations (U.S., Europe, Russia mostly) and the many aspects (political, cultural, geographic, natural…"
"I had two undergrad majors. International Relations and European Studies. It was a fair mix of diplomatic history/policy (American Foreign Policy, International Trade Policy, several International Relations colloquium on more current diplomatic…"
"my undergrad involved two classes explicity about war. Europe in the 20th Century, as it was titled, was strictly limited to World War I as it was a precursor to the professors next class, more appropriately titled, World War II. Two of the best…"
"Iron sharpens iron." A place for men to impact each other by debate and exchange of ideas. This is a group where no ideas are off limits. If your motto is, "I never talk about politics or religion," this group is probably not for you. A "gym" for thinkers.See More
"Evening gents, I currently work in university research but I've fulfilled the qualifications for a provisional teaching license. I am trying to teach secondary science (earth, physical, biology) but preferably something even more specific to my…"
Virtual staff room for visionary teachers of every discipline. This is a good place for educators to discuss their collective role in society--particularly in regards to their duty as role models for young men. What does it mean to be a male role model for young boys in the classroom? How can we serve them best? See More
"You can read books and posts, but what it really comes down to is experience and trial by fire. I've been an NCO for six years and I'm still developing my leadership style. Something to consider though is lessons learned from past and…"
"First of all, congratulations, Corporal! That's a big step, and one that prompts many to ask the very questions you are. Thankfully, our beloved Corps has provided you with all the tools you need already. Study the leadership traits and…"