Christopher Horacek
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Club Name?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nick H Jul 30, 2013. 20 Replies

Hey everyone, I'm considering the idea to start a club this year at my high school focusing on restoring the lost art of manliness and becoming better men(or women) in the world today. We will meet…Continue

Hello Gentlemen!

Started Jul 28, 2013 0 Replies

Hello fellow men, I just wanted to offer my introduction to everyone. My name is Christopher, and I'am an 18 year old male from Georgia, an avid outdoors-man, mostly climbing, backpacking,hiking, and…Continue

 

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Nick H replied to Christopher Horacek's discussion Club Name?
Jul 30, 2013
Michael replied to Christopher Horacek's discussion Club Name?
"Try "Art of Manliness" of course with permission from Brett."
Jul 29, 2013
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Jul 29, 2013
Malavacious replied to Christopher Horacek's discussion Club Name?
"Brotherhood of General Studliness :)"
Jul 29, 2013
Kevin Baculanta replied to Christopher Horacek's discussion Club Name?
"The OK club or classic club. life skills club sounds good too"
Jul 29, 2013
Rick Shelton replied to Christopher Horacek's discussion Club Name?
"I agree with the Gender Neutral name.  As a public institution the school has to require clubs and groups include anyone who wishes to join and if the name is  or sounds exclusive then the idea would fall flat quickly.  Life Skills…"
Jul 29, 2013
Thomas replied to Christopher Horacek's discussion Club Name?
"I'm finding it difficult to put words to my thoughts here, so bear with me if my idea sounds a bit askew. There is no need to count out any topic, like shaving, regardless of how many girls join the club. It's all a matter of keeping a…"
Jul 29, 2013
D.J. replied to Christopher Horacek's discussion Club Name?
"I like your idea to form a young man's club, because I think its obvious today's young men need such an organization. But as Vytautas says, you're going to have to be inclusive of women. "
Jul 29, 2013
Christopher Horacek replied to Christopher Horacek's discussion Club Name?
"I think simple is good, too. Mabye The Gentlmen Alliance, or The Cavailer Club, though I do like the ring of " Order of.....". Thanks!"
Jul 29, 2013
Christopher Horacek replied to Christopher Horacek's discussion Club Name?
"Mhm, I think your right. Definitely no shaving lessons if more than a few girls join, haha. I guess I'll just see how it plays out. Might just turn into a life skills/survival club, though I would still mostly like to focus on the…"
Jul 29, 2013
D.J. replied to Christopher Horacek's discussion Club Name?
"If it's just a name you're looking for, simple is good. "The Young Men's Club" or something that begins with "Sons of..." or "Order of...". Basing your club off a fraternal organization could be a good…"
Jul 29, 2013
Vytautas replied to Christopher Horacek's discussion Club Name?
"I under"
Jul 29, 2013
Christopher Horacek replied to Christopher Horacek's discussion Club Name?
"That sounds like an awesome idea! I definitely am going to try my best to work with the school! Thanks!"
Jul 29, 2013
Christopher Horacek replied to Christopher Horacek's discussion Club Name?
"I suppose so, but more informal and less strict, which makes it more open to people with other obligations and such.  I don't think so, actually. Thank you for the input, but I'm simply searching for ideas for the name of such a club."
Jul 29, 2013
Vytautas replied to Christopher Horacek's discussion Club Name?
"Not re"
Jul 29, 2013
Thomas replied to Christopher Horacek's discussion Club Name?
"I"m going to be trying something similar at my school when it starts up again, and am considering calling it "Throwback Club". The club sort of revolves more around looking at how life was for young adults in different…"
Jul 29, 2013

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