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Chuck Knight's Discussions

Sleeve length?

Started this discussion. Last reply by TKDlion Nov 20, 2014. 14 Replies

My question revolves around sleeve length.For those of you who remember where I started, my body shape has changed, massively, since last winter. Very proud of my progress. But that means that I…Continue

How to handle difficult people

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lucius Artorius Castus Feb 15, 2014. 29 Replies

Since the entire thread disappeared a moment ago, I figured I would help out by recreating it. So, just to document the original thread, here it is in all its glory, as originally created by user…Continue

Severe haircuts

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chuck Knight Apr 27. 49 Replies

Short military-style haircuts seem to be particularly popular right now, and they do look good on a lot of guys, but there are some of us like our hair to be not just short, but somewhat severe.  I,…Continue

Growing and styling a beard

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Dale Rogers Sep 25, 2012. 8 Replies

Tonight, I was chatting with one of my favorite barbers, and he keeps trying to convince me to shave my head in the spring.  Claims I'll love it...and it's at least possible that he's right,…Continue

 

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Chuck Knight replied to Moe Kanz's discussion Long hair gents...
"Absolutely true. But since the invention of hairstyles, they have been used to accentuate positive traits and camouflage negative ones. In western societies this means accentuating what we consider masculine facial traits by shifting the silhouette…"
3 hours ago
Chuck Knight replied to Joshua Hudson's discussion The Real Reason Women Cheat
"His argument is that women cheat because their hormones (time of ovulation) heighten an already present propensity to cheat when their men aren't manly enough. He makes two assumptions. One is that women who are paired up in man-woman couples…"
yesterday
Chuck Knight replied to Moe Kanz's discussion Long hair gents...
"He said it was in his senior year. Appearance does influence the way people interact with us, so I do believe his hair length was a factor. But also an increase in maturity, experience, and a more mature world view that comes as we approach…"
yesterday
Chuck Knight replied to Joshua Hudson's discussion The Real Reason Women Cheat
"One word. Asexuality. Your entire argument just fell apart."
yesterday
Chuck Knight replied to Joshua's discussion Democratic presidential nomination in the group The Great Debate
"And those protected sexual minority classes are listed, specifically, in the laws. For those falling outside those very specific descriptions, the possibility still exists. I had this discussion on reddit a few weeks ago."
yesterday
Chuck Knight replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
"And, for that use it is coded differently.     Medical coding is another thing altogether, but...when sold as birth control, that particular chemical compound is *only* for birth control."
yesterday
Chuck Knight replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
"Line by line translation into something resembling coherent modern English. How'd I do, GE? Exceptions existing for cases of rape, obviously. But consensual sex always includes the possibility of conception, however remote. And the largest…"
Friday
Chuck Knight replied to Moe Kanz's discussion Long hair gents...
"I concur. But only if it is a beard pony tail. If you're gonna go Viking, go full Viking."
Friday
Chuck Knight replied to Pale Horse's discussion After Chattanooga in the group The Great Debate
"That's what I get for trusting my memory. Sorry."
Jul 26
Chuck Knight replied to certified male's discussion Moustache twirl
"It's a lot of look. And it must be worn by you, or else it will dominate you and look silly. I know a number of men who wear handlebar mustaches daily, and they all look fantastic. It is a good look for them. Fancy, yes, but they claim the…"
Jul 26
Chuck Knight replied to Pale Horse's discussion After Chattanooga in the group The Great Debate
"My political positions are well known, so I won't bother going into that.  But it should put my response into perspective.   It is incumbent on the governors of the states from which each service member hailed, to lower their flags.…"
Jul 26
Chuck Knight replied to Nick the Clever's discussion Men of AoM, why aren't you..
"1. Working out at least 3 times a week? I lead a running group at my local park 3x a week, and am one of several moderators on the C25K subreddit, encouraging many others. 2. Eating healthy? I grow my own sprouts, hydroponically, and coach others…"
Jul 26
Chuck Knight replied to Larry Boettcher's discussion Cutting It Off? in the group Men with Beards
"A beard is just hair.  But, like the hair on our heads, it's a big part of our self image.  Unless it presented a safety hazard, like around machine tools, I would not expect it to present a problem.   Most of the issues people…"
Jul 26
Chuck Knight replied to Pale Horse's discussion After Chattanooga in the group The Great Debate
"Each of us is making an assumption as to motivation."
Jul 25
Chuck Knight replied to Pale Horse's discussion After Chattanooga in the group The Great Debate
"Actually, it really isn't.   Premise:  The terrorist has, as a goal, inflicting terror (fear or discomfort) on a group.   If that premise is correct, then allowing yourself to give in to the fear propagated by the terrorist would…"
Jul 25
Chuck Knight commented on Andrew's group Men with Beards
"My favorite is Roughneck products, but we each have to find what works for our unique needs. Heck, I started off using olive oil, straight from the grocery store.  It worked great, though the commercial beard oils work better for me."
Jul 25

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At 3:33pm on August 30, 2014, Bob Brower said…

chuck , i added you as a friend but i will remove you in a day or so after you read this . I do not accept friends on here or anywhere else .  do not "do " friends" this way . a friend is someone i have met someone i can go to dinner with and in one case i a guy i worked with and has now moved , but we have a history and we will always be friends . the word friend has great importance to me and i keep them few and close to my heart.  i wish there where a class for Friends in waiting(you would be in it) but there is not  . I can be reached here my board is wide open or on you tube , my channel is "cactus bobs place" stop by and or comment anytime.  thanks for the invite

At 6:22pm on June 15, 2014, Michael J. K. said…

hugs Chuck hope you are doing well and having fun

At 2:53am on April 7, 2014, Michael J. K. said…

wow some men do not know when they are being mean on here

I am not here to pick a fight, but I will not just stand there and be talked to like that.   It is not for others to tell me who is being mean to me.  If I felt hurt I felt hurt.   A lot of men were telling others how to do what to do and if their feelings were valid.   They also do not see the value in the softer side a being male.  It will take some time to understand the men who seemed rude and mean, but I do not need help seeing if someone is saying something hurtful.    I choose not to be like that it is my choice.  Reaching out is good.  Making fun of others is not okay.  I know there are people of all kinds here.  It is okay.  I have the right to be myself just like anyone.  Just because some people do not care for the way I am does not call for the way I was treated on the comment tread.  I was told the men were not mad by someone well it sure did not seem it was out of love.  I like what I see here and will continue to comment on things, but will not be told what to do or how to do something.  Or listen to other tell me who and what I am or who I can support or not.  I am a strong man of integrity who cares about people.   There are better ways to use words to help other, and tearing people down is not the way.  A comment about being a teen or crying as weak, well that is one way to see men.   Being kind and loving is also part of being a man.   I have not use for mean comments.

I am trying not to respond back with mean comments.  Many people would see the comments made in that thread as mean.

Even you told some of them to lay off.  I thank you for that.  I really like the site and think it is good.  Thanks for all the nice things you said.  Sometimes people cannot see the forest through the trees.  

At 9:19pm on April 6, 2014, Michael J. K. said…

HI Just got here like a week ago.  I do not need you to add me but just wanted to understand more what is going on.

I wish I did not say anything and never saw the post.

I am hearing things from one side and the other about the men in the comments.

At 4:52pm on March 8, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

And in reference to my inconsistency-well I've been there to back up other gay men and women in my lifetime when they needed it.  Sorry to say, sometimes their trauma made it impossible at the time to accept any help-they just wanted the scene to blow over...

At 4:48pm on March 8, 2014, Walter B. Pewen said…

Chuck: 

Sorry you feel I disappointed you in your reading that I was sort of not following my own political beliefs. 

Also, maybe please reference my further comments re guys who take on serious manual jobs and 'flamers' so to speak.  It might reference to you where I'm coming from about being out on the job and in particular workplaces that are to say the least, real homophobic.

At 12:56pm on February 14, 2014, Pale Horse said…

He is censoring the other half.

At 3:20pm on February 12, 2014, John White said…

its sad that you are afraid of those who have different beliefs.

At 2:01am on February 8, 2014, Chuck Knight said…

Thanks, Will.  It's bigger, now.  That was taken in January.

At 1:48am on February 8, 2014, Sir said…

That is one righteous beard.

 
 
 

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Todd Serveto replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
"Okay, Clint, think what you want to---I haven't flip-flopped on anything, haven't conflated anything, and haven't contradicted myself with a thing I have said or backed of my stand on anything---but if you are unable to read…"
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Pale Horse replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
" As you can see, if the woman miscarries, the plaintiff and the judge decide the punishment. Not necessarily execution."
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Shane replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
"Don't confuse my unwillingness to engage your red herrings with lack of knowledge. Now are you going to explain to PH or are you just going to tell him you're going to explain?"
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Brandon Johns replied to Jake's discussion What are some clothing brands that are made to last?
"I have a black belt and a brown belt from Mission Belts.  They don't have holes; secure with a ratchet fastener.  No tear, high quality, good price.  I was buying new belts a good bit.  These don't fold in the back.…"
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Chuck Knight replied to Moe Kanz's discussion Long hair gents...
"Absolutely true. But since the invention of hairstyles, they have been used to accentuate positive traits and camouflage negative ones. In western societies this means accentuating what we consider masculine facial traits by shifting the silhouette…"
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Sir replied to Fabricante's discussion Life After POP
"What is it you want, OP?  I can't tell what you're asking or offering for discussion."
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