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Perks of your Profession

Started this discussion. Last reply by Iain Dwyer Apr 6, 2010. 61 Replies

It's no suprise that every profession, or even every job for that matter, has certain perks.  Those working in retail get purchase discounts, elementary and high school teachers get summers off work,…Continue

Tags: vocation, profession, career, benefits, perks

Cell phones and Manliness

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael J. Austin Jan 18, 2010. 24 Replies

Nowadays almost everyone has a cell phone. However, cell phones are very new in the overall time span of man, having only "gone public" in 1977. Since 1977, cell phones have evolved dramatically and…Continue

Tags: cellphone, phone, cell

Wet Shave Travel Tips

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ken Meade Jan 12, 2010. 20 Replies

I travel a lot with my job, and am relatively new to wet shaving. Does anyone have any good tips for traveling with a wet shave set up (double edged or straight razor)? I'd love to know some of the…Continue

Tags: razor, travel, shave

 

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Dec 21, 2015
Josh Tolley replied to C L's discussion Introductions in the group AoM Mississippi
"I am from George County, but I am currently in Oxford at Ole Miss.  I am majoring in Biology.  I enjoy hunting, fishing, and literature.  One of my main passions though is the War for Southern Independence.  I enjoy being in…"
Jan 10, 2013
Bobby Glenn Mullen replied to C L's discussion Introductions in the group AoM Mississippi
"I live in Leflore county. I work full-time for the Army National Guard.  "
Jan 9, 2013
Fred S Davenport, Jr replied to C L's discussion Introductions in the group AoM Mississippi
"Hi, I am Fred Davenport, from Weir in Choctaw County. I am the pastor of two small churches. We moved here in1989 from SC. I am 54 years old, have been married to a wonderful woman for 26 years and have 4 daughters and 1 son. I hope to introduce my…"
Jan 15, 2012
C L replied to martman's discussion Merkur DE safety razor suggestions?
"I think this is a great idea - even if you end up still wanting a Merkur after buying a used razor. If nothing else, having another DE razor for length/weight comparisons when shopping online would be very handy."
Sep 11, 2010
C L replied to martman's discussion Merkur DE safety razor suggestions?
"I also shave with a 34C (Long Handled Classic). I agree about the pattern on the handle offering extra grip when the handle is wet. What led me to the 34C rather than the Hefty Classic or Classic was a fear my hands would be too large for anything…"
Sep 11, 2010
C L replied to Ryan's discussion Leather designs you just can't find....... in the group Man Bags
"Well, I've successfully ruined yet another cell phone (iPhone) belt holster. It seems that no matter how hard I try, I can't find one tough enough to last. I'm a big guy, and tend to be rough on things such as this. However, I'm…"
Sep 9, 2010
C L replied to Shane Evans's discussion Checkbook wallets, manly?
"I'm all for a thinner wallet that's more comfortable when carried in the rear pocket, and think a checkbook would work well toward that purpose. I was torn between the SBL checkbook and the Large Bifold when I made my purchase last year. I…"
Aug 17, 2010
C L replied to M.'s discussion Shaving Armpits.
"Unless you're a professional athelete in a sport where it's the norm, my answer would be "no." Aside from the general reasons, it's also somewhat risky shaving your underarms. They are a warm, dark place, where bacteria can…"
Aug 15, 2010
C L replied to Patrick L's discussion Big Bank or Credit Union?
"Agreed. CU's are able to offer better rates and more perks than virtually any bank due to their being geared toward serving their members, who are also their shareholders. Kyle brings up two excellent features that not many people know about…"
Aug 8, 2010
C L replied to StaggerLee's discussion Favorite Women's Perfume
"My wife wears Light Blue by Dolce and Gabana. It's very mesmerizing, in my opinion..."
Aug 5, 2010
C L replied to Mike's discussion Is Style an Expression of Vanity
"I agree with your point, Ian. I don't think you can place an across the board label on everyone who purchases more expensive clothing, as many, many people do so to have quality clothing that lasts longer. However, I don't doubt there are…"
Aug 4, 2010
C L replied to Scott L Ferrell's discussion Flip flops
"WOW - this blows my mind....."
Aug 2, 2010

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At 1:39am on February 5, 2010, Jeff Boshers said…
I should have it sometime next week... Of course there will be pictures! BTW how's the pregnancy moving along? My Wife (Amanda) just had her Gestational Diabetes test, (the one were they drink that horrible soda.) we are waiting on the results of that. By all measurements we are still trucking along for April 27th or so.
At 12:52am on January 28, 2010, Jeff Boshers said…
as far as pointers can go... Here's what my dad told me.

1. Babies aren't as fragile as you think. Don't treat them like glass but don't treat them like a block of wood.

2. Every new parent screws up. Even your wife.

3. Don't feed the baby honey.

(apparently my mom screwed up and fed me honey as a baby.)

and hey if you get a chance throw a vote my way in the man bag contest... I made the top 5.
At 12:42am on January 23, 2010, Jeff Boshers said…
Thanks for the compliment on the mini-site. Glad to hear you're expecting as well! We're due the end of April. I'll keep you posted on our progress. Is this your first child?
At 9:38pm on January 14, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Hey there Clayton, welcome to AoM and to The Great Debate. Great to have you aboard.
At 3:55pm on December 3, 2009, Ryan said…
Hey Clayton,

Welcome to Man Bags and the AoM community! I think you’ll find a lot of great, interesting groups on here as well as fantastic discussions and people. Both my dad and myself have made some great friends on here.

In Man Bags, we talk a lot about Saddleback, but feel free to share with the group your favorite bag or company. This group is about bags of every stripe and color. Start a discussion promoting your favorite every day carry item. I assure you, you’ll find other people in the group who are like-minded. Not a fan of Saddleback designs, no problem. Tell us what you don’t like or what you’d prefer. I look forward to hearing from you in the group!
 
 
 

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I need help moving on, it's been six weeks now.

So it's been six weeks since i posted this: http://community.artofmanliness.com/forum/topics/i-m-going-under-i-feel-like-such-a-loser-and-it-kills-meAnd i'm still here, still sad and still angry and miserable. Since then, we have talked and even met up. Huge mistake and i should've listened to you guys but my feelings for her are so strong it made it impossible to stay away. I…See More
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