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Longmire Everyday Carry

Started Jun 12, 2013 0 Replies

I have become a huge fan of the TV show Longmire on A&E.  After watching all last season and the start of this season I thought it would be cool to try and create an everyday carry list of the…Continue

Knowledge and Skill vs Stockpiling

Started this discussion. Last reply by Suburban Sentinel Feb 28, 2012. 6 Replies

I got to thinking after watching a few episodes of Doomsday Preppers would it be better to know how to survive day to day without all the normal 21st century  devices or spend your life savings…Continue

Help with Career Day presentation-TOMORROW!

Started this discussion. Last reply by D.J. Nov 24, 2011. 7 Replies

Hey Gentlemen, I am one of the presenters at a local high school career day tomorrow.  What are some suggestions for me to tell the students?I usually talk more about education, finances and…Continue

Cool Piano Music

Started this discussion. Last reply by The Original Cody Mar 5, 2013. 20 Replies

My son is a talented piano player he can pick up a song quick and memorizie it in no time.He is a Sophmore in High School and really a cool kid, yes I'm bias. My question is what are some songs he…Continue

 

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Longmire Everyday Carry

I have become a huge fan of the TV show Longmire on A&E.  After watching all last season and the start of this season I thought it would be cool to try and create an everyday carry list of the items the Sheriff seems to always have on him.  Any help to specifics would be appreciated.Buck Hunter 110 KnifeWinchesterPistol HandcuffsBootsJacketHatSee More
Jun 12, 2013
The Original Cody replied to Clint Flatt's discussion Cool Piano Music
"Only problem with Scott Joplin is every damn song sounds exactly the same... a rag is a rag is a rag is a rag!"
Mar 5, 2013
The Original Cody replied to Clint Flatt's discussion Cool Piano Music
"I don't think Fur Elise is a very skill based song.... But Lake Shore Drive is a solid tune."
Mar 5, 2013
D.J. replied to Clint Flatt's discussion Cool Piano Music
"I'm surprised no one brought up Fur Elise. It's Beethoven, but in the right setting it's great (a coffee shop for example). Everyone loves Fur Elise and it's great to showcase your piano skills. A more contemporary song is Lake…"
Mar 5, 2013
Scott J replied to Clint Flatt's discussion Cool Piano Music
"A couple of totally disparate suggestions. Scott Joplin rags are a lot of fun. On a more relaxing note, I love the piano music in the Kiera Knightly Pride and Prejudice."
Mar 4, 2013
John replied to Clint Flatt's discussion Cool Piano Music
"Definitely "Bennie and the Jets" by Elton John. Or "Skyline Pigeon" - those are two of my faves from him. Also "Love" from John Lennon isn't a bad one either, if your son is into them slow tunes. Oldies usually…"
Mar 4, 2013
Mike Zankle replied to Clint Flatt's discussion Cool Piano Music
"Marius Nordal has a CD of piano music for baby boomers....here's a sample:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYIOlc46X_Y"
Feb 24, 2013
Phillip G replied to Clint Flatt's discussion Cool Piano Music
"If he can read music, he should go to www.kylelandry.com. This guy has put up a lot of modern sheet music for free on his site. There are a lot of movie scores, Disney themes, and pop songs that most people will know available to download. Look him…"
Feb 21, 2013
Shahan replied to Clint Flatt's discussion Cool Piano Music
"Jazz. Anything from 1910-1960. Those songs are infinitely timeless. Standards. Pop classics. Learn them. I do. "
Feb 14, 2013
Clint Flatt replied to Josh Billings's discussion Advice For a Relationship With my Brother
"I can't offer much help but I do encourage you to fix it now because the regret and depression only gets worse when you are in your 40's and don't talk to each other unless forced to.  We have never had a big fight or falling out…"
Oct 23, 2012
Suburban Sentinel replied to Clint Flatt's discussion Knowledge and Skill vs Stockpiling
"It takes a combination of stockpiling and survival skills to really be prepared.  Having a stockpile of food and other necessities to last one year is not unreasonable.  A one year supply, properly stored, does run into some money.…"
Feb 28, 2012
Neill replied to Clint Flatt's discussion Knowledge and Skill vs Stockpiling
"I like this idea as a hobby when i get some free time ill plan my escape too. Its illegal to walk around with a weapon here, but the worst thing i will encounter out in the bush is another person. The animals here are tame in Australia, just…"
Feb 28, 2012
W. Carrington III replied to Clint Flatt's discussion Knowledge and Skill vs Stockpiling
"Knowledge is the most powerful tool. Stockpiling more than two or three months worth of food is a waste because most people in most situations are going to need to relocate for one reason or another. I am prepared for just about anything (as a…"
Feb 28, 2012
Neill replied to Clint Flatt's discussion Knowledge and Skill vs Stockpiling
"Its interesting this sort of thinking, Alot of people are thinking it will come to something like this especially at the end of this year. I would say general out doors skills. ability to use makeshift tooling and general awareness of surroundings.…"
Feb 28, 2012
Eric Robinson replied to Clint Flatt's discussion Knowledge and Skill vs Stockpiling
"We survived as a race (the human one) up till now, and from the start we didn't have what we have now.   Seems like some of the stock piling makes since.   1,000 rounds of ammo is going to have multiple values if SHF.   Trading,…"
Feb 28, 2012
Dustin replied to Clint Flatt's discussion Knowledge and Skill vs Stockpiling
"The old saying about giving a man a fish vs teaching a man how to fish comes to mind."
Feb 24, 2012

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The Last of the Breed, The Hunt for Red October, and many many more. Working my way thru the Art of Manliness book list. Flashman series my favorites books, Terry C. Johnston my favorite author R.I.P.
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The Last of the Mohicans, Lonesome Dove, Dances with Wolves, The Last of the Dogmen, Broken Trail. Every movie with these guys, John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, Robert Duvall, Dennis Hooper, Anthony Hopkins, Sean Connery
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Lost a friend back in May but I foundf out today

Posted on August 22, 2010 at 9:12pm 1 Comment

I found out this week I lost a friend. He was an ecletic, ecentric fellow that lived life his way and to Hell with everyone else. Unfortunatly with people like that things don't happen normally. He died on May 27th and I found out this week. There was no funeral in fact he was creamated and his remains are at the funeral home cause his family does not want them.

He was a retired Chief Master Sargent in the Navy, "the old school kind" he truly gave everything and lost…

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At 9:26pm on May 1, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Hi there Clint. Welcome to AoM. Also, I'd like to give you a friendly invite to check out my group, The Great Debate. Just click on "Groups." It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. It's also one of the most active groups on AoM. In any case, great to have you aboard.
 
 
 

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