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Dan Wall replied to Joey R's discussion Leading a Fulfilling Daily Life
"Volunteer at an elelmentary School or the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. There are thousands of kids (especially boys without dads at home) who would benefit from a positive role model. Get in with the Big Brother Program and/or some…"
Jun 5
Dan Wall replied to James B.'s discussion How to deal with a Demeaning & Disrespectful Coworker?
"This is standard operating procedure in the work-a-day world. It's eat or be eaten, establishg the pecking order. This guy is a school yard bullie and he's trying to make you his bitch. Don't be a victim. The only way to handle a…"
Jun 4
Dan Wall replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Looking for a new cologne.
"I don't wear cologne like I did in the 80's. But when I do, I wear Hugo. My wife likes Aramis. She sold men's cologne in a high-end department store when we were in college."
Jun 4
Dan Wall joined thehuhman's group
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Men Over 50

For the slightly older guys. (those who've already received the letter from AARP!) Let's just see how many of us are proud to have made it this far!See More
Jun 4
Dan Wall replied to Will's discussion Putting Jesus on hold for a decade in the group Christian Men
"Here's another Southern Baptist chiming in. I worked with children for 20 years in the church and in the public sector. I've seen many occasions where churches pushed children into decisisons they weren't ready to make. There are two…"
Jun 4
Dan Wall replied to QuackXP's discussion Daily Grammar
"I did not know how bad I was at grammar until I became an elementary school teacher and had to teach it. There are so many subtle rules. Good grammar makes sound more eduacated and polished. But, beware: once you make good grammar a habit bad…"
Jun 2
balund commented on Dan Wall's photo
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"nice pic Dan."
May 30
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May 30
Dan Wall replied to Alejandro De La Garza's discussion Happy Memorial Day 2014! in the group The Shirtless Man
"My dad served 20 years in the Air Force. I grew up military. We spent part of the Vietnam War in the Philippenes. He was an electrician on cargo planes. He would talk about the planes coming back from Vietnam would rittled with bullet holes."
May 30
Dan Wall replied to John Gardiner's discussion Lost weigh and still wont take my shirt off in front of others in the group The Shirtless Man
"Going shirtless isn't about looking sexy. It's about being a guy. 1% of the population looks like Brad Pitt. So no matter where you are in your fitness journey own it! Like Carl said start small. Go shirtless at home. Then push the…"
May 30
Dan Wall replied to O'Neal's discussion The Love Life of Ambitious Black Men
"I totally agree with RJ. I would think for every guy in your situation there are 50 intelligent, hard working black women who have their shit together who are wondering where all the good, decent black men are. You're a commodity. I work…"
May 30
Dan Wall replied to O'Neal's discussion The Love Life of Ambitious Black Men
"I'm a white Okie. What does it mean?"
May 30
Dan Wall replied to John Thomas's discussion Men's Economic Trend
"I totally believe the statitistics. My wife and I both in our late 40's we both have masteres degrees. We live in small to medium sized house, drive mid-priced cars, don't buy new clothes often, have no credit cards. We make $110,000 a…"
May 21
Dan Wall replied to Karl Helweg's discussion Manliest Vehicle You Actually Own(ed)
"My friend has a '69 Camaro convertible. She will never get rid of it. She gets it out every now and again. It's about the coolest ride gong top down."
May 21
Dan Wall replied to Karl Helweg's discussion Manliest Vehicle You Actually Own(ed)
"'69 Chevelle, 3 in the tree. I also drove a 1988 Dodge Ram Charger, AKA the Silver Beast, for 10 years. That was before SUV's were cool. I loved that beast! I never should have gotten rid of it."
May 21
Dan Wall replied to Pale Horse's discussion Common Core in the group The Great Debate
"I taught in the public schools for 10 years. I got out 15 years ago when all this crap was starting to unfold. They want us to be more like China and produce non-thinking workers. Our Public School System that once was the greatest in the world is…"
May 19

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Interests
Mens' Chorale Music, weightlifting, gardening, my kids' activities.
Books
NOn-Ficiton and Historical Fiction. I just finished "The Children's Blizzard"
Movies
Shawshank Redemption, Fight Club, Les Miserables (but don't tell anybody)
Music
Men's Chorale, 1980's (don't call it Golden Oldies)
Quote
Continuous effort - not strength or intelligence - is the key to unlocking our potential. -Sir Winston Churchill

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At 5:42am on May 8, 2014, Drew said…

Also I miss being able to wear my cowboy boots without anyone caring!

At 5:41am on May 8, 2014, Drew said…

Thanks for the friend ad! You were asking what I thought of Oklahoma when I lived there - to be honest I loved it, much prefer it to living in the UK. Also I felt the people were a lot friendlier and more sociable, for example a tutor said that at lunch you could just ask other students if you could sit with them - this would be unthinkable in the UK.

At 3:27pm on May 1, 2014, steve smith said…

Thanks for the Friends request! :)

At 1:40pm on April 14, 2014, Kevin said…

thanks for the friend request.

At 12:22pm on January 21, 2014, prisca john said…

Hello Dear!

My name is Priscilla,

I saw your profile and would like to get in touch with you If
you're
interested in me too then please send me a message as quickly as possible.
( priscilla4andrew@hotmail.com)
Greetings
Priscilla

At 12:53am on January 4, 2014, Herb Munson said…

Hey there Dan, welcome to The Great Debate. Great to have you with us!

At 4:23pm on December 12, 2013, Andrew said…

Welcome to Art of Manliness!

 
 
 

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Carl Monster replied to Joshua Wolf's discussion Fraternal orders for young men?
"The fetishization of old timey stuff throws me. Just got a real bowler, from my grandfather's cache, and it's uncomfortable as hell. The old days really were pretty crappy as people didn't know any better. Throughout the last…"
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Jay D replied to Joshua Wolf's discussion Fraternal orders for young men?
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Tony Wolf replied to Joshua Wolf's discussion Fraternal orders for young men?
"Probably about the same thing they'd think of, say, lawn-darts."
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Joshua Wolf posted a discussion

Fraternal orders for young men?

Hello, I am recently returning to these forums after a couple of years with a new-found interest in old world traditions and community building.I want to combine these two interests by forming a fraternal order for young men to be part of a positive group. Because most young men don't have a lot of disposable income the idea would be to facilitate their practical, rather than financial, contributions to their communities.  We would try out and practice old world skills such as blacksmithing,…See More
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Brody Albers replied to Liam's discussion Advice on which translation of The Bible to read in the group Christian Men
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Brody Albers replied to Kevin's discussion Will someone please explain Jesus to me? in the group Christian Men
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