Daniel Offenbacher
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First Girlfriend- How to make it work

Started this discussion. Last reply by Regular Joe Oct 10. 26 Replies

Today, I officially entered a relationship. The big issue is that I haven't been in one before, I just need some tips, thoughts, or some kind of guidance in how to handle it. We entered it kind of…Continue

Any Murray's fans? (How do you style your hair?)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joshua Sep 25. 3 Replies

I was just wondering how many men on here are fans of Murray's pomade. It's my favorite product because it gives me the level of hold and shine (low shine) that I want, without breaking the bank. I…Continue

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About Me

Started this discussion. Last reply by Daniel Offenbacher May 14. 5 Replies

Hello fellow readers and members! I've been a member for a little while but I really feel like introducing myself. I am a high schooler from the Baltimore area and I discovered this website when I…Continue

Nu Nile - Thoughts

Started May 5 0 Replies

I've been rocking the Mad Men side parted style for a few months and I have been using axe pomade or Groom and Clean (I use it for shine, but I prefer pomade) to style it. I was looking at getting a…Continue

 

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Daniel Offenbacher replied to Alan Robertson's discussion Pomade or Styling cream for pompadour?
"Murray's Pomade. Four dollars a can in the ethnic hair care section. One can will last you like 6-8 months. It has a low shine, especially if you apply to dry hair, and incredible hold. To make it easier to wash out, get a tube of Groom &…"
Tuesday
Alan Robertson replied to Daniel Offenbacher's discussion How to begin a regimen? in the group Exercise
"Shane has some great advice. He's been a huge help in getting me back into the routine. But here is my .02. None of which is original. Set a time for your routine and keep it. Be patient and forgiving with yourself though. You may start with…"
Monday
tim_lebsack replied to Daniel Offenbacher's discussion How to begin a regimen? in the group Exercise
"One part of beginning a regimen is to set a goal.  Make the goal precise and attainable. An example would be "I will weigh 185 when I attend my nephew's wedding on March 15, 2015"."
Monday
Upside down bloke replied to Daniel Offenbacher's discussion How to begin a regimen? in the group Exercise
"Yes I have tried many times before too feel like a failure."
Oct 19
Daniel Offenbacher replied to Daniel Offenbacher's discussion How to begin a regimen? in the group Exercise
"Thanks for the replies. So, should I start with what I'm comfortable with and then work it up? For example, if I am comfortable with doing say, five push-ups, I do five push-ups for a week or so, then I do ten the next week, and so on. Would…"
Oct 19
Daniel Offenbacher replied to Daniel Offenbacher's discussion How to begin a regimen? in the group Exercise
"Yeah, definitely keep us posted on your progress."
Oct 19
Native Son replied to Daniel Offenbacher's discussion How to begin a regimen? in the group Exercise
"I know this will sound either dumb or just overly obvious. One thing I found, especially for the slightly "over-organized", is that you need to not only set a time for your regimen, but you need to figure on something between 30-45 minutes…"
Oct 19
Michael J. K. replied to Daniel Offenbacher's discussion How to begin a regimen? in the group Exercise
"I have to start back up too not sure but if I can get into a reg practice of exercise I will let you know how I am doing it.  I am doing Tai chi at the moment."
Oct 19
Daniel Offenbacher added a discussion to the group Exercise
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How to begin a regimen?

I want to start an exercise regimen but I don't know where to start. I am really, quite out of shape, and I would like to build muscle. Any tips on where I should start? I've tried many times before, but I couldn't get myself to make it a habit.See More
Oct 18
Daniel Offenbacher replied to Samuel's discussion Homecoming problem
"She's not into you, but you should definitely ask her out."
Oct 16
Daniel Offenbacher joined John Wright's group
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Manly Singers

A gathering place for men who take part in the manly art of singing whether they sing in church choirs, barbershop quartets, or just enjoy singing for the sake of singing
Oct 16
Daniel Offenbacher joined Brandon Watts's group
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New Body, Old Soul

This group is for any young person who finds the more traditional ways of life more satisfying. Whether it be morals, apparel, or you're just a plain out classic rock junkie, this group is for you!
Oct 15
Daniel Offenbacher joined Matthew Mac's group
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Young Men

They say a man's mind does not truly mature until he is 24. For the young man finding his way in the world.See More
Oct 15
Daniel Offenbacher joined Shaun Daws's group
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Philosophers

An open forum for discussion of the big questions.
Oct 15
Daniel Offenbacher replied to Daniel Offenbacher's discussion Spirituality in the group Gentlemen Atheists
"Excellent response. Personal conclusions definitely play a part in my perception, but I definitely consider myself a skeptic. I should've stated it better: there is no order to the universe, but from a human perspective, everything seems to…"
Oct 15
Liam Strain replied to Daniel Offenbacher's discussion Spirituality in the group Gentlemen Atheists
"The only spiritual aspect of the classic Trancendentalists (e.g. Emerson, Thoreau) that I know of comes more or less whole cloth from the Baghavad Gita. And its philosophical presuppositions are pretty shaky. Man is inherently good, but only once…"
Oct 15

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Interests
Film, Music, Literature, Camping, Coffee, Theatre, and History
Books
Stephen King, The Great Gatsby, The Catcher in the Rye, Nicholas Pileggi, George Orwell, Lord of the Flies, Tolkien, Rocket Boys, Red Dragon, To Kill a Mockingbird, Edgar Allan Poe, William Shakespeare, and The Age of Innocence.
Movies
Anything by Martin Scorsese, The Godfather Films, Apocalypse Now, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Once Upon a Time in America, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Blade Runner, Star Trek, The Green Mile, The Shawshank Redemption, and too many others.
Music
Classic Rock: KISS, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, The Rolling Stones, Howlin Wolf, Robert Johnson, Joe Bonamassa, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Bing Crosby,Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Tony Bennett, Jazz, Swing, Blues
Quote
"I see now that the Circumstances of one's birth are irrelevant. It is what you do with the gift of life that determines who you are."- Mewtwo (I was never into Pokemon, it's just a great quote)

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At 2:28pm on September 9, 2014, Michael J. K. said…

Hi Daniel hope you are doing well.

 
 
 

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