Daniel Offenbacher
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  • Ellicott City, MD
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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

Pompadour hair length

Started this discussion. Last reply by Daniel Offenbacher Mar 19. 2 Replies

So I got a haircut recently and it was almost like a long Ivy League at the time. It's been growing out very nicely and I am trying to decide on my next style. I think I want a small pompadour, but I…Continue

Haircut

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chuck Knight Feb 10. 3 Replies

I'm in High School and I've been wearing my hair long for years. I decided that I want to cut it in two weeks. The problem I'm facing is that I don't know what style I should get. I don't want it too…Continue

 

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Remembering Dad

This is a group for men who have lost their fathers. It is a place to mourn, celebrate, and remember our fathers and a place for men to share experiences and draw strength from one another.See More
Aug 23
Daniel Offenbacher replied to Rob --'s discussion 22 year old wanting a style change?
"Mine is a bit longer, for the coming season. It's like 1/2 an inch for most of the sides, and it has about an inch and a half for blending, where a part is (my barber cut it so it would part in the same place every time). I kept it nice and…"
Aug 22
Daniel Offenbacher added a discussion to the group Addicted to pomade
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Best water based pomade for under $8?

I use Murray's, but it hasn't been holding well or giving me much height lately, due to the humidity. I live in Maryland and it is very humid, all year round. It doesn't work well because of that. I love Murray's because it lasts a while and it works well with my wallet. I have a minimum wage job that makes it hard for me to buy expensive products. So, what is the best water based pomade for under $8? I'm looking for one with high hold and low to medium shine.See More
Aug 22
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Addicted to pomade

A group dealing with hair-pomade. Whether you've got a pomp, waves, or  a classic barbershop-style; You love pomade?- You're welcome.Come and join the discussion on pomade and all things related to pomade! See More
Aug 22
Daniel Offenbacher replied to Rob --'s discussion 22 year old wanting a style change?
"I can only answer for hairstyle. Go with an undercut (shaved on the sides and back, long on the top) and part it to the side with some product. I just got one myself and I love it. It's easy to manage and it looks good for all occasions. You…"
Aug 22
Daniel Offenbacher replied to John Lee Pettimore's discussion Robin Williams RIP
"One of the few celebrity deaths that left me truly sad. I cried last night as the news started to set in."
Aug 12
Daniel Offenbacher replied to Steve Dallas's discussion Confessions(hated it) in the group Film
"In general, I love the Cohen Brothers. I haven't seen a film by them that I didn't love."
Aug 7
Daniel Offenbacher replied to Steve Dallas's discussion Confessions(hated it) in the group Film
"I thought Watchmen was great; haven't seen Sin City."
Aug 7
Daniel Offenbacher replied to Steve Dallas's discussion Confessions(hated it) in the group Film
"It's basically the same as all of the superhero movies from the past few years and it also fails in it's parody of space opera ."
Aug 7
Daniel Offenbacher replied to Steve Dallas's discussion Confessions(hated it) in the group Film
"Guardians of the Galaxy"
Aug 7
Daniel Offenbacher replied to Travis Spuhler's discussion Greatest movie speech/monologue in the group Film
"This one from The Great Dicatator: And this one from Rocky V: From Mad Men Season 1: And finally from Season 7 of Mad Men: "
Jun 21
Daniel Offenbacher replied to Michael B.'s discussion Interesting Ancestors?
"Ty Cobb was a distant cousin to my maternal great grandmother. I have some ancestors on the O'Connor side of my family (also maternal) that came over on the mayflower. "
Jun 14
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AOM Buddhism

Buddhism is fascinating as a spiritual practice and as collection of rather sophisticated philosophies. There is something very manly about its emphasis on mental discipline and self awareness. I'll be posting discussions and links, enjoy!See More
May 14
Daniel Offenbacher replied to Daniel Offenbacher's discussion About Me
"I would like to get involved in Directing for either film or television. I would like to do writing but I think it would be best to go with one direction until I can have more options. Are you in the industry?"
May 14
Adam replied to Daniel Offenbacher's discussion About Me
"Enjoy film, its an exciting world. What exactly do you want to do? "
May 14
Daniel Offenbacher updated their profile
May 9

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Interests
Film, Music, Literature, Camping, Coffee, Theatre
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
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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