David B
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Hello Good Sirs

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jonas Ogrefoln Feb 10, 2013. 3 Replies

My name is David and I'm just stopping by to introduce myself before I go back to exploring what else AoM has to offer. I was introduced to the site a couple of years ago and read articles from time…Continue

 

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Ratchit replied to David B's discussion Hello Good Sirs
"Welcome sir! "
Feb 10, 2013
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Derek replied to David B's discussion Hello Good Sirs
"Welcome to the club!"
Feb 5, 2013
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Hello Good Sirs

My name is David and I'm just stopping by to introduce myself before I go back to exploring what else AoM has to offer. I was introduced to the site a couple of years ago and read articles from time to time but now I want to become "involved".I'm 27 and from Minnesota. In the fall I got engaged and will be getting married in August. Recently some good male friends have moved away so you could say I've felt a bit of a void in that area. Looking forward to being a part of this community.See More
Feb 4, 2013
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Gentleman Engineer replied to Andrew's discussion How do you take your coffee? I prefer it black with a slice of butter in it.
"There exists in Tibet po cha, also known as butter tea. Such tea is created by boiled tea with the addition of salted yak butter. It would appear that you have stumbled upon its impoverished brethren, in the use of coffee."
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Rick Shelton replied to David Johns's discussion WTF???
"They set the rules and hire the officials.  They also determine where and who can have a team and how many teams can exist.  The Leaques can fine players, coaches, and players as well as ban them from the games.  Therefore, they may…"
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David F. replied to Brad Williams's discussion Self-Defense Without Guns
"First and foremost, know how to use what you have.  Also know if you will use what you have. Don't pull a weapon you cannot or will not use. Guns are useless if you know you will not pull the trigger.  Pepper spray is a bad idea in…"
50 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to David Johns's discussion WTF???
"I'd argue that there are two big differences between FIFA and the NFL: 1. FIFA is responsible for spreading, growing and developing the sport across the world 2. FIFA is heavily and globally involved in charity and social development programs…"
57 minutes ago
Will replied to David Johns's discussion WTF???
"All the more reason to tax volunteer organizations of the wrong political stripe.  And get their membership lists, so the members can be punished as well. The point being:  claiming to adhere to a set of rules is not sufficient (especially…"
59 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to David Johns's discussion WTF???
"The NFL, NBA, MLB (etc.) are not governing bodies; they are professional leagues.  Football doesn't have a national governing body in the USA.  "
1 hour ago
Jay D replied to David Johns's discussion WTF???
"FIFA is a non profit too, even though it turns immense profits. Associations love to do that, because it spares them taxes."
1 hour ago
Will replied to Brad Williams's discussion Self-Defense Without Guns
"In the continual wheel of euphemism for things that don't need euphemizing, the move from "Oriental" to "Asian" seems one of the most wrong-headed.  "Asian" means "from Asia," as if we're…"
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