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Confidence!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Carl Monster Feb 2, 2011. 24 Replies

What is confidence. Is it bravado? Is it real? Can it be "smelled" or sensed? What is lack of confidence? What does it mean to you? How important is it? Can you be confidant in one area and lack it…Continue

Handkerchiefs?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shahan Jan 18, 2011. 28 Replies

All the men in my family, on all sides including step families, who were born before the depression used handkerchiefs. The Italians used plain ones but of different colors. The blue color guys used…Continue

Peanuts, Pretzels or Potato Chips

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jack Neulist Dec 30, 2010. 34 Replies

It's been a long hard a** f'ing day. You just walked into your favorite watering hole and the man behind the serves you your favorite libation and places three bowls in front of you. You have to…Continue

To beard or not to beard

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chuck Knight Jun 6, 2014. 98 Replies

What are your reasons for sporting a beard? What are your reasons against it? For:expresses my inner man. hahahawarm in the winterfeels goodI enjoy grooming and caring for itgreat conversation…Continue

 

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Travis Spuhler replied to Dave Santuomo's discussion Chevy, Ford, Dodge or Toyota in the group Pickup Trucks
"That toyota... I think those are the old "t-100" line of trucks, the precursor to the Tacoma. And yeah, a lot of my off-roading buddies absolutely LOVE those early 90s Toyota trucks because they are practically indestructible. "
Jun 23
Travis Spuhler replied to Dave Santuomo's discussion Chevy, Ford, Dodge or Toyota in the group Pickup Trucks
"I honestly think that each brand of truck has a strong-point and weaknesses.  I am personally a fan of Dodge, even though I don't own one. If I recall, they have excellent towing capacity, pretty good mileage, and they have that whole…"
Jun 23
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Pickup Trucks

In the Old West a man's horse was his first love. This is a group for those who feel that saw love for their pickup truck.See More
Jun 23
Terrance R commented on Dave Santuomo's group Pickup Trucks
"Hello there everyone!  My current pickup is a 2000 Old Body Style GMC K2500 Crew Cab with a short bed.  Last year I swapped the factory bed that had seen some pretty interesting damage out for a step side bed I had painted to match the…"
May 26
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In the Old West a man's horse was his first love. This is a group for those who feel that saw love for their pickup truck.See More
May 26
Judah Chadwick replied to Dave Santuomo's discussion Chevy, Ford, Dodge or Toyota in the group Pickup Trucks
"I'm a diehard Chevy truck guy. We've put well over 200K on our family Suburban over the past 13 years, and the biggest thing we've had it in for was a rear main oil seal. Other than that, nothing, just maintenance. In general, I…"
Apr 9
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Pickup Trucks

In the Old West a man's horse was his first love. This is a group for those who feel that saw love for their pickup truck.See More
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Aug 29, 2014
Chuck Knight replied to Dave Santuomo's discussion To beard or not to beard
"Because the best propaganda has an element of truth.   The itch is minimal and goes away in a week, on average.  The way it is usually described is meant to discourage the growing of a beard."
Jun 6, 2014
Carl Monster replied to Dave Santuomo's discussion To beard or not to beard
"How can it be propaganda when you yourself say you had it? It drove me crazy. "
Jun 6, 2014
Chuck Knight replied to Dave Santuomo's discussion To beard or not to beard
"Agreed. The itchy nonsense is propaganda spread by girls and girly-men. Mine itched only for about the second week, though it took a long time for all the hairs to erupt from beneath the skin. Now that every hair is out of the skin and healthy, and…"
Jun 6, 2014
Mike Wilburn replied to Dave Santuomo's discussion To beard or not to beard
"I do historical reenacting and the for the time periods I portray, facial hair was not fashionable. Therefore, I keep myself clean shaven"
Jun 5, 2014
Sir replied to Dave Santuomo's discussion To beard or not to beard
"'Tis nobler:  to beard. BTW, mine isn't hot or itchy.  Stops being scratchy once it's past the stubble stage.  Sure used to be scraggly, though."
Jun 4, 2014
Pope John replied to Dave Santuomo's discussion To beard or not to beard
"In the end it comes down to wether you can pull it off or not. Some men just look way better with beard than without. Plus some of us men can't even grow a proper beard so you should do it sometimes just because you can ;)"
Jun 4, 2014
Jeran replied to Dave Santuomo's discussion To beard or not to beard
"I am against beards.  Because I can't grow one. :-( They look badass if they're well maintained, but I feel like too few guys keep them in order well enough.  I don't like long ones, though."
May 21, 2014
Travis Spuhler replied to Dave Santuomo's discussion To beard or not to beard
"I am currently on "transition leave" from the army (I'm officially out of the army June 11) As such, my reason for growing and maintaining a beard is this: I've shaved every day of my professional life, for the last 10 years.…"
May 21, 2014
Specs replied to Dave Santuomo's discussion To beard or not to beard
"First off a couple of things. That whole beards make your skin hot isn't true. There's no reason why you can't have a beard year round. Second beards itch because when you are first growing it out the hair is poking your skin. That…"
May 21, 2014

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Walk the Walk

Posted on December 28, 2010 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

What does walk the walk mean? Simply put, it means action. The modern world is full of talkers, head nodders, agreers. They say they will do or be something. When they're alone or you you turn your back or the ole proverbial sh*t hits the fan it's a far diferent story.

Walking the walk is more than doing what you say you will. Many times it is action with no words spoken at all. There are times when deeds truely speak louder than words.

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At 4:02am on December 26, 2013, Dal said…
Nice profile
At 12:51pm on March 17, 2011, Scott Omega said…
Happy birthday
At 12:45pm on March 17, 2011, Marlie said…
Happy Birthday!
At 9:13pm on February 20, 2011, Luke A Sorensen said…
Welcome to the Norse Mythology group. Good to have you.
At 1:15am on February 11, 2011, Brian Pugh said…
You need to promote the pickup trucks group. I don't think anyone outside of me knows it exists.
At 12:45pm on February 9, 2011, Carl Monster said…

Good story LOL and good suggestions. And it all involves growth, does it not? I like that.

The challenge is to find a mens-only anything, everything is both sexes these days (reading clubs I thought were all women). But you don't know till you search, do you?

Thanks yet again. 

At 11:50am on February 9, 2011, Carl Monster said…

I'm a bit of a gym rat lately, but gym training is not conducive to socialization and when I go it's usually women anyway. (I've even put out an ad for a training partner on Craigslist but all I get are men hitting on me)

No, I have not considered that, but then I don't do any of the manly stuff (sports, hunt etc), so the thought of me making an ass of myself on front of a group of other men is a tall order.

Something to think about, however. Thanks for the suggestion.

At 11:29am on February 9, 2011, Carl Monster said…

Just reading this now....I've heard about this personal growth stuff LOL.

Yes, I'll blog away and see what the gents here are blogging about. Take some notes.

And the forums are proving to be a fascinating insight into the minds of other guys, outside of a professional environment.

 

Thanks for your input.

At 10:07am on February 1, 2011, Carl Monster said…

Thanks for friending.

I was beginning to think joining this was a mistake, because I feel clearly out of my comfort zone, but then that's a good thing.

At 3:38pm on January 30, 2011, t-train said…
Welcome to Armchair Generals!
 
 
 

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Regular Joe replied to Joe W's discussion Fitness for Christian Men in the group Christian Men
""Having working in the mental health field for example, I know Christians often take a different stance on certain matters than those approaching comments from a secular mindset. For example, if you were to post about feeling God leading you in…"
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Mongoose replied to Sir's discussion Things that can't convince in the group The Great Debate
"I'm projecting?!? ...I'm so embarrassed!"
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Regular Joe replied to Sir's discussion Things that can't convince in the group The Great Debate
"It was a joke referring to how some types of Christians don't consider Mormons to be Christians. (I personally don't think Mormons are any more or any less Christian than any other Christian denomination.) "
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Regular Joe replied to Sir's discussion Things that can't convince in the group The Great Debate
"First I'm projecting, then you're projecting. Everyone's projecting!  "
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Regular Joe replied to Sir's discussion Is it manly to own a cat?
"Hyena's aren't canines. (Or felines.) They're their own thing. (Closest thing would be the badger family, but they're nonetheless distinct from badgers.)  "
14 minutes ago
Derek replied to Sir's discussion Is it manly to own a cat?
"This thought makes it even more manly."
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ClubmanPinaud replied to Sir's discussion Is it manly to own a cat?
"Someone's also gotta take it off (when he's hungry) and put it on again to feed or drink at least a couple times a day. Canines are canines, if he can effectively dominate and become pack leader/alpha in the hyena's head it should…"
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Derek replied to Sir's discussion Is it manly to own a cat?
"Agreed."
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