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David R.'s Discussions

Collar stays

Started this discussion. Last reply by Vendetta 49 minutes ago. 6 Replies

I am in the income level where I almost never buy clothing at expensive stores.  The most frequent place I shop at is Walmart, buying especially their store brand of men's clothing called "George." …Continue

Tags: stay, collar

TV show about guy with CP called 'Speechless'

Started this discussion. Last reply by David R. on Friday. 4 Replies

I have been enjoying an ABC sitcom called Speechless, which is about a young guy with cerebral palsy and his family.  One of the reasons I enjoy it is because I have a young nephew who also has…Continue

Tags: Speechless, CP, palsy, cerebral

Mother's Day and Father's Day

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jack Bauer May 15. 8 Replies

[Let me begin by stating that I do not want there to be competition or feelings of good vs. bad (like comparing breast cancer to prostate cancer, even though statistics show that just as many men die…Continue

Tags: mother, father

A "manly exam"

Started this discussion. Last reply by David R. Feb 8. 9 Replies

Have any of your guys had an ultrasound of the scrotum?  I did several years ago, and it certainly was an experience!First, you are in a hospital kind of gown, lying on your back, no underwear. …Continue

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Vendetta replied to David R.'s discussion Collar stays
"I don't think I have ever purchased a button down that didn't come with collar stays. And the nicest I go for dress clothing is Marshalls. "
49 minutes ago
Sean O' replied to David R.'s discussion Collar stays
"I mostly agree. But I have found that cheap shirts tend to fit me like a burlap sack while more expensive shirts tend to provide a more flattering fit and provide a better quality of fabric in general."
3 hours ago
David F. replied to David R.'s discussion Collar stays
"Collar stays to help keep the look of the shirt.  As to them being for expensive clothing.  Its just part of the structural requirements for some shirts. Personally I'm working on tightening my wardrobe down to a set of clothing that…"
3 hours ago
David R. replied to David R.'s discussion Collar stays
"You are right: The Walmart shirts have REMOVABLE collar stays, and now that I think about it, I remember feeling collar stays (non-removable ones) on button front collared "dress" shirts -- I have been wearing button down collared shirts,…"
15 hours ago
Native Son replied to David R.'s discussion Collar stays
"Just so you know, virtually all button front collared "dress" shirts have collar stays.  For the fussy, the exception is the button down collared shirts.) The slightly unusual thing is that you found shirts at Walmart with REMOVABLE…"
15 hours ago
Nature of a Man replied to David R.'s discussion Collar stays
"Myself, I don't think that overpriced brand-name clothing is a necessity, and I'm not even confident that "more expensive" clothing automatically means better quality, especially if it's using a high-profile brand name like…"
20 hours ago
David R. posted a discussion

Collar stays

I am in the income level where I almost never buy clothing at expensive stores.  The most frequent place I shop at is Walmart, buying especially their store brand of men's clothing called "George."  This is not la-de-da* stuff; it's your basic permanent press clothing that looks all right in most situations.Imagine how surprised I was to find after I purchased some short-sleeve shirts from there recently to see that they had collar stays.  (…See More
20 hours ago
David R. replied to Michael D. Denny's discussion Urinating Outdoors
""Make sure you can see what you're pissing on."  Good advice!  ;)"
yesterday
David R. replied to Michael D. Denny's discussion Urinating Outdoors
"I remember a while back where we lived next to a church parking lot.  A neighbor was having a party and had asked the church if it was OK for her guests to park in the parking lot since there would be so many.  The church said that it was…"
yesterday
David R. replied to Michael D. Denny's discussion Urinating Outdoors
"I have told guys that you haven't lived until you have felt a breeze blowing beneath your balls.  Ahh!"
yesterday
David R. replied to Michael D. Denny's discussion Urinating Outdoors
"I can just imagine guys like me who are not large "down there" could too easily fall out of the window as we work diligently to keep from dribbling on the outside of our house.  Yikes!!"
yesterday
David R. replied to David R.'s discussion TV show about guy with CP called 'Speechless'
"Thank you, Jack.  I will keep checking to see when the official DVD is available."
Friday
Sir replied to David R.'s discussion TV show about guy with CP called 'Speechless'
"As an aside:  I was very moved by the Chinese movie Shower.  It was the story of a somewhat estranged son come back to visit family for a while.  Except it turned out not to be:  it ended as the story of the stay at home mentally…"
Friday
Liam Strain replied to David R.'s discussion TV show about guy with CP called 'Speechless'
"I think it's on Hulu as well, if you already have a subscription. "
Friday
Jack Bauer replied to David R.'s discussion TV show about guy with CP called 'Speechless'
"Individual episodes are $1.99 on Amazon.  Whole season is $10.  Never used Amazon Video, but I assume it can be downloaded and transferred to a DVD. https://www.amazon.com/Speechless-Season-1/dp/B01LFSSLSS Official DVD doesn't look…"
Friday
David R. posted a discussion

'Speechless'

I have been enjoying an ABC sitcom called Speechless, which is about a young guy with cerebral palsy and his family.  One of the reasons I enjoy it is because I have a young nephew who also has cerebral palsy (and the actor who plays this character really does have CP).I saw an episode recently that aired on 4/26/2017 called "R-U-N--Runaway" which deals with this young man's frustration with his future.  His mother happens to encounter a (slightly older) young guy with CP who seems to have a…See More
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At 3:40pm on February 11, 2017, Barry Bailey said…

Hi David,

Thank you for the friend request.

I don't remember if we had conversed before.

I've done a number of postings.

Barry

At 2:45pm on August 7, 2016, Mike said…
Either is fine...hope all is ok!
At 1:12pm on February 12, 2016, Kenneth said…

Thanks again David for your supportive words. I hope that you and your family are all well, and that you have a great weekend.

At 12:11am on January 2, 2016, Brad Thompson said…

I lived downtown, near Holy cross, but a lot of my friends lived in Metairie. Had a girlfriend who lived out near Transcontinental Ave. near the lake.

At 6:01pm on December 30, 2015, crandles said…

Hi, Thanks for the add.  I've appreciated your many and varied comments for a while now.

At 8:53pm on November 23, 2015, john evens said…

Hey there David, I was reading the post regarding males touching.

It's a great idea but I wouldn't

think that sort of situation would be easy to find. Most guys are homophobic in our culture, and despite the fact that gay marriage is now legal in the US ,are still wary of anything that hints at guys being close:( even in a non sexual way.

Thanks.

John

At 10:51am on November 18, 2015, terry sperling said…

I think I changed my privacy settings. I spend most of my time in the Testosterone Group. The few groups I've joined seem to be stagnant. The great debate is too much...heh.

After 30 yrs of marriage, and a successful biz I feel I can encourage someone who needs a "That a boy", or "a way to go". Help someone.

 
 
 

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Vendetta replied to Fabricante's discussion Engagement Questions
"You typically ask for permission before you give her the engagement ring. As it would be pointless to ask for permission for something you have already done. As for timing, I asked my now wife for her hand about 3 days after I asked my FIL for…"
38 minutes ago
Vendetta replied to David R.'s discussion Collar stays
"I don't think I have ever purchased a button down that didn't come with collar stays. And the nicest I go for dress clothing is Marshalls. "
49 minutes ago
Vendetta replied to Nature of a Man's discussion Autos with quality crafsmanship
"I have been very happy with the quality and durability of my Nissan. I have 150k miles on my Rogue and I have only paid about $1,000 in repairs on it in the 6+ years I have had it outside of regular maintenance (drive shaft U bracket broke @…"
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David F. replied to Nature of a Man's discussion Autos with quality crafsmanship
"As long as it's not from an american car company I think you will do okay.   This is purely from project management training.  When we looked at continuous improvement, Asian companies where examples of how to do it correctly and see…"
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WannabeTactical replied to WannabeTactical's discussion Furthest Shot in the group Riflemen
"How'd the Philippines treat you? I only know one other dude who spent time there. I'm actually going to the E-5 promotion board in a week."
1 hour ago
Sean O' replied to David R.'s discussion Collar stays
"I mostly agree. But I have found that cheap shirts tend to fit me like a burlap sack while more expensive shirts tend to provide a more flattering fit and provide a better quality of fabric in general."
3 hours ago
David F. replied to David R.'s discussion Collar stays
"Collar stays to help keep the look of the shirt.  As to them being for expensive clothing.  Its just part of the structural requirements for some shirts. Personally I'm working on tightening my wardrobe down to a set of clothing that…"
3 hours ago
Sean O' replied to WannabeTactical's discussion Furthest Shot in the group Riflemen
"Yah, I am starting to get up there a bit. None of the "sir" stuff. I was an NCO. I was in Jalabad in 2004-2005. Most of my time was spent in SE Asia, with multiple tours in the Southern Philippines."
4 hours ago

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