I have been doing a lot of research on the Catholic Monarchs Ferdinand and Isabelle and I have decided that the internet really can't satisfy the things I want to know. I want a book and a good…Continue
I am currently going to college and working full time over the summers and part time throughout the school year. By avoiding the common college sins that put holes in a man's wallet (drugs and binge…Continue
"The Rape of the Sabine Women is semi-legendary, probably not an historical event. Greece was far from "hellenized" at that time period. And neither Greeks or Romans fought naked. They just depicted themselves fighting naked, because this…"
"I'd chose something that would sit well in a gentleman's study. Probably something with relatively muted colours, and a manly twist.
Perhaps a military tone:
The Battle of Trafalgar by Auguste Mayer
The Charge of the Light Brigade by…"
Hi there Dennis. Welcome to AoM! Also, I'd like to give you a friendly invite to check out my group, The Great Debate. Just click on "Groups." It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. It's also one of the most active groups on AoM. In any case, great to have you with us.
"There's a lot of factors in that. What are you doing with the bow? Are you just shooting targets, if so any of those will work. On mine I just have a variety. I would say get some good lightweight, middle, and heavyweight in a…"
"You've made some very generalized statements that were true for most black people depending on which decade you want to discuss. And while the ability from blacks to pull themselves up by their bootstraps has been hampered by many elements, the…"
"Sounds very urban and vital.
I enjoy country life; people are more or less the same, usually polite and I don't have to dance around issues of race, culture or orientation, though people really tend to leave each other alone anyway."
"It has its advantages and disadvantages, but mostly I consider it a big plus.
The world is changing. For example, when I first lived in Washington, DC 20+ years ago, the community was divided and polarized by just two cultures, white and…"