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Waking Up To A Nightmare

Started Mar 6, 2015 0 Replies

Paying tribute to my father who passed away five years ago today.http://bpbcigars.com/waking-up-to-a-nightmare/Continue

Awesomely Manly Things That Hipsters Stole From Us Regular Guys

Started this discussion. Last reply by Regular Joe Jan 6, 2014. 44 Replies

Happy New Year, folks. Been a while sicne I've been on here.Here's a fun little article... made me laugh. …Continue

TOP 5 ALBUMS OF 2012

Started this discussion. Last reply by Derek Dec 21, 2012. 10 Replies

I thought this might be a fun end of the year discussion. I'm sure some arguments will come from this, but let's keep it fun! My Top 5 Albums of 20121) "Boys and Girls" by Alabama Shakes2)…Continue

Introduction

Started this discussion. Last reply by Clay Oct 22, 2012. 3 Replies

Greetings all!I've been a loyal reader of AoM for a long time, and decided to join the community. Just wanted to take this opportunity to say hello, and that I look forward to some friendly…Continue

 

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Paying tribute to my father who passed away five years ago today.http://bpbcigars.com/waking-up-to-a-nightmare/See More
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Waking Up To A Nightmare

Today marks five years since I lost my old man. I paid tribute to him in an article on my friends website.http://bpbcigars.com/waking-up-to-a-nightmare/See More
Mar 6, 2015
Regular Joe replied to Dennis Kennedy's discussion Awesomely Manly Things That Hipsters Stole From Us Regular Guys
"You might be thinking of the 90s punk revival. The workwear thing was a reflection of what was happening in the skateboard scene at the time (90s punk and the skate scene were tied at the hip) and the remnants of the grunge scene."
Jan 6, 2014
John A. replied to Dennis Kennedy's discussion Awesomely Manly Things That Hipsters Stole From Us Regular Guys
"Navy, downtown at the old federal building.  I couldn't avoid recruiting duty and it finally caught up to me.  Avoided field recruiting, but worked there for 2 years before retiring.  Airbase shared tarmac with some Navy…"
Jan 6, 2014
Regular Joe replied to Dennis Kennedy's discussion Awesomely Manly Things That Hipsters Stole From Us Regular Guys
""The problem is that we’ve lumped too many subcultures and stereotypes into the definition of the hipster. As a result, the word, as an insult, has become completely meaningless. For example, those dorks who dress like it’s 1932 and…"
Jan 6, 2014
Regular Joe replied to Dennis Kennedy's discussion Awesomely Manly Things That Hipsters Stole From Us Regular Guys
"Not exactly. The sentiment is right but the eras are wrong.   Punk was a music and fashion style that happened because Malcolm Maclaren and Vivienne Westwood owned an S&M-inspired clothing store in England called Sex. They wanted to promote…"
Jan 6, 2014
Regular Joe replied to Dennis Kennedy's discussion Awesomely Manly Things That Hipsters Stole From Us Regular Guys
"Hipster doesn't actually mean anything anymore. People think it does but it doesn't. It might have meant something at one point but now people use the word hipster to describe just about anyone who doesn't dress like a Romney.…"
Jan 6, 2014
Regular Joe replied to Dennis Kennedy's discussion Awesomely Manly Things That Hipsters Stole From Us Regular Guys
"Ah! I see! You're upset that people are paying too much for brand names that are essentially over-priced cheap beer. We have that same phenomenon in Canada, too. People pay an arm and a leg for what the industry calls "domestic…"
Jan 6, 2014
Jérôme Denis Andre replied to Dennis Kennedy's discussion Awesomely Manly Things That Hipsters Stole From Us Regular Guys
":-D Ok, I apparently never met someone like that. (Though I've met some equally militant "normal" vegans. Gosh, to be honest i've never met a non militant vegan as far as I know.) But then again: Are they really dicks in that…"
Jan 4, 2014
Jérôme Denis Andre replied to Dennis Kennedy's discussion Awesomely Manly Things That Hipsters Stole From Us Regular Guys
"Ok, thanks for clearing that up a bit I guess. So essentially people who are different for the sake of beeing different in itself? But then again: What is the problem with all of that, as long as they do not bother other people with it? I just…"
Jan 4, 2014
Bryan Maloney replied to Dennis Kennedy's discussion Awesomely Manly Things That Hipsters Stole From Us Regular Guys
"Hello, I'm a man. Too old to care if some punk kids like or don't like my schtick. If they like it, okay, no problem. Plenty to go around."
Jan 4, 2014
Jack Bauer replied to Dennis Kennedy's discussion Awesomely Manly Things That Hipsters Stole From Us Regular Guys
"Pretty much just another word for "punk" or a "douche". Bigger version ... http://s.mlkshk.com/r/KMXI JB"
Jan 4, 2014
StaggerLee replied to Dennis Kennedy's discussion Awesomely Manly Things That Hipsters Stole From Us Regular Guys
"Thanks, JB. I honestly had no clue what a hipster was. "
Jan 4, 2014
StaggerLee replied to Dennis Kennedy's discussion Awesomely Manly Things That Hipsters Stole From Us Regular Guys
"Grew a beard immediately after leaving the Army. That was 27 years ago. I look like crap in a flannel shirt. Back when I could drink cheap beer, I favored Miller High Life. Some where along the way something changed and half a bottle of domestic…"
Jan 4, 2014
Jack Bauer replied to Dennis Kennedy's discussion Awesomely Manly Things That Hipsters Stole From Us Regular Guys
"Hipsters exist.  They just don't typically self-identify as "hipsters" ... because, to most, its an insult.  Kinda like how douchebags -- a group that intersects heavily with hipsters -- rarely refer to themselves as…"
Jan 4, 2014
G. H. Vaughan replied to Dennis Kennedy's discussion Awesomely Manly Things That Hipsters Stole From Us Regular Guys
"Remember the commercial, where the wife mocked her husband  "I know about the armadillo""
Jan 4, 2014

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At 9:15am on October 26, 2012, Rockeman said…

Welcome, Dennis.  I am a musician, so music is something we have in common.  :) 

 
 
 

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