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Tattoo Idea's (outdoor/farm theme)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Splash Jul 30, 2014. 14 Replies

Hey guys. It's time for more ink, and I thought some of the artsy folk might have some input as to where I could go with this. I've got an American traditional style rooster on my right shoulder.…Continue

Best concert you've been to

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paul O'B Jul 25, 2014. 49 Replies

Was bullshitting with my music friends, and we came up on the topic of concerts. What's the best live performance you've attended? Who'd you go with, why was it your favorite, etc. Give us the…Continue

At what point do you put down your dog?

Started this discussion. Last reply by David F. Jan 7, 2013. 14 Replies

Haven't posted in here for a while. I won't make this a cry fest, as now isn't the time. I've discussed this with my father since our first dog, Otto, has been coming up in age. I'll try not to write…Continue

Making Farm Animals Friendly

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paul Oct 8, 2011. 19 Replies

Long story short, my family got four alpacas at the beginning of September. By the beginning of October, they were to the point where you could prop yourself against one while it was laying down and…Continue

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Paul replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Which Of Your Dad´s Habits Became Your Habits? Did You Plan It That Way?
"I'm just going to post similarities because I am actually quite different than my father. He's very structured, OCD, organized, etc. I'm sporadic and function best in complete chaos. But... Drinking beer. We both love beer. Having…"
Jun 22
DY324 replied to Paul's discussion Dave Brubeck in the group Jazz
"I like him too.  Take Five is my favorite.  :)"
Jun 14
Paul replied to Chu Kim's discussion Gun Shyness with Girls
"Practice makes perfect. Walk up and make a fool of yourself. You'll get better as you get out of your comfort zone more often. "
Jun 6
Paul replied to Nick the Clever's discussion What Did You Major in, and Why?
"Started a Bio major. Joined the Navy, became a Corpsman. I didn't really specialize, I'm more of a jack of many disciplines of medicine, master of none. Getting out soon to back to uni for Wildlife and fisheries/natural resource…"
Mar 26
Paul replied to Brad Williams's discussion What Constitutes a Comprehensive First Aid Kit
"14FR Nasophyryngeal airway to prove to your buddies that you're a badass and can smoke cigarettes out of it.  No man, your medbag is only as good as your skills. I wouldn't trust a jr Corpsman with a roll of silk tape. Echoing…"
Jan 6
Paul replied to Francis's discussion Great Article on how to buy quality sweaters
"I have a pretty cool hoodie with my favorite tractor company on it. Much like a sweater. "
Dec 17, 2014
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Sean O' commented on Paul's photo

typical day off

"You have a point. I bought Orion in the bar, but usually something else at Max Value. Foster is just down the road a bit......not like you are up in Hanson!!"
Dec 2, 2014
Paul commented on Paul's photo

typical day off

"I love Orion but it's not sold at all the local shoppettes and it's kind of a pain in the ass to get off base because of the restrictions. And nah Foster. Kadena is for the weekends lol"
Dec 2, 2014
Paul replied to Steve Dallas's discussion Bully
"i've heard it used as an interjection and instantly thought of the wannabe 19th century gentleturds on this site. "
Dec 2, 2014
Sean O' commented on Paul's photo

typical day off

"Kadena? I didn't live on base, but I recognize the architecture as that of the U.S. military. I lived in Yommitan when I was in Oki. And that beer should really be an Orion.....get into the culture!"
Nov 26, 2014
Sean O' commented on Paul's photo


"I had a little over 3 years in Oki and loved it. Enjoy your time there!!"
Nov 26, 2014
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Nov 25, 2014
Paul commented on cc's group The Art of Manly Body Modification
"Sup guys. 20 year young sailor in Japan, keeping the longstanding tradition of tattoos going. Currently got the "cock on the right", and working my next few bouts of ink including an upper back mural I'm laying out. Joined to get some…"
Aug 20, 2014
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I've been thinking about this kind of group for a long time and I'd like to share my own stories along with other people's stories about their body modification experiences. Please keep it clean and use only acceptable responses.
Aug 20, 2014
Paul replied to Pat's discussion 50-year-old wrestler back on the mat
"My coach in high school was in his 70's and cleaned house on my buddy's and I routinely. "
Aug 20, 2014

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At 7:56am on July 13, 2014, Allen Winston Cook said…

That's great man and having something from your dad makes it even more special. Nice guitar..and great dog. Love the scenery shots on your page. Have a good one buddy.

At 5:50am on April 29, 2014, Allen Winston Cook said…

Hey Paul,

Beautiful country the scenery shots! You must of made a trip to Indonesia? Borneo? 

At 11:35am on January 26, 2012, The Original Cody said…

Honestly, I have not heard a lot of their music, but I do enjoy Jack White as a person.

At 10:38pm on January 16, 2012, Fred S Davenport, Jr said…

Thanks for the friendship add. I am really enjoying this site. Hoping to be a better man, husband and father. Sometime I want to introduce my son to the site. Glad to see other young men here!

At 11:17pm on December 1, 2011, Lukus Albin said…

I've been infantry my whole career. What about you?

At 11:47pm on November 30, 2011, Lukus Albin said…

I'm Infantry. Why do you ask?

At 12:07am on November 2, 2011, Benjamin Troy Rud said…
Yeah surf is better more consistently on the West coast, but I like the East coast culture better. I'm a F-16 mechanic in the Air Force
At 2:38pm on October 31, 2011, Benjamin Troy Rud said…
I surf around San Diego currently.  I grew up surfing in Orange County, CA and then lived and surfed in North Florida for about 5 years
At 5:25pm on August 26, 2011, Herb Munson said…
Just wanted to say welcome to The Great Debate. Great to have you with us.
At 1:09am on April 2, 2011, Semper Rogue said…

My first enlistment was infantry, a grunt/gravelcruncher etc. I was fairly good at it and did some interesting stuff. Got involved in the teaching side of things and did alot of classroom work; weapons, tactics, reservist training, etc.

My second enlistment; got hurt going in harm's way. It happens. Was getting out and I got lucky, I was accepted into the Engineers and went to a Army base for training. Did stuff like build things and blow them up, very satisfying. Got sent to war and ended up back with the 7th Marines. Go figure.

Tried to do the reserve thing, it just didn't work out. Nothing wrong with them but I was getting older and ran out of patience. There are easy, effective ways of doing things and the reservist keep finding every way but. Plus I was spending my reserve check at the titty bars and that wasn't very farsighted.

Give me a email address and I'll be happy to answer any questions.

I apologize for the late reply, I'm not always near a computer.



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Poem I wrote the night before I overdosed in 2010. No title, just talks about heartbreak, suicide, and sadness.

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Jay replied to Jay's discussion Is it possible to accurately predict someone else's past or present emotions?
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Sir replied to Jay's discussion Is it possible to accurately predict someone else's past or present emotions?
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