"I can't help with the article, because I haven't read it, but this is bad advice:
Turn directly to anyone you are talking to. That's the belly-button rule. Your belly button should be turned towards the group. Be like Bill Clinton (in…"
"Here is another one of my little sayings:
"When you give excellence, you can demand excellence."
However, your level of excellence may not be the same as those around you and you must be able to determine that level. If you give and do not…"
"If you want to live in a world of respect, give it out. Be a blessing to those around you and they will bless you for it. If you want to be honored, honor those around you (including yourself); and be honorable.
There may also be some…"
"Respect is not about playing tricks on your friends and coworkers. It's simpler than that, but goes deeper as well.
Respect is demanded.Respect is earned.
And no, those are not mutually exclusive.
You see, the easiest…"
I was wondering if anyone here could help me. I once read an article on AoM (I'm pretty sure it was) about how to behave and act to gain more respect from your friends and the people around you.There's very little I can recall from the article. I think though there was some tip about when you start talking to group of people you should not turn your front directly at them at first, instead you should wait for them to turn their front at you... don't know if this helps anyone remembering the…See More
"It's a joke. We do this to mess with each other. We also brag about kicking Chuck Norris's ass for the same reason.
It is a longstanding male tradition to mess with each other. It's OK. Really.
You do have…"
"Bob, Lucius does this to a lot of newcomers. The only way to win is not to play. (I don't think that block list from chat will help you in the forums, though. If I'm wrong, tell me how to do it. I can think of…"
"Having spent most of my childhood and teen years on a farm, I concur. I miss the countryside. But it sure wasn't where I learned about life. Seeing a pig give birth, selling tomatoes at the market, and castrating sheep may…"
The small sanctuaries atop our dressers and tables that hold our manly trinkets acquired through our lives, some of which have been inherited from our fathers before us and will be passed on to our sons after us.See More