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Hoisting a Christmas Tree in a town square

Started this discussion. Last reply by Liam S. Nov 9, 2012. 3 Replies

Gents, One of my friends has undertaken the responsibility to erect a Christmas tree in the town square. The Christmas tree is somewhere between 22' and 25'. Does anyone have an idea on how to hoist…Continue

Happy Birthday to Theodore Roosevelt!!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joseph Gagin Oct 28, 2010. 3 Replies

President Roosevelt was born today in 1858.  This has probably been done before, but I thought it'd be great to write in your favorite Teddy Roosevelt quote.

Winter Footwear for Suit-wearers

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cameron Pearson Sep 18, 2010. 17 Replies

I'm entering my first winter where I'll need to be wearing a suit to work.  Any suggestions on footwear for foul weather?  Also, how do you protect your trouser cuffs from becoming soaked and damaged…Continue

 

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Liam S. replied to Drew Nishiyama's discussion Hoisting a Christmas Tree in a town square
"Crane. Or 40-50 Amish men with an afternoon to kill (barn raising experience). "
Nov 9, 2012
Rick Shelton replied to Drew Nishiyama's discussion Hoisting a Christmas Tree in a town square
"Crane."
Nov 9, 2012
Niles replied to Drew Nishiyama's discussion Happy Birthday to Theodore Roosevelt!!
"I have too many favorites to say that this is my absolute favorite, but it's up there. "Courtesy is as much a mark of a gentleman as courage"."
Oct 27, 2010
Rebekah replied to Drew Nishiyama's discussion Jonathan Edwards' Birthday in the group Christian Men
"So cool! My father's ABD in American religious history, with that dissertation supposed to be about American Puritans; I could tell you hundreds of stories about my childhood and thinking and talking about Edwards. Some favorites: I used to…"
Oct 5, 2010
Cameron Pearson replied to Drew Nishiyama's discussion Winter Footwear for Suit-wearers
"Ridiculous."
Sep 18, 2010
Cameron Pearson replied to Drew Nishiyama's discussion Winter Footwear for Suit-wearers
"Hunter Wellingtons."
Sep 18, 2010
David F. replied to Drew Nishiyama's discussion Winter Footwear for Suit-wearers
"Would overshoes rub the base shoe to bits? I've thought about them but it seems like I'm setting up my work shoes for extra ware and tare along with more polishing for me."
Sep 17, 2010
Michael J. Austin replied to Drew Nishiyama's discussion Winter Footwear for Suit-wearers
"My brother is a mail carrier and he uses these (Neo) in the winter time over his running shoes ... loves them."
Sep 17, 2010
Luke replied to Drew Nishiyama's discussion Winter Footwear for Suit-wearers
"What about galoshes? Fit right over your current shoes and protect them from the snow, rain etc"
Sep 17, 2010
Liam S. replied to Drew Nishiyama's discussion Winter Footwear for Suit-wearers
"For truly nasty weather, where I still have to wear a suit - I have a pair of "Neo" over boots. Keep your dress shoes on. They slip over and have a cinch cuff about 8" high to protect your pants as well. Then just remove them when you…"
Sep 16, 2010
Len L replied to Drew Nishiyama's discussion Winter Footwear for Suit-wearers
"Get a pair of Tingleys to go over your Dress shoes. [IMG]http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/312M6JR65FL._AA300_.jpg[/img]"
Sep 16, 2010
William Smith replied to Drew Nishiyama's discussion Winter Footwear for Suit-wearers
"I live in Toronto, while we don't get a lot of snow compared to other parts of Canada, there is a lot of slush. I echo others depending on how formal your office is, keep a pair of brown and black shoes and get a pair of brown and black…"
Sep 15, 2010
Rebekah replied to Drew Nishiyama's discussion Are our lives to be pitied? in the group Christian Men
"+1,000s Happy Ember week, everyone!"
Sep 15, 2010
Paul_of_TX replied to Drew Nishiyama's discussion Are our lives to be pitied? in the group Christian Men
"Just because someone looks at your life and thinks you are doing pretty good for your self does not automatically say that you are living of this world and not living the life of a Christian. I know of people who make an excellent living and I am…"
Sep 15, 2010
Daniel Gaston replied to Drew Nishiyama's discussion Winter Footwear for Suit-wearers
"I Walk to work every day here in Halifax, which is mostly wet and slushy with lots of salt during the winter. Rarely have to wade through snow drifs (just after a storm) but frequently need to wade through icy puddles a few inches deep. I just have…"
Sep 15, 2010
David F. replied to Drew Nishiyama's discussion Winter Footwear for Suit-wearers
"I know of women who do this with high heels. What a great idea. -D"
Sep 15, 2010

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http://thecompleatangler-fishernish.blogspot.com
Interests
Fly fishing, bicycling, ultimate fishing, my wife
Books
The Bible, The Compleat Angler, The Pilgram's Progress, Practical Christianity, John G. Patton, A River Runs Through It
Movies
The Last of the Mohicans, A River Runs Through It, Chariots of Fire, Braveheart, Gladiator
Music
Classic Rock, Hillsong
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So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God. - 1 Corinthians 10:31

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At 7:55pm on May 13, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Alright! Welcome to The Great Debate. Great to have you with us.
At 6:17pm on May 12, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Hi there Drew. Welcome to AoM and also to the Christian Men's group. Great to have you with us. 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.
 
 
 

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Jonas Wright posted a discussion

Button up V-Fit / Athletic Fit / any suggestions for shorter/slimmer guy with a broader chest

Greetings all,Here's the deal. I am 5'7" and by no means a muscle-bound Adonis. However,my chest and arms are problematic for button up shirts.  I have a 31 inch waist and about a 37 inch chest.Case in point: I was trying to find a button up hiking shirt today at REI. The small on all the button up shirts were ok in length, a little baggy on the lower torso and way too tight on the upper torso. I am fine if I stand with my arms down, but once I cross my arms, extend my arms, or, god forbid, try…See More
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Robert G replied to Gage Michael Holmes's discussion Advice
"I've heard the same thing.  I usually go M/W/F, but didn't make it Monday.  I love the energy rush I get through the rest of the day.  Wish I had a gym buddy here, but I've only been going to this gym for a few months."
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