"A Man works to make himself better physically and mentally, but understands it's a life-long task.
A Man takes the high road when not doing so might benefit him in a momentary way.
A Man treats woman with respect, maintaining…"
"Oh, is that the next line? I thought it was pretty, and witty, and bright.
Ah, a google search has shown that in the later verses, gay is at the end of that particular phrase. Very interesting that it's only…"
"The person I was replying has labeled them self as a liberal. If all you are here to do is to show your ignorance then mission accomplished (pat on the back and a hardy thumbs up).
-Why why will this crap commenting system not allow me to reply?"
"Just to point out, you began your dismissal of labeling with an act of labeling and casting blanket assumptions. I don't qualify as a liberal in many regards, but such assertions needn't enter this particular conversation."
"I love how libs are so quick label others that which they fear inside themselves. Much like how they label everyone who doesn't agree with them a racist, while they believe blacks should be promoted, hired or accepted based on color because…"
"Can't get the reply feature to work so will summarise my answers here.
One, will go one beyond Chuck's Y-chromosome and say what makes a man is the sex-determining region gene (SRY) of the Y chromosome.
And Rocky Horror. I blame that…"
Model Railroading, Reading, Writing, Offroading, Kayaking, Snorkeling, SCUBA Diving, Kenpo
Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, The Silmarillion, River of Doubt, Chronicles of Narnia, Children of Hurin
Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit
Taylor Swift, Christmas, Patriotic, Classical
All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost;
The old that is strong does not wither,
Deep roots are not reached by the frost.
From the ashes a fire shall be woken,
A light from the shadows shall spring;
Renewed shall be blade that was broken,
The crownless again shall be king.
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"JR, I applaud your transparency, candor and frankness to your son. This experience will be one that he will remember forever, as it obviously brought the two of you closer together. He most likely will feel that he can talk to you about anything,…"
Did any of you see this story? Colorado gymnastics teacher Dylan Schuetz was cliff-climbing recently with some of his buddies, when he fell some 100 feet. Amazingly, he survived, albeit with both legs broken, and says he put his gymnastics training into use the moment he lost his grip. He also happened to be shirtless at the time, which is common for male cliff climbers. And, as a former gymnast, I know most guys practice gymnastics shirtless. I certainly hope he makes a complete recovery…See More