"My uncle served in the ETO on a tank destroyer. As the story goes, just a few day before the end of the war, when he was 24, they had the Nazi's on the ropes and were constantly on the attack. My uncle's company was being resupplied…"
A discussion about what it means to be manly on the inside. We can participate in all the manly activities we desire and still be a coward. Men are involved in a variety of careers and hobbies that differ greatly, but we can all still be great men.See More
"I drive a Jeep Liberty pretty much every day for work. It’s an ok vehicle but it can be a little tight if you are a big guy plus the Liberty didn’t get very favorable performance reviews for a SUV in its class. That aside, I live in the…"
"Ditto on everything Aaron and Sean said. Get a frame, make sure the belt is tight around your waist, carry the heaviest part of your load up high on the pack. The only thing I would add is find a mental "happy place" to go to…"
"I agree that this sounds more like a management issue than a leadership issue. I don't really have any good suggestions for management training books.
As for leadership, look up the US Army leadership manuals. ADP 6-22 and ADRP…"
I know, I know, I've got a dirty mind sometimes. But here goes anyway.I passed by the sign in front of a local gym that was promoting how much weight their members had lost. I saw "Congratulations, Bob Smith! He lost 75 pounds and 19 inches!"How many men would like to lose "19 inches"?! Comments?See More
"We are discussing two things here.
1. Globalism actually brought as huge relative wealth since the average western household now can afford things that were liited to the aristocracy just 100 years ago. Have you laundry done, babysitters, maids,…"
"I agree and being able to patent f.e. new drug recipes is very important for innovation, since there is a lot of money invested. But there are also many areas were patents kill innovation and competition, since they grant a quasi monopoly for…"
"I wouldn't call it "bizarre", though I think 'shared interests' can be over-emphasized.
Shared values are far more important. Shared goals. Friendship ... which is different from merely liking the same…"
""To me this just seems... weird, and doesn't seem to jive with history; romantic relationships to me are primarily about attraction and love, and the specific 'activities' you do together aren't really that important,…"