G. H. Vaughan
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  • Hot Springs National Park, AR
  • United States
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G. H. Vaughan replied to Brad Williams's discussion Share your Vices
"Here, Here "
May 4, 2014
G. H. Vaughan replied to Andrew McNeal's discussion What was your first car?
"Nice"
Apr 6, 2014
G. H. Vaughan replied to Jarid's discussion What is your choice of concealed carry weapon?
" Smith and Wesson BG 380 most of the time based on the concealment factor. Glock 27 at times. "
Feb 2, 2014
G. H. Vaughan replied to Scott J's discussion How of many of these guys have you seen at the gym??
" I go to a gym that is frequented by a lot of older people. I won't even go in the locker room except for a quick occasional weigh in because of the old men walking around naked in there. Most of these folks are Type A personality types…"
Jan 11, 2014
G. H. Vaughan replied to Dennis Kennedy's discussion Awesomely Manly Things That Hipsters Stole From Us Regular Guys
"Remember the commercial, where the wife mocked her husband  "I know about the armadillo""
Jan 4, 2014
G. H. Vaughan replied to Ben's discussion Did your Grandfather or Great Grandfather fight in WW2?
"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…"
Dec 16, 2013
G. H. Vaughan joined Bill Teeple's group
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Manly Hats!

The hat, distinguished by having a brim all the way around, is manly. Let's talk about hats.
Sep 5, 2013
G. H. Vaughan joined thehuhman's group
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Family Man

This AoM group is devoted to the betterment of families. It's for men striving to be better husbands, fathers, and sons. Are you a "family man"? Join this group today!See More
Sep 4, 2013
G. H. Vaughan joined Gordon Aitken's group
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A Good Boot

For Men who like a good boot on their feet.
Sep 4, 2013
G. H. Vaughan joined Jacob Fehr's group
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Manly Character

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
Sep 4, 2013
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Everyday Carry

A group to discuss those objects we carry every day, and the balance between utility, effectiveness, and sentimentality.
Sep 3, 2013
G. H. Vaughan joined E.A. Burt's group
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Zippo Lighters

The real man's lighter.
Sep 3, 2013
G. H. Vaughan joined thehuhman's group
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Men Over 50

For the slightly older guys. (those who've already received the letter from AARP!) Let's just see how many of us are proud to have made it this far!See More
Sep 3, 2013
G. H. Vaughan replied to Nate Thallas's discussion Looking for input on a new set of wheels
"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…"
Apr 28, 2013
G. H. Vaughan replied to Uncle Sam's discussion Any way to make the ALICE pack more comfortable for ruck marches/hiking.
"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…"
Jan 27, 2013
G. H. Vaughan replied to Jeff P's discussion Where in the world do you meet a respectable single woman nowadays?
"Church"
Dec 2, 2012

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Clinton R. Ausmus replied to Sam K's discussion Materialism and Marxism in the group The Great Debate
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Sam K replied to Sam K's discussion MGTOW - the worst of the "men's movement" websites?
"These are not the 'nice guy' characteristics of which we speak. You're conflating wimp and/or "ass-kisser" with "nice guy". They are not one and the same. That's what the term "nice guy" is used to…"
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Regular Joe replied to Sam K's discussion Materialism and Marxism in the group The Great Debate
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26 minutes ago
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"Marx's ideology was a direct result of the economy and how the economy was managed under the Czarist rule.  Instead of applying the rule of law to attain and maintain the rights of the serfs/peasants he chose to remove the property rights…"
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