Jeffrey J Johnson
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  • Nashville, TN
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Jeffrey J Johnson replied to David P. Lochner's discussion And 1 and 2 and 3... in the group Ballroom Dancing
"My instructor started with Slow-Quick-Quick or numbers. I agree using numbers is a better way for a number of reasons."
Mar 28, 2013
Jeffrey J Johnson replied to John Lowe's discussion Becoming the consummate leader in the group Ballroom Dancing
"While I would not say that a leader could lead ANY follower who did not know what you are doing, I do agree that it can sometimes be possible. A lot of it (from what I have found) depends on how much the follower will actually follow.  I…"
Mar 28, 2013
Jeffrey J Johnson joined Randall "Skitch" Hodgson's group
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Ballroom Dancing

For those of us honest-to-goodness gentlemen who know better. There are few things more manly than leading your lady to the ballroom floor, wearing your best wingtip dance shoes, and leading her in a good old fashioned jive.
Mar 28, 2013
Jeffrey J Johnson is now a member of Art of Manliness
Jan 16, 2013

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Joshua Wolf replied to Joshua Wolf's discussion Fraternal orders for young men?
"I think they would offer skills I'm looking to introduce but not necessarily the structure I'm looking to create."
3 minutes ago
Joshua Wolf replied to Joshua Wolf's discussion Fraternal orders for young men?
"Hi Will, I'm not talking about orders not accepting young men. I'm talking about the reasons for young men not joining. There is little for them in most of these organizations, hence why they don't have many young people in these…"
11 minutes ago
Will replied to Joshua Wolf's discussion Fraternal orders for young men?
"AFAIK, every fraternal order accepts young men.  Knights of Columbus accepts starting at age 18.  Freemasons, it's 18 or 21.  Elks and Moose, 21.  Oddfellows, 16.  Rotary, 18.  You have plenty of options."
23 minutes ago
Joshua Wolf replied to Joshua Wolf's discussion Fraternal orders for young men?
"What other organization\fraternal orders? I agree fraternal orders exist and serve some of the purposes I describe, but not for young men.  "
28 minutes ago
Sean commented on Max's photo
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I made this

"I see what looks like maple, oak, purple heart, black walnut and possibly mahogany. Is the centre zebrawood or some kind of rosewood? At any rate, good work. Post more photos of your work as they come along."
44 minutes ago
Duke Braeden the Lionhearted replied to Joshua Wolf's discussion Fraternal orders for young men?
"Historical reenacting, especially medieval might be up your alley"
50 minutes ago
Joshua Wolf replied to Joshua Wolf's discussion Fraternal orders for young men?
"The focus is on personal development and community building "
52 minutes ago
Joshua Wolf replied to Joshua Wolf's discussion Fraternal orders for young men?
"Hey Shane, I believe your right as much as a group of people who have an interest in old timey stuff. What I am going for here is more of a shift to a less virtual and tech based world, giving young men a break from this and hopefully a new-found…"
55 minutes ago

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