Jeremy Anderberg
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  • Denver, CO
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Denver meetup?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Glen Yoshida Oct 1. 1 Reply

Howdy crew,I'd love to see more in-person meetups happen from the community. Wondering if anyone in the Denver area is interested in meeting up at a local brewery on Saturday, October 26. No agenda,…Continue

Your favorite podcasts?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shawn K Jul 13, 2013. 27 Replies

Hey Fellas,Working on a list of best podcasts for guys...what are you favorites? Thanks!Continue

Fiction for Men -- Need Your Recommendations!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Max Mar 22, 2013. 104 Replies

Howdy fellas,Jeremy from AoM here. We're assembling a master list of fiction recommendations for men. We already have a good list goin, but are looking for even more. Thanks!Jeremy…Continue

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An Idle Dad left a comment for Jeremy Anderberg
"Hey Jeremy - everything OK? No second discussion for Call of the Wild, no December 2014 book - hope you are alright."
Dec 3
Glen Yoshida replied to Jeremy Anderberg's discussion Denver meetup?
"Right on. A local braddah! I didn't notice that you were local when I sent you a message earlier. Shaking hands and meeting up in person sounds good. I'm in."
Oct 1
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"So, what's the next book?"
Jun 30

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Website
http://www.artofmanliness.com.
Interests
books, craft beer, coffee, words.
Books
All of them. Edging more and more towards traditional "classics," however.

Absolutely faves include Lord of the Rings, To Kill A Mockingbird, Frankenstein, Holes.
Movies
LOTR, Star Wars, Gladiator - anything epic.
Music
Civil Wars, Mumford, folksy stuff.

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At 4:59pm on December 3, 2014, An Idle Dad said…

Hey Jeremy - everything OK? No second discussion for Call of the Wild, no December 2014 book - hope you are alright.

At 6:23pm on June 30, 2014, Anthony Renwick said…
So, what's the next book?
At 10:59pm on January 12, 2014, Coyote said…

Hi Jeremy,

My addition to the January AofM Book Club thread hasn't been posted and when I tried to post it again I received a message saying that the post was a duplicate. I'm guessing that the posted comments need to be approved, but I'm new to the book club and it's possible that I'm doing something wrong. Please let me know if that's the case.

Also, after trying to make the post, I noticed that all of the comments that were posted seemed to be under actual names as opposed to user names. My real name is Dan if it makes any difference. Thanks.

 
 
 

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