Hello everyone,My name is John Williams and I am new to the AOM community. I have been a frequenter of the site for a few months now and I really enjoy everything going on here. I think this is a…Continue
"Well, this is fascinating, doctors spend the majority of their education and career focusing on disease. That is what they learn about and what they treat. Not many take a lot of time to focus on wellness.
I am actually in a very similar situation…"
Hello everyone,My name is John Williams and I am new to the AOM community. I have been a frequenter of the site for a few months now and I really enjoy everything going on here. I think this is a great resource for men and a good community, and I quite enjoy reading the articles.A bit about myself; I am 27 and happily married for a little over a year now. I am a paramedic and in addition to that my wife and I are both still students. We are from and live in California, however we are in the…See More
"Eritrean People's Liberation Front, fightin Ethiopian forces in the late 1980s for independence, were revolutionaries, not terrorists. But if theyd set off bombs in Addis Abbaba, id call em terrorists.
Custer's nemesis, and the…"
"If you have a rice cooker I recommend beans and rice.
Red kidney beans and brown rice is a great way to get fiber, protein and carbs to keep you going physically and digestively. Red kidney beans for some reason vary in protein content so check the…"
A Skeleton, a Catholic Relic, and a Mystery About American OriginsA newly discovered artifact buried with one of Jamestown’s most prominent leaders suggests he could have been a crypto-Catholic.The finding is a historical bombshell, unearthed in a grave on the site of what was once the first church built at Jamestown. Which means researchers may have just discovered proof of an underground community of Catholics—including Archer and perhaps the person who buried him with the relic—who pretended…See More