John William Cheek
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Herb Munson left a comment for John William Cheek
"Hi John, welcome to The Great Debate. Great to have you with us!"
Aug 30, 2013
John William Cheek replied to Joe's discussion Relationship
"Be proactive. Do not set aside and let this fall into a friend zone as men so often do. Let her know that you have both emotional and physical attraction to her and that you want to be more than friends. Taking it slow is fine. Become comfortable…"
Aug 28, 2013
John William Cheek replied to Sir's discussion Another war in the group The Great Debate
"Bread and Circuses"
Aug 28, 2013
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The Great Debate

"Iron sharpens iron." A place for men to impact each other by debate and exchange of ideas. This is a group where no ideas are off limits. If your motto is, "I never talk about politics or religion," this group is probably not for you. A "gym" for thinkers.See More
Aug 28, 2013
John William Cheek is now a member of Art of Manliness
Aug 27, 2013

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At 10:43am on August 30, 2013, Herb Munson said…

Hi John, welcome to The Great Debate. Great to have you with us!

 
 
 

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Fabricante replied to Fabricante's discussion Tools For The Job
"What type of Programming? I have had C++ and Assembly Language. My math that I have taken goes from Pre Calc up through Calc 3, Diff EQ's and Stats."
23 minutes ago
Vendetta replied to certified male's discussion Suffering Fools and Idiots
"I agree. I have always been one to keep fewer friends of higher quality and don't think I have ever regretted that fact, I think time and experience have actually reinforced the positives!"
26 minutes ago
john evens replied to certified male's discussion Suffering Fools and Idiots
"Hey Certified Male, I agree . I don't listen to hardly anything people say esp. family and/or women. Most just babble on with one inanity after another. John Evens"
45 minutes ago
Mongoose replied to Apollyon's discussion Most foolproof way to stop being lazy?
"Incidentally, you mentioned "very depressed." If that is the case, you do need to see a professional. Remember: depression is a complex medical condition which affects multiple systems and processes. ONE symptom of depression is that it…"
50 minutes ago
Mongoose replied to Apollyon's discussion Most foolproof way to stop being lazy?
"A) There is no "foolproof" way. Humans are all individuals, and we all have different motivators. Therefore, none of us can present you with a foolproof way. B) Ask yourself: "Who is an expert in tweaking personality traits?"…"
55 minutes ago
Mongoose replied to Apollyon's discussion Most foolproof way to stop being lazy?
"Re: "school kills...creativity:" After one has mastered the task at hand, the student can be as creative with the skill as possible. But, while learning the task, it is a necessary fact that the learning be very controlled (appearing less…"
1 hour ago
certified male posted a discussion

Suffering Fools and Idiots

The older I get the less time I want to be around / spend time with / listen to / talk with / argue with / Fs and Is.  Any more I give them a courtesy listen then move on. This includes guys at work and even some former friends.  I guess I just don't care that much anymore.  Yes, I have a wide variety of friends.  I just feel I want my life to be a little more contented.  BTW It seems like it is almost always men.  Life is not always hard but it can often be difficult.See More
1 hour ago
Apollyon replied to Apollyon's discussion Most foolproof way to stop being lazy?
"I feel like school kills most of any sort of creativity, even in those classes, and I only did the bare minimum to pass. I did okay in those classes, but wasn't particularly interested in them due to the structure. But my opinion is that modern…"
1 hour ago

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