I decided to stop using the art of manliness community a while back..to focus on my work and a few other projects that I have been working on. I'm glad to be back..I've missed the community..there…Continue
"Currently my favorite song is: "Back on the Chain Gang" - Pretenders. I can usually find it playing on one of the radio stations. It has a proclivity of making an appearance in my life either when I've just gotten off work or have had…"
"Being your own god isn't something that the bible would suggest. That would be more in line with the Satanist viewpoint (or from what I've read). Please feel free to correct me if I'm wrong in that.
I agree with what others…"
"The bible mostly. I finished the New Testament, now slogging through the Old. I'm reading Stoic philosophy (Seneca) and also books about the plant based lifestyle (breaking vegetarian/vegan) Thug Kitchen, Meat is for P**sies, etc. Although…"
"I wish you the best of luck. I'm working on trying to become healthier myself. Taking before and after pictures and measurements works for some so they can see the progress that they are making. I did that for a little bit on bodybuilding.com.…"
"I took the thin removable part with clear windows from a passcase wallet. It is really slim. I carry in it credit/debit card, driver's licence, and insurance card. I always carry it in my front trouser pocket or in my coat. I usually carry…"
"A sort of current issues class would be good. Something important that generations are losing is their interest in what is happening around them and understanding what they can do about it. Something else could be useful would be a life lessons…"
"I like the lyrics to this Irish song, regarding patriotism. The title to Tom Clancy's book "Patriot Games" is borrowed from the lyrics.
Come all ye young rebels, and list while I sing, For the love of one's country is a…"
"Then, I perceive you know nothing of patriotism, and it's no surprise given the philosophical bend of the country as a whole. Patriotism has NOTHING to do whatsoever with the government, but to the principles of the country as…"