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What does one keep in a hip-flask?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ben Copenhaver Jun 3, 2013. 71 Replies


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Kasper replied to Jack M.'s discussion What book do you think is worth re-reading and why?.
"Sweet Thursday isn't quite as good but I treated myself to a first UK edition as a graduation present... not quite as good but I absolutely love the chapter about Doc teaching Joseph and Mary how to play chess... good call Richard! …"
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Kasper replied to Jack M.'s discussion What book do you think is worth re-reading and why?.
"I similarly haven't reread many books at all.  One that I have and I think would hold up to repeated rereadings is Cannery Row by Steinbeck.  Beautiful, and more a selection of beautiful scenes and vignettes than a comprehensive…"
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Ben Copenhaver replied to Kasper's discussion What does one keep in a hip-flask?
"Here in downtown Annapolis."
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"I love that story.  I don't know if anybody reading this is in London but my small collection of Thor Heyerdahl books is currently on display in a great art space in Deptford called Utrophia..."
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"The magnifying glass I bought at a flea market in Hungary about six years ago.  it says 'Filatelia' on it which is Italian (I'm guessing) for stamp-collecting..."
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"Cool, well here's a link to my flickr page with some of my drawings and prints, Native American pipes included... http://www.flickr.com/photos/kasperpincis/sets/72157604290752777/"
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"“there were some cool native American pipes in the British Museum so I'll post them up one day...”   Please do!"
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Kasper replied to Andre Salvatierra's discussion I might be relocating to London permanently this year, and I'm kind of stressing out about it.
"Hey, London's great, don't worry! I may be biased as I'm born and raised here, but I like to think I have a fairly well-rounded view. My mum's Polish, my step-dad's a Kiwi and I coach volleyball and play for a club so…"
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Krieg replied to Kasper's discussion What does one keep in a hip-flask?
"I have a stainless steal flask and according to the instructions (funny, you think using a flask would be the easiest thing in the world) it says you should not keep anything in it for longer than three days."
Feb 27, 2011
Jeff replied to Kasper's discussion What does one keep in a hip-flask?
"I have a glass lined flask that has stainless highlights so there isn't a change in the drink, but the steel flask I have I never put anything in it that I don't plan on throwing down that day.  Does anyone know if a flask is set with…"
Feb 26, 2011
Cameron G. replied to Kasper's discussion What does one keep in a hip-flask?
"I like Jamesons for flasks.  If you're drinking out of a flask, you can't really do justice to an nice scotch or the like, and Jameson's is very easy drinking in case you encounter others you would like to share with who is not…"
Feb 26, 2011
Jeff replied to Kasper's discussion What does one keep in a hip-flask?
"A flask would scream for a single malt I would think."
Feb 26, 2011
Jeff replied to Kasper's discussion What does one keep in a hip-flask?
"I'm a Crown Royal man from way back, but you might like to try Canadian Club's 10 Year Reserve,very good whiskey at a little better price. "
Feb 26, 2011

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Knut Haugland, RIP

Posted on January 1, 2010 at 1:48pm 0 Comments

Just a short blog entry from me, but i wanted to mention the passing of Knut Haugland, last surviving member of the Kon Tiki expedition of 1947. Also one of the heroes of Telemark during WWII. Definitely an inspirational character for the Art of Manliness. Obituary here- http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/dec/30/knut-haugland-obituary

And I'm attaching a picture from the Kon Tiki Expedition… Continue

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At 9:37am on January 17, 2010, Kasper said…
Just celebrating breaking back into the top 50 manliest men. Whoop whoop. Don't know if it was really worth the pain of my break-up to afford me the time to contribute so much to the community, but there you go... Every cloud...? (Only kidding, I'm so lonely and want her back... oi vei...)
At 5:44am on January 11, 2010, Joe Murphy said…
Well, that yellow hat is as good a reason as any. =)
At 6:25pm on January 2, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Just wanted to say welcome to The Great Debate! Pleasure to have you there.
At 7:31am on August 30, 2009, Andre said…
I see you appreciate traditional Maltese food :)
At 2:57pm on May 5, 2009, Kasper said…
Well, there it goes, I finally dropped out of the top ten manliest manly men. I could never really expect to sustain that level of web activity but it was fun while it lasted...


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