"We know roughly how old the Sun is, and we know roughly how old our planet is, and if we blew our planet up with nukes, it wouldn't result in a black hole, just an incredibly large explosion, the solar system, would still be here, although most…"
"That presumes that there is no development of resources, no increase in capital and no growth of knowledge. All of these assets can be developed into things of greater worth, thus increasing wealth. Although monetarily at any given point wealth is…"
The majority of police in England at least, I can't say for certain about the rest of Britain don't and haven't ever carried hand guns. Fire arms are only used by specialist units in situations which require deadly…"
A discussion about what it means to be manly on the inside. We can participate in all the manly activities we desire and still be a coward. Men are involved in a variety of careers and hobbies that differ greatly, but we can all still be great men.See More
"I think it's already been said several times but I'll reiterate. In Western civilization, all men are equal, under the law, we have no grounds to presume that all men are created individually equal. We are quite obviously not all as…"
Welcome! I'm also an Eagle Scout, involved with my son's troop and a history major from when I was in college. Being an electrician is definitely a stronger career path. Congrats on your marraige and pending…"
"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
"Mine are completely natural. Don't trim or shave. I have moderate hair on my chest, stomach, arms, legs, butt and manhood. My personal rule is no razor below the neck. Being hairy is one of the traits of masculinity and should…"
Hello men,I'm not new to Art of Manliness, but I am new to the community. I thought I'd take the time to introduce myself. I'm almost 30, married for just over a year, and we have our first child on the way. I'm Mormon. I worked for five years sewing men's clothing, which is perfectly fine as a manly career in my opinion, but it was a dead-end job ultimately, so I quit and became an electrician. I'm still in my first year as an apprentice, but I'm very happy doing it. Before that, I was…See More