Kory G Leach
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Host couple at a wedding - responsibilities???

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kory G Leach Jul 7, 2012. 4 Replies

Let me get started by stating that I'm normally not at a loss as to what to do with roles that have been assigned to me.  For once I/we are at a little bit of a loss.  My wife and I were just asked…Continue

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The cover of this book made me smile.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kory G Leach Mar 11, 2011. 1 Reply

I had to share this link to the book.The Alphabet of…Continue

 

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Kory G Leach left a comment for Brian Dinges
"Sorry for the late reply.  I purchased the hat off of Ebay.  It is a Knox from the late 50's if I'd have to guess.  Thank you for the comment."
Nov 26, 2013
Brian Dinges left a comment for Kory G Leach
"Mr. Leach, Nice fedora.  If you don't mind me asking, where did you get it.  I have some Jaxon hats. SFC Brian Dinges (ret.)  "
Jun 10, 2013
Kory G Leach replied to Brett McKay's discussion How Do You Want to Go Out?
"Daniel,  Are you sure you fully understand what necrophilia is?  Sexual attraction to corpes is the definition.   You are right though the donation would be awkward."
Feb 14, 2013
Kory G Leach replied to James Machamer's discussion Lodge Roll Call in the group Freemasonry
"Lewis and Clarck Lodge 132 Bismarck, ND"
Nov 14, 2012
Kory G Leach replied to Brett McKay's discussion How Do You Want to Go Out?
"When my dad passed this past Feb he wanted to be cremated. We talked with the funeral home and they offered a rental casket. The rental was a high end casket as they reuse it but the interior is new each time. This was a nice affordable way to go…"
Nov 2, 2012
Kory G Leach replied to Fred Hoeft's discussion SIlver jacket to a wedding?
"Navy or grey suit if going with a suit.  A blazer or sport coat may also be appropriate.  But the ONLY people who should be going with a tux would be the men in the wedding party, unless specified in the invite (doubtful).   The…"
Sep 18, 2012
Kory G Leach liked Dean Alban's discussion Is Freemasony relevant in today's world?
Jul 12, 2012
Kory G Leach replied to Dean Alban's discussion Is Freemasony relevant in today's world? in the group Freemasonry
"I'd agree that in today's "me" world that freemasonry has a more relevant role than ever.  It helps oneself to be part of something larger than oneself.  This provides brotherhood plus a way to give back to the…"
Jul 12, 2012
Kory G Leach replied to Kory G Leach's discussion Host couple at a wedding - responsibilities???
"Thanks for the replies, especially Native Son!  I was thinking along similar lines as the brides father passed about 10 years ago."
Jul 7, 2012
Native Son replied to Kory G Leach's discussion Host couple at a wedding - responsibilities???
"Go Old School, my friend. Get a copy of Emily Post or Miss Manners on etiquette.  See "Weddings". What this sounds like is that you're being asked ot handle the roles usually fulfilled by the parents of the bride."
Jul 7, 2012
Will replied to Kory G Leach's discussion Host couple at a wedding - responsibilities???
"I looked it up online -- which showed I had nothing to contribute past what OP could find himself!  Interesting -- I'd never heard of it."
Jul 7, 2012
Nathanael replied to Kory G Leach's discussion Host couple at a wedding - responsibilities???
"I have no idea what this means.  If I had to guess, it would mean that they want to use your house as a staging area, but that's just a shot in the dark.  Still, if she's godmother to your eldest son, you presumably know her well…"
Jul 7, 2012
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Host couple at a wedding - responsibilities???

Let me get started by stating that I'm normally not at a loss as to what to do with roles that have been assigned to me.  For once I/we are at a little bit of a loss.  My wife and I were just asked if we would be the host couple at our oldest son's Godmother's wedding.  To be completely blunt I'm not too sure what those duties entail.  I thought to myself "self" you've gotten a lot of great answers to many of life's events from the AoM site, why not one more. Now of course we'll go over the…See More
Jul 6, 2012
Son of the Stache and Kory G Leach are now friends
Jul 5, 2012
Kory G Leach replied to Carl Malo Schneider's discussion Buy Boots Too Big Or Too Small?
"Have you tried them on with the style of socks you are looking to wear them with?  Go with whatever feels best.  I'd guess a hair large and wear a thicker sock as too tight can become painful."
Jul 2, 2012
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My wife and two boys, motorcycling, Scuba diving, upland game hunting
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The Untouchables, Superhero movies, many of the "classics".
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Primarily hard rock/ alternative, but appreciate nearly all types.
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Visualize the person you want to be, then actively strive to become that person- Unkown

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At 8:46am on June 10, 2013, Brian Dinges said…

Mr. Leach,

Nice fedora.  If you don't mind me asking, where did you get it.  I have some Jaxon hats.

SFC Brian Dinges (ret.)

 

At 6:08pm on February 2, 2011, Herb Munson said…
Alright! Welcome to The Great Debate! Great to have you with us.
At 11:57am on February 2, 2011, t-train said…
Welcome to Armchair Generals!  I see you were in the paratroopers; its always nice to have actual military men on a group like this!
 
 
 

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Moral relativism

I like to post my answers in a thread, to our topical discussions; so I'll put my thoughts here, and invite others to do the same.  The topic, I believe, is moral relativism.The part I want to comment on right now is Dallas's comment, "Why does a moral law giver have to be God?"  It's worth answering, at least partlyPeople can give moral laws without being God.  The question is, are they the right moral laws.  I say it's wrong to kill people for being Jewish, Herr Hitler said it was right --…See More
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