"To echo something Rebekah said, get a suit or something that will aid with job interviews. Won't last indefinitely but it's a good investment and if you take care of a suit, even of middling quality, it will last."
"A leatherman is always a good investment, and i would go with the Kick model. All the functionality you could ever want.
Although it wont get you all the way, $100 will go a fair ways on a well-fitted suit jacket. Custom tailoring is recommended,…"
"If you look around you should be able to get a Mosin-Nagant (Russian military bolt action rifle) for about 100. They're beautiful, rugged, and dirt cheap. The ammo is a bit more but that's a problem for another day. As a bonus you could…"
"Hmm just to throw out something I haven't seen suggested yet.
What about knock some of the price off a painting or something? There's some pretty manly paintings you could get either something original or a reprint of a famous piece and…"
"My problem in these situations is that the stuff I really want is almost always more expensive than the size of the gift. I mean, $100 is nice, but it can also be limiting.
So I let gifts accrue, until I can afford *with gift money* the…"
"Even if it took me a long time to admit it, I am glad I did finally start coming out of the closet to people. At last I found out before I entered a relationship with a woman and ended up divorced as a result"
Anyone here ever read Biggles, by Cpt. WE Johns? I read the books more than any other books when I was a kid. Biggles taught me more about being a man than anyone else, real or fictional. Had about half of the 95 or so books that were written. Favorites were the WW1 ones, but they were all good.
"I wouldn't call it the gay lifestyle, since it's not like I had a bad experience with a woman and decided to be gay, I just knew but denied it because of when I grew up and I'm glad to be out of the closet. I'd say I was born…"
As a man I want to do the best to protect my family in the event of a disaster. This group is for the men who wants to be prepared for all hazards to insure his family can make it through the storm. This forum is to discuss anything, from the four phases of Emergency Management-Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery, and to discuss the future of Emergency Management. If anyone works in Emergency Management, or is a first responder, or if you just want to discuss how to be better…See More