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Being able to cook is MANLY... so do you cook, and if so, What do you cook?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rebekah Jul 2, 2010. 100 Replies

Being able to cook is a manly skill and all men should know how to cook not only for themselves but their wives, girlfriends, friends etc. I've always been the cook in my relationships... So…Continue

Whats in your locked drawer?

Started this discussion. Last reply by OHK Mar 29, 2010. 45 Replies

OK so we've had the "whats in your pockets" series of questions, a few times, now its "whats in your locked drawer?" question time...

Should Dueling be allowed again?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stephen Mar 5, 2010. 36 Replies

Perhaps it would stop random street and gang violence, or perhaps not, YOUR thoughts?

Hello Gentlemen and Ladies. It's time for my introduction...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sean Mar 7, 2010. 12 Replies

Hello Gentlemen and Ladies. It's time for my introduction...I've been on here for quite a few months now and have written in many of the discussions. My background is that I am 44 single, and no…Continue

 

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Chacho Pantoja replied to Leonard's discussion Scotch Whiskey - for a first timer
"My usual scotch is Macallan, its an excellent drink paired with a Dominican Cohiba after a long day."
Apr 17, 2013
Tracy Helpenstill replied to Leonard's discussion Scotch Whiskey - for a first timer
"I agree with the Ardbeg. I really like Highland Park but Ardbeg is my top choice."
Apr 3, 2013
Dann Anthony replied to Leonard's discussion Scotch Whiskey - for a first timer
"Then either you were drinking bad stuff, or simply don't dig Scotch (and no law obliges you to do so). I feel the same way about rum, and was advised by an afficionado that I needed to drink better rum. Best I can say is, I disliked it less…"
Apr 3, 2013
Dann Anthony replied to Leonard's discussion Scotch Whiskey - for a first timer
"All great tastes, Ardberg is my favorite.  "
Apr 3, 2013
Tracy Helpenstill replied to Leonard's discussion Scotch Whiskey - for a first timer
"Those are the ones I built up to."
Apr 3, 2013
Liam S. replied to Leonard's discussion Scotch Whiskey - for a first timer
"Best to avoid the Islay Scotches when starting out."
Apr 3, 2013
Sean replied to Leonard's discussion Scotch Whiskey - for a first timer
"I suppose this would be a bad place to say that all the Scotches I've tried taste like peat flavoured Listerine?"
Apr 3, 2013
Tracy Helpenstill replied to Leonard's discussion Scotch Whiskey - for a first timer
"Scotch - - my favorite of all libations.  Started with Glenfiddich, which I still love.  My wife has been sweet enough to get me a couple of bottles of limited editions for Christmas.  Then on to Johnnie Walker, any of them-…"
Apr 3, 2013
Brian W. Barrett replied to Leonard's discussion Scotch Whiskey - for a first timer
"I  prefer bourbon neat myself (Booker's is great but I'll drink regular Beam). With a cigar, well it depends on the cigar. Cigars are like whiskey, beer, and wine in that more experience results in preferring a more robust and complex…"
Mar 19, 2013
Michael D. Denny replied to Leonard's discussion Scotch Whiskey - for a first timer
"Scotch Pronounciation Guide"
Mar 19, 2013
Tim Campbell replied to Leonard's discussion Scotch Whiskey - for a first timer
"You made a good choice by going with the Glenlivet to start. As for a cigar, I might suggest a Dirt Torpedo. The filler is blended with pipe tobacco, which gives it a very vice aroma and taste."
Mar 19, 2013
William Smith replied to Leonard's discussion Romance on Valentines day?
"Dealing with a broken heart courtesy an unrequited love and I'm not in a romantic mood."
Feb 3, 2011
Steve McQueen replied to Leonard's discussion Romance on Valentines day?
"Boys, boys, boys.   I think we fret too much about what we see as an established "expectancy" and less so on the woman.    Is it a not a given that romance should occur regardless of the "selected occasion?" …"
Feb 2, 2011
David F. replied to Leonard's discussion Romance on Valentines day?
"There is nothing wrong with making your wife feel special.  My wife knew about this quirk of mine before we started dating so it was no change for her.     There is a downside in the sudden cost spike in flowers and the marketing…"
Feb 2, 2011
Dave Santuomo replied to Leonard's discussion Romance on Valentines day?
"Cost was less than $150"
Feb 2, 2011
Dave Santuomo replied to Leonard's discussion Romance on Valentines day?
"This was a home run for me. Dated a lady with two kids. Made arrangements for her mother to keep. Got a room at nice hotel, not fancy just nice. Strawberrys champagine and cheese and sausages and just us. She is with someone else now. We're…"
Feb 2, 2011

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At 10:30pm on November 28, 2009, Michael J. Austin said…
Hello and welcome to the site Leonard !!!!
At 7:01pm on November 28, 2009, Herb Munson said…
Hi there Leonard. Welcome to AoM. Also, I would like to invite you to take a look at one of the most active groups here. It's my new group called The Great Debate. It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. In any case, good to have you here and welcome aboard.
 
 
 

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Request advice for Gastroesophageal reflux disease

Hello,I have Gastroesophageal reflux disease, could you give me advices for the diet and the workout that can I make daily?Thanks you!.Ps.: I started the Hero training workout, but I have problemSee More
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Liam S. replied to Andrew D, USA Ret's discussion Militias, politics, anti-2nd amendment hysteria and the Bundy issue in the group The Great Debate
"And I should add - it is my belief that 99 times out of 100 - those extremist positions are not actually positions held by real people. They are usually a caricature held up by someone on the other side - either an assertion of what they believe the…"
2 hours ago
Liam S. replied to Andrew D, USA Ret's discussion Militias, politics, anti-2nd amendment hysteria and the Bundy issue in the group The Great Debate
"Neither. Extremist positions (on either side) are not productive."
3 hours ago
Nick H replied to Augustin's discussion The Mask You Live In - Don't tell boy to man up! (Says video)
"As a hyperactive kid, I would've been screwed in today's school. No way I would've made it to lunch without a break. Also, I'm sure in today's world I would've been drugged. My primary school teacher told my mother that…"
3 hours ago
Andrew D, USA Ret added a discussion to the group The Great Debate
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Militias, politics, anti-2nd amendment hysteria and the Bundy issue

Much of the hysteria, hatred and vituperation slung against Bundy and his supporters, in my opinion have little to do with the legal matters and much to do with the frightening image to some of armed citizens confronting legal enforcers of the law, regardless of the cause. The anti-2nd amendment crowd is in full cry over this, like hounds baying at a treed rapist of color in the old south. Bundy's supporters have been labeled by some anti-gun hysterics as mouth-breathing morons in 2nd-hand…See More
3 hours ago
Will replied to Andrew D, USA Ret's discussion Atheism ascendant throughout the world? Evidence shows the opposite in the group The Great Debate
"I'd take info on any country.  Iran?  Afghanistan?  Iraq?  Turkey?  Yemen?"
4 hours ago
Will commented on Herb Munson's group The Great Debate
"So (John) which is worse:  to have company X cancel your plan, or to have the government outlaw your plan, so that no company can offer it? Whatever your answer, it should be clear that thinking governments should not cancel severely ill…"
4 hours ago
Will replied to Augustin's discussion The Mask You Live In - Don't tell boy to man up! (Says video)
"Worked with, in what context?  Teacher?"
4 hours ago

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