Luke A Sorensen
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Norse mythology

This is a place were guys can get together and discuss Norse Mythology.
Jul 6
Darrin Faust joined Luke A Sorensen's group
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Norse mythology

This is a place were guys can get together and discuss Norse Mythology.
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Norse mythology

This is a place were guys can get together and discuss Norse Mythology.
Aug 11, 2014
Charles Neill commented on Luke A Sorensen's group Norse mythology
"one of my favorites from the Edda - 'Brothers will battle to bloody end, and sister's sons their sib betray, woe's in the worlk, much wantonness; [axe-age, sword-age- sundered are shields - wind-age, wolf-age, ere the world…"
Aug 1, 2014
Charles Neill commented on Luke A Sorensen's group Norse mythology
"Considering my maternal great grandmother was from Oslo, and my paternal great grandfather was a Lapp, my heritage was with me from before I could walk. I grew up listening to the stories in the old oral tradition (in English though). I would like…"
Jul 29, 2014
Aelfred commented on Luke A Sorensen's group Norse mythology
"Im related to the Vikings through the Norman invaders from England, also related to an ancient tribe called the Angles, who I believe were from southern Denmark"
Jul 29, 2014
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Jul 29, 2014
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Jun 26, 2014
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Jun 24, 2014
Aelfred commented on Luke A Sorensen's group Norse mythology
"I got more interested in learning Norse mythology when I discovered my heritage last year"
May 21, 2014
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May 21, 2014
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Dec 19, 2013
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Dec 17, 2013
Dal commented on Luke A Sorensen's group Norse mythology
"Hey men. Thoughts about differences between Norse myths and Greco/roman myths?"
Aug 9, 2013
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Website
http://norseforgebyluke.com/index.htm
Interests
Blacksmithing, Knifemaking, Bushcraft, Woodworking, Norse and Celtic Mythology, Hunting, Achery, And most other things that involve the great outdoors or working with my hands.
Books
The Redwall series. The Lord Of The Rings series. The Inheritance series, And many other fiction and fantasy series.
Movies
The Green Beret, Patriot, Braveheart, Gladiator, Robin Hood, Pendragon, And Monty Python.
Music
The Clancy brothers, The Beatles, and CCR.
Quote
"Who dares wins" SAS motto

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At 11:35am on February 11, 2011, t-train said…
Welcome to Armchair Generals! Nice profile picture.
At 10:12am on February 11, 2011, Justin Lukasavige said…

Welcome, Luke! And thanks for joining the Art of Work.

 

I'd love to know if you're self-employed or you work for someone.

 

http://community.artofmanliness.com/group/artofwork/forum/topics/do-you-have-job-or-are-you

 
 
 

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Jack Bauer replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
"Why not?  Doesn't seem like too much to ask that people neither kill nor abandon their offspring.  Pretty much the order of things since the beginning of time. "Force" is a strong word (on the "keep it and care for…"
2 minutes ago
Shane replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
"Actually you can."
8 minutes ago
Shane replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
"Can't we just put the orphans to work like we used to?"
13 minutes ago
manInTheMaking replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
"Yes but you can't have it both ways.  You can't force someone to to carry a child to term and then force them to keep it and care for it.  Again you are just illustrating my point is that this is a gray issue.  I'm far…"
20 minutes ago
Jack Bauer replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
"Higher taxes or dismembering gestating babies are not the only two choices.  I'm opposed to both. Mostly, parents should take responsibility, and pay for their own kids.  Where they cannot, I support private charities that can offer…"
22 minutes ago
David F. replied to David F.'s discussion When is it better to be morally correct knowing it causes a worse out come? (The failure of Abstinence only educations) in the group The Great Debate
"I agree very much that the world is not black and white.  It seems odd that we seem to have come to think it is.  While I was not alive in the main of the cold war, it seems to have driven black and white thinking. "
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manInTheMaking replied to David F.'s discussion When is it better to be morally correct knowing it causes a worse out come? (The failure of Abstinence only educations) in the group The Great Debate
"No its a pretty destructive state of being.  Again the world isn't black and white.  Accepting that is the first step in clearing the dissonance."
29 minutes ago
Clinton R. Ausmus replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Revolting, Macabre Details About Planned Parenthood's Gruesome Barbarism--Where Are The Excuses? in the group The Great Debate
"I'm talking about two different statements you've made in this discussion in which you state two different things.  How about you make a stand and stay there.  Don't say rape is a bad thing but the mother should have to…"
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