Lyndon James Stinson
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  • Sylvan Lake, Alberta
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The Greatest Gentlemen of the industrial age.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lyndon James Stinson Mar 4, 2013. 2 Replies

My vote is Henry Ford.Not only the inventor of the assembly line but also a great philosopher in regards to manly success.A few of my favorite quotes of his.“Those who believe they can do something…Continue

 

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Lyndon James Stinson replied to Alex Romo's discussion What's your manly hobby?
"Cool."
Mar 11, 2013
Lyndon James Stinson replied to Frost's discussion Smoke
"I love a good pip smoke, in the summer on a weekend with a beer."
Mar 8, 2013
Lyndon James Stinson replied to Alex Romo's discussion What's your manly hobby?
"Several; Building motorcycles Racing Motorcycles Dirt Biking Pipe smoking Tinkering on my truck Long Boarding Snow Boarding Sailboat racing Traveling Writing about my adventures Collecting tattoos .............................. no wonder my cottage…"
Mar 7, 2013
Lyndon James Stinson replied to Ian Brett Cooper's discussion When did cars lose their sense of manliness?
"I do not think this discussion is about a vehicle making you more or less of a man. I think it is about the vehicle being manly. I have owned everything from a Chrysler Dynasty to a 300 ZX to A 3/4 ton Diesel pick up. I was not any more of a man or…"
Mar 5, 2013
Lyndon James Stinson replied to Ian Brett Cooper's discussion When did cars lose their sense of manliness?
"I ride a motorcycle as well. I own a few and ride far more than I drive. I enjoy the sense of freedom and the with the elements experience it affords."
Mar 5, 2013
Lyndon James Stinson replied to Ian Brett Cooper's discussion When did cars lose their sense of manliness?
"I need a manly vehicle to support my manly life :)"
Mar 5, 2013
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Manventures

A group to discuss the exploits of travel to far and near regions of the earth where a gentlemen can experience high adventure or just enjoy ones surroundings.See More
Mar 4, 2013
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Christian Men

Regardless of the specifics, we can all agree on one thing. Jesus Christ was the perfect Man who died and rose again for us such that we could have fellowship with Him
Mar 4, 2013
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Tattoos

Show off your ink, talk about your favorite artists and shops, share tips, etc.
Mar 4, 2013
Lyndon James Stinson joined Michael D. Denny's group
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The Unwed Gentleman after 30

For those of us Gentlemen who, for whatever the reasons may be, broke over the breakwaters of 30 unmarried.
Mar 4, 2013
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Manly Investors

Discuss stocks, bonds, mutual funds and investments of all types.
Mar 4, 2013
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The Art of Warriorness

Just as Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War,” has been applied to many different aspects of modern life; I believe there are many great lessons to be learned from all of the warriors and warrior societies, from SEALS to Samurais, and Spetsnaz to Spartans.
Mar 4, 2013
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Pickup Trucks

In the Old West a man's horse was his first love. This is a group for those who feel that saw love for their pickup truck.See More
Mar 4, 2013

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Interests
Arriving at my grave exceptionally tired with a body not fit to live another moment filled with memories of an exquisite life.
Books
Bible
Movies
Rarely
Music
Anything with soul
Quote
Chop your own wood and it will warm you twice.
An airplane take off against the wind.

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