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
Lyndon James Stinson joined Andrew LaBrador's group
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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
Lyndon James Stinson joined Tookie's group
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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
Lyndon James Stinson joined Brennan Johnson's group
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Dirt Bike Enthusiasts

A group all about dirt bikes. Share tips, pics, videos, stories and advice pertaining to the world of dirt bikes!
Mar 4, 2013
Lyndon James Stinson joined Ben's group
Mar 4, 2013
Lyndon James Stinson joined Dennis Leber's group
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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
Lyndon James Stinson joined Mike Wert's group
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Auto Mechanics

Anyone else out there in the AoM world a mechanic? I think its a pretty manly profession/hobby
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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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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Walter B. Pewen replied to Ian Wilson's discussion So what is the point of all this? in the group Out to Build Bridges
"No John, I've always been curious to see how others think about cultural stuff, that's all.  Actually much of what is said around the site is interesting to me, and even useful (pragmatic stuff like "how to", parenting…"
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Sean O' replied to Chris Hamm's discussion Who Wears a Watch Anymore?
"I find checking my pocket inconvenient at times. You could go for an automatic, manual wind, or a Citizen Eco-Drive if you don't want to rely on batteries."
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Fathers and Sons

There are groups on this site for fatherhood, but this one is specific for that special relationship that exists between fathers and sons.  Feel free to discuss matters relating to your relationship with your boy, your pop, or a guy who filled either role for you.Enjoy and God bless!See More
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How to teach sportsmanship

Let me start off with a hello to the group. I've been a long time lurker and this will be my first post.Onward.I'm a father of two. A daughter of 8 and a son of 5. Five and a half if you were to ask him.Up to this point in our children's lives, their exposure to sports was limited to gymnastic lessons, until a few weeks ago when we became a soccer family.Tonight at soccer practice my son had a pretty big meltdown which I would love to shrug off as a one time event, but being his father, I have…See More
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Manly Camping

A discussion place for all things camping...equipment, advice, cooking, tips, recommendations, etc.
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Jeremy replied to Chris Hamm's discussion Who Wears a Watch Anymore?
"I have a timex easy reader that i wear quite a bit."
2 hours ago
Daniel Rodriguez replied to Chris Hamm's discussion Who Wears a Watch Anymore?
"I would wear a watch. But I would go for a pocketwatch than a wristwatch. Can't rely on batteries, you know."
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Brown Fox replied to John Muir's discussion What do you keep in your trunk?
"In my trunk I have an 18th century tent, a Boy Scout cot, two wool blankets, a sleeping bag, a mallet for tent spikes, rope, a flat of bottled water and a first aid kit. I suppose there's a spare tire and tire iron in there somewhere, too."
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