Marc Stirton
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  • Oak Harbor, WA
  • United States
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Marc Stirton is now a member of Art of Manliness
Jan 6, 2013

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Interests
Flying. Reading. Family
Books
Douglas Wilson. Martin Luther. John Calvin. Michael Lewis. Max Boot. Fareed Zakaria. R.C. Sproul. Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
Music
Country.

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Carl Monster replied to certified male's discussion Suffering Fools and Idiots
"Fs and Is?? Code??"
4 minutes ago
certified male replied to Apollyon's discussion Most foolproof way to stop being lazy?
"It may sound nutty, but eat better food.  It's amazing how clear headed you feel after a week or so. "
35 minutes ago
certified male replied to certified male's discussion Suffering Fools and Idiots
"True. I might be responding to the mirror of myself.  Even so, it feels better."
37 minutes ago
certified male replied to certified male's discussion Suffering Fools and Idiots
"Higher Quality that's the ticket!  I have been eating much higher quality food and it helps and it carries over into relationships.  Both take time and energy to develop."
40 minutes ago
Rick Shelton replied to Apollyon's discussion Most foolproof way to stop being lazy?
"Seems like Mr. Rollins has a talent for words."
1 hour ago
Rick Shelton replied to Apollyon's discussion Most foolproof way to stop being lazy?
""school kills most of any sort of creativity" I don't know what to say about this other than this, and I will be blunt and I am not going out of my way to hurt your feelings or cause dissent or discord here. This seems to be your…"
1 hour ago
R. Max replied to Apollyon's discussion Most foolproof way to stop being lazy?
"I don't have talent, so I just get up earlier. ~ Henry Rollins"
1 hour ago
Native Son replied to William's discussion Survey about how you manage your wardrobe
"Ummm.  Conservatively cut charcoal or Navy suit, white shirt, "Ivy League or Rep tie, shined black or cordovan shoes and matching belt, limited jewelry, no sports watch during business hours, dark socks, personally well-groomed.…"
1 hour ago

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