"First of all, it is manly to work. It is not manly to not work. There is honor in work. There is dishonor in laziness. The seemingly lowest employee of a McDonald's cleaning toilets stands a mile above the slickest…"
"It changes from month to month, or season to season. I just spent about three months figuring out how to get a razor sharp edge on almost any knife. Before that I learned how to drop a squirrel at 10 yards with a BB pistol. Before…"
"Per your last paragraph. No, misreading does not make one smart. I am saying that you are attempting to make an intelligent argument by doing the very same thing. You are trying to lump everyone into a tidy entity in order to make an over-arching…"
"No, I think it just continues to show that your word choice sucks and that your arguments fall flat when we actually look at them. Just because you have repeated yourself, you haven't actually defended your argument that historians are…"
"For someone who claims to want to help "broken" or "split" men, she does a really crappy job by calling all emotions the feminine and insist that men find the feminine. She shows she actually doesn't understand men at all by…"
"The definition of manliness relies upon the social sciences, which are inherently much harder to work as they deal with societies, cultures, and human individuals. Therefore it's harder to develop an all encompassing theory to fit the…"
"That seems just silly, why the hell aren't historians capable of dealing with current events? Also, understanding current events is completely different than (accurately) predicting their outcomes, but I'm beginning to notice that this is…"