Martin Clarke
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Martin Clarke replied to Nathan DeParis's discussion Man Mints
"Polo - the mint with the hole!"
Jun 4, 2013
Martin Clarke replied to Culper Junior's discussion This picture on an AoM article
"Nice work Jess. Hope I can call on you for those editing projects I can't handle? "
May 30, 2013
Martin Clarke replied to James Head's discussion Women, my curse!
"Marriage is bliss when you find the right woman. Thirty-four years and I've never strayed once - and I never will. There's not another woman on the planet that could possibly give me what my wife does - and I'm not talking about sex,…"
May 16, 2013
Martin Clarke replied to Culper Junior's discussion This picture on an AoM article
"Save the image by right clicking on it and click "save as" to save it to your PC. Open the image file in photo editing software and rotate it until the image is level. You can then crop the image to remove the skewed border. A good free…"
May 15, 2013
Martin Clarke replied to James Head's discussion Women, my curse!
"I was going to write a lengthy reply but all I can now say is that I echo the words of Nick H.  He summed it up perfectly when he stated you should be "more upfront with your desires and expectations.", otherwise you will no-doubt…"
May 15, 2013
Martin Clarke replied to Garrett Gatlin's discussion Navy Blazer Questions
"Garrett, you don't say whether your blazer is single or double breasted. A double breasted blazer always looks best with brass or silver buttons. Also, is the jacket a "proper blazer" with patch pockets or is it what is often being…"
May 14, 2013
Martin Clarke replied to Matt's discussion Whiskies and Scotches
"Yes Christopher, Caol Ila is definitely one of the finest single malts around, but the Caol Ila distillery is owned by Diageo, a British multi-national alcoholic drinks company. The Laphroaig distillery is owned by Beam inc. -- an American spirits…"
May 13, 2013
Martin Clarke is now a member of Art of Manliness
May 5, 2013

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Books
Anything by Wilbur Smith and Agatha Christie. Thrillers and Murder Mystery genres.
Movies
One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest.

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At 1:22am on May 6, 2013, Larry said…

Welcome to AoM, Martin!

 
 
 

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Pale Horse replied to Pale Horse's discussion Pre-Adamic Age in the group Christian Men
"Mud? No soul? Black people are golems?"
5 minutes ago
Brother Joseph replied to Josh100LuBu's discussion My Fathers Bodybuilding Progress Leading Towards The 2014 Championships.
"Honestly brother, man up and stop being a punk. No one is impressed by your hidden screen name cyber bullying. A little bit of anonymity does not give you the right to be a jerk. Go do something productive with your life rather than tearing down…"
47 minutes ago
Shane replied to Vytautas's discussion What Do We Learn From History?
"I don't. But it's how I learned history. Beginning with the American myth."
50 minutes ago
Shane replied to Regular Joe's discussion Question Re: Boosting / Jump Starting A Car
"Might need to put it on a charger overnight. Lead acid batteries are designed to be continuously charged."
55 minutes ago
Shane replied to Pale Horse's discussion Pre-Adamic Age in the group Christian Men
"So in Genesis 1, the gods create the animals, then man and woman simultaneously. In Gen 2, Yahweh creates Adam then te animals, then Eve. In Gen 4 Cain kills a quarter of the earth's human population, and then receives a mark so…"
1 hour ago
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Shane replied to Pale Horse's discussion Pre-Adamic Age in the group Christian Men
"That's a Mormon thing. Haven't heard it from any other creed."
1 hour ago
Shane replied to Pale Horse's discussion Pre-Adamic Age in the group Christian Men
"Interesting interpretation considering Adam was made of mud. Anyway, no. Te original posits on race in the 17th century posited the African race was a pre-Adamic race. And then later, the Asian race was a byproduct of Caine's taking an African…"
1 hour ago

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