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SHOUT OUT ...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael J. Austin Nov 24, 2010. 7 Replies

Besides ACE Hardware ...

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Candy Store for tools hounds ....

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Michigan

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"Sounds interesting....but I'm in GR.  A bit of a drive just to get beat up ;)"
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"May be necroing a dead thread here, but looking for anyone interested in starting a fight club in central MI after reading: http://www.artofmanliness.com/2014/06/23/how-to-start-a-fight-club/?hvid=5KlldN I live in Midland and would be glad to host,…"
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Regular Joe replied to Michael J. Austin's discussion Let's see your best Demotivational or Motivational Posters of All-Time
"THAT'S GOLD"
Mar 26
N. Vest replied to Michael J. Austin's discussion Let's see your best Demotivational or Motivational Posters of All-Time
"Across the wrist for attention, down it for results?"
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Nate Thallas replied to Michael J. Austin's discussion Let's see your best Demotivational or Motivational Posters of All-Time
"Do it right!"
Mar 23
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Augustin replied to Michael J. Austin's discussion Let's see your best Demotivational or Motivational Posters of All-Time
"Kids like doing the opposite of what they are told so you should scribble "Don't" before the word Read, heh. "
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Pale Horse replied to Michael J. Austin's discussion Let's see your best Demotivational or Motivational Posters of All-Time
"A necropost, but an epic one. "
Mar 22

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Interests
All things outdoors ... Fishing, camping, riding ATV's mountain biking. Watching sports both live and on da tube. Love playing fantasy sports, my screen name on ESPN and YAHOO is ... mjayeh.
Books
Walt Whitman - Leaves of Grass
Edward Keyes - The Michigan Murders
H. G. Bissinger - Friday Night Lights: a Town, a Team, and a Dream
John F. Kennedy - Profiles In Courage
Jimmy Buffett - Where Is Joe Merchant? A Novel Tale and Tales from Margaritaville
Movies
Huge Humphrey Bogart fan with Casablanca being my favorite followed by Key Largo, The Maltese Falcon and The Big Sleep. Big fan of James Dean and "The Rat Pack" with Ocean's Eleven being my favorite.
Any thing from the 80's, action, comedy movies and any baseball movie. One movie I find myself watching 4 to 5 times a year usually fall and winter is Escanaba in da Moonlight.
Music
This would be way to hard for me to list since I have and enjoy so much different genres of music. One of my main interest the last 8 years has been Hard Bop Jazz, some of my favorites in my collection are ... John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley, Art Blakey, Hank Mobley, Miles Davis, Sonny Rollins, Charles Mingus, Thelonious Monk, Charlie Parker
Quote
By the time one makes the most of one's life, the MOST part is over. Enjoy everyday !!!!!!!!
"The only easy day was yesterday"

-Navy Seals motto

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Some of poems ....

Posted on December 9, 2010 at 12:49am 0 Comments

Dreamers









Dreamers Dreaming Dreams



For nothing is as it seems



Running just to hide



From all these feelings inside.





Some say, "love is an easy game"



Gone bad, it will leave you shameless,



without a name



So don't push love too fast



Take time to make it last.





Treat each day as if new



It could be the best you ever knew



Don't love so hard to push it away



It… Continue

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At 9:53am on March 12, 2011, Robert Grote said…
Thank you, i am pleased to be a part of this wonderfull group! I look forward to years of great info an usefull conversation.
At 8:43pm on December 12, 2010, James William Holland said…

Hows 10.10 treating you?

At 10:16am on November 21, 2010, Evan Scott said…
Thanks! Some of the cars we built at the shop i work for, and the Long Beach Grand Prix we raced
At 11:11pm on November 19, 2010, Evan Scott said…
It may have taken me a half year, but thank you for the happy birthday sir
At 9:15pm on October 18, 2010, Michael Luevane said…
Ya know, I really need to check AOM more often. 
A very belated "Thanks" for the birthday wishes!
At 7:32pm on October 18, 2010, Jace Wolff said…
Thanks for the b'day wish!

Cheers,
Jace
At 8:09pm on September 25, 2010, Kenneth James Lorenzen said…
Thanks for the birthday wishes.
I haven't logged onto the site in a while. Well, since I signed up to the Email service.
Anyways, thanks again.
At 2:52pm on September 21, 2010, John Clanton said…
I weighed more than 170 before I started swimming. :)
At 11:56am on September 21, 2010, John Clanton said…
They don't have smalls. I will settle for Medium. It will still be a dress on me. Haha.

Funny story: I was doing a day fast every day last week. I didn't eat until night time. Anyways, I weighed myself on Saturday morning. I weighed 161 lbs... I'm 6'3".
At 11:48am on September 21, 2010, John Clanton said…
Wow. That's pretty neat that you got two. Haha.

I think I'm going to get the blue-ish one you got.
 
 
 

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I thought it would be polite to introduce myself before diving headlong into the heart of the community.My name is Simon O'Brien, I hail from Hampshire in the UK.I am the very proud father of three beautiful daughters and have a Grandson and a Granddaughter.I ride an old V-twin motorcycle in all weathers and almost every day of the year.I have studied Wado-Ryu Karate for nearly 25 yearsI play guitar (as the song says 'Strictly rhythm, I don't want to make it cry or sing')Other than that I work…See More
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