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Mike S.'s Discussions

Halloween Party Ideas

Started this discussion. Last reply by N. Vest Oct 20, 2013. 3 Replies

My wife and I want to have a small party in our apartment for halloween this year. We will make finger foods, decorate, and play some games.Anyone have good ideas for the foods and activities? It…Continue

My AoM Hiatus

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael D. Denny Dec 15, 2013. 6 Replies

Been away from the site for about a year now. I think it was mostly because there wasn't as much activity as I would have liked, but it seems to be bustling now. Anyways, it has probably been the…Continue

Gray Suits

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ari White Jan 13. 22 Replies

GQ's creative director described the two-button, gray suit as "man's version of the little black dress". Perfect for just about any occasion, be it more swanky or laid back. It is the most versatile…Continue

Underwear bunching up

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tyler Apr 8. 82 Replies

I have had problems for years with my underwear bunching up. Boxers or boxer briefs, length doesn't matter. Unless I wear regular briefs, my underwear bunches up and it is extremely uncomfortable. I…Continue

 

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Mike S. replied to Will's discussion Moral relativism in the group The Great Debate
"That is the point, isn't it? There isn't any one person who can decide what is right for mankind. We must decide that collectively. There will always be quarrels over the matter. That is just part of the "human condition". "
Monday
Mike S. replied to Cthulhu's Revenge's discussion Atheism - A big deal? in the group Gentlemen Atheists
"I think you'll be hard pressed to find many arguments over privately funded religious synod on private land. The problem with public is that you are representing all of your constituents, not just the religious ones. As for school and publicly…"
Sunday
Mike S. replied to Steve Dallas's discussion Things that give discomfort over comfort in the group Gentlemen Atheists
"Blood sacrifice always seemed silly to me. It is as though gods just make random rules/requirements to see if you will play their little games or not. Even when I was very religious, I thought the story of Job was asinine. God was just being a dick.…"
Sunday
Mike S. replied to Will's discussion Moral relativism in the group The Great Debate
"Does "higher than the mind of another man" imply the supernatural? If so, why is that required? Why can men not decide what is immoral or not? There will certainly be disagreements, but that dies not mean that morality is actually divinely…"
Sunday
Mike S. replied to Will's discussion Iraq in the group The Great Debate
"We do suck at nation building. Rather than working on it though, I think we just shouldn't engage in it at all. I don't think the benefit is worth the risk."
Jun 20
Mike S. replied to Will's discussion Iraq in the group The Great Debate
"I agree completely. We should have left after we destroyed their army in the first place and left them to clean up the mess. We can't step foot in somewhere now without "nation building". "
Jun 20
Mike S. replied to Dann Anthony's discussion Having enemies a sign of character?
"Meh, I'm pretty simple. My enemies are whoever is pointing a rifle at me or shooting rockets at me. Other than that, there are plenty of dumb people I'd like to slap."
Jun 20
Mike S. replied to Regular Joe's discussion Can I Put Charcoal Briquettes In A Smoker Box On A Gas Grill? in the group BBQ Pit Masters
"In my opinion, if you are going to get a smoker, don't get a side box one. It is convenient, because you can also use the grill, but the meat doesn't cook quite as evenly. You'd be much better off with something like a weber smokey…"
Jun 17
Mike S. replied to Regular Joe's discussion Can I Put Charcoal Briquettes In A Smoker Box On A Gas Grill? in the group BBQ Pit Masters
"The brand is fine. You just aren't going to get a lot of smoke flavor on the grill because by nature of a grill it is cooking hotter and quicker. Hence, the smoke doesn't have time to work its way into the meat the way it would in a…"
Jun 17
Mike S. replied to Michael B.'s discussion Interesting Ancestors?
"I am supposedly a descendant of Rob Roy MacGregor."
Jun 17
Mike S. replied to Pale Horse's discussion Pickup Lines
"Okay, here is my favorite: "Hey shawty, what you name is. The club closes at three. Let me buy you a draaaaaaank. I got money in the bank, what you think about that?" I find this method shows her you are punctual and can manage your…"
Jun 17
Mike S. replied to Michael D. Denny's discussion Progressive republican Eric Cantor gets his ass handed to him in the group The Great Debate
"+1 "
Jun 14
Mike S. replied to Hank Rutherford Hill's discussion Random poll for you AOM users, which is more important to you?
"If i could earn $75k and enjoy it, I would gladly leave my job that I hate and pays me considerably less."
Jun 7
Mike S. replied to Herb Munson's discussion Phil Robertson's 2 word advice for fixing the GOP in the group The Great Debate
"Phil Robertson can kindly "fuck off"."
Jun 7
Mike S. replied to Stephen Jashub Comstock's discussion Looking for a new cologne.
"If it was cheap, they'd have to call it axe body spray."
Jun 7
Mike S. commented on Stevan Rakic's photo
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"Much better look and a great cause!"
Jun 5

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Baseball, bowling, photography.
Books
I enjoy my fantasy dark and political.
Music
I have many music interests that include just about everything but hip hop (though I sometimes make exceptions).

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At 11:19am on September 9, 2011, Mike F said…
lol its nice to meet you too, IM me sometime :)
 
 
 

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How Bad Do You Go to Achieve Good for Yourself?

Personally, I have come to the conclusion that to be a nice person, with a sense of honor, and to show courtesy, good manners, and self-restraint are desirable, preferable behaviors, and this kind of approach should generally be adopted and practiced in everyday life. In most matters, or at least for others' peoples perceptions of you, the guiding principle should be to do what you feel is right, fair, and just, and to behave in a polite, friendly, and respectful manner.Now, here is the…See More
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Native Son replied to Regular Joe's discussion Responsibility Towards A Brother
"It may quite simply be that your brother, as much as you love him, is at bottom, a user.  And your parents are his enablers. I've know users who will rely on a combination of expressed self-worthlessness, self-inability to "do…"
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Liam Strain replied to Titus Techera's discussion Who's afraid of radical change? in the group The Great Debate
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Chu Kim replied to Henry H.'s discussion Skills Groups
"The main problem with forming this kind of group, is that everyone who is interested and willing is living far apart from each other. Pretty much you have to do something like this online, in a forum type of environment like this one. That…"
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Native Son replied to Titus Techera's discussion Who's afraid of radical change? in the group The Great Debate
"I recall an author who described the "founders" of most European noble houses as guys possessed of a strong right arm and a eye on the main chance."
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"I remember a children's book, "Mr. Dog, the Dog Who Belonged to Himself" defined a conservative as someone who wanted dinner at dinnertime, supper at suppertime, and everything put back in it's place."
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